Google‘s foray into the flagship is currently going through some shipment delays and inventory release date. On the first day of the release of the Pixel 6 Series, Google has informed its customers that the phone is experiencing delivery delays or is currently low on stock.
If you head over to the product’s page on the Google Store, it shows you a native that some Pixel 6 Pro models may be out of stock or may take longer to ship than expected because of high demand.
We do understand this, given that the Pixel 6 Series is easily one of the most sought-after devices in the market, especially when you factor in that Samsung is the only viable choice for many people looking for a complete flagship experience.
Not to forget, we are in the midst of a semiconductor shortage, so that is another thing one must take into account, this might not sit well with a lot of users, especially those who have waited a long time for a true Google flagship.
If you head over to the Google Store right now to place an order for the phone, you will be asked to join a waitlist so you can get a notification about when the phone is restocked. Those who have already ordered the phone are also in for a disappointment as their estimated delivery dates have been pushed back.
Google is also suggesting that you look for availability at other authorized dealers, still, the same case will happen with other retailers because the stock is indeed short from the back.
Thankfully, if you want to go for the vanilla Pixel 6, then you are in luck, as you can easily find that phone at nearly every outlet. Sure, you will miss out on some features, but it is a small price to pay if you are hell-bent on getting an actual flagship experience from Google.
Have you ordered the Google Pixel 6 Pro or the Google Pixel 6? How has your purchase experience been?
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