The elusive Google Nexus 6 appears in a dozen new countries, but you still won't be able to get it

Devoted fans of Google's Nexus line of stock Android smartphones from 12 new countries will have the chance to acquire the latest and greatest representative of the device family – the elusive Google Nexus 6 beast of a handset - sometime in the indefinite future. Since earlier today, the compelling Motorola-made flagship has appeared on the virtual shelves of local Google Play stores in a dozen of countries across the globe, but just like their US-based peers, the Android fans from these countries are not enabled to actually buy the device. The latter is simply listed as “coming soon” along with its respective retail prices, but there is no word on how soon that'll be.

The countries and the expected retail prices in each one in are as follows:

  • Australia – $869 w/tax (32GB) $929 w/ tax (64GB);
  • Belgium - 649€ )32GB); 699€ (64GB);
  • Canada – $749 (32GB); $799 (64GB);
  • France – €649 (32GB); €699 (64GB);
  • Germany – €649 (32GB); €699 (64GB);
  • India – Rs.44,000 (32GB); Rs.49,000 INR (64GB);
  • Italy – €649 (32GB); €699 (64GB);
  • Japan – ¥75,150 (32GB); ¥85,540 (64GB);
  • Netherlands;
  • Spain – €649 (32GB); €699 (64GB);
  • Sweden – 6295 SEK (32GB); 6795 SEK (64GB);
  • United Kingdom – £499 (32GB); £549 (64GB)
Just yesterday, the Nexus 6 made a pretty brief appearance on Motorola's own site, but went out of stock as fast as lightning. The 6" handset is said to be landing on the major US carriers, with T-Mobile in the vanguard on November 12. Nevertheless, if you are inclined to get it carrier-free, we've also heard that the US-based Google Play Store will be receiving a new shipment of the Nexus 6 each week, on Wednesday. Better be quick, or you might miss your chance.

source: Android Police via GSMArena

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Nexus 6
  • Display 6.0" 1440 x 2560 pixels
  • Camera 13 MP / 2 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 805, Quad-core, 2700 MHz
  • Storage 64 GB
  • Battery 3220 mAh(24h talk time)



1. Pattyface

Posts: 1658; Member since: Aug 20, 2014

If Google can't get production right in one country why are they opening it in other countries? Third launch in a row where they effed up production to me says they need better production managers. All I can say is that if on the 12th carriers don't show preorders at least I'm taking my money elsewhere

2. techspace

Posts: 1037; Member since: Sep 03, 2012

Because they can't concentrate on a single country even if there is a shortage... you can't expect them to make every US customer happy before entering into the other markets. After all Google and Motorola are multinational corporations.

3. techspace

Posts: 1037; Member since: Sep 03, 2012

*Google and Lenovo*

5. Pattyface

Posts: 1658; Member since: Aug 20, 2014

Um they haven't made 2%happy with their sh! T production. If you can't service one area it makes no sense to service more.. All they are going to do is pissing even more fans off I'm failing to see your logic hear?

7. VZWuser76

Posts: 4974; Member since: Mar 04, 2010

I've said this before but apparently it didn't sink in. The public reaction to the N6 leading up to it made it seem like it was going to be a low seller. Everyone said it was too big. Then it releases and everyone wants one. How the hell could Motorola have planned for that? They're not going to make 5 million and hope they sell, especially when the majority says they'll pass on it. And where are you getting this 2% number?

9. Pattyface

Posts: 1658; Member since: Aug 20, 2014

The same place you are getting your information from. We have no idea how many they ordered and you don't work at moto so how do you know they had low expectations? We are both assuming.. This kind of poor planning happened with the nexus 4 and 5 so why would I put the blame on moto when it's clearly a Google issue

11. afraaa

Posts: 138; Member since: Oct 23, 2014

yeah @VZWuser76 exactely every one would say that now order it :)) ..

13. techspace

Posts: 1037; Member since: Sep 03, 2012

Google's VP said that they were expecting it to sell more because of the higher price tag(when compared to the nexus 5) so that can't be the reason. Maybe they just don't work hard on manufacturing them because they aren't really made just for money and also because the companies that partner with Google are more interested in their own flagships( so they don't work really hard to meet the demand on time).

10. techspace

Posts: 1037; Member since: Sep 03, 2012

The customers in the other countries will be really disappointed if one country gets the devices and the others don't.... entering into multiple markets and selling all they have at that point of time is better than filling one country with all they have while leaving the others empty.

4. rbuljo

Posts: 27; Member since: Oct 08, 2014

i live in norway, but the prices in sweden are comparable.. 6795SEK roughly 912USD!! holy s**t,. the nexus series took a serious dive for the worse with this.. no longer pocketable or affordable.. i loved the nexus series until this.. i will never sink 900usd into whats supposed to be a developer phone, its priced as a note 4 edge ffs!!..

6. Techfriend

Posts: 34; Member since: Apr 16, 2014

Does Anyone know the launch date of nexus 6 in saudi arabia (including phonearena team) ??

8. gaara6775

Posts: 738; Member since: May 20, 2014

I'm guessing which country people are gonna pay the most for n6 .

12. Singrei

Posts: 12; Member since: Jun 07, 2012

Guys i'm currently using a mid range phone and i'm soon going to buy a high end phone.. Just that i'm confused between nexus 6 and iphone 6 .. Any suggestions ?..

14. gaara6775

Posts: 738; Member since: May 20, 2014

Nexus 6 but then you would have to wait as its unavailable everywhere.

15. redbaronk12

Posts: 99; Member since: Dec 14, 2013

Got my US order in around 1:20pm EST last Wednesday. Leaned on the F5 key for a couple of hours and payed through Google Wallet with no problems.

16. r3z4f

Posts: 1; Member since: Nov 07, 2014

when r the phone arena crew gonna review it???

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