Though Google had initially officially announced that its upcoming Pixel 6 series will debut with its in-house Google Tensor chipset, it did not mention a specific timeline for its launch. Recently, reports suggested that the company will launch the Pixel 6 models on September 13, a day before Apple’s potential iPhone 13 series launch. However, a new report has emerged, stating that Google will unveil the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro on October 28.
The latest tip is from the reputable tipster Jon Prosser, who recently shared a report on the same. The tipster states that he was skeptical about the September 13 launch date that was previously leaked by the Weibo account Bald Panda. So, Prosser promised to look into it and double-check the information with his sources.
After contacting a few of his reliable sources, Prosser discovered that the Mountain View giant will not release the Pixel 6 models on September 13. Moreover, as per the tipster, releasing a flagship series a day before Apple’s “biggest event of the year” is not the best idea for a company.
As a result, Prosser now suggests that Google will make the Pixel 6 series available to buy on October 28, with pre-orders going live on October 19. Although there is no information on when Google will hold its #MadeByGoogle event to launch its flagship phones, Prosser guesses that it will be the same day when the pre-orders go live, which is October 19.
Google Pixel 6 Specifications (Rumored)
Now, as per the specifications of the Pixel 6 series – what we already know so far about both the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. According to previous rumors, it might feature Samsung’s 50MP ISOCELL GN1 camera sensor.
Furthermore, a high-level Google exec leak that the Pixel 6 Pro will come with an in-display fingerprint scanner. And, not to mention, Google has already confirmed that the Pixel 6 series will ship without a charging adapter in the box.