Hot new deal drops unlocked Motorola Edge (2021) with 5G into impulse buy territory

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Hot new deal drops unlocked Motorola Edge (2021) with 5G into impulse buy territory
Be honest, have you lost count of all the great Motorola smartphones marked down to new record low prices by the likes of Amazon, Best Buy, and the handset manufacturer itself just in time for the holidays?

The early Black Friday deal to end all deals may have just arrived, making it largely unnecessary to shop around or wait around for something better, at least if you're not in the market for an Android flagship like the Edge+ (2022) or the rare stylus-wielding mid-range affair.

Motorola Edge (2021)

5G, Unlocked, 256GB Storage, 8GB RAM, Nebula Blue

Originally priced as high as $699.99 and discounted by a whopping $400 only a few days ago, the 5G-enabled Motorola Edge (2021) is now on sale at an absolutely incredible $450 off list.

It's perhaps needless to highlight that the unlocked 6.8-inch giant is cheaper than ever before with no strings attached and no special requirements, and although Amazon's latest promotion doesn't carry an expiration date, we really don't see how the e-commerce giant could possibly keep this phenomenal bargain running for more than a few hours.

Not necessarily the best mid-range phone out there, with a Snapdragon 778 processor under the hood and no guaranteed Android 13 update... yet, the 2021-released Motorola Edge offers positively mind-blowing specs for its deeply discounted price.

We're talking a silky smooth 144Hz LCD screen, incredibly generous 256 gigs of internal storage space paired with an 8GB RAM count, a 108MP (!!!) primary rear-facing camera, 32MP selfie shooter, and even a hefty 5,000mAh battery equipped with 30W charging capabilities (with the actual 30-watt charger included in the box at no extra cost).

Even if you don't need a new mid-end smartphone right now, you may need to buy this ultra-affordable bad boy before it's too late... and you end up regretting your hesitancy.

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