Have you purchased the Pixel 6a or Pixel Buds Pro in advance? If so, which shade? {Poll}

Pre-orders for Google’s Pixel 6a, a new mid-range phone, as well as the Pixel Buds Pro are now available. Did you order any of these items, and if so, what color did you choose?

We concluded in our assessment of the Pixel 6a this week that it is an excellent mid-range phone.

With the Pixel 6a, Google successfully balanced price and performance, giving you a phone that is actually exceptional value. You can’t go wrong in either situation, but if the basic Pixel 6’s extra features are valuable to you, it’s worth consideration.

Additionally, it arrives just in time for people who are still using the outdated and unsupported Pixel 3a from 2019 to upgrade. By offering a trade-in credit of up to $300 for a Pixel 3a in the Google Store, Google is even doubling down on that feature of the Pixel 6a.

The Pixel Buds Pro appears to be the conclusion of Google’s work in portable audio over the past few years, but we haven’t gotten a chance to test it out yet. The promise of an 11-hour battery life, active noise cancellation, premium features, and the same cleverness we already adore? The Pixel Buds Pro almost seem like a scam.

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In terms of value for money, the At $449, the Pixel 6a is unquestionably a compelling phone, and the Pixel Buds Pro appear to be similarly attractive earphones. Were wondering if you had also placed a preorder? If so, which shade did you choose?

Our favorite Pixel 6as color is the sage green, and one of our units is the black variant, which Damien Wilde has often referred to as being somewhat boring. The Pixel Buds Pro, on the other hand, come in a variety of colors, ranging from the traditional black to the vibrant Coral orange and Lemongrass yellow.

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