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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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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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Moto G7 Power is now available at T-Mobile for $237.50

One of the latest phones in Motorola's popular G line is now available at T-Mobile. You can pick up your own Moto G7 Power in stores or online for $9.50 per month (with $9.50 down), or $237.50 full price, according to Tmo. Metro customers will be able to get theirs next week on April 29.

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Amazon drops the Prime Exclusive 32GB Moto G6 to just $140 ($100 off), 64GB to $160 ($140 off)

It seems like Amazon is trying to clear out stock, because the Moto G6 is on sale yet again. Both Prime Exclusive variants are on very good sales — you can grab a 32GB/3GB for just $139.99 or a 64GB/4GB variant for $159.99.

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Android 9 Pie arrives for the US Moto G6 Play

Another Pie update this week, praise be. This time, it's for the U.S. Moto G6 Play. Though this phone has had the newest Android version in Brazil for a little while now, it hitting the U.S. version is defintely newsworthy.

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Moto X4 with Alexa is currently just $130 ($80 off) on Amazon

Keeping a spare smartphone around the house can be a wise move. When a family member loses their phone, you have a decent alternative ready, because no one wants to use your five-year-old Galaxy. You also don't have to rush to buy an expensive replacement, but can wait for a good deal to present itself. The Moto X4 makes an excellent spare phone, and at just $130 ($10 below the $140 it had previously dropped to), it won't cost you too much.

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Amazon drops the Prime Exclusive 64GB/4GB Moto G6 to $180 ($120 off)

Phone deals just keep popping up. Take this one, for instance — Amazon is currently offering the Prime Exclusive 64GB/4GB Moto G6 for the low price of $179.99, a substantial $120 off. That's pretty good.

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Moto G6 and G6 Play drop to $160 ($90 off), $150 ($50 off) at a few retailers

If you're in need of a cheap phone, the Moto G line is almost always a great option. The venerable series has practically redefined what it means to have a good budget phone here in the US, so when we see discounts off the already low prices, we pay attention. Right now, both the Moto G6 and G6 Play have dropped to $159.99 and $149.99, respectively, at several retailers.

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Motorola is readying a phone with four rear cameras according to these CAD renders

What do you do when your reputation is declining and you need a shiny new product to give you a boost? Add more cameras, of course. Motorola appears to be plowing ahead with Moto Mods despite them not being a very good idea in the first place and the G-series' best days might be behind it. There's also little to suggest that a new RAZR device with a folding screen will be any good, but maybe a new quad cam phone is will be the answer to the Lenovo-owned company's problems.

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[Update: B&H, too] Get a 64GB/4GB Moto G6 from Amazon for $200 ($120 off)

Motorola's G line really kicked off actually good budget phones here in the US, and the brand continues to be one of the biggest players. Though it's not the newest model around, you can get yourself a 64GB/4GB Moto G6 for $199.99 from Amazon, a very nice $120 off MSRP. And yes, this is the standard version, not the ad-supported Prime model.

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