For a phone that originally started out pretty heavy for price, this Motorola mid-ranger has finally had its storage upgraded for the Google carrier.
Moto's general rules? Two years of OS support for 'Z' phones, one for 'G' phones. That leaves the Moto X4 in a tight spot.
That's the Apple Watch Series 3 and the latest phones from Samsung, Sony and Motorola — all on sale for the next several days.
This time around, the Moto Z2 Force goes down below the $500 level, but only if you like it in black and are using AT&T.
From the Moto G5S Plus and beyond, discounts range from $50 off to $220 off and there are four phones of choice. So, what's your taste of Moto today?
The phone runs on stock Android thanks to its Android One badge and is the most affordable device on the network. It's even more affordable now.
It's been exactly 45 years since Martin Cooper made the world's first ever mobile cell phone call, and the only proper way to honor the occasion is buy some Motorola gear on the cheap.
You don't need to be an Amazon Prime member or a Project Fi subscriber to get the unlocked Moto X4 at $130 off list price, Bluetooth headphones included, today only.
Only Amazon Prime members can get a 32GB Moto X4 at $250 instead of $350 or $400 for the next few hours only, with full compatibility for AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint.
Google is billing this deal as getting a month's worth of service on the house, but click through to learn what that all entails.
Google's carrier project is hitting off Valentine's Day with a couple of sweetheart deals for those inclined to getting a new phone and new service this year.
With 6GB RAM, 64GB internal storage space and pre-installed Android 8.0 Oreo, the "all-new" Moto X4 definitely justifies its Rs. 24,999 price tag.
On this week's show: the flagship smartphones of 2018 begin to reveal themselves in mysterious ways and the app and ecosystem shutdowns that flew by.
Motorola will be updating the mid-range phone with better specifications and maybe even a change in dual-camera strategy starting February 1.
Lenovo's "regular" Moto X4, sold in the US through Best Buy, Amazon and Motorola's official e-store, is following the Android One variant on the Oreo bandwagon.
If you're the unlucky owner of a faulty Project Fi Nexus 5X... with device protection, you're suddenly in luck, as Google will give you a Moto X4 to replace your old phone.
As part of the general public license that Android is offered to device makers under, Motorola has to post changes to the kernel it has made.
Google's Project Fi announced that the over-the-air update is now being distributed in waves and in time for the end of the year.
The Moto X4 leads the latest list of heavily discounted Amazon Prime Exclusive smartphones, alongside ad-supported LG X charge and Q6 variants.
Practically all of Motorola's smartphones are available at discounted prices for Christmas in the US, including the unlocked Moto Z2 Play and X4.
The beloved Moto X line took a break between the 2015 X Style and this year's X4, but Lenovo seemingly has every intention to launch a Moto X5 next year.
And if you're getting a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL, you can grab a Google Home Mini for free along with those savings. Sounds familiar? It is.
Five devices have direct discounts while every Moto Mod is 25 percent off. You just have to know when to click through on the cart.