At their event in San Francisco, Google will be announcing a few new devices, including two new Chromecasts, two new Nexus phones, some Google Play goodies and possibly some more surprises. The Nexus phones are the big news, and though we’ve been seeing specs for some time, pricing and availability – at least for Australia hasn’t been available, at least until now. A new leak has shown up showing the price for the Nexus 6P in a number of locations across the world.
The leak shows off pricing in AUD and the Nexus 6P isn’t going to be cheap, with the 32GB model starting at $899, the 64GB for $999 and the 128GB model for $1099. If the microSD card slot we saw mentioned in the FCC doco turns out to not be present, that makes this one heck of an expensive phone. Pricing for a number of regions, is as follows:
Spec wise we expect a 5.7″ phone with a Snapdragon 810 v2.1 SoC, 3GB RAM, 12.3MP rear camera with 1.55μm sensor for better low-light ability, 8MP front camera, and premium aluminium metal body construction. The phone will have fingerprint sensor on the rear and a 3,450mAh battery powering the device as well.
The Nexus 6P will be available in four colours: silver, graphite gray, “Ice Flower” (white) and gold, though Gold is expected to only be available in Japan.
We’ll find out more about the Nexus 6P in a short while. Stay tuned to our live blog, with Chris live on the ground in San Francisco for all the latest details.