It can often be hard to save money on devices that aren't released yet, but today B&H is giving you the chance to do exactly that. Pre-order the unlocked 128GB Motorola Moto One Action and you'll get an instant $50 off, making your out of pocket cost $299.99 instead of $349.99. The phone is slated to start shipping on Halloween. Shipping is complimentary. This offer is valid on the Pearl White model of the phone. You can drop your total even lower if you use B&H's Payboo credit card, which reimburses your sales tax.
Additionally, B&H includes a three-month prepaid Mint Mobile service plan with the purchase, which is valued at $60. That means you'll be able to unbox the phone and call your friends within minutes whether you currently have a cellular service plan or not. You don't need to add the service plan to your cart since it's automatically included, but you can view specs on the freebie here.
This phone is set to be released at the end of October, and this is the best deal we've shared for it yet. You'll be saving $50, and B&H throws in a 3-month prepaid Mint Mobile service plan with your purchase too.
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This smartphone features an ultra-wide stabilized action camera, with 16MP and a 117-degree field of view. The sensor is also horizontal, meaning you can play back vertically-recorded videos in a landscape layout if you desire. That action camera is limited to video recordings, but there's also a 12MP photo camera and a 5MP depth sensor, meaning your photos should look nice as well.
Other specs include 4GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. You can supplement a microSD card up to 512GB if you need even more space. There's a decent-sized punch hole, but that might be balanced out by the inclusion of a headphone jack. No adapters or Bluetooth headphones necessary. An Exynos chipset and a 6.3-inch FHD+ display round out the spec list. For more details, you can head to our Motorola One Action Preview, but keep in mind that the deal at B&H won't last forever.
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