Google’s Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 6A are now on sale

Google’s Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 6A are now on sale

Out with old with new, right? That’s what Google thinks. His new flagship Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro Android smartphones just launched today, and that means it’s time for a price cut from last year’s Pixel 6 series. The Pixel 6 has down to $399 ($200 off)—the lowest price we’ve ever seen — and the Pixel 6 Pro is just right $640 ($260 off). But that’s not all! The Pixel 6A, Google’s mid-range smartphone, is too on sale for just $349.

The phones are out of stock at Google’s own storefront, and stocks are dwindling at retailers like Amazon and Target, so if you’re looking to get your hands on a relatively new Pixel at a very low price, now’s a smart time. These Pixels will get two more years of Android OS updates and four more years of security updates, so they’re well supported. However, if you do you want the latest and greatest Pixel 7 that Amazon has to offer free $100 gift card when you buy a new Pixel 7 for $599.

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Why we love the Google Pixel 6 series

Pixel 6

Photo: Google

Pixel 6 (9/10, WIRED recommends) is not just a good-looking phone. It offers great performance with Google’s first custom Tensor chip. This processor is powerful enough to handle most smartphone tasks – even gaming – but it’s especially effective at running certain smart features pioneered by Google. These include Magic Eraser, which lets you erase any unwanted objects in your photos with the touch of your finger, as well as Now Playing, which will tell you what song is playing on the lock screen before you ever have to ask. (We rounded up more of these features here.)

There’s wireless charging, all-day battery life, a 6.4-inch OLED 90-Hz display, 5G and IP68 water resistance. But Pixels are known for cameras, and here you get a fantastic dual-camera system (primary and ultra-wide). It can take great photos in low light with Google’s Night Sight mode, and even stars if you point it at the sky and leave it on a tripod. But there are a few quirks. The fingerprint sensor is finicky and the screen could be brighter outdoors.

Pixel 6 Pro

Photo: Google

The Pixel 6 Pro has a few small upgrades over its smaller sibling. Namely, it has a 6.7-inch 120Hz OLED screen, and the larger surface area means more room for a larger battery — it can comfortably last until the morning of the second day on a single charge. The screen bends at the edges, which I don’t like much, but it gives off a futuristic feel. The only other major difference is the telephoto camera with 4X optical zoom for the triple camera system. It’s great if you like taking photos of distant objects.

Pixel 6A

Photo: Google

Google’s Pixel 6A (8/10, WIRED recommends) has only been on the market for a few months and this price makes it a steal. It carries the design language of the Pixel 6 and maintains the same great Tensor processor, offering some of the best performance you’ll find on an Android phone for the money. There’s no wireless charging and the screen refreshes at 60Hz, but if that doesn’t matter to you, then you’ll be happy with the IP67 water resistance, bright AMOLED display and more reliable fingerprint sensor.

It still has a great camera system, but Google relies on older camera hardware that’s starting to show its age. Still, you won’t find better for the price. It will get three years of OS updates and five years of security updates.

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