You still have a chance to get a discount on the recently released Google Pixel 6A. The regular price is $449, but you can get the white, black, or green color of Google’s latest mid-range phone for $399. The standard 60Hz on-screen refresh rate is a bit on the low side, but pretty much everything else you’d expect from a flagship Google smartphone is at the heart of his 6A. These include great battery life, top-notch processor performance, and solid camera results.
Welcome to Deal Arena. This week’s opening discount is for the great Google Pixel Buds Pro less than a month after release. Normally priced at $199.99, you can now find these new earbuds in black or yellow color schemes for $174.99 on Amazon. The Pixel Buds Pro are a big improvement over their mediocre predecessors, offering solid noise cancellation, improved battery life, and multipoint Bluetooth support. The sound quality doesn’t quite match some of our top picks, but if you’re looking for new earbuds, this discount makes the Pixel Buds Pro worth considering $174.99 at Amazon.
LinkBuds were available for less, but that’s only $10 more than the all-time high. However, this is the best price ever for the LinkBuds S. The LinkBuds S stand out as being some of the most comfortable earbuds we’ve tested. Noise canceling is a bit lacking, but the LinkBuds S support the lossless LDAC audio codec, which some audiophiles might like. The LinkBuds S also offer amazingly clear audio when used for voice calls, making them a great choice for earbuds under $150.
Unlike the standard and Pro models of the Pixel 6, the 6A comes with some compromises, such as a slightly worse camera and a smaller screen. Importantly, it has the same Google Tensor processor as its more expensive sibling. Now back to earplugs. Both the Sony LinkBuds and LinkBuds S are currently discounted on Amazon. The open-year LinkBuds are available on Amazon for $158 ($22 rebate), and the LinkBuds S have dropped to $148 ($52 rebate) on Amazon.
The standard LinkBuds are certainly one of Sony’s more idiosyncratic designs. The donut shape of the open ear allows you to grasp the surrounding situation without removing it from the ear. You might not think the unique shape is particularly comfortable, but the LinkBuds are just as comfortable as his LinkBuds S and offer the same impressive clarity when used for voice calls.