Google's Nexus 6 Back On Sale in the Play Store


After some interesting happenings while using Google's Play Store to order the Nexus 6, it appears that the giant 5.9-inch device is back for pre-order in the Play Store. As with the first wave of pre-orders that didn't exactly go smoothly for Google, it's a good idea to be both quick and well prepared if you want to get your order in this time. We're well aware that nobody should have to put up with this sort of thing when pre-ordering a device, but it's clear that Google hasn't learnt anything after selling Nexus devices in their Play Store over the past two years. As such, it's become something of a guessing game, with luck deciding whether you win or lose.

All-in-all though, the Nexus 6 is arguably worth scrambling around for, especially if a larger smartphone appeals to you. Unlike the Nexus 5 and Nexus 4 that preceded the Motorola-made Nexus 6, this is a quality device that has excellent build quality and some of the absolute best specs that are available, including a Snapdragon 805 and a Quad HD display resolution, which itself is an exclusive club to be in right now.


You can get your hands on the Nexus 6 at the link below, assuming of course everything running nice and smoothly this time around. Who're are we kidding? It's madness all over again, and you need to be well prepared to brave one of the worse online stores that is the Google Play Store. Have fun, and let us know how you get on this time around in the comments below!

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