Nexus 6, the Motorola-built phablet from 2014, can now be found at a substantially discounted price. Notably, this device has cutting-edge configurations and a huge display.

Discounted Nexus 6 Price

Speaking of price, interested readers can purchase the 32 GB Motorola Nexus 6 from the Google Play store for just $499. The 64 GB variant of the Nexus 6 can be had for $549. This means Google has cut the price of the 2014 flagship by $150. The search giant has not mentioned if this is a limited period offer, so buyers are encouraged to take this opportunity and purchase the device from Google Play Store, Best Buy or Amazon, notes Phone Arena.

Nexus 6 Specifications

Here is a quick recap of the key Nexus 6 specifications and features. The device comes with a large 5.96-inch display, aided by an impressive Quad HD screen resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels. The handset is powered by a quad-core (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) SoC, running at 2.7 GHz and backed by a good 3 GB of RAM.

For cameras, the Nexus 6 features a solid 13 MP rear-facing sensor, along with dual-LED flash and a 2 MP selfie shooter. Although the device is not IP 67 or IP 68 certified, it seems to be water-resistant. The entire configuration is powered by a killer 3,220 mAh battery unit, which offers up to 24 hours of talk time, in addition to 330 hours of standby time.

The Motorola Nexus 6 can be purchased in Midnight Blue or Cloud White. It supports wireless charging, LTE and NFC.

Next-Generation Nexus 2015 Smartphones

The price cut for the Nexus 6 heralds the arrival of a new iteration of Motorola's flagship smartphone. Google is expected to launch two new Nexus smartphones toward the end of this year. Reportedly, one of the next-generation Nexus 2015 devices will feature a huge 5.7-inch display and it is believed to be manufactured by Huawei. The second model will flaunt a relatively smaller 5.2-inch display, and will be built by LG. In any case, both the Nexus 2015 devices should run on the latest Android M OS.