I picked up a Google Pixel 4A to use for my prepaid wireless reviews. Google bills this phone as a lot of help for less. At $349, I want to find out if this is the great value unlocked Android phone that I can recommend to my readers and YouTube viewers looking to bu a new phone to use with prepaid wireless services.
Because I had to open the Pixel 4A anyway, I figured I’d make an unboxing video, you can see that below.
So far, here is what I like about Google’s Pixel 4A and why I am hoping it will be a prepaid wireless champ.
- At $349, the it’s affordable
- It’s compatible with all four major networks in the US, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint, so it should work with any prepaid wireless service.
- Its has a great camera
- Google promises three years of system and security updates.
- It has a beautiful FHD+ LED Display
- it support both eSIM & nano SIM
On the down side, the phone does not have the fastest processor nor does it support Qi wireless charging. Not dealbreakers, I’ll miss wireless charging though.
I bought mine from the Google store, but you can also find this phone on Amazon.com or at best buy.com.