Google announced the Pixel 4A, its new mid-range Android phone that packs in similar features to the Pixel 4, like a great camera and astrophotography mode, but at a much more affordable price. It will be available from August 20 for $ 349. Check out Dieter Bohn’s video review, embedded above, for everything you need to know, or read his full review here.
Pre-orders are underway at a few locations, including Google’s own store, Amazon, and Best Buy. Compared to most other phones, it’s simple here. There is only one size, one storage configuration, and one color. So really, your only decision is where you want to buy it and if you want a case included with your purchase.
From Amazon, Google is selling the Pixel 4A for $ 389, and it includes a fabric case with the purchase. At the time of publication, Amazon isn’t just offering the phone, so your only choice is to bundle the phone and the case together.
On the Google Store, you can pre-order the Pixel 4A for $ 349. It takes trades if you want to go this route, and you can get a big discount on the Pixel 4A by trading in your old device.
Best Buy is accepting pre-orders for the phone, and the unlocked phone costs $ 350. If you want to activate it with an operator, Best Buy will reduce the price by $ 50.