It’s been five months since Google exposed the Nexus 6 as a part of its Android 5.0 Lollipop dispatch back in mid-October. Assembled by Motorola, the giant handset appeared close by the HTC-made Nexus 9 tablet, and the Nexus Player excitement center from ASUS.
The Nexus 6 has been in incredible interest following its dispatch, yet those on Verizon have confronted a long wait for the handset finally advance to the carrier.
However that is about to change, as Big Red has declared that the gadget will be accessible for buy on its site beginning tomorrow (March 12), and in its stores from March 19.
The Nexus will be estimated at $249.99 upfront on a two-year plan, or $27.08 on Verizon Edge – which allows you to pay for the handset in 24 monthly installments – and clients who purchase it before March 31 will likewise get a six-month membership to Google Play Music All Access, offering unlimited music streaming from more than 30 million songs.
Also the good news doesn’t end there. Verizon has likewise affirmed that its Nexus 6 will go on sale with the most recent OS version, Android 5.1, on board. Android 5.1 initially showed up on Google’s Android One handsets in Indonesia a month ago, and will soon be taking off to different Nexus gadgets.