Developed by US-based Motorola, Nexus 6 was launched globally last month and was developed by Taiwanese major HTC.
Nexus 6 has been listed on Google's Play Store for Rs 44,000 (32 GB), while the 64 GB variant will be available for Rs 49,000.
Nexus 6 sports a huge 5.96-inch display with a qHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and is powered by a 2.7 GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor with 3 GB of RAM.

The storage variants will be 32 GB and 64 GB with no micro SD card slot as with the norms of nexus devices.

It features a 13 megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a 2 megapixel front camera. The smartphone will run on the latest Android Lollipop 5.0 operating system and sports a mammoth sized 3220 mAh battery. It weighs 184 grams.

Consumers can dramatically lower their upfront expense for the Nexus 6 by locking into an Internet data plan with any of the wireless carriers that will begin selling the phone next month. The carriers include A&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile in the US Google's own Motorola Mobility is making the Nexus 6.
The dramatic price increases on the Nexus devices represents a strategic shift for Google. The Mountain View, California, company traditionally has hailed the Nexus line as state-of-the-art products available at more affordable prices than Apple's devices.
According to IDC, India is the fastest growing smartphone market in the world with over 44 million devices being sold last year alone and players are competing head-on to capture a bigger share of the pie.
Last month, Google had also launched its first set of Android One smartphones here. India was the first country of launch for the Android One smartphones in partnership with handset makers Spice, Micromax and Karbonn.