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Google Pixel 7a gets discounted for the first time

Google's affordable smartphone gets even more affordable

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While the Pixel 7a line-up is hot off the press from Google, that doesn’t mean that it has escaped getting discounted. This budget-friendly device packs all your favourite Pixel features into a more affordable smartphone. And you can now nab one for a bargain price.

Over on Amazon UK, you’ll find the Pixel 7a reduced by 11% to £399, a saving of £50 over its usual price of £450.

Meanwhile, on Amazon US, the Pixel 7a is reduced by $50 to just $449, rather than the RRP of $499. While you’ll find the Pixel 7a reduced by $50 on the Google Store too, Amazon takes charge with its speedy delivery.

This wallet-cutting stunner boasts 5G, Google’s own G2 Tensor chipset (the same that’s found in the flagship Pixel 7), a 6.1-inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate, a dual 12MP camera array on the rear, and a 13MP selfie snapper. It comes with 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 4385mAh battery. There’s 18W charging speeds and wireless charging on-board.

Pixel 7a will look familiar, too, adopting the recognisable camera bar from the bigger brothers in the Pixel 7 line-up. This brings the same stunning camera performance down to this cheaper device. The Pixel 7a can snap some stunning photos, and, with Google’s own premium silicon chips inside, you’ll never struggle with performance on this budget option.

We gave the handset 5 stars in our Google Pixel 7a review.

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As Buying Guide Editor, Spencer is responsible for all e-commerce content on Stuff, overseeing buying guides as well as covering deals and new product launches. Spencer has been writing about consumer tech for over eight years. He has worked on some of the biggest publications in the UK, where he covered everything from the emergence of smartwatches to the arrival of self-driving cars. During this time, Spencer has become a seasoned traveller, racking up air miles while travelling around the world reviewing cars, attending product launches, and covering every trade show known to man, from Baselworld and Geneva Motor Show to CES and MWC. While tech remains one of his biggest passions, Spencer also enjoys getting hands-on with the latest luxury watches, trying out new grooming kit, and road-testing all kinds of vehicles, from electric scooters to supercars.

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