You can now get the 64GB Moto G6 at an unbeatable $140 discount on Amazon

You can now get the 64GB Moto G6 at an unbeatable $140 discount on Amazon
For the umpteenth time over the past few months, the popular Moto G6 mid-ranger is on sale from its manufacturer and third-party retailers like B&H Photo Video at a $70 discount in a 32GB variant and for a full 100 bucks off its list price with 64 gigs of internal storage space.

But as always, you can save even more money by opting for an Amazon Prime Exclusive version unlocked for unrestricted use on all four major US wireless service providers. You'll obviously need a Prime membership to take advantage of the latest Amazon deal, which shaves a massive $140 off the regular price of a G6 with 4 gigs of RAM and 64 of local digital hoarding room.

Of course, this bad boy, available at the time of writing in a Deep Indigo paint job only, has also been repeatedly marked down in the recent past, never quite reaching today's new all-time low price. That's obviously because the Moto G6 is not getting any younger and the G7 and G7 Power are rapidly getting incredibly affordable already.
Despite its decidedly modest Snapdragon 450 processor, last year's main Moto-branded budget-friendly 5.7-incher is no pushover all in all, with pretty versatile dual 12 + 5MP rear-facing cameras also in tow, as well as relatively thin bezels, a tall and sharp IPS LCD panel, a decent 3,000 mAh battery with TurboPower charging support, and a front-mounted fingerprint sensor.

In case you're wondering, the only notable difference between a standard and Prime Exclusive Moto G6 model is in the software department, where the latter features a bunch of Amazon apps pre-installed. Otherwise, you're making absolutely no compromises, as ads and sponsored screensavers have been eliminated from the Prime Exclusive equation a while back. 



1. Venom

Posts: 4004; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

You're making some compromises. You're locked to having Amazon on your phone and it's deeply rooted the software. I would say that's a pretty significant compromise imo.

2. hurrycanger

Posts: 1776; Member since: Dec 01, 2013

At that price, imo, it's a tiny compromise. Amazon apps don't affect your everyday usage, like, at all; and they take up way less than 1gb. Having 64gb expandable storage is awesome and can make up for that. On an unrelated note, the Moto X4 32gb (Black) is only $120. Now that's a super steal!

3. joethemusician

Posts: 2; Member since: Jul 08, 2017

Nah. Buy it from Google Fi for $99, activate and then immediately cancel service... Done.

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