Theis now available to pre-order in the UK, and Google's Lollipop-packing phablet will set you back £499.
The Nexus 6 is a 6-inch phablet built by Motorola. Along with theit's one of the first devices to show off the new version of Android, Google Lollipop, and it could be in your hands in a matter of weeks.
Orders aren't open on the Google Play online store yet, but you'll be able to place your order for a 32GB or 64GB version in dark blue or white "soon". The 32GB model costs £499 and the 64GB model £549. If you buy before the end of the year you get six months of Google Play Music thrown in.
If you just can't wait, Carphone Warehouse is now taking pre-orders, for the same prices or or for free with a contract starting from £34.50 per month.
Google hasn't confirmed a proper release date or a delivery date for pre-orders, but says the device will be on shop shelves on 1 December.
The mighty Nexus 9 is on sale now from Google Play, and will set you back £319 for the 16GB model. The 32GB model is currently sold out.