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Google’s Motorola Nexus 6 is one of the most expensive Nexus phones that have arrived on the market for a few years. Priced at $869 for the 32GB version and $929 for the 64GB on the Google Store, they aren’t a cheap buy in for developers or users wanting a ‘Pure Google’ experience. Harvey Norman however has knocked that price down fairly significantly to a tantalising $688.

Both the 32GB models of the ‘Dark Blue’ and ‘Light Grey’ – Harvey Norman code for the Midnight Blue and Cloud White colours – have been dropped down from the usual $888 price. Around the traps, The Good Guys have the Midnight Blue model for $868, while JB Hifi is asking $888 for a choice of Blue or White.

Harvey Norman are offering a choice of free in-store pickup or having the handset delivered, though you’ll pay $5.95 to have it delivered to most places with a Harvey Norman within range.

Around the world, Google has dropped the price on the Nexus 6 on their Google Store but we haven’t seen a corresponding drop here. In the UK it saw an £80 reduction,dropping the 32GB version to £399 or £469 for the 64GB model. The US has it listed for US$499 for the 32GB model, and US$549 for the 64GB.

If you’re after a Nexus 6, this is an excellent time to grab one. Head over to the Harvey Norman website to grab one while stocks last.

Source: Harvey Norman.
Thanks: +Jamie.
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Meh… With the new Nexus devices coming out in the near future, this is not even worth considering. $500+ is too expensive for a Nexus device as far as I am concerned.


Would jump at this if the 64gb version was available for a similarly reduced price. As it is, it’s more expensive than newer phones like the G4 and with the new Nexus’s (Nexii?) expected in the coming months it’s difficult to rationalise IMO


you might want to do an error check on that. Prices are screwed up.