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Google Drops Pixel 6A Price to $349 as Pixel 7A Gets Official

This $100 discount is here to stay.

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Google has officially announced the Pixel 7A, but instead of discontinuing last year's model, the company has decided to keep it around at a lower price point. We've seen the pricing drop as low as $299 during the holidays, but the new price of the Pixel 6A will be $349, a discount of $100 compared to what it originally sold for. 

The Pixel 6A has a 6.1-inch display and is powered by Google's own Tensor processor. It has 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and a 12.2-megapixel camera that captures some incredible photos. We've said that the Pixel 6A was one of the best smartphones under $500, and at this newly discounted price it's an even better value that's absolutely worth considering. 

Of course, if you're interested in the latest model, you can already preorder the Pixel 7A right now.

Watch this: Google Pixel 6A Review: Google's Best Budget Phone Yet