Motorola opened up their super affordable phones, the Moto G Stylus and Moto G Power for the U.S. audience. While the phones are still in pre-order stage, Best Buy has already announced some crazy price drops that should make you inclined to make the purchase.
Even for big time Apple fans, buying an Android phone for as low as $99.99 or $149 shouldn’t be a bad choice. Having a secondary device always comes in handy when you run out of battery or need to have some app, leave your primary phone somewhere else due to business reasons. With so many reason and a low cost, the Moto G Stylus which as the name suggests comes with a stylus pen at just $149.99 if you can make use of the carrier discounts offered.
The Moto G Power goes for $99.99 but the pricing will vary based on your choice of carrier. Sprint sells it for $124.99 without any strings attached to it. Most of these plans require you to be a new subscriber or stick to the network. Motorola offer from Best Buy on Sprint and Verizon are available for anyone who would like to activate their phone on the specific network before choosing to move to a different plan or carrier.
What Powers the Moto G Stylus?
The phone sports a 6.4-inch display with a 5,000 mAh battery and has a 48 megapixel primary shooter. It uses a stylus pen, has 128GB of storage while the Moto G Power has 4,000mAh battery. The phone should last much longer because of the energy efficient battery on the inside. The phones are slated for launch on April 16th but these offers are available so early. It wouldn’t make sense to miss these as you should consider purchasing them right away if you are looking for affordable Android smartphones for the season.