Google did a lot of good last year with the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, but not all of the upgrades from the disappointing 2020 Pixel 5 mid-ranger got the credit or attention they probably deserved.
Through a new bug that has popped up pretty much every week since these two Tensor powerhouses made their commercial debut and limited availability for select models, the 512GB storage configuration of the 6.7-inch Pixel 6 Pro has gone largely unnoticed and presumably unpurchased.
Not uncommon for other Android smartphone manufacturers, this was actually a first for Google, which is putting a big smile on the faces of (some) digital hoarders who might otherwise find it difficult to feed their addiction without a microSD card slot or free unlimited photo storage.
Like all good things in life, the 512 gig Pixel 6 Pro is coming to an end, somewhat surprisingly disappear from Verizon’s online store
without a trace. As reported by 9To5Google
however, the leading airline had been out of stock for a long time, so we probably shouldn’t be too shocked by this recent website change.
What’s worse is that the The Verizon-specific 512GB Pixel 6 Pro in Stormy Black is also currently “out of stock” on Google’s own official US e-store, with potential buyers only allowed to join a “waiting list” that may never mean anything.
The rest of the color options have never been paired with half a terabyte of internal storage, but on the plus side, at least Big G still sells the unlocked black-coated Pixel 6 Pro in its highest-end version. for $1,099.
Of course, you may rightly ask yourself whether it makes sense to spend a small fortune on an outdated device now that the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro are around the corner, and the answer largely depends on your patience… and resistance to bugs.
The truth is the recently revealedThe teased Pixel 7 duo is far from ready for primetime, and of course there are no guarantees that you’ll be able to get a 512GB storage configuration from the Pro model in many places shortly after the phones are properly unveiled in the fall. Meanwhile, the Pixel 6 Pro undeniably remains one of the most common best phones you can buy… as long as you can live with all those bugs that come and go month after month.