Google announced a bunch of products at its big hardware event. As expected, we saw the Google Pixel 5, its new $699 flagship 5G-ready phone. We also saw a more affordable Pixel 4A with 5G support that costs $499.
In the US, only the Pixel 5 is available for preorder with a release date of October 29th. The Pixel 4A 5G is coming to most countries in November and you can join a waitlist through the link below (it’s coming to Japan first on October 15th).
If you were interested in the new Chromecast, you won’t have to preorder that; it’s available starting today from a variety of retailers, including Best Buy and the Google Store. As for the Nest Audio, it will be available in 21 countries starting on October 5th.
Google Pixel 5
Prices taken at time of publishing.
Google’s latest flagship phone comes in one size, with a 6-inch OLED screen and 128GB of storage. However, you can choose between black or green colors. Prices start at $699. It’s available for preorder now and releasing October 29th.
Google Store $699 Best Buy $699