Best answer: You can now buy the Moto G7 and G7 Power in the U.S. for $300 and $250, respectively. Pre-orders for the G7 Play begin on March 29, and if you want the G7 Plus, you'll need to buy an international model.

The Moto G7 and G7 Power are now available for purchase in the U.S.

As of Marc 20, 2019, you can buy the Moto G7 and G7 Power in the United States.

The regular G7 costs $300 and is available in Ceramic Black and Clear White colors. As of right now, the only storage configuration you can buy is 64GB.

When you buy the phone from Motorola, you have the option of adding an extended year of Moto Care for $30 or Moto Care Accident Protection for 15 months or 2 years for $40 and $65, respectively. Shipping is free.

As for carrier compatibility, the Moto G7 works on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Google Fi.

The G7 Power cuts back on a few specs to reach a lower price of $250, with its highlight feature being its 5,000 mAh battery.

When you buy the G7 Power from Motorola's website from now until March 30, you'll get a $20 credit that can be used towards any other future purchase.

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You can get the G7 Play starting March 29

The Moto G7 Play, the least powerful and most affordable of the G7 series, will be the last to go on sale in the U.S.

Pre-orders start on March 29 and full sales will begin on April 5. The best part? The phone costs just $200.

If you want to buy the Moto G7 Play when it launches, it'll also be offered at at Amazon, Best Buy, B&H, and directly through Motorola's site.

How to get your hands on the G7 Plus

And, last but not least, there's the Moto G7 Plus. The G7 Plus upgrades the specs of the base G7 across the board while retaining an affordable price, and while that's fine and dandy, Motorola isn't officially bringing it to the U.S.

However, if you want the phone badly enough, you can buy an international model on Amazon and have it imported.

The phone will still work on all major carriers in the country, but it may not support every single LTE band — meaning potentially weaker connections in rural areas and large buildings. Additionally, you won't get any sort of warranty protection.

If none of that bothers you, the price is pretty good considering it's not technically sold in the country.

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Our pick

Moto G7

Still one of the best budget phones around.

For the 7th year in a row, Motorola's proven that its G series devices are some of the best out there in the budget smartphone space. The base G7 delivers a great display, trusty processor, reliable cameras, and much more for a fraction of what you'll pay for today's flagships.

Moto G7 Power ($250 at Motorola)

If battery life is your primary concern when buying a phone, the Moto G7 Power is the easy choice. With a 5,000 mAh battery, Motorola claims you can expect up to three days of use on just one charge. Add that together with a solid display, snappy processor, and a durable design, and you've got a great handset on your hands.

Moto G7 Plus ($370 at Amazon)

If your budget is bit more flexible and you'd like a slightly more premium experience, the Moto G7 Plus may be worth checking out. Its two main edges over the regular G7 include OIS with its 16MP rear camera and stereo speakers. Just make sure you're OK with the quirks that come with buying an international phone.

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