Google announced the arrival of the Pixel 6 series earlier this month. Under the series, tech giant will launch two new flagship smartphones, including the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Ahead of the launch of the Google Pixel 6 series, the tech giant announced the closure of its two popular Pixel devices, the Pixel 4 with 5G and the Pixel 5.
Commenting on this, a Google spokesperson said, “According to our current forecast, we expect the Google Store in the United States to sell the Pixel 4A (5G) and Pixel 5 in the weeks following the launch of the Pixel 5A (5G). Delivery through some partners will continue as long as supply lasts. ”
Closed at Pixel 4, Pixel 5
Coming from a report Edge, Both Pixel devices are currently listed with tags sold on Google’s official online store. It is said that the Pixel 4A and Pixel 5 will be available on other retail platforms until the stock runs out.
Shutting down the Pixel 4 makes sense because the company recently launched the Pixel 5. Google launched the Pixel 5 earlier this month in select markets, not including India.
The Pixel 5 is only available in Japan and the United States. It comes as a surprise to consumers in India because the Pixel 4a was well received in the country.
The Pixel 6 series is coming soon
The tech giant has confirmed the launch of the Pixel 6 series, including the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, this fall. The exact launch date has not yet been announced by the brand. The predecessor of the Pixel 6, the Dixed Pixel 5, has not been launched in India and is also expected for the upcoming flagship level Pixel devices. However, Google has not yet released details of the availability of the upcoming flagship Pixel device.
Ahead of the official release, Google has confirmed some details about the upcoming Pixel 6 series. The two smartphones under the series will be powered by Google’s own Tensor chipset. The tech giant has further confirmed that its upcoming flagship smartphones will be shipped without a charger in the box.
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