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Topic # 146518 20-May-2014 15:09
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Now on special at $499

http://search.warehousestationery.co.nz/search?p=Q&w=nexus&view=grid&isort=score&sli_sid=MsY4t04-PfYxtx1E8UEnvV6SsgXn9YRN9SU=

Does anyone know if their stock is of the original release or the revised one with changes to casework, buttons etc. ?

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  Reply # 1049832 20-May-2014 15:16
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Maybe add this to the Bargains and Deals thread.  I think a few people would be interested.  

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  Reply # 1049836 20-May-2014 15:25
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  Reply # 1049862 20-May-2014 16:07
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New model coming soon or a glut of stock??




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  Reply # 1049993 20-May-2014 18:38
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There won't be a Nexus 6, it's getting rebooted/rebranded to Android Silver which sounds like pure android on multiple vendors devices (windows 8 phone style), isn't expected till next year.

So presumably just the regular over time price drop and stock clearing.

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  Reply # 1050003 20-May-2014 18:59
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Just checked the Play Store here in AU, and they are still at the same price - so doesn't look like a Google initiated price drop.




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  Reply # 1050026 20-May-2014 19:23
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And the NZ price is still a premium over the Google price anyway.



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  Reply # 1050131 20-May-2014 21:35
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I recently moved from N5 to HTC M8.

N5 is a very very capable phone for it's price. M8 is nice - but to be honest I can't justify the price. Nexus 5 was lighter / smaller size / I liked its stock mail app. 
The vanilla UI is prettier too. Not a bad price.

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  Reply # 1050246 21-May-2014 08:54
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sbiddle: And the NZ price is still a premium over the Google price anyway.




Yep sure is..  Wonder if we will be allowed access to the Play store for the next model??  I think not..




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  Reply # 1050252 21-May-2014 09:13
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macuser: Maybe add this to the Bargains and Deals thread.  I think a few people would be interested.  

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  Reply # 1050257 21-May-2014 09:17
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still dearer than the US model (neither which work on the new 700MHz LTE in 5 years)

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  Reply # 1051290 22-May-2014 19:27
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sbiddle: And the NZ price is still a premium over the Google price anyway.



$475NZD 32gb bought in australia early december last year. I think i got a good deal. 

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  Reply # 1051352 22-May-2014 20:25
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Ragnor: There won't be a Nexus 6, it's getting rebooted/rebranded to Android Silver which sounds like pure android on multiple vendors devices (windows 8 phone style), isn't expected till next year.

So presumably just the regular over time price drop and stock clearing.


The local 2degrees store had run out of stock and said they can't order anymore as it's "end of line". Though if other 2degrees stores have stock, they can get them couriered to you.

So based on that conversation this week - I'd say it's stock clearing time.

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