What you need to know
- The Motorola One 5G is now available for Verizon.
- It'll cost a little more than it does on AT&T, setting you back $550 as opposed to $445.
- It's also available from $22 if you opt for a 24-month plan.
You'll be able to buy the One 5G UW from today, Verizon confirmed, and as with all of Verizon's 5G phones, it'll cost you a little extra. AT&T is selling this from $445, but you'll need to shell out $550 to get this on Verizon. It's not a surprise considering that you've always paid a little more for 5G phones on Verizon's compared to other carriers, but it's still annoying.
Other than that, everything on this is the same. The quad-camera set up makes a return with a 48MP main lens, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, and two other cameras you'll pay no notice too. The Snapdragon 765 makes a return, bringing a 90Hz screen with a powerful 5, 000 mAh battery behind it. The 4GB of RAM isn't too nice compared to something like the Pixel 4a and its 6GB of RAM for a lower price, but that's the price of 5G.
As we said, Verizon's Motorola One 5G UW is available from today from $549.99 or $22.91 if you opt for a 2-year plan.
Verizon's UW tax jacks the price up on what is an otherwise decent phone. With a 90Hz display and fast performance, you may almost be tempted to overlook the one promised software update and mediocre cameras.
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