Google starts selling Pixel 6 and 6 Pro in Singapore
Google is very, very slowly making some progress in distributing its phones in more places. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro started off being offered in only a handful of territories, which increased to eleven earlier this month with the devices launching in Italy and Spain.
And now, ladies and gentlemen - we finally have a dozen! Google's done it, and taken the Pixel 6 duo to Singapore. You can buy the Pixel 6 for SGD 999 in Stormy Black or Sorta Seafoam, or the Pixel 6 Pro for SGD 1,299 in Cloudy White or Stormy Black.Google Pixel 6
Each phone is thus missing a color option, but that's not all - you can only purchase them with 128GB of storage. And let's not forget that's not expandable. It's a weird move, this, but perhaps Google just wants to start slow?
Anyway, the phones are available to buy from the Google Store, and you can also get translucent cases in three colors for the 6 and four colors for the 6 Pro. Each of those will cost you SGD 49.
If you're on the fence about either of these newest, blingest Pixels, our in-depth reviews will help you decide whether one of them is for you. Here's our take on the Pixel 6, and on the Pixel 6 Pro.
- 18 Feb 2022
They should have dropped the price a little given they are technically competing against the S22 line up and the s21Fe in Singapore now.. had it been available at release date and lack of all the bad advertising, i probably would have been using a pi...
- 17 Feb 2022
Yes, which is the richest country in SE Asia, very lax import regulations, and have 3 Apple stores, meaning it's probably the only place where people are able to spend $1000 for the Pixel 6. Any other countries, people would laugh at the price. ...
- 16 Feb 2022
Selected country upon release, limited availability production shortage and fatal bugs from the SoC -- people who wanted buy cannot buy, and are know of the issues before even their country get an official release... and Google wonder why they fail o...