$499 On Amazon, the Google Pixel 6 is presently out of stock. {Revision: Waitlist}

The Pixel 6 was reduced by $100 to $499 yesterday as part of a rather significant three-day promotion, and Amazon is already sold out.

Update 7/13: The ability to purchase the 128GB Pixel 6 has been added to the direct from Amazon page, although it’s not clear when it will come. Only the Stormy Black version of the $499 Pixel 6 is eligible for this opportunity to order via Amazon.com during this time.

To get back in stock, we are actively working. Once we have an anticipated delivery date, we will email you after you place your order. No payment will be taken until the item ships.

Original 7/12: (Ships from/Sold by) from Amazon in the US no longer ships or sells the 128GB Pixel 6. The 256BM model is still available for $599 in Stormy Black or Sorta Seafoam.

Fortunately, it is still available at the Google Store in every configuration, and delivery may begin by the end of the week. The Google $100 discount expires on Wednesday, July 13 at 11:59 p.m. PT, and it is expected that other merchants will do the same.

The $200 off Pixel 6 Pro promotion is still active through Sunday, along with a number of other accessory and smart home bargains.

If Google intends to refill the Pixel 6 on Amazon before the discount expires is unknown. Since the Pixel 7 won’t be available for another few months, inventory will probably return. The company probably gained some customers waiting for the $449 Pixel 6a at the end of the month by offering it for $499. Observed on Monday:

With last year’s phone, you get a slightly larger screen (6.4 vs. 6.1), 90Hz refresh rate as opposed to 60Hz, Gorilla Glass Victus as opposed to Gorilla Glass 3, a slightly larger battery (4,614 mAh vs. 4,410 mAh) with wireless charging, IP68 as opposed to IP67 water/dust resistance, 8GB as opposed to 6GB of RAM, and a better main camera (50 MP Octa PD Quad Bayer vs. 12.2 MP dual pixel).

Unless you specifically want the tiniest possible Pixel, it is actually an obvious purchase.
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