Oct 17 AT 1:39 PM Nick Sarafolean 5 Comments

Nexus Player and HTC Nexus 9 now available for pre-order through Google Play

HTC Nexus 9 (3)

Been itching to get your hands on a Nexus Player or HTC Nexus 9? Today brings you one step closer, as both are available for pre-order on the Play Store. After seeing the HTC Nexus 9 go up for pre-order on Amazon last night, it’s now available for pre-order through the Google Play Store with some configuration limits. Currently available are the 16GB Wi-Fi model in black and white and the 32GB Wi-Fi model in black and white. The sand model and the LTE models are still listed as “Coming Soon.”

The 16GB Nexus 9 will set you back $399 while the 32GB model is a larger $479. The Nexus Player is available for $99 and while it’s listed as shipping in 3-4 weeks, that will likely change to be shorter. Both devices have been slated for release on November 3, so that’s when you can expect pre-orders to start showing up.

Are you planning to purchase the Nexus 9 or Nexus Player?

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A nerd at heart, Nick is an average person who has a passion for all things electronic. When not spending his time writing about the latest gadgets, Nick enjoys reading, dabbling in photography, and experimenting with anything and everything coffee. Should you wish to know more about him, you can follow him on Twitter @nsarafolean.

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  • Charlie Callow

    Wow Nexus is terrible outside of the US this year! We always pay more but this year it is crazy. So we so far only get the Nexus 9 here in the UK (Nexus 6 and Player are “not available in your country”) and the prices are loads more.

    The Nexus 9 32GB WiFi for instance cost £400 ($644) and the keyboard case is set to cost £110 ($177)!

  • steve

    High her too. 399$ for wifi nexus 9 16gb, 499$ wifi 32gb, and 599$ for LTE 32gb. Nexus 6 32gb is $649 and the 64gb is $699. I dont think Google is subsidizing the nexus anymore

    • Chris

      I don’t think it was ever really subsidized to begin with. From what I can tell, previous Nexus devices were pretty much mid-range in design. The newer devices just introduced are considered high-end with a higher price.

  • elsin

    Could this be the silver program we heard about, just in a nexus form. I wonder if that is why they are charging high prices.

  • CM

    iPhone 6 v/s Motorola Nexus 6 briefed up! http://bit.ly/ZB5AfR