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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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[Update: Moto exec talks plans] Lenovo reportedly close to releasing new Motorola RAZR with folding display for $1,500

The phone to be seen with in the mid-noughties was undoubtedly the Moto RAZR, which oozed futuristic style with its thin clamshell design and aluminum body. Many millions were sold before it was usurped by better devices, but now it looks like Lenovo — Motorola's current parent company — is going to bring it back.

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The Moto G7 is available for pre-order from Motorola at $300 [Update: Best Buy and B&H, too]

Motorola announced the G7 several weeks back but it didn't have a firm release date at the time. Well, now things are clearer. Motorola will happily take your money for the G7 today, but pre-orders won't ship for a couple more weeks.

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Prime-exclusive Moto G6 Play is $170 ($20 off) on Amazon

We're on the cusp of learning about the best that phone OEMs have to offer us for the first part of 2019. If you'd rather avoid the steadily increasing smartphone prices, then Amazon has a solid deal for you. The Prime-exclusive Moto G6 Play is just $169.99 right now, or $179.99 for the regular unlocked version. 

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[Update: Back in stock] The Moto X4 is down to $165 ($135 off) at B&H while this crazy deal lasts

Over the weekend, a lot of you perked up your proverbial ears to a deal we posted about the Moto X4. Fry's was selling it for $189.99, which isn't a bad price. But here comes B&H to steal the thunder with an even better offer: use a $25 off coupon and you can have a Moto X4 for just $165. Yep, you read that right.

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Kernel source codes for Motorola One Power and Moto Z3 Play are now available

The Motorola One Power and Moto Z3 Play are fairly recent releases from Motorola, having debuted earlier this year. Both phones have now had their kernel source codes published on GitHub, meaning that custom development for them can now properly begin.

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Motorola brings the $100 Moto E5 to the US

In the realm of US budget phones, Motorola is one of the dominant players. Back in April, the company announced several new devices, which included the new Moto E family. The US already saw the E5 Play and E5 Plus, but now we're getting the regular E on TracFone (and its subsidiary brands). Best part? It's just $100.

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