Google Pixel 6a Hits Historical Low Price, $369.99
You might dislike the Pixel-line models, but in a few years, this company could penetrate into the smartphone market and succeed. The next-gen Pixel models will hit the market very soon. As usually happens, before the launch of new models, the old ones get price cuts. The same happened with the Google Pixel 6a. Currently, this amazing mid-range costs as low as $370. This is a new low record after going on sale just a week ago.
In fact, two color variants of the Google Pixel 6a – “charcoal” or “sage” – have got a price off, $79. In effect, the handset costs $370. In other words, the current offer makes the phone’s price 19% lower than the original price.
If you still doubt whether this handset is worth your money, here are some highlights. The Google Pixel 6a comes with the same Tensor chip as the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. Plus, like other Pixel devices, it comes with the purest Android experience.
Google Pixel 6a Selling Points
Moreover, Pixel-family smartphones have always been known for their great camera performance. The 6a is no exception. On the back, it carries two 12-megapixel cameras. Whereas on the opposite side, we have an 8-MP sensor. They are capable of bringing bright, colorful pictures and videos.
Our protagonist adopts a design similar to other Pixel models. Plus, the sharp 6.1-inch screen, the long-lasting battery, and other features make it one of the best mid-rangers out there.
This is not a flagship smartphone, and we are not going to say it is. We mean the Pixel 6a still comes with a few shortcomings, such as a 60Hz refresh rate, 128GB of native storage, no wireless charging, and no audio jack. But when comparing its features with those of other similar models in this price range, it becomes obvious the Pixel 6a stands out.