New Delhi: Huawei, the world number 2 smartphone manufacturer, announced the availability of the recently launched flagship Nexus phone- the Nexus 6P for the software giant Google starting November 2015. Running on its latest version of Android ‘Marshmallow 6.0’, Nexus 6P offers a pure android experience, sweetened by amazing apps and sandwiched by some cutting-edge hardware, available across Nexus devices.
The high-end smartphone which was available for pre-orders on Flipkart and leading Large Format Retail (LFR) stores starting 13th October received an overwhelming response. To ensure a smooth demand-supply cycle, Huawei will be sending out the smartphones in batches to be delivered to India starting first week of November as mentioned at the Nexus launch event in Delhi.
Confirming the news, Mr. P. Sanjeev, Vice President Sales, Huawei & Honor India – Consumer Business Group, said, “We are enthralled by the response to the Nexus 6P and thankful to all the Nexus fans who pre-booked the smartphone. Our supply chain is working on priority to fulfill the demand and the smartphones will be shipped out in batches. The first batch of the smartphone will be available in India starting first week of November. We are working closely with Flipkart and our retail partners on the availability of the smartphones to the Nexus 6P fans.”
The high-end Nexus 6P was launched at an attractive price tag of Rs. 39,999 (32GB) and Rs. 42,999 (64 GB) with two colors Aluminum (Silver) and Graphite (Black) in India.
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