Google Pixel 5a with 5G 128GB 6GB OLED
The screen is quite impressive. Most consider the snapdragon 765g as a mid range processor
My previous phone stopped working unexpectedly when the carrier phased out the 3G network. I was getting ready to go out of town, and was stressed about being without cell service
The AMOLED screen is terrible. If you like to watch videos at night, I strongly recommend picking something with an LCD screen. The cameras are just okay
Bought this phone in February and has been very glitchy from the start. Lots of problems with texting. Battery life is very short. Today it just stopped working altogether
The camera would start to throttle, with a warning notification. I didn't realize the overheat problem is this severe. I had to import this phone too, as it’s not available in my region
It doesn't work on Tracfone, Verizon or T-mobile. I've tried multiple times to get it to work as a phone. Tried different sims
6.34", OLED, HDR, 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio, Android 11, upgradable to Android 12, 4680mAh Battery, 128GB ROM, 6GB RAM, Qualcomm SM7250 Snapdragon 765G 5G (7 nm), Octa-core, Adreno 620. Compatible with Most GSM + CDMA Carriers like T-Mobile, AT&T, MetroPCS, etc.
5/5The screen is quite impressive. Most consider the snapdragon 765g as a mid
The display is absolutely stunning. The snapdragon 765g is widely regarded as a mid-range CPU. The Google experience is so seamless and smooth because it is so highly optimized. The 5a's battery life obliterated the s22's battery life, which was only good for about 5 hours of screen time. Selfies and ordinary everyday photographs are clear and lifelike. They're on par with any high-end device. Buy the Pixel 5a if you want a terrific phone that gives you everything you need for half the price of most others. This phone comes highly recommended from me. It was quite simple to set up, and I've had nothing but positive experiences with it since I received it. I'm still getting to know all of the capabilities, but I really like the call screening function! I'm almost sad that now that I have an iPhone 13 mini, the5a will no longer be my primary phone, but I'll keep it as a backup. I was already interested in this phone, and I was thrilled to learn that I could acquire it the next day from this seller. I was getting ready to leave town and worried about not having mobile service (data was still working good) while I was gone.
2/5Bought this phone in February and has been very glitchy from the start. Lots
I bought this phone in February and it has been incredibly buggy since the beginning. There are numerous issues with texting. We tried all of their suggestions, but nothing worked. Also, it took a long time to operate. The battery life is extremely limited. It just quit operating completely today. It won't turn on at all. When I called Google support, they made me wait for 30 minutes or more and provided no assistance. They basically passed me around and didn't pay attention to me. This phone, as well as their customer service, is not something I would recommend. Choose your second option. I had no idea the overheating problem was so serious. Because this phone isn't accessible in my area, I had to import it as well. However, after some mild use (web browsing, YouTube), this phone becomes warm, and the camera begins to throttle, prompting a warning notification. I have a lot of experience with Android phones and have owned two different Pixels, none of which are as awful as this one. I've tried several times to get it to work as a phone with no success. I experimented with many sims. However, it appears to be a computer that looks like a phone but cannot be used as one. Tracfone, Verizon, and T-Mobile do not support it. So maybe I spent $650 on a camera.
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