The high-end Nexus 6P phablet made in collaboration with Huawei is now back in stock at the Google Store, after seeing overwhelming demand.

Google launched its very first Nexus phablet last year, when it introduced the Motorola-made Nexus 6, and continued the trend this year with the new Huawei Nexus 6P. The company also released a LG Nexus 5X this year, but the more powerful Nexus 6P seems to have drawn more attention.

The Nexus 6P saw great demand ever since its debut and at one point it became quite tough to get your hands on the phablet anytime soon. Several variants had a listed shipping time of more than four weeks, but it now seems that Google has replenished its stock and the device is more readily available.

All Nexus 6P storage configurations and color options are now available from the Google Store and will ship in a timely manner. As Android Authority first reported, those who order the device now should receive it within one or two days. This prompt delivery applies to all options of the Nexus 6P.

As a reminder, the new Huawei Nexus 6P features a large 5.7-inch AMOLED display with a QHD resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels and packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor with 3 GB of RAM. A 12-megapixel main camera with an f/2.0 aperture will allow for quality photos, while an 8-megapixel front shooter will enable users to make video calls or take selfies. A generous 3,450 mAh battery keeps things up and running, while Android 6.0 Marshmallow handles the software side out of the box.

When it comes to options, the Nexus 6P comes in Graphite, Aluminum and Frost avatars, while storage configurations consist of 32 GB, 64 GB or 128 GB versions. The 32 GB model costs $499, the 64 GB version goes up to $549, and the 128 GB variant tops out at $649.

The Nexus 6P is expected to keep growing in popularity, especially with the holiday shopping season rapidly approaching, which means that the shipping dates may again slip if the handset sees high demand. Nevertheless, Google promises to ship the device within one or two days at least for now.

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