Google’s Pixel A series is one of the better mid-range phone families around, offering the flagship line’s great camera quality along with Google-exclusive software features and a solid update pledge.
The company has just released the $450 Pixel 6a at its I/O developer conference and we want to find out whether you think it’s a hit or a miss. Let us know by taking our poll embedded below.
Google Pixel 6a: Hot or not?
Google’s latest phone doesn’t look too shabby on paper, offering an in-house Tensor chipset much like the Pixel 6 series, Magic Eraser camera tech, a 4,306mAh battery (4,400mAh typical), IP67 rating, and five years of security patches. So we could see why people would like this proposition.
Then again, the phone has a lot in common with the Pixel 5a anyway. There’s a very similar camera system, the same old 60Hz OLED screen tech, and the same three year OS update pledge. Furthermore, the new phone has Gorilla Glass 3 protection and a slightly smaller battery too. There’s also no shortage of competitive mid-range phones globally, like the Poco X4 Pro and Samsung Galaxy A53.
So let us know what you think by voting in the poll and leaving a comment below.