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Google has removed the Nexus 6 handset from its online store, a little after a year since its release.
The Motorola-made device was announced last October with a 6-inch display and Android Lollipop. It came with a price tag of $649.
Of course, this year’s models — the Nexus 6P built by Huawei and the smaller Nexus 5X from LG — are available from the Google Store.
While the Nexus 6 came with a premium price tag at launch, it can now be had for a lot less. Amazon has it on offer for as little as $350. That’s not bad for a large phone with powerful specs and favorable ratings from the likes of CNET, Engadget and The Verge.
➤ Nexus 6 [Google Store via Droid Life]
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