It has already been established that the Motorola manufactured Google Nexus 6 will be sold by all major US Mobile Carriers, this is however a pleasant scenario for those willing to get one considering it isn’t the affordable Nexus flagship anymore. Today, AT&T has revealed it’s plan to put a Carrier Branding on the Nexus 6 sold by them, the Small White Globe that represents AT&T will be placed at the back of the Nexus 6, just below the Nexus logo. The Nexus 6 will be available on 18th November in AT&T Stores and customers will also have the option of picking up the device directly from Google with no carrier branding or bloatware.
Back in the days of LG Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 there was no need for the Mobile Carriers to sell the handsets as the heavily subsidized unlocked prices crushed any deals that could be offered but with Google turning a new page and diving into the “Premium Phablet Section” this could not be achieved. It goes without saying that the Nexus 6 has all it could for the $600 price range but that price surely doesn’t agree with the name Nexus for many. The last time a Nexus device was sold in the United States with a Carrier Branding was back in 2011, when Verizon marked the Samsung Galaxy Nexus’s back panel.