Google surprised many people when it announced the Nexus 6, not as an affordable follow-up to its popular Nexus 5, but as a high-end handset with a price tag to match. But if you've been lusting after the Nexus 6, this might be the perfect opportunity to buy one.
Google has slashed $150 off the price of both Nexus 6 models, which means that the 32GB model is now available for $499 unlocked and off-contract (down from $649), and the 64GB version currently costs $549 (normally $699).
The discounts are available not only on the Google Store, but also via Amazon and Best Buy.
However, it's not yet clear if this a short-term promotion, or if the price cut will stick around on a permanent basis. Don't wait too long if you're thinking about making the purchase though - as Neowin reader @threesevenths points out, Google has said that this is a "limited-time promotion" that will end on June 23.
Update: The article above has been updated to reflect the temporary nature of the promotional discount.