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Deal: get the Motorola Moto G4 and G4 Plus at up to $70 off from Amazon

Deal: get the Motorola Moto G4 and G4 Plus at up to $70 off from Amazon
Looking for an affordable phone at a great price? If so, then check out Amazon's Black Friday 2016 deal on the Motorola Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus. The retailer is selling the new affordable Moto G4 series at up to 25% below the usual retail prices.

Those on a very tight budget might be interested in the ad-subsidized 16GB Motorola Moto G4, which is priced at just $129.99 ($20 or 13% off). The 32GB variant of the ad-subsidized model is priced at $139.99 ($40 or 22% off).

If you're not willing to cope with Amazon's ads on the lock screen and a bunch of pre-loaded Amazon apps, you'll have to get a non-subsidized variant. The 16GB Moto G4 model is priced at $179.99 ($20 or 10% off). Fortunately, Amazon's biggest discount is on the 32GB version without ads, which currently costs $174.99 ($55 off or 24%).

Compared to its cheaper sibling, the Motorola Moto G4 Plus comes with a better camera, a fingerprint sensor, and an option with more RAM and storage. The 32GB/2GB variant of the G4 Plus is priced at $199.99 ($50 or 20% off) while the 64GB/4GB version only costs $229 ($70 or 24% down).

Note: All of these deals are for brand new unlocked units with manufacturer warranty. Best of all, these phones are compatible with both GSM and CDMA carriers.

While Motorola's new Moto Z series has raised some contradictory opinions, there's no denying that the latest iterations in the Moto G series are two of the best affordable smartphones money can currently buy.

What do you guys make of Amazon's Black Friday 2016 deal on the Moto G4 series?

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