Nexus 6 is more affordable than ever after a $300 discount

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.

The Nexus 6 is still only ten months old, and it’s packing great specifications, including a 6-inch Quad HD display, a speedy Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM, and a large 3,220mAh battery. It also has an impressive 13-megapixel rear-facing camera and stereo speakers.

If you’re into super-sized phablets, then, it could well be your ideal smartphone, and right now, you can get the 32GB model for just $349.99, or the 64GB model for $399.99 in both Midnight Blue and Cloud White.

This is by far the cheapest the Nexus 6 has been since it made its debut, but there’s good reason for the generous discount. Google is expected to announce new Nexus handsets from LG and Huawei on September 29, and it will be looking to shift as many units as possible before then.

If that doesn’t put you off, you can pick up your new Nexus 6 from Amazon now by following the source link below.