The Pixel 4a was a top-notch affordable phone because to its $350 price, excellent image quality, and three years of OS updates.

The Google Store has removed the Google Pixel 4a from their catalogue.
This follows months of reports that the phone was running low on supplies.

Although the Google Pixel 4a was released in 2020, it is still undoubtedly the greatest cheap Pixel available. Unfortunately, it appears that Google has discontinued the phone’s sale permanently.

9to5Google noticed that the Pixel 4a was delisted from the Google Store this week. This isn’t entirely unexpected, given that the site reported that the stock had been low for months.

One of Google’s greatest affordable phones, the Pixel 4a, is still available. It came with a good Snapdragon 730 CPU, quadrupled storage to 128GB (from 64GB on the Pixel 3a), and was $50 cheaper than its predecessor ($350 vs. $400).

Google’s phone also comes with the typical bells and whistles, like excellent image quality from the single rear camera, at least three years of OS updates, and unlimited’storage saver’ quality backups via Google Photos.

We’re hoping Google releases a similar-priced Pixel in 2022, as the Pixel 5a launched at $450 (a $100 premium). But, for now, let’s pour one for one of the greatest phones of 2020.