Motorola's budget Androids have garnered a reputation among those looking for a solid phone without wasting money on a bunch of features they don’t need. That trend continues, with Total Wireless’ versions getting a strong discount on Prime Day. The Moto G Stylus 5G is down to $134.99 which is a 33% discount for Prime Day.
It’s important to keep things in perspective with these phones. No, you’re not getting the latest and greatest tech, but with a vast 6.8-inch display, a large 5,000mAh battery, and 5G support, the Moto G Stylus 5G is still a solid value.
You also get 128GB of storage for apps and downloads and if you need more space, microSD card expansion is available. The Stylus, of course, helps with precision input as well. While the Snapdragon 480 under the hood isn’t anything to write home about, it has the power to get through everyday apps smoothly and can even do some light gaming.
This phone also comes with a SIM card for Total Wireless, so it’s ready to activate on your account as soon as you get it. No waiting around for a SIM card in the mail.
If you want something a bit cheaper, the Moto G Stylus with LTE, Moto G Power, and Moto G Pure are also on sale with the latter costing just $44.99.
Save on these Total Wireless Moto G phones
total wireless Motorola Moto g Pure (2021):
$59.99 $44.99 at Amazon
A phone for less than $50 shouldn't be this good. Sure, there are better phones for more money but if you need a backup phone that gets the job done, this is a solid option. The 4,000mAh battery should also make it to the end of the day with ease.
Keep in mind that these phones only work on Total Wireless. You will not be able to take these phones with you to another carrier, so if you’re thinking about switching any time soon, you might lose out. Even though something like the Moto G Stylus 5G doesn’t quite stand compared to the more expensive model. That being said, cheap phones like these can be just what some folks are looking for if they need something that works now, but plan to upgrade later when finances allow.
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