OK, weird one this. If you want to get yourself a brand new Google Nexus 6P, just head to the Google Play Store. It’s easy. It’s marked up at £449 for the 32GB version, £499 for the 64GB one and £579 for the 128GB version.
Trouble is, all of these prices are wrong at the minute, because you get £70 off ALL these prices when you add the phone to your basket. This makes it £379 for the 32GB handset, £429 for the 64GB and £509 for the 128GB model.
We’ve got our full in-depth review of the 6P here. It has 3GB RAM, runs Android 6.0 and comes with a 5.7″ AMOLED WQHD (518 ppi) screen. It’s smudge resistant and comes with a fingerprint sensor (much like the new Huawei P9) and features a 12.3 megapixel rear camera, 8 megapixel front with a 2GHz octa-core 64-bit CPU… plus it’s pure unlocked Google and will get all the latest updates.