A few weeks ago, Amazon was selling the Moto G4 Plus with 16 GB of storage and 2 GB of RAM for just $189.99, a $60 discount from its normal price. Today, both Amazon and Best Buy have lowered the price of that same phone again, down to just $159.99, a discount of $90.

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Moto G5 Plus review

April 13, 2017

The Moto G4 Plus is still an excellent choice for a budget-price smartphone. It has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor, a 16 MP rear camera, a wide-angle 5 MP front-facing camera, and a fingerprint sensor. It also has a 3,000 mAh battery that supports the TurboCharge technology, which offers up to six hours of battery use after just 15 minutes of charging. The unlocked phone is designed to work with all four major US wireless carriers. You can also download its recent over-the-air update to Android 7.0 Nougat.

The Best Buy discount is slated to end in a few hours, so you might want to hurry if you want to get the Moto G4 Plus at such a low price. It’s also possible that the Amazon price could go up tomorrow as well. Are you interested in getting this phone as a gift for a friend, or maybe for yourself? Let us know in the comments.

John Callaham
John was a newspaper reporter before becoming a technology and video/PC gaming writer in 2000. He lives in Greer, SC with his wife and five cats.
  • Hans Nelson

    So when you say “older device” you mean device that didn’t come out yesterday? Perhaps you mean “not brand new” device. The v20 came out less than a year ago. Although i realize that doesn’t make it a “brand new” device it is hardly a galaxy 2.

    • bboyheat

      Older device = not current version. :)

      • Hans Nelson

        If we were going by that logic, then there is no newer device for that version of the lg phone. The older version is the lg v10 and if they keep the same naming pattern, the lg v30 would be next. The older device for the g6 would be the g5. There is no lg v30 yet so there is is no “newer device.”

        • bboyheat

          In the V series you are correct.

          I think they mean “not the most current flagship, iteration, or a device that’s over 6 months old.

          I like the trend of these devices dropping in value more quickly.