The Google Pixel 4a and the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra are both smartphones. And yet they couldn’t be more different. Why does my mind keep drifting back to the smaller, cheaper, and less powerful one?
As you may have seen, I recently published my Pixel 4a review. I did so after about 10 days of use, which is admittedly a bit shorter than I’d like, but with the Note 20 Ultra arriving and me hoping to complete a series of articles about the Microsoft integrations in that device, I felt it was safe to go forward with the obvious assessment: The Pixel 4a is a delightful smartphone that will meet the needs of most users for years to come and do so at an almost embarrassingly low price point. What’s not to love?