The Google Pixel A series is the opposite of a box of chocolates — you always know what you’ll get. Google will cut some corners with the build materials but make up for it with a low price, clean-as-a-whistle software, and a great camera experience. It’s worked like a dream for the Pixel 3a, 4a, and the previous model, the Pixel 5a. Then, Google built itself a mountain to climb with the stellar (and affordable) Google Pixel 6. Is there room for a flagship and a budget phone to exist just $150 apart? Let’s find out in our Google Pixel 6a review.
What you need to know about the Google Pixel 6a