Moto E4 gets a massive price cut on Verizon

Verizon is now selling the recently launched Moto E4 for just $69.99, which happens to a pretty substantial price cut compared to its standard retail price of $129.99. However, to avail this offer, interested buyers need to sign up with Verizon as their service provider and pick up any one of their pre-paid plans.

That said, the catch here is that since the offer is available on pre-paid plans, you always the option to switch to some other carrier as soon as the pre-paid plan’s validity is over. You won’t be bound by ay contractual obligations and always have the option to switch after the first month. Overall. we’d say it is a pretty solid deal if you’re planning on purchasing the Moto E4.

Readers are also reminded that the unlocked version of the Moto E4 will be available startingJune 30 via Motorola’s online store, along with other major e-commerce websites such as Amazon, BestBuy, Newegg, and more.

The Moto E4 is an entry-level handset which features a 5-inch IPS HD display. Under the hood, the device packs the Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor bundled with 2GB of RAM, along with 16GB of built-in storage further expandable via microSD slot.

In the photography department, the MotoE4 features an 8MP primary camera with f/2.2 aperture, autofocus, along with a LED flash. For selfies, the smartphone comes with a 5MP front-facing shooter coupled with a dedicated front flash.

The device runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat out-of-the-box with support for MOTO gestures and a few enhancements. Other key features on the Moto E4 include a fingerprint scanner along with full LTE support. While juicing up the smartphone is 2800mAh battery.

For now, color choices on Verizon are rather limited as the Big Red is only selling the Black color variant of the Moto E4. But overall, its a pretty solid deal as you can get the Moto E4 for just $69.99, which is a price cut of $60 compared to its original price of $129.99.

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