Moto X4 hits a new all-time low price for Amazon Prime members at a 38 percent discount

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Moto X4 hits a new all-time low price for Amazon Prime members at a 38 percent discount
The mid-range Moto X4 has been discounted more times than we can count over the last few months, fetching at one point a sub-$100 price with upfront carrier activations at Best Buy, but right now, the shiny 5.2-incher is available for $350 and up from Motorola and third-party retailers like B&H Photo Video.

That makes this an ideal time for Amazon to bring the handset down to a new all-time low price in its Prime-exclusive 32GB variant, currently sold at a cool 38 percent off its $209.99 usual price. You'll obviously need an Amazon Prime membership to take advantage of this latest X4 deal, but Prime-exclusive phones are no longer very different from standard versions of the same model.
You won't be served any ads or sponsored screensavers on this substantially marked-down device, which comes with the same respectable hardware and modern software as a "normal" Moto X4. A pre-installed selection of Amazon apps sits on top of the phone's Android 9.0 Pie OS, including Prime Video, Kindle, Amazon Music, and of course, the e-commerce giant's wildly popular shopping app. 

There's also Alexa waiting for you as soon as you first boot up the handset, supporting hands-free voice commands right off the bat. Under the hood, the 2017-released Moto X4 packs a Snapdragon 630 processor, 3GB RAM, and a 3,000 mAh battery, which is still not too shabby for the sub-$150 segment. Especially when taking into consideration other decent specs and features, including IP68 water resistance, an almost unusually small (by 2019 standards) 5.2-inch Full HD display, a headphone jack, front-mounted fingerprint reader, dual 12 + 8MP rear-facing cameras, and a 16MP selfie shooter. Oh, and the Amazon Prime-exclusive Moto X4 is also compatible with all major US carriers, from AT&T and T-Mobile to Sprint and Verizon.

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