One of the “problems” with the Nexus 6, other than the gigantic screen, is that it was surprisingly expense compared to past Nexus models. However, Android fans reluctant to pay full sticker price for the high-end handset should know that Google and its partners are currently running a special deal on both Nexus 6 models.
Both the 32GB and the 64GB models are discounted by $150, meaning they cost $499 and $549, respectively. These are full, off-contract prices, so buyers looking to get a new Nexus 6 for a significantly reduced priced should check the Google Play Store, Best Buy or Amazon right now to get their order in.
It’s not clear how long the deal will last, or why Google cut the price of its flagship phone at this time, so you should act fast in case you’re looking to buy the Nexus 6.
Google is also offering new Nexus 9 buyers a $50 in Google Play Store credit.
Finally, the company is throwing in free kits to Project Fi subscribers who are also buying the Nexus 6, which include cases, earbuds and external batteries, Android Police reports, as seen in the following image.