With Christmas only around the corner (we don’t know exactly how many shopping days it amounts to, but it’s not that many!) it’s no surprise that we are starting to see pre-orders opening for this season’s new smartphones.
Following last week’s Blackberry Classic going on sale, the Nexus 6 has now opened up for pre-sales in the UK.
The debut device that has been built with the Android 5.0 Lollipop in mind will be delivered from December 5th, just in time to be wrapped up and placed under the Christmas tree.
Those who are lucky enough to get in line to purchase the device, which is available in a midnight blue colour for free on plans starting from £44.50 a month, can expect to be some of the first to experience just how Android devices will look and act in the future.
For anyone who is wondering whether or not they should order the Nexus 6, it comes loaded with Qualcomm’s latest quad-core chip, as well as a six inch Quad HD display, which is pretty great when it comes to screen clarity.
The camera is undoubtedly impressive with a f2.0 lens and 13 megapixel offering with optical image stabilisation. We are expecting that the photos you can take will be very clear and of a high quality, which, along with the Android 5.0 Lollipop, makes the phone even more appealing.
Another exciting selling point is that after only 15 minutes of charging the device, the user can expect up to six hours worth of use from the Nexus 6, and on a full charge, it will supposedly last for over 24 hours thanks to its 3220 mAh battery.
Making the pre-orders even more appealing is the fact that Google is offering those who purchase the Nexus 6 before December 31st a six month unlimited trial for Google Music Play for free.