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Amazon Deals for Prime Exclusive 64GB/4GB Moto G6 just $180

Phone deals just keep popping up nowadays. Take this one, for example — Amazon is now offering the Prime Exclusive 64GB/4GB Moto G6 for the lowest price of $179.99, and it is a $120 off. That’s truly great.

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Clearly, a caveat for some of you here is that this is the Prime Exclusive model, which means that it comes with Amazon apps preinstalled. For some, that’s not a big deal but remember it. This is one of the best deals on a Moto G6 yet, beating the all other posts that we already publish on our page and even amazon last give some prime exclusive discount which was on the 32GB/3GB variant.

If you want to know more about the G6, be sure to check out the details here.

Specs:

SoCSnapdragon 450
RAM3GB
Storage32GB
Display5.7-inch 2160 x 1080 LCD
Battery3000mAh
Camera12MP + 5MP rear, 8MP front
SoftwareAndroid 8.0 Oreo
Measurements153.8 x 72.3 x 8.3 mm, 167g
Price$249 from Motorola, $199 on Project Fi, and $235 from Amazon (Prime edition)

THE GOOD

DisplayThe 5.7-inch 1080p display, 18:9 aspect ratio makes the phone more comfortable to hold. It’s narrower than last year’s Moto G even though the screen is bigger.
Type-CA lot of cheap phones still default to micro-USB, but it’s time for that to stop. The Moto G6 has a Type-C port, and it supports 15W USB-PD fast charging.
Headphone jackIt still has one. Yay.
Battery lifeThe Moto G6 will have no problem making it through a day with juice to spare.
SoftwareMotorola’s version of Android 8.0 is clean and fast. Moto Display and Moto Actions are still fabulous.
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THE NOT SO GOOD

DesignThe back is slippery glass that could break if dropped. Dust also accumulates in the crack between the glass and plastic frame. The camera module is ugly—no other way to put it.
Not water-resistantMotorola continues to call its phones “splash resistant,” whatever that means. Basically, you should be able to use the Moto G6 in the rain, but no promises. Submerging it would be a bad idea.
CameraLow-light performance is poor with low brightness and extreme shutter lag.
Update prospectsMotorola is no longer the bastion of quick updates it once was. You’ll be lucky to get one major OS update on the G6, and it’ll probably be very late.
PerformancePerformance isn’t bad, but it’s not a fast phone. You get what you pay for here.

If you’re in need of a cheap new smartphone and can deal with the Prime Exclusive stuff, then you can get started via the buy link given below. All three color options are available for this price at the time of writing.

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