Customers can now walk into a Best Buy outlet to secure a unit of the Motorola Nexus 6 from Sprint. Although the AT&T model is expected to be available today as well, software issues might force Best Buy to send back units to the carrier or Motorola. But since the issue is only limited to AT&T’s variant, the Sprint model should be freely available should you walk over to a Best Buy outlet today.
Stocks might differ depending on the region, so make sure you check with the local outlet beforehand. Some stores are reportedly stocking up on the device, while there’s also the option to purchase the device online and pick it up from a store near you. But considering the size of the Nexus 6, we recommend you have a good look at the device before purchasing it.
Best Buy is not shipping the device to customers, so in-store pick up seems like the only option available at the moment. The smartphone from Sprint and AT&T will set you back by $249.99 with a two year contract. As expected, only the Midnight Blue variant is being offered for the time being. There’s no sight of the 64GB model as of yet, so customers will have to settle with 32GB of internal storage.
Source: Best Buy
Via: Android Central