The best Motorola phones are all on sale at big discounts at B&H with no strings attached
While Motorola is pretty much out of the high-end smartphone game, it's hard to beat the Lenovo-owned company when it comes to budget-friendly mid-rangers. Just ask Samsung, which has been spending a lot of time, money, and resources on completely reimagining its mid-end product portfolio only to continue seeing the likes of the Moto G7 and G7 Power top the best-selling handset lists of most major US retailers.
significantly better than everything the device manufacturer has ever offered, and although they're technically not radical enough to also beat Best Buy's highest discounts to date, they come with absolutely no strings attached.The two early 2019-released devices will no doubt boost their popularity even further as the holidays draw near, but if you want to beat the rush (and the lines), B&H Photo Video is already running an extensive and very compelling sale on a bunch of unlocked Motos. These killer new deals are
We're talking no obligatory upfront activation on any specific network, no monthly installments, bill credits, or anything of the sort. You simply cough up as little as 180 bucks and the big-battery Moto G7 Power is yours with absolute carrier freedom and full support for both GSM and CDMA operators nationwide, not to mention a complimentary Avoda TPU case, Avoda tempered glass screen protector, and 3-month Mint Mobile 8GB prepaid SIM card kit.
Freebies notwithstanding, that's a solid $70 you're looking at shaving off an already reasonable price of an excellent mid-range phone, while the "regular" Moto G7 variant is currently marked down by an even higher 100 bucks to only $199.99 in a 64GB storage configuration. At first glance, the $150 Moto G7 Play is not to be ignored either, but believe it or not, the significantly higher-end (and modular) Moto Z3 Play is itself available at a measly 150 bucks after a massive $200 price cut.
Digital hoarders will be happy to hear they can double down on the 32 gigs of storage space provided by the entry-level Z3 Play configuration if they don't mind paying an extra $80. Meanwhile, the newer and faster Moto Z4 is up for grabs at $399.99 instead of a $499.99 MSRP with a 360 Camera Moto Mod included, and the even newer Motorola One Action fetches $250 after $50 "holiday savings" and a $50 "clip coupon." Finally, the low-end Moto E6 is... still not very compelling at a discounted $99.99 price, while the OG Moto G6 can be considered an absolute bargain yet again after a $130 price cut bringing it down to $120.