We all have different priorities when it comes to our smartphones. Some people want giant screens. Some want mind-blowing cameras. Others want the fastest processor.
For some users, though, the thing that matters most is the battery life. If you're one of those people, you need to grab this deal on the Moto G Power from Amazon. The phone is designed to last three days on a single charge. Currently, it's $179.99, which is 28% off the normal price.
What Makes the Moto G Power Worth Getting?
The big thing (literally) that makes the Moto G Power worth grabbing is the battery. Motorola specifically designed the phone to last for up to three days on a single charge, which is way more than your average smartphone. The battery is a hefty 5000mAh, which is quite large for the size of the phone.
Further expanding on what that large battery will get you, Motorola says you can stream music for about 150 hours, watch videos for approximately 23 hours, and get 27 days of standby time. If you're using this as a secondary phone, you can safely leave it in a drawer for a long time and know it'll be ready to use when you need it.
Of course, there's more to a phone than the battery. The Moto G doesn't come with high-end specs, but it's actually quite good when you compare it to other budget-friendly smartphones.
Starting with the chip, you'll find a Snapdragon 665 octa-core processor. That chip is supported by 4GB RAM, which is pretty standard for phones at this price point. You'll also get 64GB of internal storage.
The phone comes with a 6.4-inch FHD+ display. Obviously, it doesn't come with a high refresh rate at this price, but that's still a good-sized screen and resolution for a cheap phone.
The Moto G Power also features a 16MP triple camera system. There's the primary shooter, a macro lens, and an ultra-wide camera. The selfie camera is pretty basic, coming with a 6MP resolution.
Will It Work With My Carrier?
The Amazon deal offers the phone unlocked, so it'll work with all major US carriers. It supports both GSM and CDMA, so whether you want to use AT&T, T-Mobile, or Verizon, you won't have a problem. It'll also work with any of the big MVNO carriers out there, including Cricket Wireless, Metro by T-Mobile, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
If this phone sounds like something you'd enjoy, hit Amazon and grab one, as we'd expect the device to sell out at this price.
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