In 2016 Amazon launched its Prime Exclusive program within which customers can buy discounted smartphones that come with personalized offers and ads on their lock screen. Recently, the retailer has expanded the program portfolio by two more Android handsets. Both the Moto G5 Plus and Alcatel A30 are now within the reach of all members of the program at really eye-catching price tags.
Amazon is now selling the Moto G5 Plus with $40 discount, while the Alcatel A30 may be yours for as little as $59.99.
The Moto G5 Plus and the Alcatel A30 have just joined the Prime Exclusive program. Both phones are sold unlocked and cost $184.99 and $59.99, respectively. Naturally, in the case of the Moto G5 Plus the mentioned price refers to the basic 2GB RAM/32GB storage model. Those in need for a faster and more capacious version can also get a 4GB/64GB variant, but they will be charged $54.99 more. Wondering how much will you manage to save when taking advantage of the Prime Exclusive program?
Regular pricing for the 2GB/32GB Moto G5 Plus shapes round $229.99, which translates to savings worth $45. Those who buy the discounted Moto G5 Plus with 4GB RAM will save $60, as normally the phone costs $299.99. As for the Alcatel A30 is regular price tag is $99.99, which is $40 more than when benefiting from Prime Exclusive.
Moto G5 Plus
Both phones are surely worth the asked money. The Moto G Plus is a 5.2-incher housing a 1920x1080p resolution screen panel. Driven by an octa-core Snapdragon 625 processor it runs Android 7.0 Nougat out of box. Meanwhile, in the optics department the device offers a combination of a 12MP primary sensor and a 5MP selfie-friendly snapper on the front. Furthermore, kept alive by a 3,000 mAh battery the phone supports microSD expansion.
When it comes to the Alcatel A30, specs-wise the phone is a bottom-end device. This shouldn’t surprise taking into account its extremely low price tag. Even though, the handset still delivers decent smartphone functionality. Packing a 5-inch HD display the phone is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 210 processor coupled with 2GB RAM and 16GB thankfully expandable storage. Interestingly enough, just as the Moto G5Plus and any other self-respecting phone released in 2017, the device works on the latest Android version. Camera parameters are represented by an 8MP rear shooter and a 5Mp front-facing snapper in charge of selfies.
Although adds displayed on the lock screen may be a bit irritating for many of us, the opportunity to score a new shiny smartphone with a considerable rebate outstrips the discomfort of watching Amazon’s marketing materials. Those Prime subscribers ready to sacrifice, may order both phones right now from the retailer’s online store. However, keep in mind that the Moto G5 Plus will launched on March 31, while the Alcatel 30A is scheduled to start shipping on April 19.