Almost everything is already known about the Google Pixel 6 smartphones, the presentation of which is scheduled for October 19, except for their cost and the date of the start of sales. Now this information has been disclosed by a large German retailer Saturn, a photo of the advertising booklet of which has leaked to the network.
Previously, some sources stated that the Pixel 6 will go on sale in the European market for 649 euros, and the Pixel 6 Pro will cost 899 euros, although there were doubts about this information. However, it now seems that the price of the Pixel 6 is fixed, at least in the European market, and in fact will be 649 euros. Saturn’s promotional brochure also announces that pre-orders for the new product will run from October 19-27. Thus, the Pixel 6 will probably go on sale on October 28th.
Another curious point that the Saturn brochure reveals is that among the characteristics of the Pixel 6 is facial recognition. This feature debuted on the Pixel 4, but disappeared on the Pixel 5, and is now likely to return to the Pixel 6.