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From the makers of DynaTAC, StarTAC and RAZR comes 90 years of history. Also, thre are a few deals going on right now you may want to take in.
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.
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?
Another speaker accessory for the Moto Z phones makes it four out of four. But this one is just a bit different as it's sleeker and less bloated.
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.
Five big Moto phones, all of them refurbished (read: not perfect), but affordable and functional. And they can even be more functional if you buy a Moto Mod with the money you save.
It's very much like the deals that went over Christmas, but it's back for Valentine's Day anyways, so you might as well give it another think.
The mid-range device is getting the first taste of Android 8.0 in South America. It is hoped that Verizon users will get this update soon.
Best Buy has 13 of them with discounts between $10 and $75. If you've got a Moto Z phone that needs spicing up, this may be the time to do it.
Practically all of Motorola's smartphones are available at discounted prices for Christmas in the US, including the unlocked Moto Z2 Play and X4.
Apple is yet to hit back at Samsung for that brilliant recent iPhone X satire, but Motorola thinks it has an even better product in the Moto Z2 Play.
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.
If you're in the market for one of Lenovo's unique Moto Mods, Verizon has many available at 50 percent off list prices just ahead of Black Friday.
Best Buy has a truly irresistible special offer for new Verizon subscribers interested in the Moto Z2 Play - $0.99 a month, or less than $24 in total.
Priced at $200, and up for pre-orders already in the US, the aptly named Polaroid Insta-Share Printer Moto Mod blends modern and retro technology.
Best Buy has more Black Friday 2017 deals incoming than we can handle, so it's certainly nice that hundreds of discounts are also offered early.
$9.99 a month for two years is not a new all-time low price for the Verizon-locked Moto Z2 Play, but it's a solid deal nevertheless.
12 phones are on the list and has the newest of the new phones and some of last year's hits, too. Theoretically, this should be a quick job.
The original, 2016-released Moto Z Play is not only substantially discounted at B&H, also including a nice e-gift card and photo/video kit.
It works on the big four major US carriers and their virtual operator counterparts and is a great mid-range option and a consumer's entry into Moto Mods.
You have but a few days to purchase the Moto Z2 Play from Verizon at $120 with monthly device payments instead of its whopping $408 MSRP.
If what is being reported is true, the Moto Z2 Play will have a bigger battery than the high-octane flagship — and even that phone had a power struggle.