Killer new deal brings the unlocked Moto G7 Power with 4GB RAM down to $200

Killer new deal brings the unlocked Moto G7 Power with 4GB RAM down to $200
A new day, a sweet new deal on a respectable and already pretty affordable Motorola smartphone. The mid-range Moto G7 Power is still on sale at Verizon for 50 percent off its list price with a new line of service and monthly installments, but if you don't want to jump through all those hoops, Woot is charging only $199.99 for a factory unlocked version of the 6.2-inch handset at the time of this writing.

The same Amazon-owned retailer offered the unlocked Moto E5 Play for an insanely low $49.99 yesterday, and although the G7 Power costs significantly more, the value for money is arguably similar and essentially irresistible. After all, you're looking at an Android 9.0 Pie-running device released just a few months ago with a colossal 5,000 mAh battery under the hood that Motorola claims is good for up to 3 days of endurance between charges. To put that number in perspective, the extra-large and ultra-high-end Galaxy S10+ merely comes with a 4,100 mAh cell.

Naturally, the rest of the Moto G7 Power's specs are far less impressive, including HD screen resolution, Snapdragon 632 processing power, a single 12MP rear-facing camera, and an 8MP selfie shooter. 

Interestingly, Woot has a dual SIM G7 Power configuration on sale at 200 bucks with 4GB RAM and 64 gigs of internal storage space in tow. That beats the 3/32GB variant typically available directly from Motorola, as well as Amazon and Best Buy, at a recommended price of $250. The downside is you only get a 90-day warranty from Woot, and even though the retailer claims its discounted phone is designed specifically for North American use, with both GSM and CDMA support on deck, that's... probably not the case. 

You'll most likely be able to activate this exclusively on GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile, which is still pretty great for a brand-new handset with a gigantic battery fetching $199.99.

Check out the deal here

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