- An eagle-eyed Redditor has spotted a new leak of the Google Pixel 6 price.
- In Germany, the phone could go for €649 (~$758) and include a pair of expensive headphones for free from one retailer.
- This matches an earlier price leak, making us pretty confident this is accurate.
Earlier this week, we finally got an official confirmation of when we’ll see Google’s next Pixel phones launch: October 19. With that date on the calendar, we now know pretty much everything there is to know about the phones. That is, except for one small thing — pricing.
Thanks to Redditor /u/the_amazing_rock, though, we now have a pretty good idea of what to expect. According to an image leaked from German retailer Saturn, one of that nation’s largest electronics chains allegedly plans to set the Google Pixel 6 price at €649 (~$758). What’s more, the leaked ad snippet claims you could get a set of Bose Noise-Cancelling Headphones 700 for free with your purchase. Those headphones cost $400 just on their own!
Check out the leaked ad image here:
The €649 price matches a previous leak we’ve seen. Judging from the consistency of these leaks, it appears to be a safe bet that that could the Google Pixel 6 price in the end.
Do note that the ad copy suggests this deal goes from October 19 — the confirmed Pixel 6 launch date — to October 27, roughly a week later. It’s possible that could be the official pre-order window for the phones, meaning October 27 could be the day the Pixel 6 might be on store shelves.
Now, pricing very rarely carries over dot-for-dot across the pond. That means it is unlikely the Pixel 6 would cost $649 here. However, it could cost $799 or even $749, which would put it in direct competition with something like the Samsung Galaxy S21. That’s not bad at all!