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Well, after a nightmare with my Samsung note 8, finding out afterwards that it has a design fault of a crappy antenna...after a lot of research...not easy to find on the subject of best phone which receives best Signal strength...the Pix 4a came up constantly as having an excellent signal receiving capabilities..
Well it certainly hasn't disappointed..where I got signal drop out on Samsung with same SIM, I get 2 to 3 of 4G bars worth.
the battery life is also very good,when you swipe down from top...it estimates battery life by telling you what time it at the best will last too...so say 7.15 tommor.
slick smooth OS very responsive and lighifast processor.
all in all Very impressive!
This is one of the first smart phones, I've felt really thrilled about buying and eager to use. I've had a few different phones over the years, but the Pixel 4a is by far my most favourite! I'd never really come across Google's Pixel phones before, until I came across a few reviews for the Pixel 4a. It has a very minimalist but sleek design, with a polycarbonate all in one body. It only comes in one colour, but it certainly looks smart in black. There's a handy fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone, to unlock your phone as opposed to it being on the side of the phone (which a lot of the phones are now). It feels more natural having it on the back, than on the side. I've included some pictures I took with the Pixel 4a, to give you an idea of the quality of the shots and I'm really impressed! There's a lot of detail and colours in them, even for a single 12mp camera on the rear. There's also portrait mode, along with night mode to take brilliant pictures, even in low light. And I have yet to try the astrological mode, but it has the ability to capture the stars (providing the sky is clear). The rear camera is capable of full HD 1080p or 4k video at either 30fps or 60 fps. There's an 8mp front-facing camera, which takes pretty good photos too for those selfies, especially in portrait mode.
The user interface is very clean and easy to use, without any of the bloatware that can be found on other devices. It also comes with 128gb of onboard storage, which should be plenty of space for music, pictures and other bits and bobs.
One of the biggest things I like about this phone, is its size at 5.8 inches. I find it far better to handle and much more comfortable to use, than some of the phones out there which can reach a monstrous 6.7 inches! And a bonus is that it has a headphone jack... Hurrah! So no need for any adapters, just plug in your headphones and you're good to go!
I'd definitely recommend the Pixel 4a; it's a sleek, minimalist design with a great user interface experience and fabulous cameras to take those all-important snaps! Read full review
I bought this to replace my old trusty Google Pixel2, which got damaged.
The phone does everything my old phone did - same camera, same stock Google experience. It also runs as fast as the Pixel2, if not slightly faster in some cases.
I only have 2 small gripes with it:
1. The battery life could be better. It's not the worst phone I've used, and is marginally better than the pixel 2 was when it was new, but some competitors phones are way better in this respect.
2. It's a bit slippery in the hand. I don't really like using phone cases, so this is a bit annoying.
Otherwise, I can highly recommend it.
Bought the Google Pixel 4a. Great mid range phone (was £320). It is very fast and very good battery life. Graphics are fine and it produces great pictures and the sound equality is excellent. My only gripe is you need to order a new lead as a spare as my previous Samsung charging lead which seems to fit everything but does not fit this phone.
Fantastic phone if you are happy with Google and all his works (which generally I am). Only minor gripe is that, although I can add my non-Gmail email account to the built in Gmail app, it insists on opening with only the Gmail inbox (which I don't use) and I have to press twice more to get "all inboxes" displayed. There seems no way to get it to default to "all inboxes". This is getting close to Apple-like behaviour but it/s a small price to pay for an otherwise all-round good quality, high performance product.