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To be fair, Android 7.1.1 Nougat was released in December 2016. But that still made for a painfully long wait for Verizon owners of the mid-end Moto G4 Play.
It's a little long in the tooth, but the Moto G4 still feels like a must-buy for seasonal bargain hunters at $99.99 in a 16GB unlocked configuration.
The "regular" Motorola Moto G4 may never be able to officially run Android 8.0 Oreo, but it is powered by near-stock Nougat at just $120 and up.
HTC transfers some key smartphone units to Google in exchange for a bit of cash. We dissect the deal and cruise through a Tough Spot this week on our show!
The popular Moto G4 and G4 Plus aren't even 18 months old yet and they're still decently powerful, but their odds of scoring Oreos are slimmer and slimmer.
Old but not obsolete, the still-respectable Moto G4 starts at $120 on Amazon, with just $10 more scoring you 32GB internal storage space.
Back in the day sold for as much as $300, the 64GB ROM/4GB RAM Moto G4 Plus now costs a measly $180 at B&H Photo Video.
Just like Sony, Lenovo seems to be tying up loose Nougat ends before starting work on Android O, with a 7.1.1 update delivered to the Moto G4 Play.
If the 64GB Moto G4 Plus still feels a little rich for your blood, and the G4 Play is too humble, you may want to get your hands on this 16 gig G4 Plus.
Whether you're thinking of buying it unlocked, with no strings attached, or designed for Verizon prepaid use, the Moto G4 Play is a steal right now.
There was a bit of tension and confusion hovering over the low-cost, low-end Moto G4 Play, but all's well that ends well... in June.
Lenovo technically got the Nougat ball rolling for the G4 duo in October 2016 “internationally”, but the US Moto G4 Plus is only now scoring the update.
Almost a full year after its release, it's still hard to find a better budget Android phone than the Moto G4 Plus, especially at $225.
Indian units have had the update for a few months already, but it's better to be with than to be without in any case for Moto G4 users' sake.
Now we know everything there is to know about the fast-approaching Moto G5 and G5 Plus, including the latter's likely Verizon support.
With the G5 right around the corner, it's certainly nice though far from surprising to see the unlocked Moto G4 Play discounted from $150 to $100.
In addition to one or two 5.5-inch Full HD Moto G5 variants, Lenovo is also definitely working on at least one 5-inch 1080p flavor.
Most likely headed to Barcelona for a Mobile World Congress debut next month, the Moto G5 Plus has almost all of its specs prematurely disclosed.
At $150, the newly expanded Moto G4 Play is a solid WiFi-first bargain on Republic Wireless with monthly plans as affordable as $15.
Lenovo may look to rush the mid-range Moto G5 Plus to market, with decent specs in tow, as well as a surprisingly premium metal build.
If you're okay with Amazon "lockscreen offers" and ads, the 32GB Moto G4 can be yours at just $140, down from a $230 list price.
Best Buy pulls the trigger on a number of Black Friday mobile deals today, selling the Verizon prepaid Moto G4 Play, for instance, at $50.
LG makes a claim in stating that it is the first manufacturer to roll out an update to a phone that launched with Android Marshmallow. We can't back it up.