We've raved about the Google Pixel 3a ever since it was released. From the already-affordable price tag to the insanely good camera that it comes equipped with, it quickly became one of our favorite devices. Right now, the value for money is even better with $120 off at Amazon. If you prefer a larger phone, the Pixel 3a XL is now $93 off at Amazon. These are some of the best price drops we've ever seen on the Pixel 3a devices, likely as the rumored Pixel 4a is on the horizon.
While the Google Pixel 4a is rumored to be released in the coming months, that doesn't mean you should skip out on the Pixel 3a, especially at this price. This is the lowest price we have ever seen on this amazingly capable device, so don't miss out.
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With the Pixel 3a you also have the power of Google behind your phone. That means free, unlimited high-quality image storage using Google Photos. With access to Google Assistant you can screen calls, set reminders, check sports scores, or tell it to snap a photo while you're smiling at the camera. All the best Google apps are built-in already so you won't have to go hunting.
The Pixel 3a phones have a fast-charging battery that's adaptive and can help you save power over time. It will give you seven hours on a 15-minute charge, too. The Pixel 3a promises three years of operating system and security updates, and the Titan M chip gives you hardware-based protection for your passwords.
We gave the Pixel 3a four out of five stars in our review. The review said, "These phones have maintained most of what makes the Pixel 3 series among the most enjoyable phones to use, and in my week-long testing, I've noticed none of the performance hiccups that sullied some of that luster." Put your savings to good use with some of these awesome Pixel 3a accessories. If you don't want to spend twice as much on the latest Pixel 4 devices, the Pixel 3a gets you a great Google experience for way less meaning it is still a device we can recommend in 2020.
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