Google’s Pixel 6a joins its best-selling flagship phones — the Pixel 6 and Pixel Pro. As announced in May at Google I/O, the new Pixel 6a is priced at $449 (£399).
Starting July 21, you can pre-order the Pixel 6a at Amazon (opens in new tab) or directly from the Google Store (opens in new tab) for $449. In the UK, the price is set at £399 or £16.63/mo. for 24 months. The Pixel 6a borrows the same two tone design as its predecessors, fast 5G wireless connectivity, and Titan M2 security features.
Google Pixel 6a pre-order
Google’s Pixel 6a packs the same system on chip found in the Pixel 6 Pro. It features a 6.1 inch OLED display, Google Tensor processor, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Google rates the phone’s 4410 mAh battery life at 24+ hours.
It basically offers the best features of Google’s premium phone for a more affordable price.
For capturing and recording images, it has a 12.2MP wide and 12 ultrawide lens dual camera on the back and an 8MP front camera. Google design engineers incorporated an under-display fingerprint sensor into the Pixel 6a for secure unlocking. No more memorizing passwords and pin codes.
So if you’re bargain shopping for a sub-$500 phone, the Pixel 6a is one to consider.