The Motorola Nexus 6 has gone up for pre-order in India via Flipkart yesterday and we have just received news via Engadget that pre-orders have started in United Kingdom with shipping starting from 1st December 2014 onwards. The Nexus 6 being a 6-inch phablet is on the way to Europe but you will be able to order the device from different places across the globe. All about the price comes in with the storage and the contract basis that you decide to choose at the end of the day. In case you plan to choose the SIM-free route, the 32GB can be had for £499 on Amazon and Carphone Warehouse and as for the 64GB variant at £549.
In case you are looking for a contract, Vodafone will give you the Nexus 6 for free if you choose a plan that costs at least £44.50 on a monthly basis. At the same time we would like to let you know that Carphone Warehouse has operator deals too, so you can purchase the device from there with a contract from EE or O2 also. Over to shipping, Carphone Warehouse has stated that it will take place by “1st December 2014“, while Vodafone states “5th December 2014” as the first day for deliveries. We totally feel that it is going to be a time where Karbonn, Micromax and iBall are getting ready to get head on with brands like Xiaomi and even Sony. Sony will be a bit difficult to defeat but each of the brands can try to compete with themselves.