After being unveiled in other areas around the world, folks stateside will soon be able to get their hands on the Moto G4 and its sibling the Moto G4 Plus. Later on in the year, we'll get the U.S. details on the launch of the Moto G4 Play as well.
Interested in picking up one of these low-cost high-performing phones? Here's where you can get 'em.
The base-model G4 offers a lot for the $199 price tag, including a 5.5-inch display, solid design and good camera — all powered by a capable Snapdragon 617 processor and 2GB of RAM. You get a handful of great Motorola features, naturally, which go along with a slick and powerful software experience.
Moto G4 Plus
The Moto G4 Plus takes the solid platform of the Moto G4 and adds a bit, with a one-touch fingerprint sensor and higher-resolution camera for just $50 more. There's also an option to bump up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage at $299, which really starts to put it more in the "mid range" segment of phones.
Moto G4 Play
As is the case in other parts of the world, we don't quite know when you'll be able to get a Moto G4 Play in the U.S. Motorola simply says "later in 2016" for the release, and you can sign up to be notified of changes in the status over at Motorola's website, if you wish.
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