The Moto X 4th generation unlocked 32GB Android smartphone is on sale for $179.99. This phone was selling for as much as $250 earlier in November, and it has never gone this low.
The Moto X is just one of five Prime Exclusive phones on sale right now. You won’t be able to check out with this price unless you’re a member of Amazon Prime, and if you’re signing up for the first time you’ll get 30 days free.
The Moto X deal comes in Super Black and Sterling Blue. The phone uses the Snapdragon 630 2.2GHz processor, 3GB RAM, and Android 8.0 for the operating system. It has a 12MP and 8MP camera on the back along with a 16MP camera on the front.
The LG Stylo 4 32GB Unlocked phone is another budget option. It’s also going for $179.99 from a street price around $250. The Stylo 4 includes several pre-installed Amazon apps, including Alexa. It has a 6.2-inch FullVision display, the Snapdragon 450 1.8GHz processor, and Android 8.1 for the operating system. It also comes with a stylus pen.
Here are all of the phones on sale:
Of course, if you’re looking for a lot more from your phone, the LG V35 ThinQ 64GB Unlocked is down to $549.99. The V35 ThinQ normally sells for around $700, and it has never been on sale for this low. Like the other phones, this one comes with some pre-installed Amazon apps that will be very useful for you. The screen is a six-inch OLED FullVision Display with 2880 x 1440 resolution. It has 6GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 845 2.8GHz processor, and a 3,300mAh battery with USB-C charging. It also has wireless charging, dual 16MP rear-facing cameras, and one 8MP front-facing camera.
A couple of the other phones on sale include the Moto G6 64GB Unlocked for $229.99 from a street price around $300, and the Moto Z3 Play 64GB Unlocked for $369.99, which is down from $470. If you’re interested in some other Android smartphones, check out this sale on the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 we shared this morning.
Remember to sign up for Amazon Prime if you want to take advantage of these deals.
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November 18, 2018 at 08:26AM