For a company consistently ranked outside the world’s top five smartphone vendors, owned by Lenovo Motorola has certainly been getting a lot of attention lately with its extended family of discounted mid-rangers and a potentially exciting flagship comeback story.
That’s right, the leading “Un-carrier” (and its top prepaid subsidiary) is willing to give you this non-stylus-supporting 6.5-inch mid-ranger for free… under certain conditions.
This particular version of the MediaTek Dimensity 700-powered device is significantly cheaper than an unlocked model to start with, at $222 and $229.99 respectively, which makes sense given that it packs 4 gigs of RAM and 64 gigs of internal storage. as opposed to a 6GB of memory and a whopping 256 gigs of local digital hamster space.
Still, the value for money factor is arguably strong on this one too, as the rest of the specs are unchanged, including a 5,000mAh battery that is said to last up to two days on a single charge, 90Hz screen refresh rate technology, good old fashioned old-fashioned headphone jack, microSD support and a primary 50MP rear camera.