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Deal | Google Pixel 7a drops back to its record-low price

Google Pixel 7a gets back to its all-time low price tag (Image source: Notebookcheck)
Google Pixel 7a gets back to its all-time low price tag (Image source: Notebookcheck)
The Google Pixel 7a saw a $50 price bump from its predecessor, making it barely sit at the “affordable” price range. But frequent deals do make it offer more value than at launch. A good example would be this deal, which has brought the mid-range smartphone back to its all-time low price of $374.

People had mixed opinions about the Google Pixel 7a when it launched. After all, A-series smartphones had a history of being reasonably affordable to the non-A variants. But the launch price difference for the latest Google mid-range smartphone was just $100 from the non-Pro Pixel 7.

The good news is that the Pixel 7a currently has a much more attractive price tag than at launch. It’s enjoying a 25% discount on Amazon and Best Buy, which drops the latest mid-range Google smartphone to $374 from $499. It’s the all-time low price tag for the Android phone, so it doesn’t really get better than this.

In our in-depth review, the Google Pixel 7a got a respectable 87% score, meaning our impression of the smartphone was good. We found that Google did many things right with this mid-range Android phone, including a bright OLED screen that can reproduce accurate colors.

Speaking of the display, the Pixel 7a is the first Google mid-range phone to pack a high refresh rate screen. While the predecessors came with a standard 60 Hz panel, the 7a bumps it to 90 Hz. Yes, 90 Hz is still less smooth and fluid than the 120 Hz displays that many mid-range Android phones come with, but it’s much better than 60 Hz.

However, where the Google Pixel 7a really shines is the camera. The primary 64 MP camera on the back offered solid performance in our review, mostly for Google’s computational photography tricks. It also has a good 13 MP selfie camera and a versatile 13 MP secondary ultra-wide sensor on the back.

In addition, you get a tailored Android experience that’s fine-tuned by Google, which also comes with many Pixel-exclusive features. Other highlights include IP67 certification, wireless charging, good battery life, WiFi 6E, and USB 3.2. You can learn more about the Pixel 7a from the video attached below.

Disclaimer: Notebookcheck is not responsible for price changes carried out by retailers. The discounted price or deal mentioned in this item was available at the time of writing and may be subject to time restrictions and/or limited unit availability.


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Abid Ahsan Shanto, 2024-02- 6 (Update: 2024-02- 6)