Motorola Nexus 6 listed for Rs. 44,000 on Google Play Store in India

By November 7th, 2014 AT 4:08 PM

For all those who have been residing outside the US and have been waiting to buy the latest Motorola Nexus 6, Google has a good news for you. The Nexus 6 has been listed on the Google Play Store in India and 11 additional countries worldwide. The device has been priced at Rs. 44,000 and Rs. 49,000 for 32GB and 64GB variants respectively. However, it is not up for purchase yet.

Motorola Nexus 6 India Price Google Play Store

  1. Belgium
  2. Canada
  3. France
  4. Germany
  5. India
  6. Italy
  7. Japan
  8. Netherlands
  9. Spain
  10. Sweden
  11. United Kingdom

As we already mentioned, that the device has been listed in these countries but can’t be purchased. According to the reports, the device will be available for sale shortly within this month but with a limited stock. Last week, it was listed on Flipkart but there was no pricing related information on the website.

Motorola Nexus 6

The Motorola Nexus 6 is powered by a Snapdragon 805 processor with Qualcomm’s Krait 400 CPU cores clocked at 2.65GHz, Adreno 420 GPU, and 3GB of RAM. It  sports a 5.96-inch QHD AMOLED screen, a 13-megapixel rear camera with OIS and 4K video recording, and a 2-megapixel front camera.

When it becomes available  Google Nexus 6 will be competing against smartphones such as the Apple Phone 6 Plus, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and the LG G3.

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