The Nexus 6P was such a successful device that its whole stock were sold out and Google had pulled the plugs on churning out anymore Nexus 6P smartphones.
This particular device took the US by storm but, unfortunately, it failed to gain much recognition outside the country. This was largely due to Google’s decision of making the device available only inside the borders of the country.
The Nexus 6P was utterly successful in the US but Samsung smartphones, like the Galaxy S7, S6 or the Note 5, were generating great buzz all over the world, according to AnTuTu.
Thankfully, there’s still hope. Google is working on taking the Nexus as well as the Pixel brand into the global atmosphere by giving it a Project Fi push.
Great news for folks outside the border who have long been dying to know what the hype of the Nexus 6P was all about.
The Project Fi is a developing carrier service that begun last year. It currently includes the infrastructure of T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular. T-Mobile, with its superior global presence, has successfully brought the Project Fi into over120 countries worldwide.
That’s not all – Google has confirmed that it will be collaborating with Three, Europe’s biggest carrier service.
However, due to exchange rates, there would be a significant difference in the pricing in other countries. Take for example, in the US paying $10 per GB of data may not feel that expensive but convert that into other currencies around the world and you’ll bound to feel their pinch.
Plus, it isn’t helping that the Nexus 6P has not been given a sizable price cut like the Nexus 5X. Seeing that the Pixel and the Pixel XL are expensive devices, the 6P sits in the manufacturer’s mid-range option.
But our international friends may not feel that way especially since they are other options that circle the same price range such as the OnePlus 3 and ZTE Axon 7. These devices are new, powerful and can bring about an experience almost as close as pure Android.