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Following in Apple and Samsung’s footsteps, Google didn’t include a charger with the Pixel 6 series, and unsurprisingly, you won’t get one if you buy the Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro. The latest Google flagships feature fast charging, but you’ll need the correct charger to ensure you aren’t waiting hours for your phone to charge fully. Google sells one that is ideally suited to fast charge the Pixel 7. There are plenty of excellent third-party options to check out as well. Here are some of the best chargers you can get for the Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro.

What you need to know about Google Pixel 7 charging

The Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro support up to 20W and 23W fast charging, respectively, but the required power is only half the equation. You might be surprised to find that even though your charger meets the power requirement, your Pixel 7 isn’t charging as fast as it should.

Like its predecessor, the Pixel 7 series supports the USB Power Delivery 3.0 PPS (Programmable Power Supply) standard. More and more devices and third-party chargers are adopting the relatively new standard, so plenty of options are available. You’re out of luck if you were hoping to hold on to an older charger (more than two years old), though, since it likely doesn’t support PPS and won’t fast charge the Pixel 7. This means that picking the right charger is incredibly important if you want to charge your Pixel 7 at its highest speed.

Google 30W USB-C charger

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The Pixel 7 doesn’t come with any upgrades regarding charging capabilities. So the 30W USB-C charger the company introduced last year remains the best option to fast charge the newest Pixels. It supports the USB PD 3.0 PPS standard and will charge the phone 50% in 30 minutes. It’s not expensive like other first-party accessories and is priced the same or cheaper than many third-party chargers.

Anker 711 (Nano 2) 30W charger

Anker is the go-to for anyone looking for third-party charging accessories. The Anker Nano 2 is one of our favorites. The 511 Nano 2 supports USB PD 3.3 PPS to fast charge the Pixel 7. It’s surprisingly compact, and you can store it pretty much anywhere. If you’re a stickler about aesthetics, there are a couple of color options to choose from. It’s also pretty affordable for a charger this capable.

Belkin BoostCharge 30W charger

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Like the other options on the list, the Belkin BoostCharge 30W supports the charging standard required to fast charge the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro. It has foldable prongs and is small enough to be an excellent travel charger. It’s not as compact as the Anker 511, though.

Elecjet 45W charger

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This Elecjet charger is an excellent option if you want to charge devices other than only the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro. It’s more expensive than most other single-port chargers on the list, but it is the way to go if you want to charge other devices. With 45W charging and support for USB PD PPS, you’ll get super-fast charging with plenty of smartphones and tablets and charge some laptops from Dell, HUAWEI, Microsoft, and more. There’s also now a newer version with a smaller body, but the specs are the same.

The best Google Pixel 7 multi-port chargers

Anker 726 (Nano 2) 65W charger


Anker’s back on the list, this time with one of its best multi-port chargers. You get two USB-C ports to charge a phone, laptop, and other devices simultaneously. Or use a single port to get 65W max charging, which should be more than enough to charge most laptops at full speed. It’s compact, stylish, and supports PPS to fast charge the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro.

Anker also has a 4-port 150W charger if you need more ports and fast charge multiple devices without problems.

Elecjet X21

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The Elecjet X21 goes one better than the Anker 726, with an extra USB-A port joining the two USB-C ports. It supports all the necessary standards to fast charge most smartphones, tablets, laptops, and mobile accessories. If you’re looking for a travel charger, the Elecjet X21 Pro comes with various regional adapters to make things easier.

The best Google Pixel 7 wireless chargers

Pixel Stand (2nd Gen)

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Your best bet to get the fastest wireless charging possible is Pixel Stand (2nd Gen), which Google introduced last year with the Pixel 6. It doesn’t only come with a new design but has been upgraded to provide fast wireless charging with the Pixel 7 series and its predecessor. You’ll get 20W charging with the Pixel 7 and up to 23W with the Pixel 7 Pro, faster than any third-party option. Of course, it’s Qi-compatible, so you can wirelessly charge other devices as well.

Belkin BoostCharge 15W

There aren’t any third-party wireless chargers that offer as much charger speed as the Pixel Stand. In fact, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro can only charge as fast as 12W if using a third-party wireless charger. This means the Belkin BoostCharge 15W is more than enough if what you want is a no-hassles, affordable wireless charger.

Google Pixel 7 charging FAQs

The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are limited to 20W and 23W charging, respectively. You can use a 45W charger, but your device will not reach such high speeds.

Theoretically, yes. If you want the best speeds, you’ll need a charger capable of pushing up to 23W and supports the USB Power Delivery 3.0 PPS standard.

No, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro do not come with a bundled charger in the box.

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The Google Pixel 7 Pro Is Android Authority’S Pick For Best Phone Of 2023

How we chose our winner

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“Best” is a loaded descriptor. How do you decide what is the “best” at anything, especially when talking about things as complex as smartphones? After all, these are devices we carry with us for almost every minute of the waking day; we’re all sure to have our own biases. Phones can also be assessed in myriad ways — from their raw specs to their perceived value for money, their objective benchmark numbers to personal preferences for how a particular UI looks and operates.

This is a dilemma we constantly grapple with as our experts tackle all of the biggest consumer tech releases each and every year. Stamping the authority into Android Authority is important to us. The hundreds, if not thousands of hours we pour into testing and analyzing the increasingly subtle changes between rival phones, or from generation to generation, gives us a rigorous baseline of expectation when anointing a particular device as the absolute best any given year has to offer. And it’s not just hardware testing either, we’re always sure to factor in the more intangible metrics like long-term software support promises and track records, price and value (two very different things!), market availability, and much, much more.

Android Authority‘s Editor’s Choice phone of the year: Google Pixel 7 Pro

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For the second year running, a Google Pixel flagship claims our grandest prize — but this time, it’s not just a Pixel flagship, it’s the Google flagship. In 2023, we found the vanilla Pixel 6’s delicate balance of specs, overall quality, and affordable pricing to be an undeniable combo. But in 2023, our hearts — and yours, it turns out! — were with the Big G’s “Pro” offering.

And it’s not hard to see why when you run through all of the Pixel 7 Pro‘s best qualities. It all starts with the refined design, which improves on the Pixel 6 series’ immediately iconic camera bar by applying an aluminum casing and elegant cutouts for each shooter. That attention to detail extends to the ever-excellent camera suite, as Google’s computational photography smarts combine with expanded zoom capabilities, as well as new photography tricks like Photo Unblur. The latter is just one of many perks provided by Google’s second shot at its own custom silicon, the Tensor G2 — a machine learning-focused chipset that eschews CPU and GPU power for brainpower, yet still manages to impress with its sustained performance capabilities.

Second place: Google Pixel 7

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The Pixel 7 Pro was the runaway winner, amassing just over a quarter of the total points in our vote from a shortlist of 20 phones. But that doesn’t mean we forgot about its smaller, flatter, and even more affordable sibling.

Matching its predecessor’s sub-$600 price tag — a feat that still seems too good to be true — makes the Pixel 7 perhaps the easiest phone to recommend of any handset that hit shelves in 2023. It lacks the bells and whistles of the Pixel 7 Pro, and the missing telephoto lens, lower-res, 90Hz-capped display, and even slower charging (seriously, Google, sort this out in 2023), but the Pixel 7 otherwise packs in the best of the contemporary Pixel experience, all while saving you a hefty $300. You can’t argue with that.

Third place: Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

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What happens when the most successful smartphone maker in the world combines two of its elite devices into one? That’ll be the Galaxy S22 Ultra — a Galaxy Note/Galaxy S Ultra-hybrid that looked and felt immediately familiar, but in the best way possible. If the Galaxy S21 Ultra was “peak smartphone,” the Galaxy S22 Ultra is the celebratory flag planted on top of that peak.

Yet, despite reigning as the best camera phone, offering all the additional functionality of the S Pen, and having the very best software support outside of Cupertino, the indomitable Galaxy S22 Ultra nevertheless fell short of Google’s more reasonably priced alternatives in our voting. However, for those with no limits to their budget, Samsung’s powerhouse is still a clear winner.

Fifth place: OPPO Find X5 Pro

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It took an extra year for OPPO to crack our top five again after riding high in fourth back in 2023, but the Find X5 Pro deserves its place in the upper echelons of 2023’s smartphone hall of fame. With an exquisite, flowing design, bonkers-fast charging (both wired and wirelessly), and a world-class display, the Find X5 Pro wasn’t the most polished handset of 2023, but it was one of the phones with the most personality.

Reader’s Choice award: Google Pixel 7 Pro

While our phone of the year is all wrapped up, be sure to keep it locked to Android Authority throughout the holiday season as we’ll have tons more 2023 retrospective content, fun end-of-year pieces, and even more articles looking forward to 2023 as we consider what lies ahead in the tech world.

Until then, from our families to yours, have a truly happy holidays!

The Weekly Authority: 📱 Pixel 7’S 32

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⚡ Welcome to The Weekly Authority, the Android Authority newsletter that breaks down the top Android and tech news from the week. The 222nd edition here, with the Pixel 7’s (unofficial) 32-bit support, a plethora of Black Friday goodness, all the latest Twitter drama (which seems to be an ongoing thing, now), amazing moon views from NASA’s Orion, and more…

🦃 Happy Thanksgiving weekend! Hope you’re all enjoying the holidays and are suitably full of turkey with all the trimmings (or whatever delicious celebratory meal you’ve enjoyed). I’ve been browsing PS5 game deals, but haven’t made a purchase… yet.

Popular news this week

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The OnePlus 11 could have a surprisingly premium body.

But first, did you know that Black Friday sales usually start well before the big day? You might already have picked up some bargains earlier this week.

The sale continues into Cyber Monday, which this year falls on November 28.

Black Friday started in the US, but has since become an international event.

In case you need any help finding the best Black Friday deals — and let’s face it, browsing for them can be exhausting — we’ve done the hard work and rounded up everything you need in one place.

We’ve also rounded up the best UK Black Friday deals and top Canada Black Friday deals, if you live in either of those countries.

Looking for some Black Friday streaming deals? Here are all the best savings on Hulu, Peacock, HBO Max, and more — plus, we’ve got the best Black Friday streaming device deals on Roku, Amazon Fire, and more, too.

And AA‘s Nick Fernandez did an epic roundup of top deals in Friday’s Daily Authority.

Save even more money this Black Friday

Before you get your wallet out, we’ve also got some money-saving tips for you.

AA‘s Senior Audience Engagement Manager John Dye recommends abandoning your cart — so, add the deals you want to buy, go through the checkout process, but stop just before making payment. “Many of these companies have ‘re-engagement’ or ‘recapture’ campaigns that offer discounts to encourage you to complete your purchase,” Dye explains. By not completing a purchase, your cart triggers this system, which will then automatically send you a nudge to buy, usually along with some sort of discount. Sweet!

AA Writer Mark O’Neill also recommends this method for saving money and has got up to 20% off in the past — however, he notes that this method won’t work with all retailers, such as Amazon, for example.

AA contributor and Executive Editor of our sister site Drone Rush, Jonathan Feist, is also a fan of abandoning his cart, but for a different reason. By leaving items he wants to buy in his cart, he’s letting Amazon’s suggestion algorithms find cheaper alternatives. This may take a day or two, but even if you don’t find a cheaper option, you’ll be able to keep an eye on the deal in your cart in case it becomes even cheaper.

Check out our guide for even more money-saving tips this Black Friday.

Tech Calendar

November 25-28: Black Friday (and Cyber Monday) sales

November 28-December 2: Amazon Reinvent

December 2: The Callisto Protocol launches on PS4, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, and PC (not in Japan)

January 5-8, 2023: CES 2023 (Las Vegas)

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Pixel 7 Vs Pixel 6

Last Updated on August 2, 2023

Google has provided us with a sneak preview of the Google Pixel 7. After a teaser at the Google I/O developer conference in May, we know the phone’s aesthetic and that it’s similar to the Pixel 6.

The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro introduced a fresh design and processor for Google’s flagship phones last autumn. Since Google has revealed the Pixel 7, users are keen to know if the new Pixel phone will surpass its predecessor. And so are we.

To assist you in deciding which model could be best for you – and whether you should pick up a Pixel 7 at launch – here’s our detailed comparison of the Pixel 7 vs. Pixel 6.

Pixel 7 vs. Pixel 6 pricing

Google’s Rick Osterloh stated the Pixel 7 would be available in the fall when he unveiled it at Google I/O. That means October if Google follows a plan that resembles other Pixel releases. October 28th saw the release of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, and we’d expect something similar.

The price of the Pixel 7 will be the most critical concern for you if you’re looking forward to its release. The Pixel 7 will be well worth it if Google wants to offer it at the same price as the Pixel 6 series. The regular edition of the Pixel 6 series costs $599 (£599), and the Pro version costs $899 (£849).

Of course, if you consider the possibility that Google will lower the price of the Pixel 6 series after the launch of the new smartphone, it makes the Pixel 6 an even better option.

Pixel 7 vs. Pixel 6 specs comparison Design

Google will continue to use the horizontal camera bar that extends on the device’s back and the Lenses. According to Google, it will be made of recycled aluminum on the Pixel 7, instead of glass on the Pixel 6.

The company appears to have decided to stick with a two-model approach: the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro. Although, A third Pixel 7 model with a slightly larger screen than the Pro was mentioned in code that 9to5Google discovered in the Android Open-Source Project. However, it’s unclear if this alleged ‘Pixel 7 Ultra’ will be a part of the Pixel 7 lineup. 


Another thing about the Pixel 7 that we can be certain of is that it will use a new generation of Google’s Tensor chip. Based on rumors, the new chip won’t differ much in performance but will offer better power management.

Enabling new AI features appears to be a significant focus of Tensor’s upcoming iteration, as on-board machine learning was a major factor in Google’s decision to choose its silicon over Qualcomm chipsets.


The Google flagship’s camera setup significantly changed with the Pixel 6 lineup as the Pro model gained a telephoto lens and the main shooter’s megapixel count increased significantly to 50MP. Google has not yet confirmed that the Pixel 7 will use the same cameras as the current models.

However, it doesn’t matter if nothing changes, because Google frequently concentrates its photographic efforts on image processing and effect software. The Pixel lines frequently competes for the title of best camera phone because of this.

Battery life

Don’t anticipate a significant increase in battery size in the Pixel 7. For the record, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are using different batteries (4,614 mAh and 5,000 mAh respectively).

Moreover, the Pixel 6 is already one of the greatest smartphones available, and if Google decides to enhance the battery in future models, the Pixel 7 will be the best option a smartphone buyer can make.


Similar to how the Pixel 6 debuted with Android 12, the Pixel 7 will launch with Android 13. When Android 13 launches this year, Google will likely update the Pixel 6, given its track record and software support.

If the Pixel 7 continues the Pixel 6’s upgrade policy of three years of Android updates and five years of guaranteed security updates, the device may fall behind Samsung’s new flagships.

Samsung offers four years of Android updates starting with the launch of the Galaxy S22, which might put pressure on Google to be a little more forgiving with the Pixel 7.

Pixel 7 vs Pixel 6 Final Thoughts

In a nutshell, these are the main key differences between Pixel 7 and Pixel 6:

The design style is the same, although the details vary.

Both are said to have the same camera setup.

Possibly the same 90 Hz refresh rate and the same screen size.

Old gen Tensor vs. Next-gen Tensor.

Google ought to offer both platforms the same Android version.

Now, based on your preferences and what you might use the smartphone for (multitasking, photography, games, etc.), you may want to wait for the Pixel 7.

Overall, the Pixel 7 offers excellent upgrades, and we expect it to outperform the Pixel 6 in terms of features. However, the price may also rise because of the pandemic and chip shortages.

How To Customize The Pixel 5

One of the best reasons to use something like Android over iOS is due to the customization options. From adding custom and resizable widgets to changing the icons, and even swapping out your “stock” launcher for something entirely different, the possibilities are truly endless. If you’ve just picked up a Pixel 5 (or any Android phone), we’re going to go over the ins and outs for customizing your device.

The basics

Before you get started, it’s important to know exactly what you can do to customize your Home Screen. Without installing a single app, you can instantly change quite a few facets of what your Home Screen looks like.

How to add icons to the Home Screen

The simplest way to “customize” your Home Screen is by adjusting which applications are the easiest to access. With the inclusion of the App Drawer, you don’t need to have every app meticulously organized and categorized into folders. Instead, just add the apps that you care about the most, while keeping the other hidden away.

Swipe up to open the App Drawer.

Find the app you want to add to the Home Screen.

Touch and hold the app.

Drag and drop the app to your Home Screen.

How to add widgets

Widgets on Android are a bit different from those on iOS. There is much more that you can do with Android widgets. From being able to quickly skip songs on your playlist, to viewing your daily to-do list, widgets are more useful than you may realize.

From the Home Screen, touch and hold on an empty space.

Tap Widgets.

Locate the widget you want to add.

Drag and drop the widget on your Home Screen.

How to Change the Wallpaper

Another one of the simplest ways to personalize your Pixel 5 is to swap out the wallpaper. Google has included quite a few options to choose from. But you can also check out an app like Backdrops or Resplash to find even more.

From the Home Screen, touch and hold on an empty space.

Tap Styles & wallpapers.

Scroll down to find the built-in wallpapers to choose from.

Tap My Photos to select a wallpaper saved to your phone.

Select the wallpaper you want to set.

Tap the Check Mark icon in the bottom right-hand corner.

Choose which wallpaper you want to set:

Home Screen

Lock Screen

Home Screen and Lock Screen

Customize the icons

While you can’t change the icon themes on a Pixel 5 using the stock Launcher, you can change up the shapes. There are a few different options to choose from, while also being able to change up the system colors and a few of the system icons.

From the Home Screen, touch and hold on an empty space.

Tap Styles & wallpapers.

Select Style from the bottom toolbar.

Choose from the pre-populated options, or tap the + icon to create a Custom Style.

Tap the Check Mark icon in the bottom right-hand corner.

Diving deeper into customization

If you really want to customize and personalize your Pixel 5, the App Store is home to so many different options. Being able to swap out your launcher to provide additional functionality is something that is unrivaled. The possibilities are truly endless, and here are a few suggestions for you to try out.

Download a new launcher

Downloading a new launcher can change how you interact with your Pixel 5 on a day-to-day basis. Something like Action Launcher can provide a completely different App Drawer. Meanwhile Lawnchair Launcher provides that stock Android look and feel, with the customization options that you long for.

Lawnchair Launcher – Based on Launcher3 from AOSP, Lawnchair has all the features of the Pixel Launcher (including the Google Feed), plus customizability. Best of all? No root required.

Action Launcher – Action Launcher takes Pixel Launcher as a base, then adds a wealth of color, customizations and unique features so you can quickly and easily make your home screen shine!

Custom icon packs

Everyone loves to change up their icons. This provides a better way to express yourself, while creating a completely custom theme for your Home Screen. There are thousands of icon packs to choose from, but we’ve rounded up a few of our favorites.

PixBit – Includes almost 2,400 icons, along with the ability to request more icons from Dashboard app. Dynamic Calendar icon support and works with multiple launchers.

Borealis – Includes almost 20,000 icons, along with Icon Masking for unthemed icons. More than 45 wallpapers to choose from. Easily request new icons from Dashboard app.

CandyCons – CandyCons is an icon pack which follows Google’s Material Design language. This icon pack uses the material design color palette given by google. Every icon is handcrafted with attention to the smallest details!

Aline – A set of linear colorful icons. It goes perfectly on dark and AMOLED walls and we are sure that if you are a fan of dark and minimal setups, Aline icon pack will be your favourite! Includes more than 1,000 icons and 10 different wallpapers.

Whicons – Includes almost 6,300 icons, along with the ability to request more icons from Dashboard app. Dynamic Calendar icon support and works with multiple launchers.

Custom widgets

We’ve already touched on what you can do with widgets, but these apps are the way to go if you want to branch out a bit. KWGT can seem a bit daunting at first, but there’s an awesome community behind it. Either create something yourself, or download a KWGT Widget from the Play Store and get a completely different look without too much hassle.

KWGT – Make your Android Launcher or Lockscreen look unique with Kustom the most powerful Widget creator ever! Use its awesome WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor to create you own designs and display any data you need, at once and without draining your battery as many others tools do!

UCCW – Install countless skins from Google play or use ‘uzips’ (fully editable UCCW skin files) made by your friends. UCCW is a WYSIWYG (What-you-see-is-what-you-get) editor for widgets. You can tweak the layout of objects, fonts, images, shapes, Analog clocks, battery meters, weather and more.

Audio Widget Pack – Not every player has nice widget and now it is not a problem. Download this widget pack for audio players which allows you to control audio from your launcher.

Another Widget – Another Widget intelligently summarizes the information you need most. Watch the next events, the weather, and the information you want in an intuitive and elegant way.

10 Best Google Pixel 4A Cases You Can Buy

After making us wait for a long time, Google finally released its mid-ranger phone; Google Pixel 4a. And from all the reports, it’s an excellent phone. Its cameras can go head-to-head with thousand dollars flagships. The only drawback of this phone is that it comes with a plastic body that scuffs easily. So, if you are thinking of ordering, or have already ordered the Pixel 4a, you should invest in a good case. To make things easier for our readers, we have curated the list of 10 best Google Pixel 4a cases that you can buy right now.

Best Google Pixel 4a Cases You Can Buy (2023)

In the article, we have mentioned a variety of cases for Google Pixel 4a. Whether you want clear cases, extra protective cases, cool cases, wallet cases, or anything else, you will find an option here.

1. Pixel 4a Case by Google

One of my favorite cases of all time is the simple knitted cases made by Google. Not only these cases are durable, but they also offer a unique design language that I love. Unsurprisingly, Google has released theses cases for Pixel 4a and they look fabulous.

Buy from Amazon: $40 

Buy from Flipkart India: ₹2,599

2. Thinkart Google Pixel 4a Case

If you are looking for a budget case option that doesn’t compromise on the quality, check out the Thinkart Google Pixel 4a Case. Made using high-quality polymer, this is a softshell case that is easy to apply and remove. Despite being thin, it provides ample protection, thanks to the reinforced bumper that soaks up much of the impact.

The case itself is grippy, allowing you to keep the phone firmly secure in your hands. The best part is that it comes with two free screen-protectors. The Pixel 4a comes with Gorilla Glass 3 at the front, which is quite a few years old now, and is more susceptible to damage and scratches. The inclusion of a screen protector ensures that you are giving 360-degree protection to your device.

Buy from Amazon: $9.99

3. DiMiK Soft Silicone Matte Finish Case

The case adds no noticeable heft to the device and feels light in hand. It also adds extra grip to the device. The flexibility of the case makes it easy to apply and remove. The case also features a raised lip around the display, thereby providing extra protection. It might not be the case for people who want extreme protection, but good for everyone else.

Buy from Amazon: $8.99

4. Spigen Ultra Hybrid Designed for Google Pixel 4a

Spigen makes some of the best cases for smartphones, and its ultra hybrid design is one of my favorites. The hybrid design ensures that the case is easy to remove and apply while providing extra protection at the same time. Spigen does this by adding a flexible bumper around a durable poly-carbonate hardback.

This is also a clear case which means you will be able to show off your brand new Pixel 4a. The case also brings raised lips around camera bump and the display, thereby providing extra protection to lenses and the display. If you want a crystal clear transparent case with enhanced protection, this is the one to get.

Buy from Amazon: $11.99

5. Caseology Vault for Google Pixel 4a Case

While the above-mentioned cases bring ample protection, they are not for users who want extreme protection. For them, I recommend the Caseology Vault case. Like Spigen, Caseology is a respected brand in the accessory industry and I love their products. The vault is a heavy-duty yet light case for Pixel 4a that can handle a few feet of drops with ease.

Buy from Amazon: $12.99

6. anccer Ultra-Thin Cases for Google Pixel 4a

If you detest cases and cannot use them even if you want to, you should try out the ultra-thin cases by anccer. While this case can’t protect your phone against medium to heavy impacts, it can keep the scuffs and scratches at bay. Using this case is like applying a skin, only it offers way more protection and is easier to apply and remove.

The case is just 0.3mm thick. You won’t even feel it on your device. The case is available in several different colors and you can choose the one that suits your style. I love this case and recommend it to anyone who is looking for an ultra-thin case.

7. TGOOD Full Body Shockproof Rugged Case

If you want to provide 360-degree protection to your brand new Pixel 4a and don’t care about the bulk of the case, this might be the one for you. The case has a two-layer construction that helps distribute the impact of shock waves and provide extra protection.

The outer layer is made of hard polycarbonate material that keeps the phone intact in case of extreme contact. The inner layer uses soft TPU material that prevents scratches and scuffs. Finally, the marble-patterned back cover design protects your phone without losing a sense of fashion.

Buy from Amazon: $12.99

8. nlxl Pixel 4a Case

Another good thing about this case is that it comes with two free screen protectors, allowing you to protect not only the body of your phone but also the display. This is also the cheapest case on this list, so price-conscious consumers will certainly enjoy this one.

Buy from Amazon: $6.09

9. Wallet Case Compatible with Google Pixel 4a

If you prefer to use a wallet case for all-around protection, this wallet case for Pixel 4a from Fabric Faux is a great option. Available in several colors, the fabric material of the case brings a unique look and feel. Since it’s a wallet case, apart from providing protection, it also allows you to carry a couple of credit cards and cash.

You can also use the case as a kickstand to easily watch videos in landscape hands-free. Apart from the fabric, the case also uses faux leather material that gives the case a premium look-and-feel. It also features a magnetic snap cover that ensures that the wallet case is always closed and doesn’t flap around in your bag.

Buy from Amazon: $11.99

10. ESR Metal Kickstand Case

The final case on this list is from ESR which is also a well know case brand. If you love the kickstand usage of a wallet case but don’t like the bulk that comes with it, the ESR metal kickstand case will help you out. This is just like any other slim TPU case that brings ample protection.

Buy from Amazon: $18.99

Best Pixel 4a Cases for India 1. Case-Mate Back Cover for Google Pixel 4a

The case-mate back cover for the Google Pixel 4a is one of the finest Google Pixel 4a that you can buy in India. The case looks modern and sports a glitter design that makes it look funky. It brings 10-feet drop protection, which means your Pixel 4a is protected well. Whether you drop your phone from your table or while talking, the case will protect it.

I also love that it has a built-in antimicrobial protection that keeps the case clean of microbes (don’t forget to check out our list of best phone screen disinfectants). Yes, the case is a bit costly, but it justifies its price by bringing good design, extra protection, and anti-microbial coating.

Case-Mate also offers a clear case for Pixel 4a that brings all the same features at the same price. It’s a good option for people who don’t like the glitter pattern.

2. TweakyMod Designer Hard Case for Pixel 4a

If you are into designer cases, you will love this printed hard case for Pixel 4a from TweakyMod. The case is easy to install and take off and brings ample protection without adding a ton of bulk. It can easily handle some minor drops and prevents scratches and scuffs resulting from daily use of the phone.

The case is available in several prints featuring characters from the Marvel universe. My favorite is the red spider-man case as it’s eye-catchy. But you don’t have to buy the same. You can choose between Wolverine, Iron Man, Black Widow, and most of the other major Marvel characters.

Buy from Amazon: ₹279

Protect Your Google Pixel 4a with These Cases

That ends our article, and I hope you were able to find the perfect case for your Google Pixel 4a. As I mentioned before, whether you want a clear case, designer case, protective case, or anything else, you can find one that will meet your needs. Check out the list and let us know which case you decided to buy and why.

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