This new Motorola Edge+ (2022) deal is simply incredible

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Remember when Best Buy tried to rain on Amazon’s Prime Day parade by (among many others) the mid-range Motorola Edge (2021) and high-end Edge+ (2022) with no special requirements and no obligations?

Well, if the latest model, powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, felt like a bargain at $790, wait till you see how much Woot charges today only for brand new, unused, unopened and undamaged. Motorola Edge+ (2022) units in the colors Cosmos Blue or Stardust White of your choice.
Normally available for an extravagant but arguably fair $999.99, this bad boy can now be yours for a measly $499.99 with a full 1-year manufacturer’s warranty included. That’s an incredible, and of course, never-before-seen 50 percent discount for a premium Android 12 handset released in the US a few months ago.
The aforementioned state-of-the-art Qualcomm SoC and hefty 512 gigs of internal storage alone are undeniably worth more than five Benjamins, but of course the 2022 Edge Plus flagship (known elsewhere as Edge 30 Pro name) has a ton of other super advanced specs and features.
We’re talking a 6.7-inch OLED display with a so-so resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels and advanced support for 144Hz refresh rate, a decent 8 gig of RAM that goes well with the insane 512 GB local digital hamster room mentioned earlier, a large 4,800 mAh battery capable of up to 68 W wired and 15 W wireless charging, a triple camera system on the rear made up of two different 50 MP shooters (and a largely meaningless third 2 MP sensor) and a remarkable single 60 MP selfie snapper.
It goes without saying that the unlocked devices on sale here today can access any US 5G network you want, plus the ridiculously affordable ones. Motorola Edge+ (2022) comes with a 30W fast charger in the box, as well as a ‘smart stylus’. That might not be as advanced as the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s built-in S Pen, but we probably don’t need to tell you how much more expensive Samsung’s latest flagship is… with 128GB of storage and no power brick in the box.

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