The new Pixel 6 will be revealed on October 19, according to an advertising print that has already leaked, along with additional information.
Google’s Pixel 6 will reportedly cost less than anticipated, as many of us had predicted that it would be closer to $1,150.
The price and release date of the Pixel 6
The leak comes from a batch of advertising print advertisements for the renowned German retail chain Saturn, which belongs to the same family as Media Markt, in which an offer appears for the reservation of the Pixel 6.
In the following image, we can see that the Pixel 6‘s promotional print, which indicates that its price will be $750 (at the exchange rate) as was leaked a few days ago, as well as when it would be available to purchase.
In that edition, we see that reservations made between October 19 and October 27 will get free Bose headphones worth $323 (at the exchange rate), implying that they’ll be on sale beginning on October 28 and would begin mobile sales.
This promotional print also confirms some of its technical specifications. In the description we can see the following features:
- Dual camera (50MP + 12MP) and 8MP front camera.
- 8GB RAM / 128GB internal memory.
- 4,620mAh battery.
- Fingerprint reader.
- Facial recognition.