Google’s budget phone was unveiled during the I/O conference in May but it doesn’t go on sale until July 28, with pre-orders beginning on July 21.
The Pixel 6a is now up on Best Buy’s site
All three color variants are listed: Charcoal, Sage, and Chalk. You can either buy the phone unlocked or get T-Mobile or Verizon’s version. AT&T will also sell the phone, but it looks like Best Buy won’t be carrying that variant.
All models except for Verizon’s will cost $449. Verizon is going to charge $50 more for millimeter-wave 5G, which is faster than Sub-6GHz 5G but has a shorter range.
The 6.1-inches Pixel 6a will succeed 2021’s Pixel 5a. The phone is equipped with an older 12.2MP main sensor but gets a new 12MP ultra-wide shooter and the same 8MP front camera as the Pixel 6. It also features some of the same camera tricks as Google’s high-end phones, including a new version of Magic Eraser, and Night Sight and Real Tone.
Source: Phone Arena