Recent Leaks Suggest that the Google Pixel 6 Might Launch On October 19

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We have been expecting the Google Pixel 6 and the Google Pixel 6 Pro to launch somewhere in the middle of October. Droid life reported, that a Facebook user got an advertisement that suggests the launch date could be the 19th of October.

This advertisement is from an Australia based carrier, Telstra. The advertisement asks the user to register their interest in the upcoming Pixel device but the deadline to do so would be the 19th of October. What this suggests is after the 19th of October you would already know about the device and that can only happen if the device is launched on 19th October.

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Google has been teasing the device since a long time now but has not announced an official launch date for the device. Android 12 is expected to launch on the 4th of October. Google will make sure the Pixel 6 lineup runs on their latest OS out of the box.

Read more: Android 12 Might Launch on 4th October

The Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 pro are on display in a store in New York. The wallpapers of the Pixel 6 have also been leaked yesterday. The phone will also support 33W fast charging speeds has been confirmed. The leaks of this device keep piling up.

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Google Pixel 6 on display in a NY store. Credit: u/rami1190

Read More: Download the Pixel 6 Wallpapers

The hype the Pixel 6 lineup is generating day after day speaks how well Google is marketing its device. Even after practically revealing the device in August, the Pixel 6 lineup can be said to be one of the most anticipated phone launch events this year.

Read More: Google Pixel 6 Will Offer Higher Charging Speeds Than Its Predecessors

Are you also wondering how well the Tensor chip will work? Or are you just excited to finally see a flagship by Google that meets all the current flagship standards? Do let us know in the comments below.

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