Google is replacing the Pixel 5 and 4a 5G with the newly-announced Pixel 5a. The device offers the same processing power and camera hardware while including the largest battery that we've ever seen in a Pixel device.
The Google Pixel 5a shares most of its style and its specifications with last fall's Pixel 5, and if you need help figuring out what makes these phones $250 different, here's what changed — and why you should stop looking at the Pixel 5.
Android 12 may be looming over the horizon, but Android 11 still has some cool features to occupy your time. Take Android notifications, for instance. You can set reminders and create events directly from an Android notification by following these steps.
Wireless charging on past Pixels was always a bit of a guessing game. Unique profiles and speeds meant that you had to search high and low to find chargers that worked. Thankfully with the Pixel 5, things are much more mainstream, and chargers are more widely available.
Even if the Pixel 5 doesn't have a glass back, it still needs a case before you take it outside the safety of your home. These are the Google Pixel 5 cases you can trust to get you through whatever chaos life brings your way.
The Pixel 5 delivers the best that Google has to offer, with the Pixel 4a aimed at the value segment. Both phones come with clean software and three Android version updates, and while they share a similar design, you'll find a lot of differences here.
Even though most of us slap a case on our new phones as soon as we get them, it's nice to know if they can handle a bit of a scrape. The Pixel 5's aluminum back implies that it can handle a bit of a bump, but can it? We looked to the AC forums to find out.
The OnePlus 9 Pro is a stellar new phone with Hasselblad-backed cameras, but how much is that branding actually worth in the real world? We pitted the 9 Pro against its predecessor, the OnePlus 8 Pro, along with other popular options including the Pixel 5 and Galaxy S21 Ultra.