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Google Pixel 8a Unlocked Android Phone

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  • Unlocked Android 5G smartphone compatible with major carriers
  • Pixel Camera with Google AI for high-quality photos and videos
  • 6.1-inch vibrant display for smooth scrolling and video streaming
  • Google AI assists with everyday tasks like searching and email summaries
  • Adaptive Battery lasting over 24 hours, up to 72 hours with Extreme Battery Saver
  • IP67 protection with durable A-Series design
  • Powerful security features with Google Tensor G3 and Titan M2 security chip
  • Easy transfer of contacts, photos, messages, and apps from old phone to Pixel in 30 minutes

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Introducing the Google Pixel 8a – a powerhouse of innovation and technology in the world of smartphones. With its advanced features and cutting-edge technology, the Pixel 8a is set to revolutionize your mobile experience.

Google AI Integration

The Pixel 8a comes equipped with Google AI, providing you with a seamless and intuitive user experience. From creating perfect group shots to fixing blurry images, the Pixel Camera, powered by Google AI, ensures exceptional photo and video quality.

Unlocked Flexibility

Enjoy the freedom to choose your carrier and data plan with the unlocked Android 5G smartphone. Compatible with major carriers such as Google Fi, Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T, the Pixel 8a puts you in control of your mobile connectivity.

Enhanced Display and Performance

Experience a brighter and more vibrant 6.1-inch Pixel 8a Actua display that offers fast and responsive performance for all your mobile needs. Whether you’re scrolling through content, streaming videos, or multitasking between apps, the Pixel 8a delivers a smooth and immersive experience.

Google AI Assistance

Let Google AI simplify your daily tasks with features like searching directly from images, texts, or videos, summarizing emails, brainstorming ideas with Gemini, and protecting you from spammers with Call Assist. The Pixel 8a is designed to make your life easier and more efficient.

Long-lasting Battery and Durability

With Pixel’s Adaptive Battery lasting over 24 hours and the option to activate Extreme Battery Saver for up to 72 hours of usage, the Pixel 8a ensures you stay powered throughout the day. Additionally, the IP67 protection and durable design make the Pixel 8a resistant to slips, spills, and dust, ensuring longevity and reliability.

Security Features

Security is a top priority with the Pixel 8a, featuring Google Tensor G3, VPN by Google, and the Titan M2 security chip. These advanced security layers ensure the protection of your data and privacy, giving you peace of mind while using your Pixel phone.

Easy Transition

Switching to Pixel is a breeze with the ability to transfer contacts, photos, messages, apps, and more from your old phone to the Pixel 8a in just about 30 minutes. Seamlessly transition to the Pixel ecosystem and enjoy all the benefits it has to offer.

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12 reviews for Google Pixel 8a Unlocked Android Phone

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  1. Lisa

    I love LOVE this phone! 10 stars if I could. I chose it because of the camera and it did not disappoint. Action photos, dark photos, distant photos with it zoomed in, it’s all impressive!! The phone itself is very nice too. The size is perfect to hold easily. I had no problems transferring my old phone to this new one.

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  2. notmyname

    The phone is good but not the best, yes, it takes good pictures, and yes, the AI feature regarding translations, usage, and so on is nice to have, and yes, the screen is good though it could be better (let me have the screen at 120hz always).

    The not-so-good thing is that I’ve already had issues with the mobile network signal (throttling the connection to only 1Mbs), and the fingerprint reader leaves much to be desired, lastly, I’m extremely disappointed with the lackluster customization features on the Android Experience.

    I find it mind-boggling that I don’t have the capabilities to add my own customized gestures besides what Google WANTS me to use, or if I want to use button navigation I cannot change the position of the back button (WHY?!), or rearrange the notifications bar or the background shown on the app drawer, etc.

    I know I could potentially do it with apps or installing custom rom is just disappointing to see the developers of the operating system themselves put out such a mediocre effort in the experience when Asus or Samsung have done it for YEARS.

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  3. Andy

    Small screen, font small. Bigger font break the user interface of some apps. Adaptive brightness is terrible.

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  4. Patrick C. Daigle

    I am very happy with this purchase, and the phone works quite well. The price is right and there was only a slight learning curve when coming from a Samsung phone. I know google has a spotted history when it comes to sale prices on their other models, so maybe the pricing will not be as strong a driver as the Pixel 7 pros and Pixel 8s go on sale, but I am very happy with this budget model.

    The battery life last multiple days between charges for me, or for the entire day with heavy youtube usage. It can get slightly warm at times, but no warmer than my S9+ under heavy usage, so I am not concerned. Charge times are reasonable, but I am coming from an older phone, so maybe I am just easily impressed.

    The finger print scanner works great for me, and when used in conjunction with the face recognition, is pretty seamless.

    Overall, I am very happy with this phone, and will consider the Pixel phone family moving forward.

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  5. Zee Greeling

    Seemed fine at first, until I started making / receiving calls. The audio in / out just pops in and out, every single call. Can’t hear them and they can’t hear me. Software was up to date and I tried reinstalling the SIM card a couple of times, no good. Was advised by my carrier that it’s a phone defect. Also noted some glitches with video playback within apps. Had to return.

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  6. m.g.

    The new Pixel 8a is very powerful and has a ton of great features, and Google is promising 7 years of updates. The only issue I’ve had with the phone is while using my grocery store app that uses the camera to scan barcodes. For some reason, the camera doesn’t know which way to flip the view, so that can be a bit annoying, but everything else with the phone has been great. Also, I know having a fingerprint scanner in the display is normal for most mainstream phones, but I actually like having it on the back of the phone like I did with my Pixel 3a.

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  7. Amazon Customer

    There really is no reason to get an expensive flagship phone. For 500 bucks this phone does everything well, including great photos. Has all of the Pixel goodies that expensive Pixels have, too.

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  8. Jeanette Lear

    Moved to this from Samsung A53.
    Love “Vanilla” android os with no bloat.
    Excellent camera
    Transferring my pics and vids using the smart transfer didn’t fully work so had to manually copy and paste some using my pc.

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  9. Mario DeMarco

    So far, the phone has been performing very well. I had few questions during setup, and contacting Google (via chat) was easy and helpful. Very happy with it.

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  10. Baht-gunner

    Upfront: I’m a Samsung guy, but they’re just too expensive for my purposes…not a self-absorbed millennial on a selfie binge.

    How I got to the P8a: I replaced my old S9 with a Motorola 5G Pro Stylus, which was too big and when laid next to a Samsung work phone would ring (If I was lucky) 15-20 seconds after my work phone using the same app (profile). Sometimes I’d just receive a missed call (phone never rang…) After weeks of surfing the internet looking for a Samsung S23/24 deal I started noticing the Pixel line (8 Pro/8/8a). Finally, I fell for the 8a $499 (+ $100 gift card)…

    Pros: Light weight. Easy to transfer files from previous phone. Android 14 (7 years of updates (+++)). Perfect hand-sized.

    Cons: Touch screen is randomly effective in various areas; when touching an app it’ll appear to sense (color change), but no action occurs, so sometimes I have to “angry” press to get it to take action. Just now, I had the same Motorola latency issue happen (side-by-side w/ Samsung). Signal issue, 5G UC drops to 5G to LTE for no reason (just sitting there. The tower is roughly .5 miles away.

    In the end I’ll keep since it was a $499 – $100 phone.

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  11. iPC

    I left the Moto X world for the Pixel universe. The transition was simple with clear guides timely showing on each phone. Only a couple apps didn’t transfer, so that was an easy fix.

    The Pixel 8a is slightly larger than the Moto X4 and for me, that’s a plus. I liked Moto gestures but the Pixel offers its own gestures and/or shortcuts.

    Love all the options to customize its looks and features like identifying songs playing nearby. Great screen and good battery life too.

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  12. Lisa

    Really like my new phone. Everything I ordered with phone arrived on date stated and all in great condition. Thank you amazon.

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