The Google Pixel 6a was announced during Google I/O last month. Back then, Google announced that the phone will be available in 13 countries. Those countries are Australia, Canada, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, the UK, and the US.
This is how much the Pixel 6a will cost in your country (in your currency)
Having said that, we’re here to share the price tags for all those countries. In the list below, you’ll see the Pixel 6a price next to the aforementioned countries (in their local currency), in alphabetical order. We’ll also put converted price tags to the US dollars down there, just for comparison’s sake.
Pixel 6a price across 13 countries:
- Australia – A$749 ($532)
- Canada – CA$599 ($472)
- France – €459 ($488)
- Germany – €459 ($488)
- India – N/A
- Ireland – €459 ($488)
- Italy – €459 ($488)
- Japan – ¥53,900 ($402)
- Singapore – SGD749 ($542)
- Spain – €459 ($488)
- Taiwan – NTD13,990 ($473)
- United Kingdom – £399 ($499)
- United States – $599
There you have it. Do note that the phone is coming to India, but Google still didn’t announce its price tag. The Pixel 6a won’t be coming to India at the same time as in the other countries (late July), it will launch later in the year.
The phone will go on pre-order on July 21, and on sale on July 28
The Google Pixel 6a pre-orders will start on July 21, while the device will go on sale on July 28. That’s when it will happen in all the listed countries except India.
As you can see, based on the converted price tags (on June 10 conversion rate), the Pixel 6a will be the most affordable in Japan. That is a bit surprising, but there you have it.
The Pixel 6a comes with the Google Tensor SoC, and the Pixel 6 design in a smaller form factor. It will feature a 6.1-inch fullHD+ display with a 60Hz refresh rate. The phone will also include 6GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of UFS 3.1 flash storage. If you need more information, click here.