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Google’s Mid-Range Pixel Gets a Deep Discount

A concept render of the Pixel 6a in piano black.
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Google’s Pixel 7 smartphone hit the shelves earlier this month, but if you’re not looking for a high-end phone a cheaper option is available. The mid-range Google Pixel 6A is available at both Amazon and Best Buy for 33% less than its sticker price.

Although the 6A is a whole number less than its recently launched flagship option, it’s not an older device. It actually came out three months ago and can now be picked up for just $300. The phone comes with a 6.1-inch FHD+ screen, Google Tensor SoC processor, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of internal memory.

There are also some downsides. The camera isn’t particularly brilliant, the phone has a smaller battery than some other models, and it lacks higher-end features like wireless charging. Still, it was a solid phone for $450, and with an extra $150 off, it’s arguably the best device in that price bracket.

Although we don’t know exactly how long the offer will last, it is definitely a limited-time deal. Best Buy has it listed as a Black Friday offer, but that particular annual sales event is over a month away and there are no guarantees the Pixel 6A won’t be back to full price by late November.

Google Pixel 6A

Google’s mid-range phone is available at a pretty deep discount

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