The Google Pixel 6 is expected to be released on October 19, and the latest rumour claims availability will start from October 28. Interestingly, the Pixel 6 flagships will only be available in 8 countries, including the UK, the US, and Germany. Google has been very picky as to regions where it will sell Pixel devices. Furthermore, some of the countries get limited colour options. Once Pixel 6 is announced, the Pixel 5 is likely to attract massive discounts
According to Youtube channel, This is Tech Today, which previously shared a hands-on video for Pixel 6 Pro, has leaked the supposed prices for the next Google flagship.
The price of the Pixel 6 Pro will start at €900/£780 The device will be available in three variants with 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage options. All the variants are expected to arrive with 12GB of RAM. Doubling up the storage will cost an extra €100/£87 at each step. In other words, top of the line Pixel 6 Pro 512GB will be priced at €1100/£950 which is right in iPhone 13 territory.
The Pixel 6 is likely to arrive in only two configurations. Prices start at €550/£475 for the 128GB variant €650/£560 An 8GB RAM will back both the Pixel 6 variants. The Pixel 6 Pro offers not only bigger RAM but also a 6.7-inch QHD, fast charging of up to 33W, 4x telephoto lens, and much more. All the additional features end up increasing the price of the Pro version by nearly €350/£300.
To me these prices seem a little on the cheap side, but it wont be long till we find out the real retail prices.