The six European markets join a select list of 15 states around the globe where the Motorola-made Lollipop phablet rolled out a little earlier. There’s the US, UK, Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
In total, 21 countries, or three less than Nexus 9’s reach thus far. Which is not to say the HTC-produced tablet is better or more popular. It’s probably a case of Big G and Moto keeping a close watch on N6 supply and demand.
Verizon recently picked up the Quad HD beastly handheld stateside at last, and around these shores, AT&T also sells it with two-year contracts for $180. Meanwhile, Amazon charges $610 and $615 for unlocked 32 GB white and blue variants respectively, which is $40 and $35 off list prices.