The latest phone from Google is causing quite a stir.
The budget Pixel 3a was revealed last month and offers fans of this brand a device that’s packed with features at a much lower price.
In fact, Google is offering the 3a for just £399.
That’s already a bargain but things have just be dropped to a whole new level with one of the UK’s biggest retailers offering the 3a at a ridiculously low price.
Argos is running a special offer which allows Google fans the chance to pick up one of these phones for just £3.99.
The store says that 50 lucky customers will then be randomly selected to collect a discounted SIM-Free Google Pixel 3a 64GB in Just Black at a specially commissioned Argos/Google phone box pick-up point on London’s South Bank on Thursday 23 May.
Customers unable to make it London with a bespoke code allowing them to order the phone online for the price of £3.99.
If you fancy trying your luck with this ultimate competition then there’s not long as the entries must be submitted by the end of today, Monday, May 20.
Speaking about the competition Phil Elford, Head of Technology at Argos, said: “We wanted to celebrate the launch of the Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL at Argos with a bang, and what better way than to offer our customers an incredible 99 per cent discount.”
Google is really trying to shake up the market with this new phone.
The Pixel 3a and 3a XL both include a fast Qualcomm processor, OLED displays and a fast charging battery which can deliver seven hours of use on a 15-minute charge.
There’s also stereo speakers, Google Assistant built-in and you get access to the firm’s brilliant rear camera.
This is the same snapper that features on the more premium Pixel 3 and includes Google’s clever Night Sight mode.
With that setting activated users can capture rich detail and colour, even in the dark.
Google is also offering free, unlimited storage with all photos beamed to the Photos service is high quality.
One final feature of the 3a is a headphone port which means you can plug in your standard cans without the need for an adaptor.
Express.co.uk recently reviewed the Pixel 3a and you can find our full report here.
But in summary, we said: “The Google Pixel 3a has set a new standard for budget smartphones and the American tech powerhouse should be heavily praised for such an accomplishment.
“The phone makes expected compromises but, unlike its competitors, delivers them in all the right areas.
“Pixel 3a does not have an appealing design, but during our testing, we simply did not care because it was too busy wowing us with its esteemed camera system and rapid performance.
“The Google Pixel 3a is stupendous and should be the go-to for anyone shopping for a smartphone on a budget.”