Google introduce new mid-priced phone
With the price of top-end smartphones increasingly significantly over the past few years, Google has come out with the Pixel 3a phone targeting the middle of the market.
The phone comes in two colours — black and white — and two sizes, starting in Australia at $649 for a 5.6-inch display and $799 for a 6-inch model.
At more than half the price of the company's flagship Pixel phone, the 3a comes standard with the majority of the great features from the more expensive model.
Are Google making a smart move? Or with the way phone plans are structured in Australia, does the overall price of a phone really matter to you?