The Google Pixel 6a has just appeared on Best Buy in the US, spotted by Roland Quandt. This list is pretty early, as the Pixel 6a won’t be available for pre-order until July 21, and it goes on sale on July 28. Google confirmed it.
The Pixel 6a is now listed on Best Buy
That being said, the Pixel 6a is listed on Best Buy in all three color options, and there are plenty of images available for each of those color variants. You can have a very good overview of the phone.
The phone is listed for $449, which is its official price, for the unlocked model. You will also be able to get it through Sprint and Verizon through Best Buy, but note that the Verizon model will cost you more, its price is $499.
Needless to say, you can’t buy exactly one or the other variant of the device right now. Best Buy is not allowed to open pre-orders until July 21. We’re not really sure if this list is already in place, but it’s possible. The Google Store listing has been in place since its launch.
Best Buy even offers Google’s official promotional video for this phone via its website, the one we saw a while back. If you want to check out the images put together by Best Buy, check out the galleries below the article. Note that we have already seen the vast majority of them.
The device comes with an upgrade, design, SoC, RAM, storage, and more.
The Pixel 6a is Google’s latest mid-range smartphone. It comes with improved SoC, RAM, storage, design, and more. This device now looks like the Pixel 6, but a smaller variant of that phone.
It also incorporates the same processor as the Pixel 6, the Google Tensor. This is a major upgrade over the Snapdragon 765G included in the Pixel 5a 5G. The phone features Google’s new design language, as well as LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 flash storage, which the Pixel 5a 5G didn’t.
If you want to know more about the Pixel 6a, until it becomes available, check out our Pixel 6a preview.
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