A fresh leak from Jon Prosser over at FrontPageTech suggests that the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro may not launch in September all things considered.
According to the information obtained by the insider, Google will open pre-orders for the Pixel 6 series on October 19. The phones would eventually go marked and hit store retires the following week, on October 28.
Prosser claims that these details come from a few of his best industry sources. It doesn’t necessarily mean that the September 13 dispatch date recently tipped on Weibo is completely out of the question. The Pixel 5 was also announced in September last year. However, if the October 19 pre-order date is accurate, as Prosser insists, it could very well be the day Google announces the Pixel 6 duo.
On the other hand, if Google makes the new Pixels official in September, it would mean a month-long wait for buyers who want to pre-book the devices. The company usually doesn’t have that big a gap between smartphone announcements and market accessibility.
Nevertheless, with this new leak, it seems Google will wait out the new iPhone 13 series before bringing its flagships to market. But we won’t know for sure until we hear from the company itself. The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro should be accessible basically in these eight countries at launch. Head to our dedicated rumor hub to know more about the phones.