After we found out earlier this week that Google will launch the Pixel 6 on October 19th, we now also know the price of the new phone! Because Saturn, of all people, has leaked a pre-order bundle that shows the recommended retail price. So how expensive will the Pixel 6 be?
- Saturn accidentally leaked the price of the Google Pixel 6
- The price of the pre-order bundle is 649
- Smartphone is offered together with the Bose Noise Canceling Headphone 700
With the Google Pixel fall launch event coming up on October 19th, it’s only logical that more and more information about the device would be leaked. This time Saturn, of all people, has leaked more information about the upcoming Pixel 6. Accordingly, the pre-order price for the standard model with 128 gigabytes of memory should be €649.
Thus, the Pixel 6 will probably be a fair bit cheaper than the Apple iPhone 13. The deal, which made the rounds in the deal community MyDealz, also reveals some information about the technical data of the cell phone.
More on the specs of the Pixel 6…
It’s not the first time details about the Pixel 6 have been leaked. Earlier this summer, information circulated about the new Pixel ‘s wireless charging capabilities . Of course, this becomes relevant again with the latest leak, because after all, we now know how big the battery of the Pixel 6 will be. The advertisement lists a solid 4,620 mAh battery that will power the new Tensor processor.
But that’s not all: the camera details are also listed! The dual camera comes with a 50+12 MP configuration, while the selfie camera has a resolution of 8 megapixels. The camera body design was previously confirmed by Google itself with some very impressive renders . It features a minimalist design with the camera module running through the device from edge to edge. The device is also said to have an under-screen fingerprint sensor.
The last detail that catches the eye is the bundle itself. Pre-order is said to run from October 19th to October 27th, with October 28th being the quoted date for in-store availability. The additional goodie is an over-ear headphone – more precisely the Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700. A good offer, because you pay just under 230 dollars for the headphones. The cost of reselling the pixel is therefore reduced to just 420 dollars.