This Moto G6 deal cuts the price of the phone to just $200

This Moto G6 deal cuts the price of the phone to just $200
The Motorola Moto G6 is probably among the best sub-$300 smartphones you can get right now. It launched earlier this year at a bargain price of $249.99 (for what you're getting, anyway), but now you can get one for less than $200 at Fry's!

To take advantage of the deal, you'll need a Fry's Tuesday promo code, which you can get when you sign up on the site. After you've received your promo code, simply add the Moto G6 to your basket, apply the code, and watch as the price plummets down to $199.99.

This deal is for the unlocked version of the Moto G6 that is compatible with most US carriers.

Currently running Android 8 Oreo, the Moto G6 will certainly be updated to Android 9 Pie. New(ish) software aside, the smartphone offers a splash-resistant body, a 5.7-inch IPS display with 1080 x 2160 pixels, a decent dual rear camera, fingerprint scanner, 3 GB of RAM, and a 3000 mAh battery. If you want to find out more about the device, our Moto G6 review is waiting.



1. BullaBoss

Posts: 141; Member since: Jul 17, 2018

Meh.... the value is in the $300-$350 range.

5. Atechguy0

Posts: 918; Member since: Aug 03, 2018

$200 for a Moto G6, which offers and does more than an iPhone XR. The G6 has a way better display, and it's a higher resolution full HD+ LCD display with a higher pixel density as well. It even has two rear cameras with a regular camera, and a wide angle camera. It has the same amount of ram as the XR, USBC, quick charger in the box, a 3.5mm audio jack. Same speed LTE as the XR, and more. The real joke is if someone buys an iPhone XR instead.

6. roldefol

Posts: 4745; Member since: Jan 28, 2011

My G6 honestly sucks as a camera - it's so slow, anyone moving is just a blur, and most photos come out too dark. I have a music app that stutters when it never did on previous devices, and occasionally the UI stutters too. It's good for the price, but I would never compare it to the XR or Pixel or Galaxy because the processor is weak and the camera is meh. You really do get what you pay for.

7. Atechguy0

Posts: 918; Member since: Aug 03, 2018

First of all your a know iPhone zealot. So I know you are a liar when it comes to anything Android. You mention the previous devices. When the G6 has the new SD 450 (14nm) which is clocked at 1.8 GHz with all 8 64 bit cores. It is even using a faster ram speed. The previous Moto G5 has a SD 430 (28nm) which is clocked at 1.4 GHz (quad core) processor, with slower ram. The SD 450 even has a GPU that is more than twice the speed of the previous SD 430, which easily drives it's full HD+ resolution display. Like to see the XR drive a full HD+ display, but it can't. The XR can't even display full HD, unless it down scales it. As far as the cameras are concerned. They had to cut some corners on the G6. But I don't believe you for one second that anyone moving is a blur, especially when it can record up to 120 fps. I have a Moto G6, so I know. It's easy to compare the XR here, especially when it's so overpriced for what you are getting in comparison to other smartphones.

8. roldefol

Posts: 4745; Member since: Jan 28, 2011

I'll let the iPhone crack slide, other than to say I'm on my 5th straight Android. My last two devices were a Nexus 6P and G5 Plus. I knew I wasn't getting a great camera with the G6, but it's felt like a step down even from the G5+. I can't explain the stuttering music other than to say my last 3 devices handled the same app just fine. I don't care about clock speeds, I only care if things run smoothly. I'm still happy with my purchase. I'm just saying don't expect too much from a $200 phone.

4. Atechguy0

Posts: 918; Member since: Aug 03, 2018

Dam good deal.

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