Google has confirmed that the Pixel 6 series will be launching on the 19th of October. We expect details like pricing and availability to be revealed then, but for those who can’t wait for the official details, it seems that thanks to German retailer Mediamarkt, the pricing of the phone might have been revealed.

This was initially discovered by journalist Nils Ahrensmeier who shared a photo of the German retailer’s pricing on his Twitter account. Assuming the retailer has the correct pricing information, the Pixel 6 will be priced at EUR 649. Note that this is just for the Pixel 6, so we expect that the larger Pixel 6 Pro will be priced slightly more, but exactly how much more is unclear.

The listing has also revealed the alleged specs of the phone, such as a dual camera system consisting of a 50MP + 12MP setup on the back, and an 8MP front-facing shooter. It will also come with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and a 4,620mAh battery, what from what we can guess, a fingerprint sensor.

The listing also mentions the phone’s display which will apparently be 6.4-inches with an FHD+ resolution. There’s no way to know for certain if this listing is accurate, so remember to check back with us on the 19th for the details.

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