Motorola sells quite a few decent mid-range smartphones in the US, which is probably the main reason why its parent company can be considered successful in the mobile industry all of a sudden, but if we were to pick just one 2019-released Moto handset to recommend to professional bargain hunters nowadays, we'd most likely go with the G7 Power.
discounted countless times in recent months, both in an unlocked variant and with payment plans on several carriers. Available free of charge at Metro by T-Mobile on an eligible port-in, the 6.2-incher can now also be had for as little as $0.83 a month with Verizon installments and a new line of service or new account altogether.Reasonably priced right off the bat, the battery life champion has been
That's almost as good as free, amounting to a measly $19.92 after 24 monthly payments. You'll have to order the phone from Best Buy, though, rather than grab it directly at Verizon, where it still costs $5 a month with a new line, adding up to an also affordable grand total of 120 bucks.
Of course, if you are thinking of activating the Moto G7 Power on a new Verizon account or an existing one with a new line, you might as well do that at Best Buy and save an extra $100 or so. Normally, the device would set you back as much as $250, packing 3 gigs of RAM, 32 of internal storage space, a respectable octa-core Snapdragon 632 processor, and above all, a gargantuan 5,000mAh battery.
By the way, that battery life champion label is not just a figure of speech or a theoretical assessment of the capacity of this bad boy's ticker. The G7 Power still dominates our endurance charts, lasting significantly longer between charges than recent flagships like the Galaxy Note 10+, OnePlus 7 Pro, or Asus ZenFone 6.