The Google Nexus 6 will arrive in the UK on 1 December costing £34.50 per month via smartphone retailer Carphone Warehouse.
Carphone Warehouse revealed the Nexus 6 release date after beginning to take pre-orders for the Motorola-made handset. The UK retailer is also offering the 32GB Nexus 6 SIM-free for £499.
The Nexus 6 was unveiled by Google on 15 October alongside the HTC-made Nexus 9 tablet and will be the first smartphone to arrive in the UK running Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Google made the Nexus 6 available for pre-order from the Play store on 29 October in the US, but it quickly sold out and is now re-listed as 'coming soon'. It is still listed as 'coming soon' in the UK on Google Play.
While many stores and networks have begun taking pre-orders for the Nexus 6, its exact UK release date was unknown.
The use of Lollipop is viewed as one of the Nexus 6's best features and loads the device with a variety of productivity and security upgrades. Key additions include a reworked user interface and managed profiles features.
The 'Material Design' interface aims to make the OS simpler to use and replaces Android Kitkat's user interface with a flatter one similar to that of Apple's iOS. The upgrade allows Android's UI to mimic depth by adding new shadow effects.
The managed users service lets users create a separate password-protected manageable work profile on the Nexus 6.
The Nexus 6 is also set to include a 6in Quad HD display and advanced 13MP rear camera with Optical Image Stabilisation.
It will run using a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805, a 2.7GHz quad-core processor, 3GB of RAM and a custom 'Turbo Charger' that will offer a claimed six hours of battery life from a 15-minute charge.
For a more in-depth look at the Google Nexus 6 check out V3's hands-on review. Make sure to check back with V3 later for a full review of the Google Nexus 6.
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