Update 1 (November 16, 2023)

04:07 pm (IST): The Verizon Pixel 6a is now available at a discount of $350 at Best Buy, which brings the overall cost of the device to just $49.

Original story follows:

For tech enthusiasts with a limited budget, the latest deal from Best Buy is a game-changer. The Google Pixel 6a, renowned for its impressive features, is now up for grabs at an unbeatable price of $99. If you’ve been eyeing a Pixel phone but are low on budget, this limited-time offer is a golden opportunity.

Google Pixel 6a at a discount of $300 on Best Buy

Best Buy is currently running an exceptional deal on the Verizon Pixel 6a, slashing its price to an astounding $99 after a whopping discount of $300. What’s even better? There are no conditions. You can just pay the full amount ($99) and the device will be yours. And if you are low on budget, you can simply opt for the monthly payment option and pay $2.75 for 36 months.

The Pixel 6a isn’t the latest smartphone anymore, considering the Pixel 7a has been around since last year. Yet, its current price tag positions it as an excellent option for anyone on the lookout for a capable smartphone under $100.

For those unaware, the Google Pixel 6a comes with a 6.1-inch OLED display with 1080 x 2400 display resolution. It features Google’s first Tensor chipset, which also powers the flagship Pixel 6 lineup. At the rear, it has a dual camera setup of a 12.2MP main and a 12.2MP ultra-wide camera. On the front, it has an 8MP punch-hole camera. Pixel 6a’s camera is suitable for casual shutterbugs.

Unfortunately, the smartphone comes with a single RAM and storage option of 6GB and 128GB, respectively. And on Best Buy, you can get it in two different colors – Charcoal and Chalk. In terms of software, the Pixel 6a was launched pre-installed with Android 12, and per Google’s software update policy, it is slated to receive 3 Android upgrades until Android 15.

You can also check out our dedicated article that has all the early Black Friday and Black Friday deals available in the US.

Aashish Singh
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I developed a keen interest in technology ever since my school days. And writing about it keeps me closer to this fascinating world. When I’m not working you can catch me playing video games.

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