Google is not waiting till the launch of its Pixel 6 line-up before releasing the discounts that will go live on the device. For something that is just making the market, this might be a way for the Android giant to encourage fast adoption so that they get all those initial sales and reviews rolling in.
This phone already has a lot of hype to go, also enjoying the fact that Google will be celebrating a birthday around the time of launch to celebrate 23 years as a search engine. Likewise, the search engine giant will only offer the discount to those who buy via the official stores, and in the countries where the phone has been launched to.
The Google store in the few countries where the phone will be sold outside of the US should get a $50-equivalent off the devices, which should not be too much for the company to manage anyway.
If you were buying something off the Australian version of the store today, you get as much as $70 off the price of the phone. The best part is that you get a discount code for 15% off on your order also, so it’s all good.
There is no information on everywhere this deal is supposed to go live yet, but we expect that Google rolls it to all the regions where the device will finally launch.