The Sprint branded Nexus 6 has just gone up for pre-order earlier today. The handset was said to be available in stores today, but it seems like low supply issues have hit the carrier as well with T-Mobile already postponing the launch to next week. There’s still no word on when Sprint will start shipping the device to customers or carry the device in its stores, but our hunch says it could be sometime before the end of the month.
The smartphone will set you back by $299.99 for the 32GB Midnight Blue variant, which is the only model on offer. This is $50 more expensive compared to AT&T’s contract pricing of $249.99. Off contract, the handset will cost you $696 or $29 per month for 2-years. It’s quite a hefty price to pay for a carrier variant when compared with the pricing on the Play Store. But if you’re getting the smartphone through a carrier, the chances are that it will mostly be on contract, so the off contract pricing doesn’t bear much significance here.
If you want the Cloud White or 64GB model of the Nexus 6, it seems like the Play Store is still your best bet.
Via: Android Police