Motorola offers select models at up to $150 off for a limited time only

Motorola offers select models at up to $150 off for a limited time only
There are some smartphone owners who have been partial to Motorola handsets over the years, dating back to November 2009 with the launch of the Motorola DROID. Thanks in part to Android 2.0, the DROID was the first smartphone that legitimately challenged the Apple iPhone. Despite offering some well received smartphones in subsequent years (the 4.3-inch Motorola DROID X comes to mind), nothing ever approached the popularity of that very first DROID model.

As time ticks away the final two weeks of the 2017 holiday shopping season, Motorola has a range of offerings that shave as much as $150 off the price of a new Motorola phone. And if you select a phone from the Moto Z series, you'll be happy to know that some modular Moto Mod accessories are discounted by 25%.

The phones and Moto Mods included in the sale, their price and the currently offered discount, include:

  • Moto G5 Plus-64GB model sale price $239.99, $60 discount; 32GB model sale price $199, $30 discount.
  • Moto X4-sale price $349, $50 discount.
  • Moto Z-sale price $424.99, $75 discount.
  • Moto Z2 Play-sale price $349.99, $150 discount.
  • Moto 360 Camera-sale price $224.99, $75 discount.
  • JBL SoundBoost 2-sale price $59.99, $20 discount.
  • JBL SoundBoost-sale price $59.99, $20 discount.
  • Moto Style Shell-sale price $18.74, $6.25 discount.
  • Moto gamepad-sale price $59.99, $20 discount.
  • Moto Style Shell w/ wireless charging-sale price $29.99, $10 discount.
  • Moto insta-share projector-sale price $224.99, $75 discount.
  • Hasselblad True Zoom-sale price $224.99, $75 discount.
  • Incipio Vehicle Dock-sale price $48.74, $16.25 discount.
If you need a last minute gift for someone, or even just for yourself, click on the appropriate sourcelink below. Keep in mind that these prices are available for a limited time only.

source: Motorola (1), (2), (3), (4), (5) via AndroidAuthority



1. roldefol

Posts: 4745; Member since: Jan 28, 2011

The Droid brand may be dead, but its spirit lives on in this here G5 Plus in my hand. Near-stock? Check. Decent but not great camera? Check. Honest to goodness two day battery life? CHECK. This may as well be the Droid Maxx 4.

2. Matrixzonee

Posts: 10; Member since: Aug 01, 2017

Crap phones. Moto pushes 2 or 3 updates in 1 year. Basic functionality like phone volume persist even after 10 months.. Dont buy Moto phones

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