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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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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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Moto X4 drops to $190 ($110 off) at Fry's

Motorola had a short yet glorious golden age a few years ago. The Moto X was beloved by many Android fans out there. Sadly, those days are long gone and Motorola is but a shell of its former beauty. But that doesn't mean we should overlook deals when they come around. The Moto X4 has dropped to $189.99 over at Fry's Electronics. 

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Grab a Moto Z3 Play for $385 ($115 off) at B&H

Motorola's phones generally have nice hardware, an unadulterated version of Android, and good performance for their price. Those things are all true of the Moto Z3 Play, which launched launched last year for $500 — the last one even more so now that the phone is on sale at B&H for $115 off its MSRP.

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[Update: 32GB for $185] Moto G6 with 64GB of storage is $215 ($105 off) at B&H

There are a ton of competitors in the budget phone bracket nowadays, but Moto G phones are always a reliable bet. The Moto G6 is the latest offering in a long line of Motorola's mid-rangers, and we concluded that it's a "predictably good value" in our review. B&H is currently offering the 64GB version of the Moto G6 for $214.99, which is $105 off MSRP.

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Moto Z4 Play leaked renders reveal Moto's continued and inexplicable commitment to Mods

Motorola had a strange 2018. After promising oodles of Mods, the company only launched a single Mod in 2018—the Moto stereo speaker. And then there's the Moto Z3, which only works on Verizon, runs on 2017 hardware, and is still waiting on its promised 5G Mod. It looks like Motorola isn't giving up on the Mods in 2019. Leaked renders of the Moto Z4 Play show the same Mod connector we've come to know and tolerate, and a water drop notch.

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Moto Camera update adds selfie portrait mode, AR Stickers for Moto Z3 and Z3 Play phones, watermarking, and more

Every so often, Motorola updates its camera app with bug fixes and maybe a couple of new features. This latest Moto Camera update is rather hefty, adding several new features. Highlights include a selfie portrait mode for all Motorola devices now, AR stickers for the Moto Z3 and Z3 Play, and a nifty watermarking feature.

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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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Kernel sources for the Moto Z3 are now available

This year's flagship phone from Motorola, the Moto Z3, was something of a disappointment. Still, if you own one, here's some good news. Motorola just published kernel sources for the Z3 (codenamed 'Messi'), so developers can now easily create custom ROMs and recoveries for the phone.

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Moto G7 Play stops by the FCC and reveals all

Motorola is gearing up for a new generation of budget smartphones, and they will predictably be called "Moto G7." Over at the FCC, the Moto G7 Play has popped up complete with photos, specs, and more. if you liked the Motorola Power phones, you'll like this. Otherwise, get ready to hate another notch.

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