Although you can’t actually pre-order the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro right now, we have learned that the device will be coming to at least eight different countries. This is quite a bit more than where Google claims the Pixel 5a will arrive, whenever it actually is announced and made available.
With the Pixel 5, Google launched its 2020 “flagship” in a total of nine different countries. And thanks to the various landing pages for the Google Store in different countries, the list of countries that will offer the Pixel 6 series is down to eight.
The only country missing from this list compared to the Pixel 5 is the Republic of Ireland. Currently, you can “sign up” to be notified once more information about the Pixel 6 series is made available. You’ll just need to click the appropriate link above for your country then tap the Sign Up button in the middle of the page.
It’s possible that Google will bring its 2021 flagship lineup to more countries, but we’ll have to wait and see what the plans are on that front. Considering that this is being touted as the “Google Phone”, it’s clear that the company is going to go all out in an effort to take gain some of the market share left behind by LG.
After seeing a 7% drop in market share with the likes of the Pixel 4a, 4a 5G, and Pixel 5, Google needs to swing for the fences with the Pixel 6. From everything we’ve seen so far, from the Tensor chip and an updated camera system, along with Android 12 on board, the stars may be aligning for Google to truly take on Samsung and Apple and become one of the biggest smartphone brands in the world.