Google Pixel 3a Review

June 7, 2019 | Amy Davies |

Review Roundup

Reviews of the Google Pixel 3a from around the web. »

The Google Pixel 3a is less than half the price of most flagship smartphones, and yet it doesn’t look or feel cheap. That’s because Google delivers the features most users really care about, including a vivid 5.6-inch OLED display, a fantastic camera and all of the company’s clever software, for just $399.
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Google is trying its hand at something new. Its signature phone, the Pixel, is jumping into the midrange market with the Pixel 3A and 3A XL. At $399 and $479 (£399 and £469 in the UK, and AU$649 and AU$799 in Australia), the handsets are essentially reworked Pixel 3 ($459 at Walmart) phones. They have the same rear camera and overall look, but there are a few hardware downgrades that contribute to the lower price.
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Its design may not be head-turning, but the Google Pixel 3a XL packs a punch internally and has a great camera for the price. It's some of the best of Google in a phone, at a lower price tag than previous Pixel handsets. You won’t get the best processing power or lots of storage, but when you’re paying a lot less that shouldn’t be so much of an issue.
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