Want a Nexus 6? You'll be able to order one from 18 November, according to an online retailer.
The Nexus 9 has already gone on sale at the Google Play devices website, but there's a little extra wait for the Nexus 6 phone: orders are due to start on 18 November. That's according to mobiles.co.uk, an online phone and contract reseller.
It writes that pre-orders will go live on 18 November, before the phone's actual release date on December 1
The Nexus 6 entry seems to have already been pulled, but suggested that the phone will be available on contracts of £28 a month and up.
A pretty penny
We don't yet have UK SIM-free prices for the Nexus 6, but in the US it costs $599 or $649, for the 16GB and 32GB versions.
The Nexus 6 will be the first phone to launch with Android 5.0 Lollipop – as usual the Nexus devices are here to how off what Google's new software has to offer.
In the US, the phone became available to pre-order on 29 October, although stocks are believed to be in short supply.
The moral of the story: get your mouse finger ready on 18 November if you want to get hold of a Nexus 6 soon.
Motorola is the hardware partner behind the Nexus 6, and has packed the phone with a 5.96-inch for the pedants) QHD AMOLED display, Snapdragon 805 CPU and 13-megapixel OIS camera.
It's impressive stuff, but Google is yet to officially confirm a UK release date for the phone, so don't get too excited.
Via Android Authority