Nexus deals: 6P starts at $449 plus $50 gift card, 5X starts at $299


UPDATE: Best Buy is offering discounts on the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X, as is the official Google Store.


Today’s the day that the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge hit stores, but if you’re more interested in something running vanilla Android, there are deals to be had on the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X.

B&H Photo Video is now discounting both the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X. When it comes to the 6P, both the 64GB and 32GB models are on sale for $50 off, leaving the 64GB at $499 and the 32GB at $449. B&H is including a $50 gift card with each purchase as well. The Aluminum, Graphite, and Gold versions of the 6P are all on sale, though the Gold version is currently only available for pre-order.

B&H is also offering an additional $50 off your order if you buy a Huawei Watch and Nexus 6P at the same time.

Meanwhile, the Nexus 5X has received a $50 discount of its own, leaving the 32GB model at $349 and the 16GB version at $299. The 5X is available in Black, White, and Mint color options.

Because the 6P and 5X are Google’s newest Nexus phones, they’re guaranteed ways to get Marshmallow right now and Android N when it’s released to the public later this year. Of course, if you don’t feel like waiting until later this year, they’re also compatible with the Android N Developer Preview, which will let you try out Android N right now.

Via: Marketwired
Sources: B&H: Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X

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  • guest

    It’s the same at Best Buy.

    • guest

      And the 128GB 6p also has a $50 off promo.

    • AJ2

      New Egg & other stores too are offering $50 off plus gift cards

  • Acdc1a

    6P at $299 and I’m in. At $449? Nope

    • Joe

      Wow you are dreaming. The 6P is a solid phone and in no way you will get it for that price. If they would drop it to $400 it would be good tho since all the new phones are coming out.

      • Acdc1a

        Might have to be Christmas, but it will happen.

        • Joe

          Obviously it will be that cheep by Christmas but not anytime in the near future.

        • Acdc1a

          I’m a patient guy…and I love my Nexus 6.

  • AS118

    I still prefer the G4 at $350 (or $300 pre-owned). Sure the screen size is big (uncomfortably so for some people) but it’s got a removable battery and microSD card, you can swap out the back for different colors or leather (including giant extra-size battery back covers) and the phone has a nice, gradual, top to bottom curve to it that protects the screen if you put it face down.

    I accidentally dropped my G4 onto a bamboo floor without a case. It was totally fine, even though it landed screen-first. The curved screen helped to protect it. I do have a tempered glass screen protector on it though.

    • guest

      i wanna get this phone but i worried about the boot loops that everyone been talking about on the

      • AS118

        I have the G4 and updated it to Marshmallow. So far, so good, no bootloops of any kind. If you have doubts though, and/or want a smaller phone, the Nexus 5x isn’t a bad phone, as long as you don’t mind the sealed battery and lack of microSD storage.

        The G Stylo is often on sale too, for close to $200, although that’s even bigger than the G4.

  • NardVa

    The Nexus 6P will be $300 for the 32GB and $350 for 64GB by October. I bought me a G4 for $600 when it first came out. Now the phone is $350 less than a year later. I’m not gone by any flagship phone unless it’s been out for a year.

    • AJ2

      It’ll be even cheaper if you wait another year or two

  • cameo

    Do these new phones have the FM radio chip built in and functional?
    Last year there was a lot of talk about getting those chips into the phones.

  • Dan’s the Man

    TMOnews: I hope you realize Google is offering the 5X for only $199 if you activate Fi. You can just pay $20 for 1 month of service and then cancel it. You don’t actually have to use the service so you can use it o T-Mobile. This would only cost $219.

    • guest

      Correction: The 5X for $199 + your soul.

    • guest

      But I like your idea of not using the service if one doesn’t want to.

    • aggiefather

      I’m thinking about trying this because Project Fi uses both T-MO and Sprint’s lines for phone service. I live in a rural area with glaring T-MO service gaps. This way, I could try it out for a month and see which is better.