Motorola Moto G4 Play launches in Canada, sells at $0 on contract
We brought you a news that Motorola has secured the launch of one of its new smartphones in Canada and that they have even set a September 6 release date for this device in the Indian market. Well, as regards the news of Canada, we have even more interesting gist for you if you happen to be in this region.
As anyone would have guessed, it is available through the normal carriers such as Bell, Telus, Virgin Mobile, Koodo, SaskTel, and Wind Mobile. One bit of very interesting information that is then common to all of these carriers as we have listed above is that they are currently offering the smartphone, and they would let you have it for a price of $0. For sure, you would have to commit to a contract plan.
Need some convincing? Well, the new Moto G4 Play has a 5 inch of screen which is set at a resolution of 720p, runs with a QUALCOMM snapdragon 410 chipset under the hood and packs 2GBof RAM that is coupled with the internal storage space of 16GB. With the Android Marshmallow, the 2800mAh battery carrier has a camera configuration of 8MP on the rear and 5MP up front.
Off contract, you can pick the smartphone for $199 and the unlocked version sells for $249 instead.
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