Black Friday may have come and gone, but the list of offers surrounding the Motorola phones simply do not seem to go away.
The Moto G4 and the Moto G4 Plus have been receiving the bulk of the offers. Now it is the turn of the Moto Z to also get featured in this list. Verizon is offering the device on an unbelievable 24-month contract which requires users to come up with a monthly payment of just $4.99. There is also no requirement for an upfront payment.
As a result, it equates to a total payment of just $120 for the handset over the period of two years. It is quite a remarkable deal for a phone that cost $700 in retail market. For those opting for the Moto Z Droid, a JBL SoundBoost MotoMod along with the Incipio OffGrid 2,220 mAh battery pack is also offered for free by Best Buy.
If getting tied on a two-year contract with Verizon is not the idea, it is also possible to for the Moto G4 Play on the prepaid option. The base version of the Moto G4 currently goes for $85, but it is now possible to secure it for just $35. Once again, it is an amazing value for money option for those who just want to experience the Moto G4 Play without any of the prepaid plans from Verizon.
Offering a 5 inch display with 720p resolution, the Moto G4 Play is not the one for performance since it uses a snapdragon 410 processor. This quad core processor with a clock speed of 1.2 GHz is just about barely sufficient to run the android 6.0 operating system. However, the presence of 1 or 2 GB of RAM depending on the internal memory of the device – 8 GB or 16 GB – it is possible to experience good performance on the Moto G4 Play as well. Since the Motorola phones run on the stock android, it has already been revealed that they would be receiving the update to the Android Nougat OS.
The Moto Z is a top of the range device with elements like the snapdragon 820 processor, 5.5-inch screen, QHD resolution, 4 GB of RAM, and a 13-megapixel camera on board. It is still remarkable to think that all these features are available for just over $120 even if it means being tied to Verizon for the next four years.
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