Upgrade To A Google Pixel 4a With 128GB Of Onboard Storage For Just $287.99

The Google Pixel 4a smartphone complete with 128GB of internal storage is currently available to buy with a 9% discount applied. Right now, the performant smartphone can be bought for just $287.99 in a renewed capacity.

The Pixel 4a was originally released back in 2020 but still manages to outperform a lot of newer Android devices on the market. It comes with an OLED display measuring at 5.81-inches offering a 1080 x 2340 pixel resolution at 443ppi. Like most other Pixel devices, the 4a features an always-on display that is tasked with providing important information at a glance without having to interact with the device and unlock the screen.

The Pixel 4a is powered by the Android mobile operating system and comes with the Qualcomm SDM730 Snapdragon 730G, an octa-core CPU, Adreno 618 GPU, and 6GB of RAM. Owners will also get access to 128GB of internal storage that allows them to save pretty much anything they like. There is no card slot for external media on this device but the internal 128GB should be more than enough for most people.

Mobile photography fans can expect a wonderful camera experience with 4K video recording and a slew of different capture modes. The Pixel 4a also comes with all of the connectivity options and sensors that you’d expect from any modern smartphone. Amazon is also providing a 90-day Amazon Renewed Guarantee with this purchase to give peace of mind to anyone who hasn’t purchased from the Renewed initiative.

The direct purchase link is listed below for your convenience. There are no discount codes or coupons required in order to get the advertised price. Just make sure that you are comfortable with the Amazon Renewed initiative before going ahead with the purchase.

Buy: Google Pixel 4a Smartphone, 128GB (Renewed) from Amazon: $287.99 | Original price: $320

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