Pixel 3a is the budget brother of the regular Pixel 3; the hardware boasts the same rear camera system and a similar looking design to the more premium Google offering.
The handset also comes with an OLED display that offers surprising amounts of vibrancy and decent viewing angles.
Pixel 3a does make a number of noticeable sacrifices to achieve its tantalising starting price of £399 though.
First and foremost, the handset comes with a polycarbonate shell as opposed to the glass touted on the standard Pixel 3.
Under the Pixel 3a’s hood is a mid-tier processor in the form of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 670, too.
While the chipset is not as fast as the manufacturer’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 855, it still delivers capable performance across Google’s Android 9 Pie operating system.
Pixel 3a is being sold for its regular retail price of £399 on Google’s online store but the tech giant is bundling in a free Home Mini with the hardware.
The smart speaker has a value of £49 on its own.
The deal in question applies to either the regular Pixel 3a or Pixel 3a XL.
Here is a full list of Google Pixel 3a offers:
• Pixel 3a with free Google Home Mini – £399 (was £448) GET THE DEAL HERE
• Pixel 3a XL with free Google Home Mini – £469 (was £518) GET THE DEAL HERE
The Google Home Mini is the smallest version of the tech powerhouse’s smart speaker range.
Home Mini comes with a premium build and delivers capable audio.
However, it is worth noting the hardware’s sound is somewhat limited thanks to its small form factor.
As is the case with all Google Home devices, the Mini comes with the firm’s Assistant built-in that allows owners to ask it a multitude of different questions and issue numerous commands.
Google’s Pixel 3a offer will end on June 19.
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