Pixel 6a listing appears on Best Buy

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The Google Pixel 6a has finally started arriving in US stores, but you can’t buy it yet.

Google’s budget phone was unveiled at the I/O conference in May, but won’t go on sale until July 28, with pre-orders starting July 21.

The Pixel 6a is a stripped-down version of the Pixel 6, one of the best phones of 2022. The top mid-tier phone runs on the same chip as the premium Pixel 6 and 6 Pro – the internal Tensor SoC. It also looks the same as Google’s more expensive phones, with a few minor changes.
Yummy Roland Quandt saw the Pixel 6a Best Buy’s website† You can’t add it to your cart right now and the buy option will likely be enabled on July 28.

All three color variants are shown: Charcoal, Sage and Chalk. You can buy the phone unlocked or get the version from T-Mobile or Verizon. AT&T will also sell the phone, but it looks like Best Buy won’t have that variant.

All models except Verizon’s cost $449. Verizon will charge $50 more for millimeter wave 5G, which is faster than Sub-6GHz 5G but has a shorter range.

The 6.1-inch Pixel 6a will succeed the 2021 Pixel 5a. The phone features an older 12.2MP main sensor, but gets a new 12MP ultra-wide shooter and the same 8MP front-facing camera as the Pixel 6. It also features some of the same camera tricks as the high-end phones. from Google, including a new version of Magic Eraser and Night Sight and Real Tone.

The phone also has a fingerprint sensor under the display, but shuts down the headphone jack and doesn’t support wireless charging. It comes with a 4,410 mAh battery and will receive three operating system updates and five years of security support. It will also be one of the first devices to use the Android 13 update.
The device is already being sold through unofficial channels in some regions and those who were able to get their hands on it posted detailed phone unboxing videos.

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