Google Pixel 6a priced at $449 on launch! $100 discount available on Verizon
The much anticipated Pixel 6a has been priced at $449 on launch. The device is now available for preorder on a number of websites providing services across the US. The tech giant has announced about the handset way back during its I/O conference in May. However, the wait is over now and the fans can pre-order the handset. You can even get a $100 discount. Here is where you can pre-order the Google Pixel 6a from.
Where to preorder the Pixel 6a from?
The Pixel 6A price is $449.99 for the 128GB storagevariant. It is available for pre-order at the Google Store, Best Buy, and Amazon. The device has interesting color variants - sage green, chalk white, or charcoal black. You can also get it from Verizon. Though it would cost you $50 more overall, you'll also get the carrier's 5G ultra wideband support along with the handset. The 5G service provider also lets you pay the amount in monthly installments starting at $13.88 per month for 36 months.
And if you're upgrading your 5G carrier at Verizon and choose one of its 5G Unlimited plans, you'll get a $100 discount on the total which will be reimbursed to you in monthly chunks over a 36-month period.
There are some more attractive deals by T Mobile and Bestbuy. T Mobile is giving away $300 off on the phone (also via bill credits) with eligible trade-in.
Google Pixel 6a specifications
Compared to the 6.4-inch Pixel 6, the Pixel 6A is more palm-friendly. It comes with a 6.1-inch OLED screen with a 60Hz refresh rate, two rear cameras comprising a 12.2-megapixel main camera, a 12-megapixel ultra wide lens with a 114-degree field of view and an 8-megapixel selfie cam. It is powered with Google's own Tensor GS101 chipset, 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. The battery is 4306 mAh (min) with 18W charging support.