Google Pixel 6 AD Unveils Its Price Before Its Time!

While Google's new Pixel 6 and 6 Pro won't be available for another two weeks, a bundle combining a Pixel 6 with a Bose headset has already been found at a German retailer, confirming much of what we already knew.

Google Pixel 6 AD Unveils Its Price Before Its Time!

The well-known Saturn store chain has already announced a fantastic deal for the Pixel 6. The smartphone is listed for 649 dollars, which is the same price as that which was leaked a few weeks ago.

The Pixel 6 Pro, on the other hand, was rumored to be priced at 899 dollars, but we'll have to wait to find out for sure. From October 19 through October 27, the Saturn store will give away a pair of Bose Headphones 700 with any Pixel 6 pre-order.

Confirmation of Pixel 6 Specifications

Saturn has confirmed most of the technical details of the Pixel 6 in addition to announcing the pricing, offer, and pre-order gift. Indeed, we now know that the smartphone will have dual 50 MP and 12 MP cameras on the back, as well as an 8 MP front camera for selfies.

The phone will come with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, as well as a fingerprint sensor embedded beneath the screen. The image also indicates the reintroduction of facial recognition, which had previously been replaced by a fingerprint sensor.

As a result, Google lovers will have a new way to unlock their phones. Finally, the Pixel 6 will be backed by a 4,620mAh battery that should last an entire day on its 6.4in FHD + display.

As a reminder, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be available for pre-order on October 19 and in shops on October 28. We're excited to see how much these new models are worth, especially Google's new Tensor chip's performance.

New Pixel Stand Demonstrated in Official Images

New official pictures of the Pixel 6 were also shared by noted leaker Evan Blass, which revealed a new Pixel Stand for wireless charging. The Google Pixel 6 will be compatible with wireless charging up to 23W, as previously leaked.

Until now, the Pixel Stand, which costs 79$ on Google's website, could charge Pixel smartphones with a maximum power of 10 W. The power of this next generation could increase to at least 20W.

The power adaptor for the Pixel 6 is also seen in Evan Blass' pictures, which, as we previously reported, will not be included in the smartphone box. With a USB-C to USB-C connector, the smartphone should be able to be recharged at a maximum power of 33 W.

Other photographs show the smartphone totally submerged, confirming the presence of the IP68 water and dust resistant certification. On the back of the Pixel 6 Pro, Evan Blass verifies the presence of three sensors: 50 MP, 12 MP, and 48 MP.

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