New rumors point out the latest smartphone, Google Pixel 6, might be $50 cheaper than the iPhone 13. In August, Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro made a brief appearance and have been silent on their pricing. There is an increased bustle about Google Pixel 6 as we are close to the phone’s potential release. Data miner Yogesh Brar provides us with some insight into the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro price.
Pricing of Google Pixel 6
According to the tipster Yogesh Brar, the Google Pixel 6 will start from $749. This figure seems congruent with other rumors that claim that Google Pixel 6 could cost as low as 649 euros (around $749) overseas. This would make the new phone $50 less than the base iPhone 13. This places Pixel 6 between the bottom of flagship pricing and the top of the mid-range segment. This suggests that it won’t be as cheap or expensive as the $1,000 Galaxy Z Flip 3 or the $1,800 Z Fold 3.
Pricing of Google Pixel 6 Pro
As stated by Yogesh Brar, the pricing of Google premium Pixel 6 Pro would require you to spend additional cash. Following the figures, the pricing may start from $1,049 or $1,099. There is a whopping $300 difference in the price of a decent mid-ranger or even an Android flagship handset. It is interesting to note that the pricing disparity of the iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13 Pro is also $300. Google Pixel 6 Pro is expected to include additional features like a bonus telephoto camera, a bigger battery, and a better 5G connectivity. Google is working hard to make sure the Pixel 6 Pro stands up to the qualities of “Pro.”
Launch Date not Revealed
There is no official launch date for the Google Pixel 6. However, some rumors suggest Google is scheduled to host a hardware showcase of the Google Pixel 6 series on 19 October 2021. With these latest pricing rumors, it seems Google is working to compete with Apple and Samsung. We’ll keep you in the loop once we get the authenticity of these rumors.