Sunday, July 5, 2020

Google Pixel 3A is no longer sold by Google but you could still buy it

Google has discontinued its excellent, midrange Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL phones, and so it’s getting tougher to find one now, especially if you’re looking for a specific size and color. This wasn’t an unexpected move, but the timing isn’t ideal since the long-rumored Pixel 4A isn’t on shelves yet to replace it. And if you waiting for an XL version of the new phone, Google allegedly isn’t making one.
Pixel 3A review: The cheap phone Google always needed - CNET

By discontinuing the Pixel 3A ahead of the unconfirmed Pixel 4A’s launch, Google has avoided the need to discount the 3A any further than its last sale price, which saw prices drop by $100 in the case of the 3A, bringing the price to $299, and a more significant $160 price cut on the 3A XL, down to $319. Unfortunately, current prices aren’t as low as they once were, and it’s not helped by the fact that sellers usually surge prices on discontinued items.
Even though the Pixel 3A is probably about to be succeeded by a better phone, there are still some good reasons to invest if you can get a deal. It has a great camera, especially considering what the competition at this price range is, or rather isn’t, capable of. Pictures that this phone can take rival that of the Pixel 3 flagship phone from 2018. The Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL can also work with every US carrier

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