Moto G Play (4th gen.) – Black – 16 GB – Unlocked – Prime Exclusive – with Lockscreen Offers & Ads

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Amazon Price: $149.99 (as of July 28, 2017 10:35 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Presenting Moto G Play, the phone that gives you even more of just what you like. Take pleasure in the rapid, reliable performance of a quad-core processor when you're viewing videos or playing games throughout a break. Depend on a battery that lasts all day, so you do not worry concerning lacking power. The most effective part? You only have to invest a little for a phone you'll love a great deal. Moto G Play. Amusement for all.

Customer Reviews

G4 Play is a very easy to use phone! Detailed review with pictures.

1,253 people found this helpful.
 on November 1, 2016
By Daisy S
First of all, I am picky about phones, tablets…all electronics. Being a techie type, I researched many phones before I decided to purchase this G4 Play…And after using this phone every day, all day long, I have discovered that this was the best choice of a phone for me.

This is an awesome budget phone

586 people found this helpful.
 on September 15, 2016
By J. C.
This is an awesome budget phone, I purchased this for my wife as her smartphone needs are relatively basic, after receiving the unit, I am seriously considering replacing my existing Note 4 with one of these units. You may think this sounds crazy, but this is not, here are my reasons:

The $99 Verizon Rebellion/Revolution

266 people found this helpful.
 on September 15, 2016
By C. Price
For $99, you can now get a non-VZW device, that Verizon can’t block you from using. I love it. This is the first quad-carrier, CDMA/GSM and LTE phone that is under $100. With a pretty-pure Qualcomm setup, and unlockable bootloader ($149 without ads version only), you can keep this phone going long after Motorola stops updating it. For someone on a budget, this could keep you going until 5G.

Photo tragedy averted!!

37 people found this helpful.
 on January 4, 2017
By Jon
I just got this phone. I’ve been using an IPhone 5 until now, but our family is moving overseas and I needed an unlocked phone. Did some research, and this one seemed to stand out. Things I need my phone for: 1) talking to people on the phone; 2) checking CNN.com and NFL.com; 3) reading out of print PDF books from archive; 4) taking photos of our two little girls.

Great phone for the money! Works with Tracfone!

9 people found this helpful.
 on January 7, 2017
By Tanner
This phone is absolutely excellent for $150.00 The 8 MP rear camera and 5 MP front camera are both clear, crisp quality. The 16 GB of storage is good because the android OS already takes up about 5 Gigabytes of space, so you are left with about 11 Gigabytes for apps, pictures, etc. I put an SD card in my phone because I tend to take a lot of pictures and wanted more space for apps. This phone also has 2 Gigabytes of RAM (not to be confused with storage.) This is a good amount of RAM for a budget phone. The battery lasts all day with light use, and at the end of the day I often still have about 70% left! This phone also features a stock version of Android 6.0, meaning that it has no bloatware, crapware, etc. with a possible update of Android 7.0 coming soon. I have activated this phone on Tracfone’s BYOP program with a CDMA SIM card. This phone is indeed compatible with any CDMA or GSM carrier. I would recommend this phone to anybody who wants a nice phone without spending a lot of money. Most other phones around $100-$150 dollars lag and slow down after a few months of use. This one does not.

and it was a great little phone that just suffered from not enough storage

7 people found this helpful.
 on February 7, 2017
By Chase Adams
After less than a year with a Galaxy S6, I replaced it with this phone. I had a Moto E 2nd gen before the galaxy, and it was a great little phone that just suffered from not enough storage. For some reason I never got attached to the Galaxy. It was fast, with a good screen, and good looking, but I don’t like it. It was fragile, broke the back glass easily, and it made me do everything the samsung way.

I only use for audible books and podcasts.

7 people found this helpful.
 on March 11, 2017
By Buffalo Bill
I only use it for audible books and podcasts. I wanted something with a removable battery and memory card. I use bluetooth headphones and bluetooth speaker as well. I am very pleased with the podcast app (Podcast addict) and the Audible app. Also, the larger screen than my IPOD makes typing much easier. I carry this in my fanny pack because I walk several hours a day and like to listen to podcasts or audio books. Battery life is very good because of all of the apps I have disabled. I can listen for almost twenty hours without charging which is great when I am travelling. For $99 it is a great deal. I don’t really notice the ads.

Moto G Play (4th Gen) vs BLU R1 HD (16GB)

34 people found this helpful.
 on January 21, 2017
By sminla
Instead of making this a typical review I’m instead comparing this phone to the BLU R1 HD (16 GB version) since both phones are available with Amazon offers at $50 off the list price ($99 for the Moto G, $59 for the BLU R1 HD 16 GB). Since they are otherwise similar phones (screen size same, memory size same), I’ll focus only on the differences, so that you can answer the question: “Is it worth shelling out the additional $40 for the Moto G”?