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.