The forthcoming Google Pixel 4a faces an uphill struggle if it is to best the iPhone SE 2 smartphone, but a more affordable price tag would be a pretty good start. So would more base storage.
A newly-leaked potential price tag for the Pixel 4a suggests if will arrive at $349 in the United States, which is $50 cheaper than the excellent value Apple provides with the $399 iPhone SE 2. How that would translate into sterling is unclear, but last year’s Pixel 3a model matched the US price at £399.
The good word comes from 9to5Google’s Stephen Hall, who reckons he has the scoop on the price tag: $349 with 128GB of storage. That would be $50 cheaper than the base price of the Pixel 3a, with twice as much space on the hard drive.