Deal | Google Pixel 6a gets an enticing 22% discount and drops to its lowest price yet ahead of Pixel 7 release
The Google Pixel series of smartphones does not need an introduction, as most Android fans are well aware of the fact that the search engine behemoth's compact and most affordable Pixel device offers a very decent price-to-performance ratio. This is particularly true when the Pixel 6a can be found for a steeply discounted sale price, which is currently the case at Amazon.
The e-commerce leader now offers the aforementioned Google Pixel 6a in all three color variants for just US$349, which is US$100 or roughly 22 percent off the original MSRP of US$449. This budget-friendly Android smartphone comes with 128GB of internal storage and 5G capabilities, but it does not offer a headphone jack, SD card slot or wireless charging. According to the price tracker at Camelcamelcamel, this is Amazon's lowest ever price for the unlocked Google Pixel 6a, but alternatively, this deal can also be found at Best Buy and some other major retailers in the US.
We just recently put the Google Pixel 6a through its paces as part of our comprehensive review, and we found that the 6.1-inch AMOLED gets quite bright for a smartphone in this price range, and we also praised the included always-on functionality. Furthermore, we liked the fast Google Tensor SoC, the powerful dual-camera setup as well as the long software update guarantee. Overall, the Google Pixel 6a is a well-rounded mid-range smartphone for bargain hunters, who are not inclined to spend more money for the upcoming Google Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro. Considering its now discounted sale price of just US$349, this compact smartphone certainly has a lot to offer for regular users who don't necessarily need a screen with a higher refresh rate.
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