Adding to the frenzy around the festive discounts on top smartphones, Lenovo-owned Motorola announced major price discounts on four smartphones from its portfolio.
When it comes to the 4 smartphones from Moto, the Moto M and Moto Z2 Play are available on both offline and online channels. The company is also offering a $50 discount on the high-end model with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, bringing its price down to $299.99. It has to be noted that the Moto Diwali special offer is valid only when you buy the devices from offline stores. If you decide to go for Verizon's offer, you'll end up paying $456 for the Moto Z2 Force over the next two years.
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If you're looking for a mid-range smartphone that won't break the bank, the Moto G5S Plus might be up your alley. You can now buy the entry-level model with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage from Motorola's website for $229.99, which is $50 off its normal retail price. The phone can be purchased in EMI too from Home Credit Finance and Bajaj Finserv. However, the price cuts are valid for a limited period of time only. The Moto G5 will come at Rs. 10,999, from Rs. 12,599 while Moto M can be bought at Rs. 12,999 from its original price of Rs. 16,999. Lastly, the Moto M is available at Rs. 12,999, after a discount of Rs. 4,000. Users will get extra Data up to 100GB.
However, the company tweeted that the Moto X4 will be available in India soon. The offer starts from October 14 and will last until October 21. A content analyst, strategist, graphic designer and a blogger.
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