Google has just cut the price of the 5G version of the Pixel 4a, dropping it by 100 euros from 499 euros to 399 euros. That said, the Pixel 4a 5G isn’t much more expensive now than the 4G model, which retails for $ 349. If you’re looking to spread the cost of the Pixel 4a 5G, Google also offers a zero percent interest payment plan.
This means that the Google Pixel 4a 5G costs just £ 16.62 per month for 24 months.
In addition to 5G support, the Pixel 4a 5G offers other advantages over the regular Pixel 4a.
The 5G model has a more powerful battery with a power adapter of at least 3800 mAh compared to the 3140 mAh battery of the Pixel 4a.
The Pixel 4a 5G also has a better processor than the normal Pixel 4a, which is powered by a Snapdragon 765 instead of a Snapdragon 730.
The Pixel 4a 5G also has a larger screen, which makes it more suitable for lengthy Netflix binges and video viewing in general.
The Pixel 4a 5G has a 6.24-inch display compared to the 5.8-inch screen on the Pixel 4a.
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If you like the sound of this deal and want to take advantage of this money-saving offer, just know it won’t last forever.
The Google Pixel 4a 5G price cut is available until February 23, 2021.
Both the Pixel 4a and 5G versions use the same great camera and offer operating system and security updates for at least three years (from the time the devices are first sold).
So you should be able to get the most out of your shiny new Pixel 4a 5G before you need to upgrade.
In other Pixel news, it looks like Google is preparing an exclusive feature for its Pixel devices.
This is especially useful if you already own a device that supports Chrome OS, such as a Chromebook.
Google recently slowly rolled out a number of features for Chrome OS called the Phone Hub.
This brings together a number of tools that make Android phones and Chrome OS devices work better together.
These features include syncing notifications between devices and quickly reopening Chrome tabs that were viewed on an Android phone.
However, it looks like there could be a Phone Hub exclusive feature for Pixel devices.
As we reported earlier this week, screen mirroring for Chrome OS could be a Phone Hub feature only available on the Pixel range of devices.
It looks like this screen mirroring feature is currently in the early stages of development. It is therefore unclear when it could be introduced.
However, if it’s a Pixel-exclusive feature, it may be retired as part of Google’s quarterly Pixel feature.