Last year brought us tones of changes to the mobile industry. The 2017 phone design trends included almost invisible bezels, ultra-sharp OLED displays and pro-like dual cameras. What’s particularly interesting, all those features weren’t reserved to only high-end flagship devices, as some of them come down to the budget phones. And with a new year just round the corner, a new generation of new handsets is waiting to revolutionize the mobile market.
If you’re looking for an incredibly affordable smartphone, Motorola have something special for you. The Moto G5S Plus, which is an upgraded version of the Moto G5’s bigger sibling, is already available for pre-order at extremely low price tag. You can buy it for $229. The phone doesn’t only come with slightly bigger display, but also offers more generous optic parameters and speaks new design language.
After months of leaks and speculations the Moto X4 finally has come the light and got announced. Debuting at the ongoing IFA 2017 trade show in Berlin, the new Motorola’s smartphone surprised audience with a several unique features, aesthetic design, superb dual camera system and support for Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant. Let’s give a closer look on this new kid on the block.
Introduced last year, the Moto Z line has just gained a new member. What makes the Z series stand out of crowd is the modular design compatible with cool MotoMods. Although Lenovo wasn’t the first to release a phone with modular functionality, unlike the LG which returned to more traditional design after LG G5 misfire, the company stayed loyal to the concept. Above that, Moto Z2 Force comes with a thinner body shell, shatterproof display and the Snapdragon 835 chip. Let’s take a closer look at this beast.
Last month Verizon Wireless announced that they will soon start to sell the Moto Z2 Play. Keeping the given word, today the carrier has officially expanded its lineup by the Moto Z2 Play. Labeled with a reasonable price tag the phone offers a package of decent mid-range specs and an attractive modular design.
Unlocked Nokia 6, Moto E and Alcatel Idol 5S are now on sale in the US with extra discount if you don’t mind ads on your lock screen
Amazon’s Prime Exclusive program is well known among the members for delivering freshly announced phones to the market at lower prices, but it happens rarely that we see phones debuting through the program. That state of things changes today as Amazon has just released the Alcatel Idol 5S. At this point the unannounced smartphone is available to Amazon customers. Along with the Idol 5S, the retailer launched two more phones: Nokia 6 and Moto E4. All three smartphones are sold unlocked and with significant discount, providing that you don’t mind ads on you lock screen.
Announced few weeks ago the Moto E4 finally on sale at Verizon Wireless. The carrier is the first service provider in the US to distribute the device. Although the phone doesn’t offer impressive specs or breath-taking design, it is the cheapest smartphones available on the mobile market to run the latest version of Android Nougat out of box.
Recently Lenovo’s Motorola has been pretty generous when it comes to launching new phones. A few weeks ago the company introduced the affordable Moto C and Moto C Plus, and two weeks ago the Moto Z2 Play had its official premiere. Today, the company is back again with another duet of smartphones. Although the Moto E4 and E4 Plus also belong to the budget line, they are a bit more expensive than the Moto C series.
Rumored for months, the Moto Z2 Play has been finally introduced to the world. When compared with the last year’s model the new Motorola phone introduces changes to the external design, hardware, camera and the battery parameters. Except for great internals, the Moto Z2 Play provides, just as the recently unveiled Essential Phone, its users with extra functionality delivered by a modular design.
Earlier today HTC released its latest flagship – the U11. However, if you’re looking for something cheaper, then Motorola, owned by Lenovo, may have something for you. Lenovo finally made official the long rumored Moto C and Moto C Plus. Both phones are supposed to be the company’s cheapest offerings ever. Packed with some really decent specs the Moto C and Moto C Plus may be your for less than $100.
Although Lenovo is making all its efforts to deliver a high-end Moto smartphone that will compete with Galaxy S8 or iPhone 7, it doesn’t mean that the company forgot about more-budget conscious customers. To be honest, there are few mid-range phones which debut is just a matter of time. Yesterday, the Moto Z2 Force, E4 Plus, Moto C and C Plus have leaked out unveiling its whole beauty on a series of render images and a 360 degree videos.
According to latest leaks Lenovo has plan to expand its Moto family by a few more affordable handsets. Expected to be even cheaper than the well known dirt cheap Moto E, the Moto C phones will be targeting at first-time smartphone buyers that do not need top-notch hardware. Let’s take a closer look at this new phone.
Motorola’s Moto G series is known for delivering best low-end phones. Recently the company expanded the line by two more devices, the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus. Both handsets ditch the plastic design to bring metal housing for surprisingly low money. Scheduled to hit sales in March the phones will be sold unlocked and contract free.
Best Buy offers the Droid Turbo 2 4G LTE for only $12.99 monthly and throws in a $200 gift card, wondering if you should buy it?
Those of you who aren’t afraid of being tied to a long-term contract may like to know that Best Buy has a special discount on the Motorola Droid Turbo 2 4G LTE Android smartphone. Distributed exclusively by Verizon Wireless the phone is now subject to sale at Best Buy for $312 or $12.99 if you opt in for an installment plan. If you aren’t entirely convinced that this is a phone for you, here are five of the device’s strongest points that make it worth its price.
Expected to officially debut at Mobile World Congress 2017 on February 26th the Lenovo-made Moto G5 seems to be one of the best known phones waiting for its premiere. Rolling in the rumor train for quite a long time, today the phone popped the net one more time, unveiling a pretty complete list of specs and features. To make the first impression even stronger the leak comes backed up with a series of photos presenting the device in its whole beauty.
It appears that smartphone market is so saturated that manufacturers and carriers are having a hard time reaching satisfying sales results. To boost the sales, companies often offer various deals and promotions, for instance a free or significantly cheaper phone for customers who buy a particular model. Such deals are especially appealing to customers who are in the market for more than one device. If you consider buying a duo of Moto phones, here’s a great offer – you can now get an unlocked Moto Z Play at half price when you buy the Moto Z from Best Buy.
This year we could witness premieres of many great affordable phones. The Lenovo’s Moto G4 Play is surely one of them. Being an extremely affordable offering, the handset provides solid specs at reasonable pricing. Released in September 2016 the Moto G4 Play has just received a significant discount. All those customers who buy the phone at B&H can benefit from a $50 rebate.
With Black Friday just around the corner, Motorola, HTC and BlackBerry have lavished us with tones of bargains for this shopping season. All three mobile manufacturers prepared some great discounts on its most wanted smartphones. Motorola slashes the prices of Moto Z and Moto Mods bundles, HTC discounts its latest flagship by $200, whereas Canadian BlackBerry discounts almost all recently released phones by half.
Frequently rumored the Motorola Moto M finally gets official. Released today in its home market of China the phablet combines stylish split-resistant metal body and a package full of powerful hardware. Just as expected the 5.5-inch handset comes covered with a nano-coating layer and offers 4GB RAM and solid optics represented by a 16MP and 8MP rear and front cameras.
In Northern hemisphere days are getting shorter, trees are shedding leaves, it’s colder and darker outside. All these are unmistakable signs that winter is on its way. While it may be downright depressing for some people, this gloomy season also has its joys. Winter means holidays are coming and holidays mean generous discounts on awesome smartphones. In fact, pre-holidays deals have already begun. Just last week the Nextbit Robin got its price slashed in half and now another Android smartphone in on sale before holiday fever. This time it’s the Moto G4 Play.