The Nexus 6 has been announced and it's even more impressive than past Nexus phones, thanks to a massive 5.9-inch 1440 x 2560 QHD display, a 2.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM, a 13MP camera, a beastly 3220 mAh battery and a stylish new design.
You should be able to snap one up soon as well, with pre-orders starting on October 23 from the US version of the Google Play Store and other markets and retailers likely to follow shortly after.
So, if you want to know exactly where you can get one, when you can get it and how much it will cost, read on.
Google Play is the obvious place to buy the Nexus 6, especially if you want it SIM-free and Google has confirmed that it will be available to pre-order from the US store on October 23, with a starting price of $649, which is likely to equate to around £400.
UK pre-orders aren't set to start until November, but the phone should also be available to buy sometime that month.
You'll also be able to buy the Nexus 6 from Motorola's website where it will in all likelihood cost the same as on Google Play, but the exact UK price hasn't yet been announced.
Vodafone has confirmed that the Nexus 6 is coming soon to its network, but is yet to announce the exact availability or pricing.
There's no word yet on if or when EE will be getting the Nexus 6, but stay tuned because we'll update you as soon as we hear anything.
O2 has said the Nexus 6 will be coming soon to its network, but hasn't offered any additional information, instead asking people to 'watch this space for more details'. We're watching O2, we're watching!
Three is so far staying quiet on whether or not it will be stocking Google's latest but we'll be sure to let you know if it announces anything.
Carphone Warehouse hasn't made any announcements yet either, but as the only major third party retailer left in the UK we'd expect it will probably stock the Nexus 6.
- After a new slate as well? You could do worse than consider the Nexus 9.