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Nexus 6P 64GB (Silver) $798, 6P 32GB (Silver) $739 Delivered @ Mobileciti


For those that missed some of the recent deals on the Nexus 6P I found this.

-Australian stock/local warranty
-Able to be price matched

Unfortunately I needed a phone yesterday as mine broke - I called Harvey Norman and they price matched this deal so I could pick it up straight away.

Nexus 6P 64GB Silver $798 - https://www.mobileciti.com.au/huawei-nexus-6p-64gb-silver
Nexus 6P 32GB Silver $739 - https://www.mobileciti.com.au/huawei-nexus-6p-h1512-32gb-sil…

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  • +5

    Unfortunate your phone broke and you were in a Jam but this phone should be about $200 cheaper than it is. New models are out soon and who knows how long the 6p will continue to get updates.

    • The updates will continue for many years. I have a couple of old 2012 nexus 7 tablets and they still receive the updates early and regularly.

    • +1

      Agreed. I bought a 64GB one from Costco for $800 back in January, so this doesn't seem like a great deal…

    • Obviously I would have liked to wait until October (or whenever they arrive) for new Nexus phones.
      But if you need to buy something decisions still need to be made.
      Updates are not an issue with the 6P as far as I know.

      • If the rumours are true, the new nexus phones look ugly and are not much of a hardware upgrade from the 6P either.

        • From the renders I've seen it looks really nice. Then again, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

    • I agree that it's not a fantastic price, considering that it's going to be superseded in a couple months time. I've definitely seen better deals. Having said that, it's still one of the better choices out there - great camera, great screen, excellent performance and already running Android N via the beta program. SD820 devices give better benchmarks but I'm yet to see the 6P spanked in real-world performance.

      "Who knows how long the 6p will continue to get updates"

      We actually know that it will continue to get updates for a quite a while yet.

      Google has guaranteed that they will keep supporting Nexus devices for "at least two years from when the device became available on the Google Store." And if history is any guide, it will keep getting updates for a while longer than that.

      Google will also keep getting security patches for "the longer of 3 years from availability or 18 months from when the Google Store last sold the device."

  • https://support.google.com/nexus/answer/4457705?hl=en

    Nexus 6P => guaranteed updates till September 2017

  • I dropped my Nexus 6 in the kitchen sink a couple of days ago for about half a second and despite it claiming to be water resistant it's well and truly dead :(
    I'm looking to buy a 6P but holding off until they are around the $550 mark or less, my old Nexus 5 is getting me by for now. The new Nexus models are rumoured to be released in late September which should bring the price of the 6P down.

    • -1

      Straight into a bag of rice to dry for 48 hours. Might bring it back to life.

      • the rice thing is a myth, stop spouting nonsense

        dry it off and take it to a repair store that fixes water damage ASAP

        if you do it in time, it will minimise the corrosion of internal components and contacts and simplify what would need to be replaced and minimise the spread.

        The rice thing is just a placebo. for those who believe it "worked", it means the internals were wet in a way that when they dried it wouldve worked either way, rice or not. Usually it shorted out something that still allowed the phone to work, but its literally like giving it a temporary revive. its not a permanent fix

        • Its a Nexus 6…he probably dropped it into the sink on purpose.

  • +1

    It is a great phone I agree. However, overpriced of Austrlia

  • +1

    I have been keeping an eye on Nexus 6P prices but at this price this is not a deal.

  • 744 outright at optus if you want to buy from a brick and mortar shop.

    • That's the 32GB model only from what I understand.

      • That's right.

  • I got this for $530 few months ago this is certainly not a good deal

  • I'm using 6P now (32gb version), and it is a great phone, but not sure with current generation phones with SD820 if it's still worth the money.

  • Asus Zenfone2 64gb qd_au eBay check whirlpool. $339 approx.
    Irrelevant or relevant, you decide you neg happy mofos :)

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