These days as our internet gets faster, our phones have better processors and better displays, and our cameras are sporting higher-resolution sensors, our media content has gotten a lot bigger in terms of file size. This is why many smartphones these days offer a lot more storage than they did back in the day.
Unfortunately for customers shopping on Verizon, if you were hoping to pick up the 512GB variant of the Pixel 6 Pro, then it looks like you might be out of luck as the carrier has basically stopped selling that particular variant on its website, although astute observers might have noticed that the carrier has typically listed this model as being out of stock, so it shouldn’t be too surprising that it is now gone.
Keep in mind that there are plenty of other venues where you can grab yourself the 512GB model of the Pixel 6 Pro. The Google Store itself does have the model in stock in both unlocked and Verizon options, so if you do want to use the phone on Verizon’s network, the Google Store is probably your best bet.
Oddly enough it isn’t offered if you’re trying to buy it for Google Fi or AT&T, so that’s something to note. We’re not sure why Verizon has opted to take down the listing for the 512GB model, but if you are looking to buy it, you’ll have to look elsewhere now.