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The Motorola Nexus 6 was released in November last year. On Black Friday, the Nexus 6 was available with attractive discounts and in April Amazon sold the Nexus 6 at reduced prices. Now T-Mobile is selling the Nexus 6 with a $100 discount.

The T-Mobile Nexus 6 is now available with a reduced price of $549 instead of the usual $649 for the 32 GB model. The 64 GB variant is available for $599 with T-Mobile. Normally, this variant is available for $699 with the carrier.

With Google, the handset is still available with its usual price tag. The deal with T-Mobile does not require buyers to sign up a contract. After purchasing it through T-Mobile, users can operate the device on any carrier.

The Google Nexus 6 comes with a big 5.96-inch screen that supports Quad HD resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels. The phablet device is powered by Snapdragon 805 chipset and 3 GB of RAM.

It comes in two storage variants, 32 GB and 64 GB. It does not feature an external storage slot. There is a 13 MP camera present on the back side of the device. It is enabled with Optical Image Stabilization feature. The front-facing camera is of 2 MP. It is packed with a massive battery of 3,220 mAh capacity. Lastly, it is the very first smartphone to come with the Android 5.0 Lollipop OS installed.

According to an International Business Times report published on Monday, Google had committed two mistakes by releasing the Nexus 6 phablet. The first one is that it is a huge device that may not interest all smartphone buyers. The second issue with the device is that it is the most expensive Nexus smartphone.

It is expected to be replaced by the unannounced LG Nexus 2015 smartphone, reports another Android Pit report. Rumors have it that the manufacturers will launch the forthcoming Nexus smartphone with the form factor of Nexus 5 or Nexus 4. The speculated features of the device include Snapdragon 815 or 820 chipset, 5.2-inch screen, enhanced camera and the unannounced Android M OS.

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