Poll: Google Pixel 6 price leaks. Would you buy one? Yes... but there's a catch!
UPDATE: Good news for Google! Nearly 70% of the voters would buy a Pixel 6 at $749. That's quite interesting but in light of the recent development, the price might not be so tempting. According to the latest leak, the non-pro version of the Pixel phone will cost $850 in its entry-level configuration in the US. Nothing is set in stone yet but if this rumor turns out to be true, we should expect much less excitement and early adoption for this device.
Back in August, we asked you how much are you willing to pay for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. It turned out that the sweet spot for the Pixel 6 price-wise was somewhere around $700 (or $699 if we want to talk like salesmen).
Now, thanks to a German retailer, we know the official pricing for the vanilla version of the next Google flagship phone, and surprise - it’s €649 ($749) for the 8/128GB model. That’s $50 on top of your preferred price but wait, there’s more.
According to the image, posted by the Reddit user the_amazing_rock, Google will bundle a pair of Bose 700 headphones with each Pixel, and these are worth €279.99 in Europe.
So, the question remains, or should we say, morphs to “Would you buy a Pixel 6” at this price and with this sweet bundle? My colleagues back at the office quickly circled around October 19th, and I’ve seen them wandering around, muttering “Bose 700” under their noses ever since the leak came out.
Vote in our poll and show Google some preliminary sales numbers, will you? Joking aside, the new Pixel 6 looks like a good deal, despite being a little more expensive than its predecessor. The phone features a bigger battery, a brand-new in-house developed Tensor chip, and an exciting design. But still, would you buy one?