New Pixel 6 and 6 Pro Might Come With Modest Price Tag

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We already know practically everything there is to know about the new Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. And a fresh leak claims to have obtained the price for the latest Pixel 6 series. The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will start at just €649 and €899 in the EU, according to YouTuber M. Brandon Lee of This is Tech Today. He also confirmed the anticipated October 19 debut date.

Pixel 6 and 6 Pro Price

We won’t even try to convert these European prices to US dollars because pricing rarely translates 1:1 to other markets. However, the figures can still provide some fascinating insights. According to the source, the ordinary Pixel 6 will cost only €20 more than the Pixel 5 (€629) at launch, which is a relatively little increase. The Pixel 6 costs €649, which is €50 less than the Pixel 4, which is rather good. In the meantime, the Pixel 6 Pro would be priced similarly to the Pixel 4 XL, which began at €899 in Europe.

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For the US market, keep in mind that the Pixel 5 has a mmWave antenna, which increased its debut price significantly when compared to other regions. So the Pixel 6’s pricing could be even closer to the US Pixel 5 than it is to its European counterpart. But keep in mind that we don’t have any information on the Pixel 6’s pricing or hardware in the United States, so this is all speculation.

According to M. Brandon Lee’s source, the Pixel 6 event will take place on October 19, and the phones will begin selling on October 28. This would be consistent with Google’s own Instagram teaser as well as a since-deleted ad from an Australian carrier. So it seems extremely likely. If all of these rumors and teasers are true, we’ll only have to wait roughly a month to learn everything we need to know about the Pixel 6 directly from Google.

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