Right now, you can purchase the Google Pixel 6a in Charcoal black for $249 at Amazon if you're a Prime member. That's $100 off the normal retail price, and the lowest the phone's ever been sold for.
U.K. residents aren't left out, as the Pixel 6a is going for £273 at Amazon U.K., a £116 discount. Just be aware that this model has dropped to £275 in the past, so you may want to hold out for a further discount if you can.
Google Pixel 6a (Charcoal): was $349 now $249 @ Amazon U.S.
Lowest Price! Get a flagship-grade photography experience, along with unique Google software features for the smallest amount of money possible with this Amazon Prime Day deal. You get a bright OLED display, great cameras and smart features like Magic Eraser. The Snow and Sage options are unfortunately out of stock.
As you'll see in our Google Pixel 6a review, we really like this phone's camera performance from its dual 12MP lenses. You also get amazing software processing and editing tools like Magic Eraser. Its bright OLED display, super-portable 6.1-inch frame, and the included Tensor chipset will also impress you too.
We have to warn you though: the Pixel 6a's Battery life is pretty short, even for its size. The newer Pixel 7a lasts longer on a charge, but you shouldn't pass on the Pixel 6a, especially at this price. I still recommend the Pixel 6a to smartphone buyers who aren't fussed with having the latest features and would much prefer saving additional money.
If you want to play the field some more before committing to a cheap Pixel 6a, take a glance at our Prime Day phone deals for the latest deals across iPhone and Android devices, from budget to flagship.
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Richard is based in London, covering news, reviews and how-tos for phones, tablets, gaming, and whatever else people need advice on. Following on from his MA in Magazine Journalism at the University of Sheffield, he's also written for WIRED U.K., The Register and Creative Bloq. When not at work, he's likely thinking about how to brew the perfect cup of specialty coffee.