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Slide the unlocked Moto G6 into your pocket at the low price of $160

It's not every day you can snag a dependable unlocked smartphone for a great price, but today is one of those rare occasions. Right now, Amazon is offering the unlocked Prime Exclusive edition of the Moto G6 (opens in new tab) smartphone for just $159.99, marking one of the best deals we've seen for this model. It typically hits $300 and comes ready for use on major US carriers including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.

This Prime Exclusive version of the device features a handful of pre-installed Amazon apps, such as Amazon Shopping and Amazon Alexa. They're easy to remove too, and saves you over $30 off buying the standard edition (opens in new tab) of this phone. Plus, it allows you to voice control your device with Alexa. This 64GB model is only $10 more than the version with half the storage, making today's deal even sweeter. Note that it can only be purchased if you're an Amazon Prime member, but you can start a free 30-day trial (opens in new tab) to score this discount if you don't have a membership.

The Moto G6 is equipped with a 5.7-inch Full HD+ Max Vision display, 4GB of RAM, and a microSD card slot that allows you to upgrade its storage capacity by up to 128GB. That's an easy and affordable way to store more on your phone too, as you can pick up a 128GB micro SD card for just $22 (opens in new tab) at Amazon currently. The device features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 octa-core processor running Android 8.0, and it also has dual rear cameras (12 MP + 5 MP) along with an 8MP front-facing camera to give your photos some variety. Best of all, its 3,000mAh battery can keep it powered all day long.

To learn about all of the ins and outs of this device, be sure to read over our review from last year.

Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.