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This article was published on July 2, 2015

You can now score a Google Nexus 6 for just £304 in the UK (Update: now £400)

You can now score a Google Nexus 6 for just £304 in the UK (Update: now £400)
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Google’s flagship Android phone, the Nexus 6, has got a major price cut in the UK.

Seven months since the Motorola-made device launched in the region, the 32GB model is down to just £304 ($474) from its original asking price of £479 ($746).

Meanwhile, the 64GB variant is available at £379 ($590), down from £549 ($855). That’s even cheaper than what Motorola was peddling the phones for during its sale last month.

Both variants are now in stock at the new prices in the Google Store.

Update: It looks like Google has revised its prices again. The 32GB Nexus 6 now costs £400, while the 64GB version costs £479. That’s still not a bad deal, really.

Nexus 6 [Google Store via Engadget]

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