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Moto Z3 Play Prime Exclusive with Power Pack Mod drops to all-time low of $329

Ever since Lenovo snagged Motorola, it has become a very different company than it was under Google. While the original Moto X was all about perfectly matched hardware and software, the newer high-end Moto Z phones have something else up their sleeves – Moto Mods, which can be snapped on the back of the devices to extend their functionality. The latest model in this line is the Moto Z3 Play, and we've found a deal for you: currently, the Amazon Prime exclusive version of the phone is available for $329.

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[Update: Removed] Moto Z4 appears on Amazon, includes Snapdragon 675 and Moto Mod support

The main draw to Motorola's 'Z' devices is the attachable modules, but with the Moto Mod ecosystem being what it is, it's not clear why the company is still clinging to the dream of a (partially) modular phone. Leaks of the Moto Z4 began earlier this year, and now the phone has unceremoniously appeared on Amazon.

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[Update: $229 and $153 from Motorola] Moto G7 and G7 Play are $270 ($30 off) and $180 ($20 off) at multiple retailers

Today brings us a good deal on the Moto G7 and G7 Play, both of which have had $30 and $20 slashed off their original asking prices, respectively. That translates to the G7 being $270 and the G7 Play $180, and you can grab yours from Amazon, B&H, and Best Buy.

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Lenovo's teaser video for the Razr foldable phone was a fan-made concept

Lenovo has a history of not being fully honest when it comes to announcing phones. Last year, the company was criticized for teasing a bezel and notch-less phone, only for the real phone to have a notch and significant bezels. This time, Lenovo showed off renders for its in-development fodable Razr phone to press in China — except it was a fan-made mockup used without permission.

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The Motorola One Vision is official with hole-punch camera and Android One software

The extensively leaked Motorola One Vision is official, and it looks like the leaks were dead-on. This Exynos-powered phone sports a super-tall 21:9 display with a hole-punch camera, and it runs Google's Android One build of the OS. You won't be able to buy it in the US, but Motorola will sell it in many other markets.

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Get a Moto X4 and burner smartphone with $50 credit for $126 at Best Buy

Here's an interesting Sunday deal — Best Buy is currently selling the unlocked 32GB Moto X4 along with a locked LG Fiesta 2 and $50 of Simple Mobile credit for just $126.

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Motorola One Vision leaks with 21:9 display, Exynos chipset, and 48MP camera

Last month, an ARCore support update mentioned the Moto One Vision, a device that we had never heard of and knew basically nothing about. Today WinFuture published a comprehensive leak of the One Vision, and its spec sheet is interesting to say the least. It includes an Exynos chipset, a super-tall 21:9 display, and a camera with a whopping 48 megapixels.

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[Update: Fresh leak showing all sides] Alleged Moto Z4 leak shows off water drop notch and Moto Mod connector

Motorola has released its budget-oriented G phones for 2019, so now it's on to the Z-series. Or, at least that's what we'd expect based on past behavior. There was a leak early this year that purported to show the Moto Z4 Play, but now it's not completely clear what that was. A newly leaked render claims to show the Moto Z4, but it looks like the same phone. Whatever this thing is, it has a Moto mod connector.

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[Update: Regular G6 too] Motorola releases Pie kernel source code for Moto G6 Play

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Moto Z3 Play kernel source code for Android 9 Pie update now available

In our review of the Moto Z3 Play from last year, we said it carried "an unacceptable price for a decent phone." In the event that you did pony up the $500 for it, or maybe just bought it on sale, you should be excited that development for its Android 9 Pie firmware is coming soon. Motorola has just published the Z3 Play's Pie kernel source code on GitHub.

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