Usually, the Moto G4 Plus sells on B&H Photo at a cool $299.99, but given that market has already received the Moto G5 Plus, we are now seeing discounts on one of the best budget phones from 2016.
If you have been eying the Moto G4 Plus for a while now but couldn’t match the asking price of $300, well, it’s your time to grab the handset for $100 less. At B&H Photo, the G4 Plus is now selling for just $199.99, but this deal is not here to last. In fact, you only have about 19 hours left before this deal comes to an end and as such, you need to hurry before it expires.
As noted, the Moto G4 Plus is a 2016 budget phone that took this market segment by storm thanks to an excellent design language, a magnificent camera as well as top-notch performance specs, yet priced quite affordably. But as you know, one man’s poison is another man’s meat.
The Moto G4 Plus has several variants, but the one being sold on B&H is the high-end model. The base model has a RAM of 2GB and onboard storage of 16GB while the midrange version has 3GB RAM and twice the storage of the base model. As for the high-end model, it gets even better where you get 4GB RAM and an impressive 64GB of storage. If this isn’t enough, there’s room to expand it via a microSD card slot that can accommodate up to 256GB.
On the back of the Moto G4 Plus is a 16MP camera with phase detection and laser AF, dual-tone LED flash, f/2.0 aperture and support for 1080p video recording. The front has a 5MP lens with a slightly smaller f/2.2 aperture, but it adds auto-HDR support. The G4 Plus has a 3000mAh battery that keeps it alive and even though it has Android Marshmallow out of the box, an update to Nougat is already available for download.
For the display, the Moto G4 Plus has a decent 5.5-inch 1080p screen that is protected by Corning’s Gorilla Glass 3 technology. You also get nifty additions such as fast charging, front-mounted fingerprint scanner, Bluetooth 4.1 as well as 4G LTE support, among others.
Being an unlocked variant, this Moto G4 Plus model being sold will work with any carrier in the U.S., be it Verizon, AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile, among other GSM and CDMA carriers.
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