New Release. Motorola has the Motorola Moto G Android 4.3 Global GSM Smartphone for $179 with free shipping, no contract required. This is the Moto X's little brother released earlier than the expected "early 2014" release date. Ships 12/2.

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 Quad 1.2GHz, 8GB storage
  • 4.5" 1280 x 720 display (329 ppi), 2070mAh battery
  • 5MP camera, 802.11 b/g/n, BT 4.0, Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean)
  • Retail: $179

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      aaron2k4 Ben's cred: 16
      Posted 9:19 am PST 11/26/13

      Wow... In for 1

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      dennis007 Ben's cred: 221
      Posted 9:37 am PST 11/26/13

      Seem like a sweet deal. Beat the LG Optimus L9 crap specs any day that goes for $200 at T-mobile. By the way I own the Optimus L9 and it's a POS.

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      zen3278 Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 10:35 am PST 11/26/13

      The specs are very impressive for a $180 phone. However, a huge downfall is that it does not support 4G LTE. Also, you cannot add micro-SD card and the battery is not removable.

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      aaron2k4 Ben's cred: 16
      Posted 10:40 am PST 11/26/13

      Well, iPhone battery can't removable and can't add micro-sd. Still lot of people like it Smile

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      dennis007 Ben's cred: 221
      Posted 10:50 am PST 11/26/13

      ^ Totally agreed.

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      johnnylately Ben's cred: 195
      Posted 10:51 am PST 11/26/13

      These "global" or international phones tend to have minor quirks or lack some features of their US kin.

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      sampang Ben's cred: 1
      Posted 11:41 am PST 11/26/13

      Two years 50 GB storage free on Google Drive from spec. is this info help? look like great for prepaid t-mobile 4G HSPA+ network. 16GB cost $199 + tax

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      GWin1433 Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 11:57 am PST 11/26/13

      Looks like a great deal.

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      iceman21 Ben's cred: 8
      Posted 12:57 pm PST 11/26/13

      Motorola knows the G spot!

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      JediKnight Ben's cred: 632
      Posted 2:00 pm PST 11/26/13

      Hot deal.

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      dcgonzo Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 2:13 pm PST 11/26/13

      Great deal on a no-contract phone. In.

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      djgeki Ben's cred: 3
      Posted 2:23 pm PST 11/26/13

      Wonder how much snappier this is over the Droid RAZR HD?

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      spartan805 Ben's cred: 63
      Posted 3:44 pm PST 11/26/13

      Tempted to drop my Galaxy Nexus over this since it's a GOOGLE company phone. they get updates rather quick...

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      kendunn Ben's cred: 93
      Posted 5:09 pm PST 11/26/13

      Another sons Christmas present taken care of, one more to go.

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      livingonair Ben's cred: 5
      Posted 7:41 pm PST 11/26/13

      ya. spec is very tempting. however holding back for the limited internal memory, no sd card and non removable battery...

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      wzy0791 Ben's cred: 3
      Posted 11:11 pm PST 11/26/13

      Also in for 1

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      sneakysnake128 Ben's cred: 10
      Posted 12:31 am PST 11/27/13

      No 4G? What the heck, can't there be a sub-$200 phone that does anything right? (and don't get me started on the L9, that phone can't move apps to the SD card and you are limited to 1.5GB which isn't enough for even a casual user).

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      exFAL Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 1:40 am PST 11/27/13

      sneakysnake128 wrote:
      No 4G? What the heck, can't there be a sub-$200 phone that does anything right? (and don't get me started on the L9, that phone can't move apps to the SD card and you are limited to 1.5GB which isn't enough for even a casual user).


      $150 Galaxy Light LTE @HSN. $350 Nexus 5 LTE. $200 Nexus 4 Hacked TMobile LTE.

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      RKLE Ben's cred: 950
      Posted 2:16 am PST 11/27/13

      Unlocked or not?

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      harvystanley Ben's cred: -2
      Posted 6:10 am PST 11/27/13

      Do yourself a favor....go ahead and get an iPhone.

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