SAVE $100: Following the release of the Google Pixel 7a on May 10, the
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While looking at the upgrades can be fun, the best part of shiny new tech is that the “old” tech that hasn’t even been around for a year often gets a price drop. Fortunately, that’s exactly what happened in the case of the
Again, the Pixel 6a is less than a year old, meaning you’re not sacrificing quality when opting for the lower price. Sure, you might not get the face unlock feature or wireless charging of the newer model, and we’re not in love with its 60 Hz refresh rate. Still, you get 128GB storage, over 24 hours of battery life (and that’s with mainlining YouTube videos, Spotify, and endless scrolls through Twitter), and a camera with a pretty sick night mode.
This deal looks like it’s here to stay as long as the Pixel 6a is around, but