Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro: the new flagships did not receive unlimited space in Google Photos

Google's latest flagship smartphones, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, won't get unlimited storage on Google Photos. But the service until recently was free not only for Pixel owners but also for users of other smartphones.

But since June 1 of this year, Google has decided to reduce the amount of free storage available to Google account holders to 15 GB. Previously taken photos will be saved, but if the amount exceeds 15 GB, users must pay a subscription for the additional storage space.

While Google hasn't made any public announcements, this summer the search giant confirmed to various trusted sources like The Verge that Pixel owners are losing their free unlimited photo storage right like everyone else. With the release of the new Pixel 6, the company was completely silent about free storage in Google Photos, in fact, confirming this information.

In the US, the Google One plan (which lets you buy space that's used by all of your Google platforms like Google Photos and Gmail) runs from $ 2 per month for 100GB to $ 150 per month for 30TB.

Google announced last year that it would take most users three years to fill their free 15GB of photos, according to an internal estimate.

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