Before announcing the Pixel 6 series, Google warned that the Pro model would be "expensive," aimed mostly at enthusiasts. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro prices have just leaked in the U.S., indicating that they may be among the cheapest flagships released this year.

The base Google Pixel 6 costs $599, according to Target's pre-listed pricing noticed by YouTuber M. Brandon Lee. Meanwhile, the price of the Google Pixel 6 Pro jumps up to $898.

Despite Google's cautions, these costs aren't considered outrageously high for flagships in 2021. Having promised significant advancements, the Pixel 6 would undercut the Pixel 5, which launched at a firmly mid-range price of $699.

If the Pixel 6 Pro's speculated price structure is correct, it will easily undercut the $999 Galaxy S21 Plus and $969 OnePlus 9 Pro.

It's unclear whether Target's figures are merely estimates, but they're certainly more appealing when compared to rumored pricing in Europe and the U.K. The Pixel 6 was spotted at €649 ($758) in Europe, while the Pixel 6 Pro could start at €899 ($1,050).

Roland Quandt of WinFuture thinks that the 128GB Pixel 6 Pro will cost £849 ($1,166) in the U.K., while the 256GB model will cost £949 ($1,303). While Amazon is said to have provided the pricing information, the costs are not official.

However, we won't have to wait long for pricing confirmation. On Oct. 19, Google will reveal its next flagship smartphone series.

The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be the event's highlight. The disparities between the two will be significant.

The Pixel 6 will have a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080x2340px and a refresh rate of 90Hz, while the Pixel 6 Pro will have a 1440x3120px LTPO AMOLED display with a configurable 120Hz refresh rate. A 4,600mAh battery will power the Pixel 6, while a 5,000mAh battery will power the Pixel 6 Pro.

The new 50MP 1/1.3-inch Samsung GN1 sensor will be shared between the two cameras. They'll almost certainly share the 12MP ultrawide camera, which may or may not have autofocus. We're assuming the ultrawide will be fixed-focus because there's no mention of it in the leaked advertising materials.