Deal: Motorola Moto E4 is on sale for just $40 (45% off) in the U.S.

One of the cheapest Android smartphones available in the United States, the Moto E4 has become even cheaper. It’s been five months since Motorola launched the Moto E4 and the phone is already selling for almost half the price.

Walmart is now offering the Verizon Moto E4 prepaid for just $40, which means you’ll be saving $30 when you buy it. Few smartphones that cost less than $50 offer the same Android experience as Motorola’s budget-friendly handset.

It’s true that the phone will not be getting any major OS updates, but at least it comes with Android 7.1.1 …


Deal: Unlocked Moto E4 Plus costs just $145 (20% off) on Amazon

The Moto E4 Plus hit the shelves in the United States about a month ago, but the entry-level smartphone is already on sale. The 4th generation Moto E Plus usually sells for $180 outright, but Amazon has decided to discount it by 20%.

The unlocked Moto E4 Plus is available for purchase on Amazon for just $145. The best thing about this deal is the fact that the smartphone works on just about all major carriers in the US, including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.

It’s also worth mentioning Amazon has only slashed the price of the standard version …

Deal: The Moto E4 is just $40 (44% off) on Amazon, but it's locked to Verizon


The Moto E4 was launched at Verizon back in June as the carrier’s cheapest Android smartphone. At just $70, Motorola’s budget-friendly handset was an absolute steal for customers looking for their first smartphone.

Fast forward three months and the Moto E4’s price has dropped by almost 50%. If you don’t mind being tied to a carrier like Verizon, the Moto E4 is a great phone due to price-specs ratio.

For a limited time, customers can buy the Verizon-branded Moto E4 for just $40 on Amazon. The bad news is the retailer will now ship the phone within 1 to 4 weeks, probably due to high …

Republic Wireless starts selling the Moto E4 Plus for just $199

One and a half months ago, Republic Wireless announced it will start selling Lenovo’s budget-friendly Moto E4. Today, the MVNO confirmed it will carry the improved version, the Moto E4 Plus.

Customers will now be able to purchase the Moto E4 Plus at Republic Wireless for just $199, or as low as $12 a month with financing from Affirm. That’s almost double the price of the Moto E4, which went on sale at the MVNO for $99, but the price went up to $129 after the promotional offer ended.

But there won’t be any promotional offers for the Moto E4 Plus, but the price …

Unlocked Moto E4 Plus now up for pre-order in the US for $179.99, ships on August 11

Lenovo announced recently the Moto E4 Plus will make its debut in the United States this week, as Verizon Wireless will start selling the smartphone.

However, customers who wish to purchase the unlocked version of the Moto E4 Plus can do so via Amazon, Best Buy and other major retailers across the country. In fact, Amazon has already started to take pre-orders for the mid-range Android smartphone.

As expected, the unlocked Moto E4 Plus is available for purchase for $179.99 on Amazon, and customers can choose between the Iron Gray and Fine Gold color options. …

Verizon adds Moto E4 Plus and Asus ZenPad Z8s tablet to its already announced Asus ZenFone AR launch

Late last evening, we told you that Verizon had started accepting pre-orders for the Asus ZenFone AR. This is the first handset that not only features Tango-styled augmented reality capabilities, but also carries the Project Daydream Virtual Reality platform. The handset is priced at $27 a month for 24 months, or it can be bought on retail for $648. In addition, Verizon is now offering the Asus ZenPad Z8s tablet. An exclusive to Verizon, the slate can be bought at a price of $10.41 over 24-months. With a signed two-year contract, the ZenPad Z8s is priced at $149.99. Or, you can pay $249.99 on retail.

The …

Motorola Moto E4 Plus launches this week in the US, huge battery in tow

In addition to announcing the Moto G5S and Moto G5S Plus, today, Motorola shared details about the availability of Moto E4 Plus – a smartphone that was first unveiled last month, at the same time with the already-released Moto E4.

The Moto E4 Plus will be launched in the US in a couple of days, on August 3. Customers will be able to purchase the unlocked version of the phone for $179.99 via Motorola’s website, Amazon, Best Buy, and other retailers. August 3 is also when Verizon Wireless will start selling the Moto E4 Plus, but, for now, there’s no word on how much …

Motorola Moto E4 now available at Sprint and Boost Mobile

Starting today, Sprint and Boost Mobile are selling the Moto E4, one of Motorola’s newest (and cheapest) smartphones. Previously released unlocked, as well as via Verizon and MetroPCS, the Moto E4 runs Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box, and is definitely a handset to consider if you’re on a tight budget.

While it’s more expensive than on Verizon and MetroPCS, Sprint’s and Boost’s Moto E4 is still cheaper than the unlocked version of the phone, which costs $129.99. The handset can be purchased from Boost Mobile for $79.99 (plus tax) after instant online rebate, …

Motorola Moto E4 will cost just $49 at MetroPCS (or $0 if you switch)

Released last month as one of Motorola’s cheapest smartphones ever, the Moto E4 is currently sold for around $100 if you’re buying it unlocked, or just $69.99 if you want to get it from Verizon. Starting July 31, the handset will be available for even less thanks to MetroPCS (T-Mobile’s prepaid brand).

MetroPCS will sell the Moto E4 for only $49 (plus tax) after rebate, no contract required. Or, if you switch to MetroPCS with a qualifying number, you’ll be able to get the new phone for free (after instant rebate) plus tax.

The Moto E4 is definitely a product …

Motorola Moto E4 Review

Introduction
The Moto E series hit the scene in mid-2014, quick on the heels of the Moto G’s success in the mid-range market. While the G series has offered solid, though intermediate, hardware at less than half the cost of high-end flagships, the E series was priced and configured specifically for entry-level consumers. Delivering a similarly high value proposition in the $100 – $200 price range – even in the days when 2-year contracts were all the rage – MSRP on the E series was kept low, typically hovering around the $100 mark. This year, we see the return of this low-cost performer – now …