Being the largest Nexus phone till date, Nexus 6P is available in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB storage variants, costing £449, £499 and £579 respectively. The phone packs up a 5.7-inch WQHD display, a Snapdragon 810 chip, a 3,450 mAh battery and a fingerprint sensor.
The fact that Nexus 6P has been showered with praise by hundreds of reviews popping up across websites and magazines won't help you catch hold of one too soon. Nexus is in itself a much-loved brand, and a highly capable one at that will surely be a tough catch.
However, all hope is not lost yet. Even though both 32GB and 128GB variants have gone out of stock on Google Store, the 64GB one is still up for grabs. But if you're intent on buying a 32GB one, there're a few available on Carphone Warehouse for £439.99 each.
Fortunately, EE, O2 and John Lewis are also stocking Nexus 6P as of now, so you'll still find a few open windows if you're up for it. Buying the phone through a network operator has its own benefits. EE is offering Wi-Fi calling through a software update and if you're an existing O2 customer, you can replace your old handset by only paying the remaining value on your existing contract through O2's Refresh tariff programme. Also, if you own a Nexus 6, you can earn £160 by recycling your phone through O2 Recycle programme and use that amount to buy any of the new Nexus phones.