T-Mobile has finally set up a new Nexus 6 purchase opportunity. The Uncarrier was supposed to pick up the Motorola-made 6 incher last week, but they delayed the rollout to get more stock.
AT&T and Sprint are also struggling to make ends meet, the former reportedly shipping a few pre-ordered units, and the latter dropping its on-contract price from $300 to $250.
With Magenta, you don’t have to pay anything upfront. Just $27.08 or $29.16 a month for two years. The 32 GB version’s full retail price amounts to roughly $650, and the 64 GB model will cost you $700 in the long run.
The device runs stock Android 5.0 Lollipop out the box, packs quad-core 2.7 GHz Snapdragon 805 power, 3 GB RAM and 3,220 mAh battery juice.