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.
Unlocked Moto G5S Plus is already open for pre-order. Except for better camera and bigger display, the phone offers a ridiculous low price tag.
Dressed in an attractive aluminum body replacing the old plastic one, the Moto G5S Plus houses a pretty massive 5.5-inch display (up from a 5.2-inch panel) sporting full HD resolution. Such screen parameters should be good enough to deliver great viewing and gaming experience. Powered by a Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 625 processor coupled with 3GB or 4GB RAM optionally (up from 2GB RAM), the handset should deliver smooth performance and undisturbed multitasking.
Skipping to the cameras, it is the second feature than has been enhanced. Right now instead of an 5MP selfie oriented snapper we can benefit from an 8MP sensor with panoramic mode. The same with the primary camera, which consist of two 13MP sensors instead of just one like it was in the case of the handset’s predecessor. Kept alive by the same 3,000 mAh battery, the phone should provide its users with long hours of work and entertainment. Sadly even though the phone offers a fingerprint scanner, features like USB Type-C and NFC aren’t still included, which should come as a big surprise at this price point.
Speaking of the phones availability and pricing, the unlocked Moto G5S Plus is open for preorder for just $229.99. Naturally, this is a limited time offer after which the 32GB phone will cost $279. As for the 64GB model, it may be yours for $299.
If you’re interested in the device you can buy it via Motorola’s official online store. Whereas on September 29th the phone will officially hit the shelves of Best Buy, B&H Photo, Walmart and Newegg. Even though the phone suffers several feature deficiencies, it is still capable enough to be called the steal of a deal.