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Motorola One Vision receives stable Android 10

The Android One-equipped Motorola One Vision unfortunately never made it to the US, but owners in South America, Europe, India, and other markets can look forward to an update bringing Android 10 to the phone. It's currently rolling out to first people in Brazil, though it probably won't take long until it reaches more locations.

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Pick up the Moto G7 for $180 ($120 off), its lowest price yet

Today brings us a discount on the already budget-friendly Moto G7, and now it's available for $180 — the lowest price we've seen yet. Today's deal at Amazon knocks a whopping $120 off the MSRP. During our review, we found the G7 to be a definite improvement over previous models in the G-series, but it also had a higher launch price than any of its predecessors.

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Buy a Motorola One Hyper for $400, get a Moto G6 or G6 Play ($120+ value) for free

The Motorola One Hyper hasn't been out for long, but Moto is already offering a pretty enticing deal on it — that is, if you've been looking to buy a Moto G6 or G6 Play as well. If you purchase a One Hyper for its sticker price of $399.99, Motorola will throw in a $249.99 MSRP Moto G6 or Moto G6 Play at no additional cost.

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Today only: The Moto Z4 with free 360 camera is $390 on Amazon ($100 off)

Thanks to the Moto Mods, it's easy to snap additional modules onto your phone and expand its capabilities. You can therefore attach an external battery, a projector, a camera, and more to your device in a breeze. If you're interested in these features, you're in luck, as the Moto Z4 just dropped to $390 on Amazon and comes with a free Moto 360 camera Mod.

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Moto G8 Plus and One Macro hands-on: Versatile cameras and long battery life

Lenovo-owned Motorola has just unveiled three new phones and expanded the availability of the Motorola One Macro it launched earlier this month. The Moto G8 Plus and Moto G8 Play are the first of a new generation of mid-range G series phones, while the E6 Play is another entry into the ultra-budget segment. The two Play models are only launching in select Latin American countries, to begin with, but I’ve been able to spend some time with the other two phones.

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The AT&T Moto G6 Play is finally getting Android 9 Pie

Even though Motorola can't be credited for updating its devices with the same speed and consistency as Nokia, OnePlus, or Essential, at least one new OS versions generally hits their devices, eventually. One such instance is last year's Moto G6 Play — while other US variants of the phone have already had the Android 9 Pie update since April, AT&T is finally getting round to rolling it out.

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The Motorola One Action gives the Moto G a run for its money

Motorola once held a practically unchallenged position at the top of the budget smartphone food chain, but increasingly capable competition from the likes of Nokia and a host of Chinese brands has changed the landscape in recent years. The now Lenovo-owned company has also lost its value proposition edge, with the Moto G7 not able to justify its $300 price tag and the recently announced Moto E6 arriving with a perplexing $50 price hike. At the same time, the brand’s high-end lineup is also in disarray — the Moto Z4 continues the focus on irrelevant Mods rather than genuinely compelling hardware.

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The Moto E6 Plus has dual cameras and a 6.1-inch screen at €140

Motorola doesn't cater to the high-end market as much as it used to. Today it focuses on affordable smartphones instead, providing a huge range of wallet-friendly options. In addition to presenting the Motorola One Zoom during IFA 2019, the company also announced its latest E-series product, the Moto E6 Plus. Just like the E5 Plus before it, it's a minor upgrade over the regular E6 and is certainly the more powerful and premium-looking of the two, if you don't mind a notched display.

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The Motorola One Zoom is a total show off with four rear cameras and a glowing batwing

Motorola's recent budget and mid-range offerings haven't been as compelling as in years gone by, but the freshly announced One Zoom is a different beast altogether. The highlight, of course, is the quad-camera setup on the back, something few phones in any price bracket can boast. The inclusion of an in-display fingerprint sensor and an OLED display make this the most feature-rich Motorola One phone to date. This also explains the higher price tag of $450/€429. Unlike the One series phones that have come before it, the Zoom won’t be an Android One device at all; not in any market.

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Moto E6 Plus leak shows off waterdrop notch and dual rear cameras

Motorola was once the king of the budget Android smartphone but its influence has waned in recent years as Nokia and other Chinese competitors have offered increasingly stiff competition. The Moto E series can still offer value to consumers looking for the cheapest passable experience, and we now know what the upcoming Moto E6 Plus is going to look like.

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