After being announced over two months ago, the Google Pixel 6a is finally available for pre-order today. And it’ll ship by next Thursday, July 28. It’s a big contender for smartphone of the year, especially with this sub-$500 price tag. The Google Pixel 6a is going to cost you just $449, which is pretty impressive, since you’re getting the Pixel camera and 128GB of storage to boot.
As a refresher, the Pixel 6a sports a 6.1-inch FHD+ OLED Display, it’s powered by the Tensor SoC (the same SoC in the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro), along with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage on-board. There’s also a pretty large 4410mAh capacity battery inside. It might not sound like a huge battery, but remember this is a smaller phone.
Google is also selling the Pixel 6a in three colors: Sage, Chalk and Charcoal. The Sage color has gotten a lot of attention, since the announcement at Google I/O. Because it is such a good looking color.
Unlocked Pixel 6a will work on all US carriers
Not all carriers are offering the Pixel 6a, but you can get it unlocked and use it on any carrier. It will support 5G on AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon. Which is definitely good to see. Verizon will be selling the Pixel 6a as well. Like other Pixel devices, the Verizon Pixel 6a is going to cost a bit more for mmWave connectivity. It’s only $499 instead of being $100 more like the Pixel 6 is. So that’s good.
Verizon is also offering a few great promos with the Pixel 6a. You can get $100 off of the Pixel 6a if you upgrade on a select 5G Unlimited plan. Or you can get $100 off the Pixel Buds Pro when you buy a Pixel 6a. You can also get 40% off Pixel 6a accessories when you buy 5+ eligible products.
You can pre-order the Pixel 6a using the links below.