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42 Reddit comments about Moto G (4th Generation) - Black - 16 GB - Unlocked - Prime Exclusive - with Lockscreen Offers & Ads:

u/ybitz · 6 pointsr/tmobile

Moto G4, $130 for Amazon prime members with lockscreen ads. +$20 to upgrade from 16GB to 32GB, +$50 to get rid of ads,

u/furuta · 4 pointsr/windowsphone

I did just that, today actually. Got a Moto G4 on amazon (with prime) for $125 after an additional random prime discount. Great phone for the price. I'm also rationalizing it as a test phone for Android in general, as I am beginning to see the writing on wall that this platform is truly (and sadly) on its way out.

u/ITman2000 · 3 pointsr/PickAnAndroidForMe

No i haven't seen any. They are all weak come compare to other android phones you can get around this price. Like the [Moto g4] ( which is the best option you can get at withing this price. The moto g4 is up to date with the latest android os, has pretty decent processor performance, gb ram and battery life. Snapdragon 617, 2gb ram and 3000 mah battery life which can last you all day with mix use.

u/iFonePhag · 3 pointsr/PickAnAndroidForMe

Then maybe this will help. I just put together this rough list together on 4-18-17 of recommendations for anyone on a GSM network in the USA. I'll update it as I think of others.

Alcatel A30 GSM - 16 GB - Black - Unlocked - Prime Exclusive - with Lockscreen Offers & Ads $59

BLU R1 HD - Black - 16 GB - Unlocked - Prime Exclusive - with Lockscreen Offers & Ads $59

Moto G Play (4th gen.) - Black - 16 GB - Unlocked - Prime Exclusive - with Lockscreen Offers & Ads $99.99

BLU Life Max - 5.5" 4G LTE Unlocked Smartphone - 16GB+2GB RAM with Fingerprint Sensor -Blue $127

Moto G (4th Generation) - Black - 16 GB - Unlocked - Prime Exclusive - with Lockscreen Offers & Ads $130

BLU Studio XL 2 - 6.0" 4G LTE GSM Unlocked Smartphone - 4,900mAh Battery -Gold $130

Moto G (4th Generation) - Black - 32 GB - Unlocked - Prime Exclusive - with Lockscreen Offers & Ads $149

BLU VIVO XL2 - 5.5" 4G LTE GSM Unlocked Smartphone - 32GB+3GB RAM -Gold $149

BLU Life ONE X2 Mini - 5.0" Unlocked Smartphone -4G LTE - 64GB + 4GB RAM -Grey $179

BLU LIFE ONE X2 - 5.2" Full HD - 4G LTE Unlocked Smartphone - 64GB+4GB RAM - Grey $179

Moto G Plus (5th Generation) - Lunar Gray - 32 GB - Unlocked - Prime Exclusive - with Lockscreen Offers & Ads $185

BLU VIVO 5R Refresh Smartphone - 5.5-Inch, 32 GB, 4G LTE GSM Unlocked, GREY $195

LeEco Le S3: 32 GB, 3 GB RAM, Snapdragon 652, 5.5" 1080P, $199 - $30.

ZTE Axon 7 Mini - Factory Unlocked Phone - (Platinum Grey) $199

Moto G Plus (5th Generation) - Lunar Gray - 64 GB - Unlocked - Prime Exclusive - with Lockscreen Offers & Ads $239

Moto G Plus (4th Gen.) Unlocked - Black - 64GB - U.S. Warranty $249

Huawei Honor 6X Dual Camera Unlocked Smartphone, 32GB Gray (US Warranty) $249

Honor 8, 5.2" 1080P, 32GB, Midnight Black- GSM- (US Warranty) $274

LeEco Le Pro 3: 64 GB, 4 GB RAM, Snapdragon 821, 5.5" 1080p, $349 - $50 discount.

Huawei Honor 8 Unlocked Smartphone 64 GB Dual Camera - US Warranty (Midnight Black) $391

ZTE Axon 7 Unlocked Smartphone,64GB Ion Gold (US Warranty) $391

OnePlus 3T 64GB - Unlocked Smartphone 5.5" 1080P, Snapdragon 821, 6GB RAM, $439

LG Electronics V20 - Factory Unlocked Phone - Titan Grey (U.S. Warranty) $555

Huawei Mate 9 with Leica Dual Camera - 64GB Unlocked Phone - Space Gray (US Warranty) $577

u/niftydl · 3 pointsr/tmobile

The Moto G4 with Prime would be a better phone for the money, since the budget is $150 and not sub $100. Alcatel Idol 3 is another option (was $100 last week).

Lastly, if you are considering used/refurbished devices the LG G4 is floating around on eBay for 140-200 and it would destroy any budget phone for photos.

Moto G4:

Alcatel Idol 3:

u/tollbeeth · 3 pointsr/riodejaneiro

If you have a locked phone in the US (most phones), you can either:

  1. work on getting your phone unlocked, a sometimes difficult process, or even impossible (on verizon, if you have an iphone, for example, it's not unlockable).

  2. Buy a new phone in Brazil.

  3. Buy a new phone in the US.

    Number 2 is a bad option, you're definitely not going to get a good phone for cheap in Brazil -- prices are 2.5x for phones what they are in the states, and the kind of throwaway phone you'd want is normally garbage, certainly without a quality camera.

    Number 3 is the way to go. I like the Moto Gs -- they're incredibly popular in Brazil, so you won't stand out, and the first generation one has a decent camera and is a steal at $80. You can take this to a telecom store (Oi, Vivo, TIM) in a mall, and normally with a passport # they'll be able to give you a SIM card and get you on your way. Sometimes, they might suggest that you need a brazilian ID# (a CPF), and you don't actually, I've done it with passport info.

    Still, bureaucracy and such in Brazil means that some stores will just say "No, you need a brazilian CPF", but your best shot is to go to one of the big malls in the Zona Sul (where are you staying, exactly?) and find someone who speaks English and tell them you need a limited plan to work for a couple weeks while you're in the country.

    MAKE SURE you stay with them until your phone is activated and working -- if you don't speak portuguese, the activation-by-phone process would be nigh impossible.

    Here are two phones -- the 1st generation is my go-to in brazil. Standard, not flashy, gets the job done, takes good pictures when the lighting is good.
u/xtremedeo · 2 pointsr/PickAnAndroidForMe

I would go with the [Moto G] ( this one is new so it would be better. It comes with:
Fast 4G LTE speed, an up to 1.5 GHz octa-core processor, 2 GB of RAM, and a bright 5.5" full HD (1080p) display ensures videos and games run smoothly and look great
Enjoy the best of Google Android 6.0 Marshmallow, including Google Play Store, Google Maps, Gmail and more
Offers and ads, including personalized deals and recommendations, display on the phone's lockscreen
Take brilliant photos with the 13 MP HD camera or snap group shots with a 5 MP wide-angle selfie cam. Add up to 128 GB of additional storage with a microSD card
The all-day battery includes TurboPower charging which provides up to 6 hours of use in just 15 minutes

u/Namsonite · 2 pointsr/PickAnAndroidForMe

Nicer than the play... But has amazon ads on the lock screen (only)

u/rtechie1 · 2 pointsr/PickAnAndroidForMe

The HTC Desire 630 is awful, do not buy it.

What nation are you in and who is your carrier?

The Moto G4 with Prime for $150 is still pretty much the best deal on a smartphone from a decent OEM right now, though that may be exclusive to the USA.

u/AidenXY · 2 pointsr/tmobile

If you have Amazon, you can get the Moto G4 with lockscreen ads for $149.99.

Or you can get the ZTE ZMax Pro for $179.99 through T-Mobile or $7.50/month for 24 months if you have good credit or paid your bill on time for 12 consecutive months to qualify for $0 down.

u/FlawlessBacon · 2 pointsr/Android

Theres always Aliexpress or GearBest which is pretty reliable.

The camera from what I've read isn't that great, but looking at samples from XDA they seem pretty decent if you're just going to use it on WiFi.

The speakers aren't that great, if you're using it for media and such. It's also fast enough to handle basic tasks like social media and the lightweight games you throw at it. Graphics heavy games is also a very smooth experience, with of course the top of the line console type games dropping a frame or two every now and then.

The battery life is almost the best out of anything I've seen so far.

Overall id give it a solid 8.5/10 just for the speaker and camera. If you're going to use a phone just on WiFi, I'd suggest getting the Moto G4. It's pretty much on par with the Note 3 Pro, but with a much better camera, and front facing speaker.

u/yaconsult · 2 pointsr/MotoG

No, you can't do it. That's why some of us never upgraded - they keep taking stuff out. First the notification light, then the gyroscope. The moto display bullshit is NOT the same, no matter what they say.

My xt1045 has a notification light that I can control but it's only white. My next phone must have a colored notification light or it's no sale! Hell, even this $110 phone has a colored notification light and 2 GB of ram: The equivalent Moto G has no light and costs $200:

u/jedivulcan · 2 pointsr/MotoG
u/Thesmy · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

If this is the one you're looking at I would probably recommend this over it. The motorola has a higher resolution screen which will be very nice and is on marshmallow from the box which is the latest android. It is also more or less stock android which will make it feel smoother, though it's only that price if you have ads on the lock screen. As for the blu it's definitely a capable phone, though the 720p amoled screen isnt the highest resolution though it will be comparable to your note 2. Coming from the note 2 I am fairly sure you would be happy with the blu though! :)

u/Cabled_Gaming · 1 pointr/pokemongo

Nexus 5x $250

Moto G $150

Both 16gb and wont give much problems for being a cheap lower end smart phone.

u/G-moto · 1 pointr/MotoG

I bought the 16GB version back in June, when Amazon had it on sale for $125. it's been okay, but if it is hot outside, you use a case, and you play a CPU-intensive game for 20 minutes or so, and then want to shoot video, it may crash on you. happened more than once to me, and it wasn't even all that hot out, less than 90°F.

but for $125 phone, it's pretty good. it doesn't excel at anything, but it's not really terrible in any one area either. My biggest complaint is the battery life is not great. I am not a heavy user of the phone, maybe 20 minutes of games a day, 30 minutes of Bluetooth streaming music, typically no phone calls, a handful of text messages, and it can't make it from 0800 to 2200 before the battery gives out. My lower-end LG phone, which was cheaper at the time of purchase, still has better battery life with the same demands. I'm on T-Mobile, and their LTE coverage in my city, and especially my workplace, is iffy, so that may be part of the problem.

u/jacktr9 · 1 pointr/pokemongo

I recommend this it's pretty good for it's price.

u/Qlanger · 1 pointr/nova

Pageplus is what I use, they use Verizon towers.

Straight Talk uses ATT towers.

The new MotoG4 can work on any of the major carries' and is not bad for less than $150 new at amazon

u/homerdough · 1 pointr/gadgets

I'm thinking about buying a Moto G as my next phone. I'm coming from having an LG Optimus F60, which has served me fine (not great) for the past 22 months or so.

My biggest complaints with the F60, are:

  • the camera is absolutely terrible (5MP according to specs, so I assume that's pretty bad right there)
  • the headphone jack died about 9 months in (been using bluetooth, not a huge deal)
  • small internal storage
  • and a few other more specific problems dealing with certain apps and such.

    My question I guess is, will the Moto G have a decent camera/be not as buggy as my old phone? It looks like 13MP is a lot better but I don't really know what to look for in a camera
u/kaos424 · 1 pointr/verizon

Moto G (4th Generation) - Black - 16 GB - Unlocked - Prime Exclusive - with Lockscreen Offers & Ads

u/davedyk · 1 pointr/mintsim

Have you considered the Amazon-Motorola Moto G with special offers?

It supports all the major LTE bands, and is a solid name-brand device for $129.

u/zerozed · 1 pointr/ProjectFi

I recommended the Blu phone because it is unlocked, low-cost, and GSM and works on TMO, AT&T and all the myriad MVNOs that use GSM. I could easily have recommended another Amazon Prime exclusive, the Moto G for $149 which works with both GSM & CDMA carriers (e.g. TMO & Verizon) and can be used at nearly every carrier in the USA.

If someone is prepared to finance a phone and lock themselves in with a carrier then that's their business. If someone can't afford a phone, then financing it is the same as locking in with a 2 year contract. I personally don't recommend it. I certainly disagree with your enthusiasm for purchasing a 5X or 6P at this time (I have a 6P). As mentioned, both those phones will quit receiving updates from Google this Sept. The 5X has been riddled with bootloop failures and it has been extremely difficult for many folks to even get a replacement. The 6P has fared a bit better, but reports of battery failures are extremely common (just see the Nexus6p sub); both are old handsets, users are experiencing significant problems with the hardware as they age, they're nearing the end of their life cycle, and getting warranty work done has been a big problem because so many claims have depleted inventory and parts.

I also stand by what I wrote about the quality of Fi's telephony services. Fi has a long documented history of phones not ringing, voices being muted, texts disappearing and network switching problems. It just isn't a reliable telephony provider.

I'm unclear whether you're a current Fi customer...if you are and it works for you, that's great. The OP is not and seems to have options. If the OP does not already own a Fi compatible phone it would be stupid of him to purchase a Nexus 6, 5x, or 6p because they're old phones, very prone to problems, and at the end of their life cycle. That leaves the Pixels which cost $700+. You can purchase perfectly awesome phones (e.g. the OnePlus 3T) as well as great phones (like the MotoG) for a fraction of that. Financing a Pixel just to join Fi is also extremely stupid. If the service is as bad as many of us have experienced, you're stuck until you're able to pay the lump sum you owe on the phone.

u/y_r_u_mad_bro · 1 pointr/verizon

I really like the Motorola line of phones. I have used the Moto E, Moto G3, and now have the Moto G4 Plus on verizon. My favorite features are the battery life and clean android os. I usually get 2+ days of battery life (light user) and the OS doesn't have any of the crappy built in carrier apps, but I can still add the ones I want.

I just got the Moto G4 Plus and it's amazing. It's less than half the price of a new Galaxy/iPhone and doesn't compromise on much depending on how you use your phone. It's only 16GB but it has an SD card slot to add up to 128GB of storage.

They also have a really cheap ($150) Moto G4 that amazon subsidizes with adds on the lock screen.

So far the G4 Plus has worked really well and is comparable to my SO's Galaxy s6. It even supports the advanced calling features on verizon's postpaid network. It also has a turbo charger that gets me from 10% to 45% in less than 15 minutes.

I usually watch and ebay for deals on used phones as well. I got my SO a Galaxy S6 64BG (new open box) for $250 on ebay.

Edit: I also save money by not carrying insurance. The phones are cheap enough that I could buy a second one for less than what the insurance policy would cost.

u/gnza · 1 pointr/MotoG

Same prices on Amazon, $199 for the 16GB version, $229 for 32GB

u/azermyth · 1 pointr/croatia

Amazon ti upravo ima neku promociju pa ga možeš za ok lovu uzet. Mislim nekih $150, plus neke Amazon gift cards dobiješ (koje možeš i prodati).

u/DumplingDragon · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Can anyone more competent than me chime in on this phone versus the moto G4?

Lookin to get one of them! Don't care about the fact that it has ads.

u/Synacku · 1 pointr/phones

I don't think it ever was. Get a Moto G4.

u/nachowayne · 1 pointr/pokemongo
u/E90alex · 1 pointr/tmobile

Are your Sprint phones paid off and/or are your contracts up with them?

If you don't qualify for EIP, your only option is to get a budget Android phone like the moto g4 to reduce your upfront costs.

u/jpflathead · 1 pointr/ting

< $200?

Buy the brand new moto g4 from amazon $150 if you are a member of prime and are okay with ads (and a locked bootloader) or $199 if you are not a member of prime or don't want ads. The ads themselves aren't bad, generic Amazon nonsense from dash buttons to detergent. I dislike lock screens and the ads force you to use a lockscreen.
Terrific phone, comes unlocked, works on Sprint, TMo, everywhere in the US.

u/Bobthekillercow · 1 pointr/lgg4

Yeah that's a decent mid range phone. You can get it for $150 from amazon You won't be able to load custom ROMs on it.

u/tomgabriele · 1 pointr/Smartphones

There aren't really any new phones under $100 worth buying, unfortunately. The new Moto G4 is pretty good, and only $149 if you have Prime and want to put up with (pretty easily removable) lockscreen ads:

Amazon is going to be much better with after-purchase support, especially if you are buying right from the Amazon (i.e. non-third-party) seller.

u/derekbelrose · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

If you are an Amazon Prime member, they have unlocked The Moto G4 for like $150 and a Blue phone for $60

Moto G (4th Generation) - Black - 16 GB - Unlocked - Prime Exclusive - with Lockscreen Offers & Ads

BLU R1 HD - 16 GB - Black - Prime Exclusive - with Lockscreen Offers & Ads

u/CitizenSnips5 · 1 pointr/djimavic

If you have Amazon Prime I'd highly recommend a Moto G4. You can buy them for $150 and I got mine specifically for the Mavic. It works beautifully, has a massive screen (same size as an iPhone 7+), extremely bright, and battery life lasts longer than all three of my Mavic batteries on full days of flying.

u/MisterPonder · 1 pointr/MotoG

I would like to mention one thing - If you buy a Amazon ad filled Moto G4 @ $150, you can later pay an additional $50 to remove the ads through amazon. So if you want to absolutely buy it new, and your firm on $150 now, you can with ads from amazon, and if you have some money later and you want, you can opt out of them buy paying for it. You MIGHT be able to do some software magic to get rid of the ads, but I think amazon fixed that so you can't now.

Now to answer if I think it's worth it.

For me it's worth it. I would 100% buy refurbished from Amazon over ANY second hand or used item from Craigs' list or used cell phone sale sites.

Pros - Refurbished items are usually NEW, just sent back because of a defect. They should look and operate as if they're new after the referb, with the same life span as if it was new, as what ever defect it had got fixed with new parts. Usually the process of refurbishing goes through more steps than a new product, they test to make sure they actually fully function before they go back to sell. From Amazon you have a 90 day minimum warranty.

Cons - Probably only going to get a 90 day warranty. Probably won't get the original packaging. It might not look 100% new from being handled buy a few folks before you.

I am getting one here tomorrow, so I will let you know if it looks and works like new if you want.

Also to note, I am going to be rooting and putting on a custom rom after I know, or am reasonably sure my phone's hardware is working, and by doing so it will void the warranty, even if I bought it brand new. So if it looks feels and acts new, for me, knowing full well that I'm going to void the warranty later by rooting, why not save $50? If I don't like it when it gets here, with amazon I can send it back. <3 Amazon. If your willing to take the small risk that you might not like your referb and have to send it back to try another or simply get your money back it's up to you. But for me it's worth it.