The smaller, and more affordable, of Google's two new Android flagships - the LG-made Nexus 5X - went on sale last week in key markets around the world. But shipments of its sister device - the Nexus 6P, built by Huawei - have been delayed for some of those who pre-ordered it.
Numerous customers - including Phandroid's Rob Jackson - have received an email from Google saying it has "some not-so-great news: It's going to take a little longer to get the 6P to you than we would have liked".
But to thank its customers for their patience during the delay, Google is offering a gesture of goodwill: "As a courtesy, we’ll give you a $25 refund on your purchase, which we’ll process soon after your phone ships."
It appears that shipments could be delayed by up to two weeks for some customers; some orders originally scheduled for delivery this week have since been updated with revised delivery dates as late as November 14.