Google’s new Nexus phones are only a few weeks old, and yet you can already buy them at less than their full retail value. The Nexus 5X has been discounted since Black Friday weekend. Now, the flagship Nexus 6P has also seen a price drop.  You can now snag the smartphone with $50 discount in the US or Japan, direct from Google’s online store.

Smartphones aren’t the only products to see a price drop. Google has also discounted the Huawei Watch, Chromebooks and is offering deals on the new Chromecast and Chromecast Audio…

As pointed out by our friends at 9to5Toys, the following deals are available in the Google Store, and differ per region:

If you do end up ordering a Nexus 6P or 5X during the holidays, it’s worth noting that both feature a USB Type-C connector. Your existing Micro USB cables won’t work without an adapter. And, as pointed out by Google engineer Benson Leung, there are a ton of adapters out there which aren’t certified Type-C. If you want/need an adapter we’d advise going with something like this $10 Type-C approved adapter 2-pack from Amazon to ensure you don’t damage your phone or power adapter.

With the holiday season now into the last stretch, there are also healthy discounts available on some great cases for the Nexus 6P/5X. We put together a list of the best Nexus cases when it launched and, currently, Spigen is offering the included Rugged Armor case for just $13.

If you want pure Android in a great device, for today only, Amazon’s offering $100 off the current generation Moto x Pure. You can snag a white or black 32GB model for just $349, or a bamboo one for $374.  It’s cheaper than the Nexus 6P, has similar specifications and the benefit of being able to expand the storage via MicroSD. What’s more, with Android Marshmallow (which is currently rolling out for the Moto X) you can adopt MicroSD cards as internal storage.

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