With the Nexus 9 and the Nexus 6 expected to be announced later today, a retailer in Europe has spilled the beans on the pricing of the two devices. And it’s not all good news. It is clear from this revelation that Google’s new range of Nexus devices won’t go easy on the customers’ wallets. The entry level 32GB Nexus 6 is expected to cost €569 ($719) while the 64GB model will reportedly cost €649 ($821). Fortunately, there is no mention of the 16GB model this time, which means that Google will only sell the 32 and 64GB models to the customers.
The pricing of the Nexus 9 is revealed to be starting from €399 ($505) for the 16GB WiFi model while the 32GB version will apparently cost €489 ($618). Much like last year, there will only be one LTE variant of the tablet which comes with 32GB of storage inside and carries a price tag of €569 ($720).
It is a little odd that there’s no 64GB storage option mentioned for the Nexus 9, so take this leak with a pinch of salt. And we’ve seen in the past that European pricing of Nexus smartphones and tablets are generally quite higher compared to the U.S., so there might not be need for concern just yet.
However, it goes without saying that the Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9 will not be low cost offerings like last year. But considering the hardware these new devices are packing, it’s hardly a surprise.
Source: Caschys Blog – Translated
Via: Android Authority