Nexus 6 gets another price cut, now starts at Rs 34,999

By June 21st, 2015 AT 7:39 PM

The Nexus lineup has always had a fan following of its own right from the time the first Nexus smartphone came out from the stable of  HTC. The last couple of iterations, the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 were a success globally but things haven’t really clicked in the current iteration of the smartphone, the Nexus 6.

Motorola Nexus 6

The Nexus 6 from Motorola went a little over the board in terms of real estate on offer and that made the device less pocketable than some of its counterparts. We have absolutely no complaints from the resolution, protection, colour reproduction or contrast of the smartphone but a size of 6-inches seems a little too much to handle even for the fans of phablets. The smartphone couldn’t take off in the sales department as much as Google and Motorola would have liked it too and it failed miserably despite being a good smartphone under the hood.

Motorola recently dropped the price of Nexus 6 in India by Rs 7,000 which made the device available at a price of Rs 36,999 instead of Rs 43,999 for the 32GB version and at Rs 41,999 instead of Rs 48,999 for the 64GB version. It seems like that the price cut didn’t help the cause either and Motorola has further reduced the price of the device by another Rs 2,000.

You can now buy the 32GB version for Rs 34,999 and 64GB version for Rs 39,999. Flipkart is further offering an exchange offer under which you can exchange your older smartphone for up to Rs 5,000. With a price drop of Rs 9,000 over the initial price, the new price surely makes the smartphone worth the consideration.

It packs in a 5.9-inch QHD AMOLED display, 2.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, Adreno 420 GPU, 3GB of RAM, 32GB/64GB of internal storage space, a 13-megapixel primary camera with OIS and dual-LED flash, 2-megapixel front camera and a 3,220mAh battery.

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Mohamed ali
Mohamed ali

I’ve got a broken screen problem I do not find an agent to Motorola please communicate to solve the problem, please send a phone number or an e-mail to communicate with them

Sumodh Krishna
Sumodh Krishna

34k for such a crappy phone.. Grow up google… or better screwgle

Django
Django

Are you serious? lost mind?
How do you compare the phone?

Sudhakar
Sudhakar

Well said. Nexus 6 does not have memory card slot, FM radio and user replaceable battery. The nexus 6 is not all worth even for calling it as crap.

Django
Django

64 GB isnt enough? you are not going to carry all of your data on a phone, isnt it? FM Radio, broh grow up this is age of internet and replaceable battery cant stop chuckling.

Sudhakar
Sudhakar

Imagine you do not have access to internet to backup all your data. How will you format it without PC and internet?. In this way memory card is useful. Your post is like launching benz car with only a total of one door for driver and all other passengers must get in through the driver’s door !!!. Lol. Stop trolling against FM radio, memory card slot and user replaceable battery. It is not the company which should force all the 3 into the customers. It is the customers who should decide when to replace the battery / memory card and… Read more »

Sahil Shah
Sahil Shah

Why would I format? Even if i need to reset my phone it wont delete any of my files. The advantage of only phone memory is files can be accessed faster. Plus after lollipop I dnt prefer memory card. If i create a second user or a guest account, any user can access my files in memory card but files in phone memory cant be accessed by another user. It gives me better privacy.

Sudhakar
Sudhakar

Samsung note 3 N9005 is far more better than the nexus 6 garbage.

Django
Django

yeah not 3, did you get any update after 4.4?

Sudhakar
Sudhakar

No man. I was in confusion to buy N9005 or G3 D855 in July 2014. I have heard that 4G in India will come only in 2300 MHz which is not supported by N9005. So I chose G3 D855 because I feel a lot because of worst battery backup and heating issues (not very / critical hot) in G3.

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