The much awaited Nexus 6 from Google was announced recently and while pre-orders in the U.S. start soon it will take some time before units are shipped to customers. Apart from Google selling the device through the Play Store some carriers will sell it as well. Though it is possible that the Nexus 6 release may not take place in certain markets until December, with United Kingdom expected to be one of them.


MoDaCo founder Paul O’Brien claimed on Twitter that customers in the UK should not think about getting their hands on a Nexus 6 unit until December at the very least.

Carriers and retailers in the UK have not yet communicated confirmed release date for this smartphone and even the Play Store is quiet on the matter. For the time being it does look like our friends across the pond will have to wait for a bit long, and the possibility exists that other European markets may go through the same thing.

It is not known for sure exactly what is causing this delay, what we do know is that Google has not made any statement to confirm this possibility and neither has Motorola said something to clear things up. So as far as availability in international markets is concerned there’s a fair bit of waiting involved before the truth can finally come out.

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