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Where to buy the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus in the UK

The Moto G4 is the most capable Moto G to date, with a 5.5-inch 1080p display and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 617 processor. It's accompanied by the Moto G4 Plus, a higher-end model with a 16-megapixel camera (up from 13 in the regular G4), a fingerprint scanner for biometric security and 3GB RAM/32GB storage option (up from 2GB/16GB). That's a lot of hardware in what's still very much a budget handset.

So where can you get hold of the Moto G4 and G4 Plus in the UK? Well, you'll need to do a little digging around, but there are deals to be found.

Moto G4

Tesco Mobile

Tesco Mobile has the Moto G4 available SIM-free in black from £159. That also gets you 159 Clubcard points, and the retailer offers the option to collect from your local Tesco store the next working day for free. Tesco also has what appears to be a Tesco Mobile-branded Moto G4 in blue for a pricier £179.

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John Lewis

John Lewis has the Moto G4 in black or white for £159.95. The price includes free UK delivery, and there's also the option to collect from your local John Lewis or Waitrose store from 2 p.m. the next working day.

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eBuyer

eBuyer has the black Moto G4 in stock and ready for next-day delivery for £167.99 (including delivery). The store's website will let you know how late in the day you can order for next-day delivery; for the Moto G4, it looks like 7 p.m. is the cut-off.

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Amazon

Amazon UK has the dual-SIM Moto G4 in white for £168.08, but with a longer lead time for delivery. But if you really want the dual-SIM version of the phone, this is probably your best option.

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Moto G4 Plus

Amazon

Right now Amazon is the only retailer we're seeing with stock of the Moto G4 Plus. The retailer giant has the 2GB/16GB and 3GB/32GB Moto G4 Plus in black, and the 3GB/32GB model in white. The cheaper model with less RAM and storage goes for £219, while the top-end G4 Plus sells for £244.90.

Alex Dobie
Alex Dobie

Alex was with Android Central for over a decade, producing written and video content for the site, and served as global Executive Editor from 2016 to 2022.

11 Comments
  • Pretty sure that the Motorola UK website sells both handsets too Posted via the Android Central App
  • Correct.
  • I wonder how long Amazon will hold off listing the new devices (as opposed to the links above which are one external company using the marketplace) given that they are still attempting to sell stock of the old devices with no price adjustment.
  • "Here are all the sites we can link to with affiliation links" basically? (This post may contain affiliate links - no kidding!) May as well just order off Motorola's own website. The UKWELCOME10 code still works to get £10 off.
  • Anyone (Alex? ) know if the dual sim models on sale through Amazon UK have all the radio bands used by the main UK carriers? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Is there any reason the buy the Moto G4 Plus over the LG G4? As far as I can make out the LG is superior in pretty much every way for the same price.
  • No fingerprint sensor on the G4. I would imagine the G4 Plus is likely to get updates for longer than the G4 at this point in time?
  • Fair points - I've never owned a phone with a fingerprint sensor, something worth having, or is it mainly a gimmick?
  • Not sure I could go back to a phone that doesn't have a fingerprint sensor now. They really are quite useful.
  • For what? As someone who's never had one, I'm intrigued! Not that my upgrade is due for another year, but if it's something I need I'll taking it into account when it's time to get a new phone.
  • Not sure I'd make a fingerprint reader a show-stopper. I've one on my S6 and stopped using it. 95% of the time it works but it's just as quick to use a PIN. For me, the main reason for the G4 Plus is it's turbocharger which comes with the phone.