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  Reply # 1397406 30-Sep-2015 15:36
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History of Nexus pricing in the US


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  Reply # 1397432 30-Sep-2015 16:35
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6P in 128gb flavour is tempting. Might get the P8 Max though, decisions...




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  Reply # 1397469 30-Sep-2015 17:57
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hahah, if you go to
https://store.google.com/product/adopted_case_n5x
and look at the "enjoy it with" section, it states the nexus 5X is $759.
probably a good indicator of NZ price

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  Reply # 1397475 30-Sep-2015 18:05
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Good spot.  The Nexus 6p is $1,099 NZD





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  Reply # 1397476 30-Sep-2015 18:06
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daz79: hahah, if you go to
https://store.google.com/product/adopted_case_n5x
and look at the "enjoy it with" section, it states the nexus 5X is $759.
probably a good indicator of NZ price


I see $659 in AU. Seems they have exposed local pricing.

6P from AU$899.

Premiums over US pricing even accounting for forex and tax.





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  Reply # 1397478 30-Sep-2015 18:08
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US$379 = $594 NZD. Call it $600+GST would be NZ$690, plus a US$70 premium




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  Reply # 1397482 30-Sep-2015 18:14
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Hardware wise the Nexus 5p is similar to the Xiaomi Mi4c except the Xiaomi is considerably cheaper.

Looking forward to the reviews......

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  Reply # 1397522 30-Sep-2015 19:12
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It is very interesting the cost differences around the world, a few countries like NZ get hit worse than others, found this article and table

http://www.androidcentral.com/heres-how-much-huawei-nexus-6p-will-cost-around-world



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  Reply # 1397569 30-Sep-2015 20:14
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Can you justify the $352.65 price difference between the Nexus 6 and Nexus 6P?

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  Reply # 1397620 30-Sep-2015 21:24
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lNomNoml: Can you justify the $352.65 price difference between the Nexus 6 and Nexus 6P?


The N6 is effectively on runout, it started life at USD649 but can be bought for around USD350 at the moment so is all relative really

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  Reply # 1397627 30-Sep-2015 21:30
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lNomNoml: Can you justify the $352.65 price difference between the Nexus 6 and Nexus 6P?


For example, it's the same thing when Holden drops $8k off the list price of an old model Commodore on run out.

Relative values be damned. Out with the old at bargain basement prices to clear space for the new.

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  Reply # 1397813 1-Oct-2015 10:54
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So, NZ$1,099 for the 32gb 6P, which I assume means NZ$1,199 for the 64gb 6P.

meanwhile, NZ$759 for the 16gb 5X, and probably NZ$859 for the 32gb.

That is some steep as pricing, not at all what one might expect given the reasonable US pricing of the 6P


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  Reply # 1397814 1-Oct-2015 10:58
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Someone might have luck buying direct from Huawei - I tried and failed. I'm guessing it had something to do with my NZ c/c and Youshop Address.


http://www.gethuawei.com/nexus6p

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pulsta: Someone might have luck buying direct from Huawei - I tried and failed. I'm guessing it had something to do with my NZ c/c and Youshop Address.


http://www.gethuawei.com/nexus6p


Will be interesting to see what how the landed price (following currency conversion, tax etc) compares with the Google NZ price.

US-sourced will be more of a hassle for warranty repairs if required.

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  Reply # 1397818 1-Oct-2015 11:12
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Front page has the deets for the 6p. Too rich for my blood. http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=18573

 

  • NZ$1099.00 – 32GB
  • NZ$1199.00 – 64GB
  • NZ$1349.00 – 128GB

Nothing yet on the 5x, but I would assume you are correct with the 750-850 mark. Anyone remember what the original nexus 5 was when it came out?




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