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Robert Triggs

The price of the new Google Pixel 6a puts me in a bind when it comes to recommending someone a new smartphone. On the one hand, the 6a is a rather decent-looking package for just $449. That’s the same price as last year’s Pixel 5a, but now you also get the Tensor processor found in Google’s flagships, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and a much more modern design.

However, Google’s exceptionally good Pixel 6 is only $150 more. Granted, that’s not a small sum, but $150 buys you quite a lot of extra hardware and really levels up the user experience. Google’s plucky affordable flagship risks cannibalizing its latest budget option.

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