Deal: The Moto E4 is just $40 (44% off) on Amazon, but it's locked to Verizon
The Moto E4 was launched at Verizon back in June as the carrier's cheapest Android smartphone. At just $70, Motorola's budget-friendly handset was an absolute steal for customers looking for their first smartphone.
Fast forward three months and the Moto E4's price has dropped by almost 50%. If you don't mind being tied to a carrier like Verizon, the Moto E4 is a great phone due to price-specs ratio.
For a limited time, customers can buy the Verizon-branded Moto E4 for just $40 on Amazon. The bad news is the retailer will now ship the phone within 1 to 4 weeks, probably due to high demand.
Keep in mind that this is a prepaid phone, so there are no other costs attached to the deal, just the fact that it's locked to Verizon. It's also worth pointing out that while the smartphone ships with Android Nougat right out of the box, we don't rule out a possible Android Oreo update in the future.
We have yet to learn Lenovo's Android Oreo update plans, which could include most of the Motorola smartphones launched in the last two years or so.