G6 variant, you can do that by coughing up a measly 48 bucks right now, either as a one-time payment with an upfront activation on the nation's largest wireless service provider or by committing to a 24-month installment plan. If you choose the latter option, you're looking at 24 monthly payments of $2 each, which is pretty crazy considering how well the Moto G6 seems to be holding up nearly a year and a half after its commercial debut.As long as you don't mind purchasing a Verizon-specific
the 5.7-inch handset can't take on this year's best mid-rangers (its sequel included) in terms of things like processing power, but that Full HD+ "Max Vision" display with relatively thin bezels and no divisive cutouts is still pretty great. The same goes for a versatile 12 + 5MP rear-facing camera setup that the Moto G7 didn't exactly revolutionize, while the 3,000mAh battery... should be enough to get you through a typical workday, which is all you can really ask for in the sub-$50 price range.Obviously,
The pre-installed software is also fairly clean and smooth, even on Verizon, which allowed the carrier to bring an official Android 9.0 Pie update to the G6 several months ago. Naturally, the configuration on sale at the time of this writing for as little as $48 only comes with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage space, which should also be more than enough for most routine tasks and use cases. Just keep in mind that choosing to activate the device "later" on Verizon will bring that insanely low price all the way up to $240, which is certainly no longer fair to ask for this incredibly popular oldie.