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Rumor has it that Google’s ‘Pixel Pass’ subscription will offer annual phone upgrades

Rumor machine: Google may not have much else to reveal at its next Pixel event, given all the leaks and rumors surrounding its highly anticipated phones. The latest rumor suggests the company will launch the devices with a “Pixel Pass” subscription that combines hardware and software benefits for Pixel owners. For a monthly subscription, subscribers will benefit from a “regular” phone upgrade path and will have access to Google One, YouTube Premium, Play Pass and the Google Fi network. Pixel Pass, which also unlocks the device’s extended warranty, may initially be available only to US customers.

The ‘Pixel Pass’ could soon add to the dizzying amount of subscriptions, this time bringing all of Google’s services to owners of the next Pixel 6. Google seems to have put a lot of effort into its next flagship phone, including a personalized SoC, a completely redesigned Android experience and a major overhaul of the phone that certainly sets itself apart from the competition.

While the Pixel experience shines in some places and remains lackluster in others, Google is looking to fix the “Pixel Pass” issue in an effort to keep users tied to its platform by bundling several of its hardware and services together. software in one package.

According to Mr Brandon Lee of This is Tech Today, Google’s subscription combines Apple’s iPhone-style upgrade plan to keep them on the latest Pixel while giving them access to key proprietary services, including Google One. , Play Pass and YouTube Premium.

Subscribers will also benefit from network coverage from Google Fi, although getting an operator-unlocked phone through the Google Store is also an option. Plus, an extended device warranty that comes with Pixel Pass will likely give owners peace of mind if the hardware packs any build-quality surprises this time around.

Mr Brandon Lee’s tweets also reveal options and color suggestions for the standard Pixel 6 and its Pro variant. The former is apparently a “great value” device, which would cost $ 849, while Google’s first “business-grade” phone is expected to go four digits and cost $ 1,099.

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