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Motorola and Amazon start selling the Moto Z3 Play and Moto G6

Motorola and Amazon start selling the Moto Z3 Play and Moto G6
Three new Motorola smartphones are now available for purchase in the United States: two variations of the Moto Z3 Play and the Moto G6. They can be had from either Motorola or Amazon if you don't mind getting the retailer's customized Prime Exclusive models.

Starting today, Motorola is selling the unlocked Moto Z3 Play for no less than $500 outright, a very high price that most people would only pay for a flagship device. The good news is the package includes a Motorola battery mod (2,200 mAh) that should offer up to 40 hours of combined battery life.

If you're not willing or can't afford to purchase the Moto Z3 Play from Motorola, Amazon has a better deal, as the same bundle is $50 cheaper. The tradeoff is you'll get the Moto Z3 Play Prime Exclusive, which comes with some Amazon apps pre-installed.

The Moto G6 is available for purchase on Amazon as well, so if you don't mind getting a Prime Exclusive variant of the phone, you'll only have to pay $235 for it, which means you'll save $15.

Obviously, Amazon is selling the unlocked version of the Moto G6, which works all major carriers in the country, including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. The same goes for the Prime Exclusive Moto Z3 Play.

source: Motorola, Amazon (1, 2) via AndroidPolice

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