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Nexus 6 is more affordable then ever. Photo: Google

Nexus 6 now starts at just $349.99. Photo: Google

With new Nexus smartphones right around the corner, now is a great time to find big discounts on last year’s Nexus 6. Motorola has just slashed $300 off the device for U.S. customers, reducing the price of the 32GB model to just $349.99.

LG's new Nexus 5 will go on sale this month. Photo: Marques Brownlee

LG’s new Nexus 5 will go on sale this month. Photo: Marques Brownlee

Google is expected to announced its new Nexus devices on September 29, and according to a source familiar with its plans, both the LG-made “Nexus 5X” and a second handset from Huawei will go on sale the same day, with prices starting at $399.

No, that's not a giant hand.

No, that’s not a giant hand. Photo: The Nipper

Modern mobile phones need a lot of power; chances are we’ve all got an external battery pack (or at least a second cable and wall plug) tucked away in a bag somewhere that will charge up our Android and iOS mobile phones while we’re on the run.

The thing is, those things need to be taken along with you when you leave the house. If you’re like me, though, that requires a heck of a lot of cognitive overhead and pre-planning.

The whole point of the Nipper, this tiny new mobile phone charger that uses two AA batteries to give you a bit of juice when needed, is to always be available.

LG's new Nexus 5 looks good in white. Photo: Android Police

LG’s new Nexus 5 looks good in white. Photo: Android Police

Our wait for Google’s new Nexus devices could be over this month.

Sources familiar with the search giant’s plans claim both the new Nexus 5 from LG and a second Nexus smartphone from Huawei will be unveiled at an event in San Francisco on September 29.

Consumers aren't bored of the iPhone 6 yet. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Consumers aren’t bored of the iPhone 6 yet. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Apple’s iPhones might be on the verge of a big refresh this month, but that doesn’t make them any less appealing to those looking to take a break from Android.

In Europe, 27 percent of smartphone shoppers swapped their Android for an iPhone last quarter, while 9 percent of consumers made the same switch in the U.S.

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