Nexus 6 feature

Early on Black Friday, Motorola surprised everyone with an incredible sale where you get the 32GB Nexus 6 for only $250. Well that deal is back on and you can head over to Amazon and grab the 32GB Nexus 6 in either Cloud White or Midnight Blue.

The Nexus 6 has seen quite a fluctuation in pricing even before the release of this years Nexus devices, the Huawei Nexus 6P and the LG Nexus 5X. However, at $250 for a brand new device, this is by far the best deal we’ve seen for the Nexus 6.

You’ll want to act fast because at the time of this writing the 64GB variants have already sold out, but both the Cloud White and Midnight Blue are still available in 32GB. If you want a device to test drive Marshmallow and all the new features coming out for Android, but you don’t want to break the bank, then this is a deal you simply cannot pass up on.

With its 6″ display, huge 3220mAh battery, and timely updates, the Nexus 6 is still the perfect device for that Android lover that you know. We can also count on the Nexus 6 having continued support from the rooting community, even after the updates from Google stop rolling in.

It’s also worth noting that this deal is for the Unlocked variant of the Nexus 6, meaning that it will work on any GSM carrier, and will even work with those on Verizon. Additionally, this deal comes with a one year warranty directly from Motorola, so you’ll have some help if you have any issues with your device.

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Drop us a line and let us know whether you were able to jump on this great deal, or if you were able to grab one during the last round of price cuts.

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