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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.
There was a soak test back in the summer, but since then, nothing at all. Until now, when the official update has started going out.
Prepaid Verizon service may not usually be high on many wishlists, but when you can get a solid phone like the Moto E4 for $70, it's worth a shot.
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.
Not as low-end as the C and C Plus, but not as mid-range as the G5 either, Lenovo's Moto E4 and E4 Plus are today leaked in full.
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.
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.
You're free to choose your Moto Z or Z Force gift between the two priciest Moto Mods for a limited time on Motorola's US website.
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.
At $150, the newly expanded Moto G4 Play is a solid WiFi-first bargain on Republic Wireless with monthly plans as affordable as $15.
Verizon is still asking for $26 per month for two years for the Moto Z Droid. The Moto G4 Play also gets its fifth progressive discount.
Best Buy isn't done discounting hot mobile gear for the holidays, offering solid savings on iPads, Android phones and wearables for Cyber Monday.
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.
If you have no problem committing to a Verizon prepaid plan, the 2GB RAM-packing, LTE-enabled Moto G4 Play can be yours for just $65.
The Moto G4 Play-sorry, the Moto G Play Droid is now on sale at Verizon. If you want to get hitched with service, this phone won't cost much at all.
The entry-level Marshmallow-based Moto G4 Play phone can now be pre-ordered stateside for $150, or $100 with Amazon ads for Prime members.
In an odd Hong Kong-only release, the E3 Power is basically an upgraded Moto E3, but not as "badass" as the Moto G4 Play.
The Moto Z and Moto G4 may be updated along the same track that the Moto X Pure Edition currently is: way less often than monthly.
Tough and predictable. Job losses, price hikes and the hunt for "efficiencies" should begin if they have not already. Not good news for sales in the UK.
Moto Maker will have fewer options for this year's Moto G and Moto G4 Plus while Canada and the US will get staggered device releases.