Google Pixel 6a receives permanent price cut following Pixel 7a release
It appears that Google has permanently cut the price of the Pixel 6a, which it continues to sell alongside the Pixel 7a. While the company has not announced anything, in fact Google no longer displays the Pixel 6a on its homepage, the handset has received price reductions in multiple markets. Incidentally, leakers like Jon Prosser claimed that this would be the case last month, albeit without specifying the Pixel 6a's price going forward.
As far as we can tell, Google has reduced the Pixel 6a to US$349, or £349 in the UK and €409 in the Eurozone. In other words, the Pixel 6a is US$100, £100 and €100 cheaper than the Pixel 7a. It is worth stressing that the Pixel 6a regularly dipped lower earlier this year during Google's many sale periods.
This price cut applies to third-party retailers too, which are already selling the Pixel 6a at its new price. However, Amazon has undercut Google's new pricing in most markets. For example, the handset is available for US$329 or £315 on Amazon, unlike other third-party retailers. Please see our Pixel 6a review for our full thoughts on the device.