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1 of Moto G Plus (4th Gen.) Unlocked - Black - 64GB - U.S. Warranty
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The most advanced camera in its class - 16 MP rear camera with two rapid focus technologies - laser focus and phase detect autofocus.
5 MP wide angle selfie camera is perfect for group shots.
The all-day battery also comes with TurboPower(TM) charging which provides up to 6 hours of use in just 15 minutes.
Moto G is unlocked and carrier friendly - it works on all major carrier networks.
An octa-core processor and 5.5" full HD (1080p) display ensures videos and games run smoothly and look great.
The fingerprint reader instantly unlocks your phone.
Features 4 GB of RAM and an SD card slot that supports up to 128 GB of additional storage.

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Moto G plus 16GB (after $50 GC) = Moto G 16GB = $200
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Quote from xxxHolic View Post :
Moto G plus 16GB (after $50 GC) = Moto G 16GB = $200
Only 2GB of RAM. Better with the 4GB.
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Would be nice to see price in title or post...
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how does this compare to the Nexus 5X by LG? ($235 delivered)
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How many miles are on it?
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Thanks repped!
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No NFC means no Android Pay, how disappointing for an otherwise promising device.
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No NFC means no Android Pay, how disappointing for an otherwise promising device.
people don't seem to be using Apple Pay, Android Pay, or even Samsung Pay
as much as I imagined. I have not seen anyone else use it at retail stores
for a long time. Frown
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people don't seem to be using Apple Pay, Android Pay, or even Samsung Pay
as much as I imagined. I have not seen anyone else use it at retail stores
for a long time. Frown
I sure as hell won't. Even chipped credit cards are vulnerable (my chipped card got hacked recently). Why would I want to expose myself to yet another vulnerability with these mobile payments? Don't see the point until they can get the security WAY up there on these mobile payment methods.

Since I didn't give a crap about NFC, I bought one.

Still, it was incredibly annoying that I couldn't use my Amazon GCs on the purchase since they deduct the price of the GC from the phone, in case you decide to return the phone and keep the GC.
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Last edited by OniEdge July 16, 2016 at 12:31 AM
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Quote from cookiereceipt View Post :
people don't seem to be using Apple Pay, Android Pay, or even Samsung Pay
as much as I imagined. I have not seen anyone else use it at retail stores
for a long time. Frown
I've used Android's Pay... only to get a free Chromecast back when they did that promo for ten purchases. I think I've used it twice since.

Quote from cookiereceipt View Post :
how does this compare to the Nexus 5X by LG? ($235 delivered)
Do a comparison on either GSM Arena or Phone Arena... granted, I don't think they put any raw performance benchmarks on either site...
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Last edited by metdeath July 16, 2016 at 04:30 AM
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Preordered 64GB version at same price. Of course $50 cash instead of GC.
I expected the camera to be stellar and disappointed; my old GS6 takes better pictures. That means non-Plus model camera would be crappy. Phone gets really hot with intense use. Fingerprint reader is awesome, better than GS6 & iP6s
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I see that Amazon also has a "Prime" version of this device that puts ads on the lock screen. They have the 64gb for only $179!

Is there any way to get this $50 gift card with that version of this device?
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Last edited by CriticalCritic July 16, 2016 at 04:40 AM
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I sure as hell won't. Even chipped credit cards are vulnerable (my chipped card got hacked recently). Why would I want to expose myself to yet another vulnerability with these mobile payments? Don't see the point until they can get the security WAY up there on these mobile payment methods.

Since I didn't give a crap about NFC, I bought one.

Still, it was incredibly annoying that I couldn't use my Amazon GCs on the purchase since they deduct the price of the GC from the phone, in case you decide to return the phone and keep the GC.
What about them isn't secure? I've read up a decent amount on them and they are very secure.
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