Deal | Google Pixel 6a budget smartphone marked down by 33% on Amazon

Amazon is once again offering the Pixel 6a for its lowest price ever (Image: Google)

The search engine giant’s affordable Android smartphone, which has been on the market for less than five months, has now returned to its very intriguing Black Friday price as Amazon offers all color variants of the Google Pixel 6a for just US$299.

Budget smartphones for less than US$500 arguably offer the best bang for the buck for bargain hunters who don’t necessarily want to spend a four-digit sum on a brand-new mobile device. The Google Pixel 6a is probably one of the most notable handsets in this category, and thanks to a new deal on Amazon, the popular wallet-friendly Android phone has now returned to its lowest sale price to date.

The e-commerce behemoth from Seattle currently sells the Google Pixel 6a with the efficient Google Tensor SoC and 6GB of memory for just US$299 including free shipping. This deal applies to all three color variants of the budget Android smartphone – Charcoal, Chalk and the beautiful Sage. The device is further equipped with 128GB of integrated non-expendable storage, and this factory-unlocked unit is compatible with all major US mobile carriers. Most importantly, the current US$150 discount on Amazon matches the quite enticing Black Friday price of the Google Pixel 6a.

We reviewed the Google Pixel 6a a few months ago, and among other things, we praised the smartphone’s bright 6.1-inch AMOLED display including the practical always-on function. We also liked the fast processor, the IP67 certification for water and dust resistance as well as the well-performing dual camera setup. Frugal users will also like the fact that Google promises to provide five years of security updates for this budget-friendly handset. At US$299, this deal is an excellent choice for prospective buyers in this particular price segment.

Order the Google Pixel 6a on sale for US$299 at Amazon

Disclaimer: Notebookcheck is not responsible for price changes carried out by retailers. The discounted price or deal mentioned in this item was available at the time of writing and may be subject to time restrictions and/or limited unit availability.

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