Google Pixel 6a

Google Pixel 6a
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Engadget Review

With its capable Tensor chip, attractive two-tone design, long-lasting battery and excellent cameras, the Pixel 6a should be considered a natural extension of Google’s Pixel 6 series, not a “budget” alternative. Its main drawbacks are its 60Hz screen and relatively slow in-display fingerprint sensor. Plus, the disappearance of the headphone jack from the A-series is disappointing. Still, the Pixel 6a is the best Android phone you can find for less than $500.

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Pros

  • Attractive and refined design
  • Great cameras
  • Long-lasting battery

Cons

  • No headphone jack
  • No wireless charging
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