relatively modest backup device powered by a Snapdragon 450 processor, Best Buy is currently offering some actual discounts on the One Action itself. Obviously, these are nowhere near as drastic as the $250 retail value of an unlocked G6, but if you're interested in spending as little money as possible on Motorola's unconventional action phone, they're definitely worth a look.But if you don't need a
Motorola One Action can be reduced from its aforementioned $350 MSRP all the way down to $249.99 with an upfront Sprint activation. Meanwhile, those willing to commit to one of the nation's top two wireless service providers right off the bat are looking at saving 50 bucks, which will leave them having to cough up $299.99.Up for grabs in Pearl White and Denim Blue paint jobs, the 128GB
Across the board, Best Buy is sweetening the One Action deal further by throwing in a complimentary $50 e-gift card you can use towards a future digital purchase. Keep in mind that you'll technically be able to switch carriers at will after initially activating your service on Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint, while choosing the post-acquisition activation option means you'll need to pay 350 bucks for the unlocked handset and settle for just the e-coupon freebie.
Apart from a truly impressive and highly unusual 16MP ultra-wide action cam, the mid-end device on sale here also has a decent primary 12MP shooter going for it, as well as a 5MP depth sensor for bokeh effects, a nice 6.3-inch FHD+ hole punch display, excellent battery life, blazing fast fingerprint recognition, and yes, even a good old fashioned headphone jack. All in all, this bad boy is certainly no one-trick pony, and Best Buy's promotions make it seem like a very smart purchase for a wide range of everyday consumers rather than just hardcore action camera fans.