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Pre-installed selection of Amazon apps, including the Amazon Widget, provide Prime members with easy access to daily deals, Prime movies and TV shows, Prime Music, Amazon Photos storage, and more with a single sign-on experienceAmazon Alexa hands-free: Simply by saying “Alexa” you can play music, hear the news or check the weather wherever you are. Just ask - and Alexa will respond instantlyIP68 water resistant: Keep your phone protected from accidental spills, splashes and even puddlesIncredibly sharp images in low light: 12 MP + 8 MP dual rear cameras and 16 MP front-facing camera with selfie flashBrilliant 5.2” full HD display, fast 4G LTE speed, 2.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 octa-core processor, 3 GB of RAM, and 32 GB of internal memory with the option to add up to 2 TB of microSD expandable memoryEnjoy the best of Android with Android 8.0 installed, upgradeable to Android 9Unlocked for the freedom to choose your carrier. Compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon networks and Project Fi. Sim card not includedPrime members and accounts are limited to the purchase of one of each Prime Exclusive Phone every 12 months
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15 Reddit comments about Moto X (4th Generation) with Alexa Hands-Free – 32 GB - Unlocked – Super Black - Prime Exclusive:

u/heelhook79 · 6 pointsr/PickAnAndroidForMe

Motorola x4?

Moto X (4th Generation) - with Amazon Alexa hands-free – 32 GB - Unlocked – Super Black - Prime Exclusive

u/iFonePhag · 4 pointsr/PickAnAndroidForMe

If it were for my grandfather I'd keep him with Motorola because he already knew it. I'd try to come up with another $20-30 for him to get a Moto X4.

Moto X (4th Generation) - with Amazon Alexa hands-free – 32 GB - Unlocked – Super Black - Prime Exclusive

u/alex-mayorga · 3 pointsr/Android

I'm considering this one to replace a Z3c but then I saw that's half the price. Decisions, decisions... What I truly want is a but that's just too much money for a phone IMHO. What's your opinion if I might ask?

u/meaniereddit · 3 pointsr/SeattleWA

I went motorola a while back, cause I am all about unlocked offerings, and man they have some value. the "budget" G6+ you cna get at Costco right now is a great all arounder for 200 bucks

I had one, for a while and then gave it to mom when she was jealous.

I replaced it with a moto X4, which was 250!! delivered same day from amazon.

Check the specs and make sure you need more phone. I have never lived a more carefree phone life than rocking a phone with decent specs all day battery that was 1/3 the price of most flagships.

u/QwertyBuffalo · 3 pointsr/Android

The specific bands you need will depend on your carrier, but the G7 is almost certainly going to be fine with bands 40 and 41.

The regular G7 however, does not have very good battery life. I would recommend the Moto G7 Power instead, which is a phone on the same line but with a much bigger battery. It costs very similar on Amazon at $208, or even cheaper on non-prime options. Alternatively, the Moto X4 is one of the cheapest phones that is rated for proper IP68 water resistance at only $120 (for the prime exclusive version, $135 otherwise), although its battery life isn't as good as the G7 Power.

u/CraeBaeBae · 2 pointsr/PuzzleAndDragons
  1. I recommend Moto X4, which you can get for $120 (Amazon Prime bloat, unlocked)-$150 (unlocked).

  2. Another option is Moto G6. You get a bigger screen with some spec sacrifice over Moto X4. $150-$200.

    I have had the Moto G6 since November. The deals on Moto X4 have been ongoing about a month. I would definitely have bought it had I not had the Moto G6. Either way, both phones are better than Moto E4. Note I had the Moto E4 as my Alt about a year ago.
u/itsamamaluigi · 2 pointsr/PickAnAndroidForMe

You can get a new Moto G6 from Google Fi for $99 if you sign up for service. You will have to activate it temporarily, then cancel service and swap in your existing Cricket sim card. The most it'll cost is $20 for that.


Edit: nevermind, they're out of stock. However, the Moto X4 is on Amazon for $120, you might consider that. Link.

u/TerminusBest · 2 pointsr/AndroidGaming

I've never seen or used the brands you link to, but I noticed Amazon is selling the moto X4 for $139.99 brand new and I'd trust that over what you linked. It's in the same price range.

I have not used an X4 myself, but I have a friend who bought one on sale around 229 last year and is very happy with it, so this seems like a steal for name brand mid/budget range phone (was 349 dollars when it launched.) plus Amazon return policy is great so you could easily return and grab one of the others since their standard price is in the 130-150 range anyway.

u/saul_tee · 1 pointr/PickAnAndroidForMe

I was thinking of just getting this:

This isn't the Android 1 edition right? Is it just an update that comes with the phone or a separate type of Moto X4?

u/ART-DUDE · 1 pointr/ProjectFi

TL;DR: Nope.

The longer answer: if it's not "Designed for Fi" and this is not, it must be compatible to the T-Mobile network, and a CDMA phone is not compatible with T-Mobile since T-Mobile is a GSM network.

If budget is an issue:

u/jrshaul · 1 pointr/AndroidQuestions

> Moto X4.

It's another $20 for the G6, which I understand is a newer device?

EDIT: It appears to be pretty similar, and it's $130. I've had mixed luck with Moto products in the past, but it's $130...

u/rtechie1 · 1 pointr/PickAnAndroidForMe