Another day, another round of Moto X4 discounts, another all-time low price

Another day, another round of Moto X4 discounts, another all-time low price
If you’re still in the market for a mobile tech Christmas gift that won’t break the bank or embarrass you with modest specifications and a lackluster design, the oft-discounted Moto X4 is yet again on sale in both 32 and 64GB variants.

When Best Buy slashed the price of the entry-level configuration down to $159.99 with carrier activation last week, it really felt like no one could beat that massive $190 markdown. But lo and behold, as the Moto X4 has already hit a new all-time low price of $139.99.

The same condition applies at the same retailer, with bargain hunters required to choose their wireless service provider right off the bat if they want to spend just 140 bucks. If not, you need to cough up $189.99... or head over to B&H Photo Video, where the 32 gig data-accommodating handset still costs $165 with absolutely no strings attached.


Best Buy’s latest deal is valid with upfront activations on Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint, but technically, you’ll be getting an unlocked version of the Moto X4. The same goes for the 64GB configuration, which currently sets you back $199.99 with carrier activation and $249.99 sans restrictions of any sort.

If you don’t want to choose your network right away, a good way to maximize your savings would be to shop for the 64 gig X4 at B&H Photo Video, where a “clip coupon” applied before checkout will reduce the phone’s price from $249.99 to $224.99.

Keep in mind that the 64GB storage space is paired with a generous 4GB RAM, while the 32 gig variant downgrades the memory count to 3GB. Running Android 9.0 Pie already on the software side of things, the Moto X4 also stands out in the sub-$200 market segment with a snazzy glass body, respectable dual rear-facing cameras, a surprisingly capable selfie shooter, and hands-free Alexa support out the box.

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2 Comments

1. yalokiy

Posts: 954; Member since: Aug 01, 2016

"the Moto X4 also stands out in the sub-$200 market segment with a snazzy glass body, respectable dual rear-facing cameras, a surprisingly capable selfie shooter, and hands-free Alexa support out the box." And IP68 water resistance rating.

2. roldefol

Posts: 4744; Member since: Jan 28, 2011

God this phone is old. Move on, people. Nothing to see here.

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