T-Mobile might have decided to delay its own release of the Google Nexus 6 by Motorola for one week, but Sprint has decided to offer it starting on Friday, November 14. The phone will go for either $696 off contract, or for $0 down and $29/month for 24 months if customers choose to finance it.
It is compatible with Sprint’s $60 unlimited plan, which the carrier reminds consumers is $20 cheaper per month than T-Mobile’s comparable $80 unlimited plan.
From Sprint’s Nexus 6 preregistration page, it appears that the device will only be offered in blue, not white. What is a little less clear is whether or not Sprint will sell both the 32GB and 64GB versions, or only one or the other. If Sprint follow’s T-Mobile’s lead, it will only offer the 32GB version in stores, which makes its pricing around $50 higher than T-Mobile’s and Google Play’s. However, it is possible that the $696 price that Sprint quotes is actually for the 64GB version.
In either case, we’ll know soon enough.
Any of you planning on picking this one up?[Sprint]