Google Pixel 6 Pro listed on Amazon UK, base version starts at £849

Michail, 18 October 2021

In yet another price leak for the Google Pixel 6 series, Amazon UK listed the 6 Pro model in both its 128GB and 256GB versions. The former is accompanied by a £849 asking price in the Light Yellow (Sunny) colorway while the more spacious 256GB model listed in Stormy Black will apparently sell for £949. These prices stack up reasonably against the previously leaked US pricing of $898 for the Pixel 6 Pro and the €899 figure seen in European retailer networks.

The two Amazon listings also bring detailed specs for the 6 Pro. There’s confirmation of a 6.71-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and a 1440 x 3120-pixel resolution. The phone is also expected to pack an optical under-display fingerprint scanner.

Google Pixel 6 Pro listed on Amazon UK, base version starts at £849

There’s a 50MP main cam with OIS alongside a 48MP telephoto module capable of 4x optical zoom and a 12MP ultrawide snapper. The phone will use a 5nm custom Tensor chip and 12GB RAM. The software front will be covered by Google’s Android 12. Shipments on Amazon UK are expected to start from November 1.

We’ve prepared a quick write up with what to expect from tomorrow’s Google event and as usual we'll have all the key announcements lined up on our homepage after the event concludes.

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