The Pixel 7A is a phone that comes very close to being perfect for everyone. It has a stunning appearance, especially in the flashy Coral color.
It is equipped with a flagship processor called Tensor G2, which allows it to smoothly run demanding games and handle multiple apps effortlessly.
The camera has been upgraded to 64 megapixels, and it also has a 13-megapixel ultrawide lens that takes better photos than most other phones in its price range, and even some more expensive ones.
The 6.1-inch OLED screen is a nice size, not too big or too small, and it has decent brightness.
Additionally, it features a smooth 90-Hz screen. The phone also offers wireless charging and has an IP67 water resistance rating. And the best part? It only costs $499. It will also last a long time, thanks to the five years of security updates and three Android OS upgrades.
However, there are a few drawbacks. It doesn’t have a headphone jack or a microSD card slot, so if those features are important to you, you’ll need to consider other options.
The battery life is just average, lasting about a day on average, so power users may need to carry a power bank.
The fingerprint sensor is also not the best. Despite these flaws, it still offers the best value for your money. It is compatible with all three major US networks.