Forget the Google Pixel 7, The Pixel 6 Is Only $399

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Amazon has brought the price of the Google Pixel 6 back down to $399. That’s not quite an all-time low (it was $379 last week during the Prime Early Access sale). However this is still a really incredible price. And while the Pixel 7 is now out, the Pixel 6 is still a good buy, especially at this price.

The Pixel 6 is quite a bit of phone for under $400, but keep in mind that this model does not have mmWave 5G. So you’re just going to get Sub-6 5G on this model. Meaning you won’t see those ultra-fast 5G speeds here.

Pixel 6 comes with a 6.4-inch FHD+ flat display. It also has the Tensor SoC inside, with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage to boot. There’s also a pretty large 4614mAh capacity battery inside, which should get you through a full day without any issues.


Of course, the big thing with Pixels is the camera. It has a 50-megapixel main sensor, and then a 12-megapixel ultra-wide. The main sensor does not shoot at 50-megapixels, it instead bins down to a much smaller file size. And uses those extra pixels to get more detail into your shot. Of course, combine that with Google’s computational photography, and you’re going to get some really incredible shots from this camera.

The other thing for Google Pixels is the software. It does get updates first, and it does work with the Android Beta Program, so you can try out Android 13 now, before the full release in the fall. Software runs really well on the Pixel, thanks to the Tensor SoC, which was designed by Google. Meaning that Google designed the Pixel from the chipset all the way to the software, a lot like an iPhone.

You can pick up the Pixel 6 by clicking here. This sale is unlikely to last very long, so you’ll want to be quick here.


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