Google officially confirmed the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro's existence yesterday and gave us an early look at the duo while also revealing a few features. And, while Google hasn't announced the Pixel 6 lineup's pricing yet, the Internet search giant has confirmed the availability of the two phones in eight countries: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Taiwan, the UK, and the US.
However, Google doesn't tell us the exact date of launch in these countries other than vaguely saying that the Pixel 6 pair will be up for purchase in these markets in September or sometime in Q4 2021. Besides, the number of countries in the list could increase after the launch event.
Google didn't detail the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro's specs sheets yesterday, but it did confirm that both smartphones will have the in-house developed Tensor chip at the helm, run Android 12 out of the box, and come in three colors.
The vanilla Pixel 6 will sport a 6.4" FullHD+ 90Hz screen while the Pro variant will pack a 6.7" QHD+ 120Hz curved display - both having centered punch holes for the selfie shooters.
The rear panels of the phones, reminiscent of the Nexus 6P, will feature wide and ultrawide angle cameras. But the Pixel 6 Pro will also have a 4x telephoto unit in tow.
Happy to see they include a country called Taiwan !!! well done google!!
The 5A is now available on Amazon through sellers who are importing it. Same was the case with the 5. I'm also miffed that Google chose to ignore India a third year in a row. Seriously looking at migrating to a Samsung or even an Apple. At least...