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.
Google Pixel 6a
About this Google Pixel 6a review: I tested the Pixel 6a over a period of 14 days. It was running Android 12 on the April 5, 2022, security patch. The unit was provided by Google for this review.
What you need to know about the Google Pixel 6a