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[Deal Alert] Moto Z2 Force down to $375 ($125 off) at T-Mobile

Motorola launched the Z2 Force a few months ago with a whopping $720 price tag, and that's if you got it from Motorola. Most carriers are charging even more than that to this day. However, T-Mobile has been pushing this phone for a mere $500, and today it's cheaper still. The Z2 Force is just $375 right now.

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Motorola releases kernel source code for Moto E4 Plus

The Moto E4 Plus is one of the many, many, many phones that Motorola has released this year. Its main selling point is the massive 5,000mAh battery, giving you 2+ days of intensive use on a single charge (I would kill for a Pixel with that). David mostly praised the phone in his review, but as with all Motorola devices, slow or non-existent updates is a given.

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[Deal Alert] Moto G5 Plus 32GB is down to $169.99 ($60 off) on Amazon

If you've been on the prowl for a nice sub-$200 phone, we've got one for you right here: the Moto G5 Plus. While this is older than the G5S Plus, the G5 Plus is also much more affordable and might even have a superior camera setup. Now you can grab a 32GB G5 Plus for just $169.99, a full $60 off its MSRP.

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AT&T Moto Tab now for sale at $299 or $15/month over 20 months

Although development of Android for tablets has largely stagnated, mid-range media consumption tablets are still cheaply produced. The AT&T Moto Tab (stylized as 'moto tab') is technically Motorola's first tablet since the Xoom 2 (known as the Xyboard in the United States), though the design strongly resembles that of the Lenovo Tab 4 10. You can now buy the Moto Tab from AT&T for $299.99 upfront, or for $15/month for 20 months. This is $120 more than the Lenovo-branded tablet, though the two share more similarities in appearance than power.

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[Deal Alert] Moto E4 Plus standard/Prime Exclusive variants down to as little as $119.99

Everyone hates on Motorola for releasing a ton of phones every year, but some of these phones are actually pretty good. Case in point: David, our resident curmudgeon, loved the Moto E4 Plus. Now you can get one for as little as $119.99, depending on storage configurations and whether or not you care about Amazon ads on your phone.

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[Deal Alert] Verizon Moto Z2 Play is down to $192 over 24 months at Best Buy ($216 off)

Despite some of our misgivings about the Lenovo-owned Motorola, the company is still producing some decent devices. Misguided zealotry over mods aside, the Moto Z2 Play has proven to be an okay phone. If you're a Verizon customer, then Best Buy is offering the Z2 Play for just $7.99/month, making the phone cost $191.76, a whole $216 off MSRP.

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[Deal Alert] Moto X4 Prime Exclusive is $299.99 ($30 off) from Amazon

Amazon's Prime Exclusive program has proven to be pretty successful, with several new phones having been added within the past few months. One of those phones is the Moto X4, a mid-ranger aimed at revitalizing the beloved Moto X brand. Now you can get an X4 in Prime Exclusive guise for just $299.99, $30 off its MSRP.

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[Update: Decryption working] TWRP now supports Pixel 2 and 2 XL in alpha, plus Moto G5 and more in stable

These days, TWRP is virtually the only custom recovery for Android devices on the market, so it's a relief that it's actually good. It also covers an incredibly large amount of devices, with more constantly being added. This time around, alpha versions have come on the scene for Google's two new smartphones, as well as stable versions for a few others.

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Motorola's latest Moto Mod is a $200 Polaroid photo printer

Motorola has struggled to come up with compelling Moto Mod accessories, and its latest attempt is a partnership with Polaroid. The new Insta-Share Printer Moto Mod plugs into your Moto Z device so you can print your snapshots instantly on 2x3-inch adhesive sheets. Does that sound vaguely fun? Well, you'll pay $200 for the privilege.

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Motorola (sort of) returns to the tablet market with the AT&T 'Moto Tab'

The 2011 Motorola XOOM is one of the most legendary Android devices of all time, even if it wasn't a very good product. Motorola and Google went big with a Super Bowl commercial, and it was the first device to run the tablet-tailored Android 3.0 Honeycomb. It was perhaps the first real iPad competitor, but the high initial price and lack of tablet-optimized apps meant it never really took off. Later that year, Motorola released an incremental update, and that was the last tablet Motorola ever made... until today.

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