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Get Moto G7 Play International Model for a big Discount on Amazon

We all very well know that the Moto G7 Play is the cheapest smartphone in the Moto G7 series that was unveiled a few months ago. The users in the US can buy this entry-level device for a good deal for the unlocked variant as Amazon is offering this device directly from Motorola which is on sale for $60 off from its original $200 price tag. Few of the US retailer offers both the Deep Indigo and Gold versions.

The notable thing here is that Amazon is offering the international model on this offer which means this unlocked device will be working with all GSM networks. The international Moto G7 Play also offers its users with default Radio FM while the other US models have these features disabled. The Moto G7 Plus was launched with 6.2-inch IPS LCD 1080 x 2270 pixels display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection to save the screen from falls and scratches. Under the hood, it has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chipset with eight cores and 1.8 GHz clocking speed coupled with Adreno 509 GPU and 4GB of RAM.

The device comes with 64GB of onboard storage which can be extended further up to a maximum of 512GB with a microSD card slot. There is a 3000mAh battery on the rear which also supports 27W fast charging technology. There is a 16MP + 5MP camera setup on the rear along with a dual-LED dual-tone flash while on the front, there is a 12MP sensor on the front that can also record 2160p videos at 30 fps. The users have the option to but the smartphone in Viva Red or Deep Indigo color options.

There is a fingerprint sensor on the back of the device to enhance the security levels and also comes with many connectivity options like, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Dual 4G VoLTE, GPS, A-GPS along with other sensors which are required for the automation of the handset. The device is available from various carriers for discounted prices and please do check for the best deal before grabbing the handset. Comment in the section below if you have more queries on the same and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.

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