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Google Pixel 6a vs Nothing Phone (1) price in India during Flipkart sale

Google Pixel 6a launched in India with a Rs 43,999 price tag without any offers. However, during the Flipkart Big Billion Days sale, the handset’s price reduces from Rs 43,999 to Rs 34,199. Apart from this Rs 9,800 discount, you can make a pre-paid transaction and bring down the cost to Rs 30,699.

Folks with Axis Bank and ICICI Bank cards can get another Rs 3,000 off on Google Pixel 6a, bringing down the price to Rs 27,699. This means it’s available in a similar price range as the Nothing Phone (1).

The Nothing Phone (1) recently saw a price hike in India due to fluctuating currency exchange rates and rising component costs. This price hike made Nothing Phone (1) 8GB/128GB model retail at Rs 33,999 from Rs 32,999, followed by 8GB/256GB unit at Rs 36,999 from Rs 35,999, and the 12GB/256GB variant at Rs 39,999 from Rs 38,999.

However, during the Flipkart Big Billion Days sale, the base 8GB/128GB option of the Nothing Phone (1) is available at Rs 28,999.

Google Pixel 6a or Nothing Phone (1): which phone to buy?

Nothing Phone (1) vs Google Pixel 6a

Google Pixel 6a or Nothing Phone (1)? Well, this depends on your use cases. There’re some areas Nothing Phone (1) shines (pun intended), and in others, the Google Pixel 6a excels. If you want a phone for photography and social post-ready selfies, the Google Pixel 6a does the job better. That doesn’t mean Nothing Phone (1) has a bad camera – Google Pixel 6a shoots slightly better images than Nothing Phone (1).

However, if a faster display and stylish looks are your priorities, Nothing Phone (1) has a 120Hz refresh rate compared to the 60Hz of Pixel 6a, and it houses LED lights at the back, which Nothing calls Glyph interface (explainer). Still confused? Check out our in-depth comparison of Google Pixel 6a vs Nothing Phone (1).

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