In an inexpensive, one-hand-friendly box, Google Pixel 4a offers you Google’s best. There is a sleek integration of Google Assistant, a clean Android interface with updates promised for three years, and an awe-inspiring photography experience given that the Pixel 4a has just one rear camera.
The style is going to be controversial. On the one hand, it is a cute, curvy polycarbonate handset that sits comfortably in the palm and makes it easy to carry and use with its lightweight frame. There’s a fingerprint scanner on the rear, there’s almost no screen bezel, and there’s even a jack for the headphones.
You will need to carefully analyze what is important to you when it comes to a new smartphone if you’re thinking of getting the Google Pixel 4a. The Pixel 4a is not likely to whet your appetite if you’re looking for full bang for your buck and features galore.
That said, its compact size, clean interface, and great point-and-shoot camera would appeal to those looking for an inexpensive, reasonably sized smartphone with enough grunt for social media, web browsing, and emails, plus the ability to capture some great images.
The device is now available at Amazon at $459, which is $40 off the original price.