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AC Podcast 501: No more Note? Google Pay; Pixel 4a Barely Blue; Chrome

If rumors are to be believed, the Galaxy Note series may have run its course. Hayato, Ara, Joe, and Daniel talk about the possibility of life after Note for the S Pen, Google Stadia, and a limited edition Pixel 4a. There's also a new incarnation of Google Pay, a faster version of Chrome, and the crew try to understand the appeal of the new Twitter feature: Fleets. Listen now Subscribe in Pocket Casts: Audio Subscribe in Spotify: Audio Subscribe in iTunes: Audio Subscribe in RSS: Audio Download directly: Audio Links: The end of the Galaxy Note could be a blessing in disguise for the S Pen | Android Central Samsung will not launch a Galaxy Note 20 successor next year, says new rumor Google Stadia is coming to iOS as web app, giving free Premiere kits for buying Cyberpunk 2077 | Android Central Google Pixel 4a 5G vs. Pixel 4a: Which should you buy? | Android Central The Pixel 4a now looks better than ever in the new limited edition Barely Blue color | Android Central

Google Pixel 4a 5G vs. iPhone 12 mini: Which should you buy?

Such a good deal Google Pixel 4a 5G $499 at Amazon Pros Excellent performance for the price Consistently great cameras Reliable battery life Has a 3.5mm headphone jack Much more affordable Cons No water resistance Doesn't have wireless charging The Pixel 4a 5G has an odd existence between the regular Pixel 4a and Pixel 5, but there's no denying how much value it brings to the table. Its Snapdragon 765G is a very capable chipset, battery life is great, and you get the same excellent Pixel camera experience you've come to expect. At just $499, it's a fantastic value. Tiny powerhouse iPhone 12 mini From $699 at Apple Pros It's so small! A14 Bionic chip is insanely powerful Very capable cameras IP68 dust/water resistance Qi and MagSafe charging Cons Still uses proprietary Lightning charging Higher price If you want the newest iPhone while spending as little as possible, this year's "affordable" model is the iPhone

Review: The Google Pixel 4a 5G is great, but prices itself into a corner

How much do you really want 5G? Ever since the Pixel 3a was first announced for $399, Google has held a prominent position in the low-cost market for its affordable phones with outsized camera performance. The A series has consistently made the appropriate sacrifices necessary to bring prices down and even improved upon the shortcomings of the company's higher-end lineup — most notably, in its battery life. After considerable delays, the subsequent Pixel 4a repeated the 3a's success with even better camera performance, a larger screen signifying Google's move over to hole punch camera cutouts , and an even better value at just $350. Those looking for a decidedly higher-end phone can turn to the Pixel 5 for double the price, while the upcoming Pixel 4a 5G splits the difference, both in terms of price and hardware accoutrements. It isn't that there isn't a lot to say about the Pixel 4a 5G; it's more that most of it has already been said in our reviews o

A Pixel 4a for £319 sounds pretty good, right? Get one now!

Amazon UK has chopped a chunk off the Google Pixel 4a which makes it even more of an epic buy. Black Friday isn't even here yet and the great deals continue to flow. Deal season is a perfect time to grab a new Android phone since you can guarantee even some of the latest devices will see good discounts and that's exactly what we're looking at here with the Google Pixel 4a , one of the year's best phones. Normally it's an already reasonable £349, but right now you can save £30 by getting one from Amazon UK which makes it a truly epic buy. Google Pixel 4a | £319 at Amazon UK £319 at Amazon UK You won't get a better camera phone for this money and with the latest updates fresh from Google, the Pixel 4a is an absolute gem and now at an even better price. In our review of the Pixel 4a we said: "Google modernized and improved the design, stepped up the specs, kept the same great camera quality, slightly increased battery life, and dropped the price by

Google Pixel 4a review: The best camera under $400 is a perfect 2020 phone

The encore to the Pixel 3a's affordable excellence is still brilliant. Google's several attempts at making own-branded phones has returned few victories, but one of the clear bright spots was last year's Pixel 3a . It turns out that Google's "less is more" approach really fits well within the constraints of a less-expensive phone, and its strengths in software and camera processing stand out against less-refined competition. It can easily be argued that its successor, the Pixel 4a , is the more important device for building the Pixel brand than the upcoming higher-end Pixel 5 . And on the face of it, Google did things right this year: it simplified to a single phone, improved the specs, kept the great camera, and dropped $50 off the price. That makes an enticing package — here's how it all works. At a glance Google Pixel 4a Bottom line : The Pixel 4a is the new budget camera quality leader — but it doesn't stop there. It has a larger scree

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