Nexus 6P units go out of stock and Google doesn’t plan a re-stock
Whenever you type the word “Nexus” into any search engine, especially the biggest of them all who also happens to be the source of the inspiration behind these devices, Google, you would most likely get a flood of information on the newest ones to be coming this year that have been codenamed Marlin and Sailfish and somewhere in between this info, your eyes would surely catch those that were produced in the year 2015 too – the smaller Nexus 5X made by LG and the bigger Nexus6P from Huawei.
With the fanfare on the upcoming ones and due to the fact that these smartphones have been known to spend just one year on the market officially, a source from Google has announced that the company has run out of units of the Nexus 6P and when it comes to returning them to that shelf, it seems that isn’t even on the list of priorities of Google for now.
This could be due to the fact that newer models are being expected and the stop in stocking could be a way to drive the attention of Nexus lovers to the new and upcoming ones instead of opting for the old version. Due to this factor, it means that we would have limited amount of the Nexus 6P on the market right now and if you still want to get one for yourself, Newegg is offering it for a deal so you should head over there.
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