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Google’s Pixel 6a has hit a new low price after going on sale just a week ago. You can pick one up now for $370 in Charcoal or Sage colors for a savings of $79 off the regular price (19 percent off)—$20 off the previous offer. That’s a great price for an already affordable near-new handset that offers a lot for the money.
Buy Pixel 6a at Amazon – $370
The Pixel 6a is a top mid-range smartphone that offers the same Tensor chip as the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro while giving you the purest Android experience. It offers excellent camera quality for the price, with the dual 12MP rear cameras and 8MP front sensor delivering bright, colorful images and videos. It also comes with a very distinctive design, along with a sharp 6.1-inch screen, long-lasting battery, and more.
Of course, you don’t get everything in the flagships. The 60Hz refresh rate isn’t as smooth as Samsung’s higher-end Pixels or A53. Storage is limited to 128GB, there’s no wireless charging and Google has dropped the headphone jack that we loved on the Pixel 5a – so you’ll need a dongle for wired audio. Still, there aren’t many other phones that can compete in this price range, especially considering the discount.
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