New Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro teaser provides clues about fall launch date
Google first started talking about the Pixel 6 series over a month ago, after which it released the Pixel 5a. However, it still has not announced when it will launch the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, beyond a vague release window of this fall. It seems that Google is close to making another announcement of sorts though, as it has begun its Pixel 6 advertisement campaign.
While the images showcase Google's Material You design language in multiple scenarios, they may also hint at the Pixel 6 series' launch date. The only date mentioned is Tuesday 19, which aligns nicely with this year's calendar with October 19. Google includes other dates in its promotional video, but October 19 is the date that Jon Prosser claimed would be from when the Pixel 6 series is available to pre-order.
Incidentally, Google's latest YouTube video states that the FCC has not approved either the Pixel 6 or the Pixel 6 Pro yet. A quick look at the FCC confirms that the regulatory body has not published anything yet, either. Nonetheless, the repeated mentions of Tuesday 19th suggest that both smartphones will arrive next month.