The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are launching this Fall, and Google already seems to have confirmed some of the launch countries for both phones. Google hasn’t confirmed any exact release dates yet. But it did confirm the Fall window. Which probably means that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will launch in the supported countries sometime around September or October.
As always though, shipping times will no doubt vary. So when the devices do release and you’re able to pre-order/purchase them, those ordering the earliest are likely to get the devices first as well. And if you’re planning to buy one yourself, buying early is recommended if you want to be among the first to get it.
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will launch in at least these 8 countries
So far, there are 8 different countries where Google will launch its upcoming phones. Spotted by Android Police, Google already has placeholder pages up for a handful of regions. And it’s quite likely that more will be discovered in the coming days and weeks. If they don’t all pop online throughout today.
The included regions that will get the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro so far are the US, the UK, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, Japan, and Taiwan. Some if not all of these regions are where Google has chosen to include in the launches of other products. Like Stadia Founders and Premiere edition bundles, for example.
Although there were at least 11 launch countries for Stadia, many of them are the same countries where the Pixel 6 will be available initially.
Is Google planning regional availability of certain colorways?
The Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro will each come in three different colors. With each device having its own two unique colors. Both models will come in black. For the unique colors, the Pixel 6 Pro will come in what looks like yellow and gray (or white?) options. While the Pixel 6 will have options for green and orange.
The reason regional availability seems like a possible scenario is because the Google Store France website only shows certain colors. This includes the Pixel 6 in black and green, and the Pixel 6 Pro in black. Yet every other page shows all three colors for each model. Something to keep in mind is that this could just be for the placeholder page.
When the phones actually launch, Google may offer all three colors of each model in all regions.