Get the unbeatable Pixel 6a while it's the cheapest it has ever been

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Get the unbeatable Pixel 6a while it's the cheapest it has ever been
Google's incredible Pixel 6a, which is a midranger in name only, has fallen to its lowest price yet in Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale.

Google's affordable phones are some of the best in business and Google went a step ahead with the Pixel 6a by giving it flagship power. The phone is fueled by the proprietary Tensor chip, the same SoC that also powers the Pixel 6 duo. Moreover, the first-gen Tensor is almost as fast as Pixel 7's Tensor G2, so you will be all set performance-wise if you opt for the more affordable Pixel 6a.

The phone was already reasonably priced at $449, and today, in honor of the October Prime day, Amazon has discounted it by 27 percent and is selling it for only $329, which is an all-time low price. 

Google Pixel 6a

6.1 inches screen | Google Tensor chip | Dual 12.2 MP + 12MP camera | 4,410mAh battery

The Pixel 6a has the same unique and refreshing design as the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro and its 6.1-inch OLED display is great for those who don't like enormous phones.

The Tensor chip is not only sufficiently fast and efficient, but it also brings many AI capabilities, which makes Google's phone stand out. It's mated with 6GB of LPDDR5 memory and 128GB of storage.

The phone has the same 12MP ultrawide and 8MP front cameras as the Pixel 6, and Pixel 5a's trusty 12.2MP sensor. The camera system produces exceptional daylight photos and is also good at nighttime photography. The camera also boasts software-enabled features such as Magic Eraser for getting rid of unwanted things in a picture, and Night Sight for low-light photography

The phone packs a 4,410mAh cell and should last a day. 

Google's 2022 midranger is hard to beat if you are looking for an affordable phone and now that it's down to $329, you should get it with closed eyes.

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