Say Hello to the Google Pixel 4a



Meet Pixel 4a, the helpful Google phone at a helpful price. It comes packed with all the things you want in a phone, for a lot less than you’d expect.

The Google Pixel 4a comes equipped with Adaptive Battery, which means you can swipe, scroll, and stream up to 24 hours of use.* Paired with a powerful camera, it takes less effort to capture a beautiful shot in the day or night because shooting for the stars is easy with Night Sight.** And if that’s not enough, the Titan M security chip helps to keep everything under lockdown and ward off the bad guys. You can also easily access your phone with Pixel Imprint.

Learn more at the Google Store:

*Approximate battery life based on a mix of talk, data, standby, and use of other features, with always on display off. An active display and other usage factors will decrease battery life. Pixel 4a battery testing conducted in Mountain View, California in early 2020 on pre-production hardware and software. Actual results may vary.
**See g.co/pixel/astrophotography to learn more about astrophotography on Pixel 4a.

44 Replies to “Say Hello to the Google Pixel 4a”

  1. Zackary Stewart

    Before you buy, consider their customer support. I Sent my pixel 4xl in for warrenty work. The adheaive they used for back panels on those things didnt work well. They said the work was covered ynder warrenty so i sent it in. They then charged my credit card 159 dollars. Ive tried to get my money back for 2 months and all I get from them is that they will fix the problem and then they never do. I wouldnt buy another product from these people again. They have 0 integrity. Theyre liars, con artists, and have moved so far away from their model of "do no evil" that their current company is unrecognizable from what they once were.

  2. Artur

    Please put the cheapest Pixel 5 and Pixel 4A(not 5G) mobile in Spain. I want to renew my mobile but I cannot pay those prices.

    The Pixel 5 would be fine at € 400 and the Pixel4a at € 280.

  3. Josh B

    Has anyone noticed that Apple disabled the comments on their iPhone 12 ads yet we can comment on the Pixel 4a ad? I think it just goes to show that Apple isn't confident that it will get all good comments and Google actually cares about the feedback and I appreciate that.

  4. Lokhesh Sathya

    Whats the point in making good phone's when you don't have a proper supply chain for delivery. It is like a 'brilliant artist with no hands'

    Look where the world is going, I'm giving advice to a multibillion dollar company.

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