The 16GB version is £299 and the 32GB version is £339 - both are SIM free without a contract, but are also available on contract from Three and O2.
Google partnered with Huawei to produce the Nexus 6P, which seemed an odd pairing at first, given that Huawei's home market in China doesn't support Google services.
One of the codenames, T50, suggests one of the models will have a 5-inch screen.
The other model's codename, T55, suggests a larger model will have a 5.5-inch display.
Please note that NEXUS members are not required to report to an Enrolment Centre to update or change their passport information with the CBSA.
If a Nexus 6 is your daily driver, it couldn’t hurt to start looking for a new phone.
That’s because Google has updated its official end-of-life timeline for Nexus devices, and the company’s ginormous phone hits the last stop in October, as Android Police first reported.
According to Android Police, Google will ditch the "Nexus" moniker and will use the Pixel name the company has used for its home-built tablet and Chromebooks.
Apparently, the smaller model will simply be called "Pixel," and the larger model will be called "Pixel XL." Google commissioned LG and Huawei to make the Nexus 5X and 6P, and it seems like it might keep Huawei for a second inning on the Pixel smartphones.