The release date, features, and other specifics of the upcoming Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have been the subject of a number of rumours and leaks. Recent news indicates that the phones will soon be available for purchase. Additionally, the forthcoming flagship smartphones’ prices and colour variants have leaked online before their official launch.
The release date of October 19 for the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro has been speculated, with sales beginning on October 28. This latest leak lines up with the rumours. Meanwhile, the search engine giant hasn’t been shy about sharing details like the phones’ specs with the public. They have even shown off smartphone images on their social media accounts.
When it was first released in October 2020, the Google Pixel 5 carried a retail price of EUR 629 (about $734). There is currently a lack of information on the international pricing and release date of the Pixel 6 series. Lee’s sources, however, say that Fog and Carbon will be the only two colours available when the Google Pixel 6 launches. A black version may be indicated by the Carbon colour option, while a green version may be suggested by the Fog colour variant. You Can Research the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro’s Pricing and Colour Options on Google (expected)
M. Brandon Lee (@thisistechtoday), a popular YouTuber, has had the Google Pixel 6’s price confirmed by industry sources; it will retail for EUR 649 (about $758). However, the Google Pixel 6 Pro will cost consumers €899 (about $1050). 9to5Google was able to corroborate these costs with a second anonymous source in Europe. Both of the Pixel phones, according to Google’s Vice President of Devices and Services, Rick Osterloh, will be priced high. Osterloh predicts that the base Pixel 6 will be sold in the high-end market.
The sources were vague regarding the available Pixel 6 Pro hues. What’s more, it looks like there’s only one colour option. There have been rumours that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will each come in three colour options. Before the end of the month, Lee posted a video he had made using a PVT (Production Validation Testing) unit of the Pixel 6 Pro smartphone, demonstrating the device’s glossy body.