Steal deal! Google Pixel 6a price cut to just 10999 from a high of 43999

    Google Pixel 6a has seen a massive price cut on Flipkart. Nab this amazing phone for just Rs. 10999. Know how.

    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Dec 09 2022, 13:47 IST
    The affordable Google Pixel 6a phone announced
    Google Pixel 6a
    1/5 The Google Pixel 6a is priced at $449, making it one of the more affordable ‘premium’ smartphones in the market, Google has also confirmed its availability in India. It will be the first Pixel phone launched in India since the Pixel 4a. (Google)
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    2/5 The Google Pixel 6a is equipped with a 6.1-inch FHD+ OLED display with a refresh rate of 60Hz. It has a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 coating for screen protection. (Google)
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    3/5 The Google Pixel 6a has been announced in only one variant. The smartphone comes with 6GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of UFS 3.1 storage. It also has features such as under-display fingerprint sensor, Titan M2 security chip and more. (Google)
    Google Pixel 6a
    4/5 The USP of Google smartphones is the excellent camera that they pack, and the Pixel 6a continues this trend. The Pixel 6a has dual-camera setup at the back with a 12.2-megapixel wide-angle camera with a Sony IMX363 sensor and 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera with Sony IMX386 sensor. (Bloomberg)
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    5/5 With the Google Pixel 6a, the company has promised 3 years of OS updates and 5 years of security updates. (Bloomberg)
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    Google Pixel 6a can be purchased for just Rs. 10999 against its retail price of Rs. 43999. (Amritanshu / HT Tech)

    During this year's mega festival sale, several mid-range and premium smartphones have gone through impressive price cuts. This helped buyers to get great smartphones at the lowest cost ever. After the festive season sales ended, these prices shot up again. However, much to buyers' relief, some awesome deals are still available on feature-rich smartphones. One of these impressive deals is on Google Pixel 6a, which is now available at just Rs. 30999. Not just that, you can grab extra discounts beyond this with the help of bank offers and exchange deals. First of all, know why this makes a perfect match for your next smartphone.

    Google Pixel 6a has a new design with dual-tone colours and a bold visor. At 6.1 inches, the OLED display of Pixel 6a is bright and vivid. Also, Google has packed the new Tensor chip in the phone and runs Android 13 with the Material You theme from Google. However, it retains the same dual 12MP cameras as the Pixel 4a. Everything relies on a 4410mAh battery and 18W charging support. If you are looking for an affordable phone with some smart features and nice cameras, then the Google Pixel 6a is here for you. Know the Google Pixel 6a price cut deal here.

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    Google Pixel 6a price cut

    According to the e-commerce website, it is available at a price of Rs. 30999 for the 6GB RAM and 128GB storage variant. This is an interesting deal considering that it was launched at a price of Rs. 43999. This means you will be able to avail of a flat discount of Rs. 13000, a total of 29 percent.

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    On top of that, you have the option to avail of more discount via bank offers, including a 10 percent instant discount on Federal Bank Debit Cards, up to Rs. 1500, and 5 percent cashback on the Flipkart Axis Bank Card. Not just that, you can enjoy a massive up to Rs. 18500 discount while exchanging an old smartphone. However, this will be the maximum discount that you will be able to achieve while fulfilling all the conditions.

    After the whopping price cut, bank offers, and exchange deal, you will be able to nab the Google Pixel 6a at just Rs. 10999. However, we suggest you check the available value on your old smartphone before proceeding to buy this phone considering this effective price.

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