Unlocked Moto Z3 Play goes 50 percent off list at Fry's with free Moto Mod included

Unlocked Moto Z3 Play goes 50 percent off list at Fry's with free Moto Mod included
After being repeatedly discounted by its manufacturer and reputable third-party retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H Photo Video in recent months, the Moto Z3 Play seems to have received a permanent price cut from $500 to $350 in an unlocked variant on Motorola's official US website.

Then again, the same upper mid-range handset is currently available for a full 500 bucks at B&H Photo Video and $400 and up with upfront carrier activation through Best Buy. Meanwhile, a killer new deal from Fry's Electronics lets you save 50 percent off the unlocked Moto Z3 Play in a Deep Indigo color with a Power Pack Moto Mod included at no extra charge.

Hence, you're looking at paying only $249.99 for a modular 6-inch smartphone with a Snapdragon 636 processor and 3,000 mAh battery, as well as a snap-on accessory that will seamlessly add an extra 2,220 mAh of power into the equation. The Z3 Play sports a reasonably sharp Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels and no cutout of any sort, a generous 4 gigs of RAM paired with 64 gigs of internal storage space, decent 12 + 5MP dual rear-facing cameras, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

You should also be able to run the latest (official) version of Android out the box following a recent over-the-air update, while perhaps the most infuriating flaw of the Moto Z3 Play is the lack of a headphone jack. Universally unlocked for both GSM and CDMA network use, the increasingly affordable 6-incher can be activated at will on your carrier of choice, be it AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, or Verizon.

Technically available both in physical Fry's stores and online for US shipping, the half-off Z3 Play might not be very easy to come by in certain states and areas. If you can get it at $249.99, you probably shouldn't hesitate to pull the trigger as soon as possible.

Check out the deal here

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