The Nexus 6P, which was set to launch through Vodacom reseller Cellucity from 25 November, has been delayed by a few weeks.
Cellucity said stock of the device will arrive within the first two weeks of December 2015.
Google unveiled the Nexus 6P towards the end of September, along with its smaller sibling, the Nexus 5X.
Google partnered with Huawei to build the 6P, which will feature Android 6.0 Marshmallow, a fingerprint reader, and a USB Type-C port.
Cellucity opened pre-orders for the 6P in October, stating that orders are “coming through thick and fast for new contracts, upgrades, and cash sales”.
Cellucity will have the Nexus 6P available in white, priced from R599 per month on Vodacom Smart S. Cash pricing has not been announced.