Amazon is offering the Prime version of new Moto G4 Play for just $99
Amazon is no newbie to the offering of budget smartphones and recording huge market success off of them. They launched the program and did an experiment with both of the BLU R1 HD and also, the Moto G4 units in the past and they did well on these smartphones.
Now, Amazon is giving yet another smartphone a Prime exclusive and tis one would be allowed to sell for less than $100.
For the cost-conscious shoppers, the Moto G4 Play is the new thing on the block and the 5-inch smartphone uses 720p display, supports the 4G network, uses a QUALCOMM snapdragon 410 chipset that runs at an operational frequency of 1.2GHz while using a main camera unit of 8MP.
If these don’t convince you yet, there is even more because it has a 5MP front shooter and has an internal storage space of 16GB which can be pushed to 128GB with the help of the micro SD card slot on board. Finally, the smartphone would be selling for $99 if you are comfortable living with the ‘Prime’ setup of smartphones. Just a series of personalised ads to deal with here and there, right?
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