Google launched the Pixel 7a last week, making it the latest handset in Google’s series of Pixel A devices. It did, however, come with a bump in price by $50, making it more expensive than its predecessor, the Pixel 6a.
If you cannot justify paying $500 for the Pixel 7a, then you’re in luck. This is because over on Amazon, there is a refurbished version of the Pixel 6a which is going for a mere $250. This is half the price of the Pixel 7a, and it is even cheaper than what Amazon had previously listed the phone for!
This makes it the cheapest Pixel phone that you can get right now, and at this price it is honestly a steal if you want the best Android phone experience. We’re not sure how long this deal will last, but don’t sleep on it or you might regret it!
- 6.1" FHD+ up to 60Hz, OLED, HDR at 429 ppi, 1080x2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio, Android 12, upgradable to Android 13, 4410mAh...
- 128GB ROM, 6GB RAM, Octa-core, Google Tensor (5 nm), Mali-G78 MP20, Bluetooth 5.2
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