If the rumors from global markets are to be believed, Google plans to respond to the biggest players by offering solid, more affordable smartphones.
Google has revealed almost everything about its new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro models, except their price. Although it was reported that the Pixel 6 would cost between $749 and $850, and the Pro version $1049–1099, new data suggests that Google could give up most of the margin in order to reach a wider range of customers.
So, the price of the Pixel 6 – according to information published on PhoneArena – could be $599 (for the model with 128 GB of memory), or $900 for the Pro model.
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 have a 6.4-inch screen of 90 Hz refresh rate and a 6.7-inch screen of 120 Hz refresh rate, respectively. Both models have identical main and ultra-wide cameras, but the Pro also has a 4.0x telephoto camera. What makes these phones unique, both in terms of Google and its competition, is that they will be powered by Google’s Tensor chips. These are the first smartphone chips designed by Google, so it should be interesting to see how Tensor will handle the most powerful Snapdragons and iPhone processors.