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Google’s brand-new Pixel 4 just launched — but here’s why you should consider buying the Pixel 3a instead (GOOG, GOOGL)

After an avalanche of leaks, Google finally unveiled its new flagship smartphone, the Pixel 4, earlier this month. The phone officially started shipping on October 24 and starts at $800.

Google's Pixel 4 brings a handful of improvements, such as a motion-sensing system that can detect when you're near the phone to unlock it faster, and a camera that lets you adjust the highlights and shadows in real time as you're shooting.

But if you're in the market for a new phone and don't want to spend $800 or more, it's worth looking at the $400 Pixel 3a, a cheaper version of the Pixel that Google launched this spring. The Pixel 3a may not have all the bells and whistles that come with a premium device like the Pixel 4, but for those seeking a reliable Android phone with a great camera and good battery life, it'll certainly fit the bill.