The latest information from the smartphone rumor mill suggests that Google has put in a bumper order of Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro units – indicating that the flagship handsets might be much more widely available than the Pixel 5a.
Nikkei Asia (via 9to5Google) has the scoop, saying that Google has asked its suppliers to boost production capacity for the Pixel phones by 50% – and that’s compared to pre-pandemic levels as well, not the cut-down production volumes of the last year or so.
Google reportedly shifted some 7 million handsets in 2019, and would appear to be aiming for at least that number with the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.
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