Oct 16 AT 7:18 PM Nick Sarafolean 12 Comments

Pre-order the HTC Nexus 9 from Amazon now

HTC Nexus 9

Amazon has put the HTC Nexus 9 up for pre-order a day earlier than its original pre-order date of tomorrow. The Nexus 9, announced yesterday, is the new Android tablet to beat. It packs a high-res 8.9-inch display, NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor and an aluminum and soft touch body, making it powerful and well-built. The tablet was set to go up for pre-order tomorrow and ship out on November 3, but in case you want to get a jump on the main mass of pre-orders, Amazon has opened the Nexus 9 up for pre-order tonight.

The Wi-Fi model is available in black and white in both storage sizes. For $399, you can pick up a 16GB black or white Nexus 9 while the 32GB model in either color will set you back $479. The sand colored model isn’t present and neither is the LTE version. Still, getting to pre-order early is a great thing for those of you who want a Nexus 9 as soon as possible. Check out the links below to pre-order the model that you want.


Pre-order the 16GB black Nexus 9

Pre-order the 16GB white Nexus 9

Pre-order the 32GB black Nexus 9

Pre-order the 32GB white Nexus 9

Via: Android Central

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  • http://www.infotainmentempire.com pekosROB

    Did they announce if there would be an LTE variant in the future like they did with the Nexus 7?

    • http://www.androidandme.com Nick Sarafolean

      There will be. It’s just not up for pre-order yet.

  • thel0nerang3r

    I was hoping for a widescreen version. I guess I’ll go with the shield. I’m wondering how widescreen content will look on it..which is pretty much everything for Android, since all screens have been wide screen until now.

    • Rising33

      That’s the question of the day my friend….

    • BlazeHN

      Ugly black bars around. Shield its the total victor, its even $100 cheapr, 16:9 screen (as it has to be) QUAD core K1 processor, instead of Dual core as on Nexus 9, and also maaaaany added features that any other tablet can offer except the Shield. Even if you are not gamer the Shield still being the winner… heck it even have a STYLUS with the propper software to make good use of it.

  • Rising33

    I was looking for a gaming oriented tablet but this 4.3 ratio is throwing me off. Its still a sexy tab regardless of the aspect ratio. And like the l0nerang3r stated ( everything now a days is pretty much 16:9 or wide screen ). And what I mean is I have gotten used to it and now this. Anyway Nvidia is still making their money on this one. They have the Shield tablet with the K1 and now this. HTC did great on the design though, gotta give them that. And the specs are killer. Benchmark scores soar with this beast tablet. I might just over look the 4.3 ratio but if not then Shield tab hear I come.

  • LollipopFan

    A very useful review as to what to expect with Android Lollipop on HTC Nexus 9! http://bitly.com/1u3nZdo

  • Sojourner

    Is there any advantage to ordering this tablet directly from the Play Store (rather than from Amazon)?

    From Amazon I know I’ll get great customer service, free shipping, and no sales tax (or did they start charging tax?). But will a Nexus 9 purchased from Amazon receive the same updates (as quickly as those purchased from the Play Store, OTA, etc.)?

    Again, my main question is my first question: Is there any advantage to ordering this tablet directly from the Play Store (rather than from Amazon)?

    Thanks for any help.

    • http://www.androidandme.com Nick Sarafolean

      There’ll be no difference in the tablet itself, it’ll get all the same updates at the same time and everything. With Amazon, you’ll likely get faster shipping and if, for some reason, you wish to return it, Amazon will make that easy.

      • Sojourner

        Thanks for taking the time to reply. That’s what I was hoping to hear. I ordered my Nexus 4 from the Play Store. I have no real complaints about my experience, but the service is nothing compared to ordering from Amazon.