New Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro pricing leaks promise exciting affordability with the Pixel 6 touted to start at U$599
Yesterday, a leak revealed official pricing of the upcoming Google Pixel 6 in Australia, giving fans an idea of what to expect in other markets. It appears, however, that the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro may be even cheaper than expected, in light of new information.
A leak has now surfaced showing pricing for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro supposedly on US retail chain Target. Going by the images shared, the vanilla Pixel 6 will start at US$599, with the Pixel 6 Pro starting at US$898. Those are incredible prices, and would make the duo even more attractive buys. This information is hard to believe, though, as the Pixel 5, a much weaker phone than the Pixel 6, had a US$699 MSRP. It's also suspicious that the Pixel 6 Pro would cost US$300 more than its sibling considering the minor differences between the phones.
As for the UK, Roland Quandt revealed pricing for the Pixel 6 Pro. Reportedly, the Pixel 6 Pro will start at £849 for the 128 GB model, with the 256 GB SKU listed at £949. While that may not be as interesting as the leaked US pricing, it still means that the Pixel 6 Pro will be cheaper than flagships like the Galaxy S21+ (£949), iPhone 13 Pro (£949), and Sony Xperia 5 III (£899).
Here are the corroborated #Pixel6 and #Pixel6Pro prices in the Target inventory system in the US.— M. Brandon Lee | THIS IS TECH TODAY (@thisistechtoday) October 18, 2021
Pixel 6: $599
Pixel 6 Pro: $898
Google has to be subsidizing this phone like crazy. This is insanity. #teampixel pic.twitter.com/OUBl8cXCBh