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Moto G4 Play 16GB White/Black PAYG Upgrade on Vodafone £89.99 @ CPW

£89.99 @ Carphone Warehouse
Note this is the Play version, lowest I've seen it to date. OS - Android 6.0.1, Marshmallow Processor - 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core, 450 MHz Adreno 306 GPU RAM - 1 GB Memory … Read More
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Note this is the Play version, lowest I've seen it to date.

OS - Android 6.0.1, Marshmallow

Processor - 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core, 450 MHz Adreno 306 GPU

RAM - 1 GB

Memory - 16 GB, up to 128 GB microSD Card

Display - 5.0" 720p (1280x720) 294 ppi

Battery - 2800 mAh (Removable)

Rear Camera - 8 MP

Front Camera - 5 MP

Sensors - NFC - GPS - Proximity - Ambient Light - Accelerometer
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Cold! This is 2016! 1gb does not cut it! for £90 not worth it!

Spend only £10 more and you get 2gb ram and a 1080p display, for the Ultra 6

Sorry

If this was the proper 2gb ram version it would be worth it!

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3 Likes #1
what's the difference? bloody Chinese companies want to satisfy everyone making a one good thing into a billion different things
3 Likes #2
1gb of RAM and 8mp are the bad points :(

Apart from that £89.99 UK supplied and will get Android 7 :)

Nice find OP :)
2 Likes #3
cikki100
what's the difference? bloody Chinese companies want to satisfy everyone making a one good thing into a billion different things

http://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=7247&idPhone2=8104&idPhone3=8103

This is more similar to the g3 than the proper g4, though less waterproof, at least the battery is bigger. Has NFC which is a step apart.
20 Likes #4
Cold! This is 2016! 1gb does not cut it! for £90 not worth it!

Spend only £10 more and you get 2gb ram and a 1080p display, for the Ultra 6

Sorry

If this was the proper 2gb ram version it would be worth it!
1 Like #5
Do not use Vodafone. They are the worst company I have ever had the misfortune to deal with.
1 Like #6
MarioMan
Cold! This is 2016! 1gb does not cut it! for £90 not worth it!
Spend only £10 more and you get 2gb ram and a 1080p display, for the Ultra 6
Sorry
If this was the proper 2gb ram version it would be worth it!
Maybe people who are looking at a 5 inch phone want a 5 inch phone not a 5.5 inch one?
4 Likes #7
1gb in an android phone! Oh my god I would rather eat my own toe nails.
2 Likes #8
Amazon list this as 2GB RAM, but I spotted a review on there from somebody that sent theirs back due to it only including 1GB.

I don't understand why the UK version is limited to 1GB RAM, while everywhere else in the world gets the 2GB RAM version. Odd decision from Lenovo.
1 Like #9
Yes, absolutely. I am still yet to get my refund for my cancelled prepaid order. Waiting for the last 6 months, worst company to deal with.

iskillz
Do not use Vodafone. They are the worst company I have ever had the misfortune to deal with.
4 Likes #10
londonstinks
1gb in an android phone! Oh my god I would rather eat my own toe nails.
We'll all chip in for a youtube vid of that...:|
#11
Hondo
londonstinks
1gb in an android phone! Oh my god I would rather eat my own toe nails.
We'll all chip in for a youtube vid of that...:|
I will even donate so you can buy the phone and record it using the phone's camera ;)
1 Like #12
Treboeth
1gb of RAM and 8mp are the bad points :(
Apart from that £89.99 UK supplied and will get Android 7 :)
Nice find OP :)
That is not just bad, that is terrible.

Does Android 7 even run on 1GB of RAM?
2 Likes #13
tsktsk123
Yes, absolutely. I am still yet to get my refund for my cancelled prepaid order. Waiting for the last 6 months, worst company to deal with.


While I can sympathise with both of you (I've had my fair share of trouble with Vodafone), it isn't really relevant to this deal, which is from Carphone Warehouse and for people already using a Vodafone Pay As You Go SIM. Buying this wouldn't tie anybody into a contract with Vodafone.
#14
Got a vodafone 6 ultra and its been great ....admittedly cost £105....but totally solid ...bit like his toenails.....;)
#15
Is this the replacement for the Moto E ??

or are they going to replace that as well to confuse things further?. Only 1GB ram is a let down

Still good value. Hot


Edited By: cullies on Sep 06, 2016 09:22: s
#16
chancooluk
tsktsk123
Yes, absolutely. I am still yet to get my refund for my cancelled prepaid order. Waiting for the last 6 months, worst company to deal with.
While I can sympathise with both of you (I've had my fair share of trouble with Vodafone), it isn't really relevant to this deal, which is from Carphone Warehouse and for people already using a Vodafone Pay As You Go SIM. Buying this wouldn't tie anybody into a contract with Vodafone.

What he said, its a Carphone Warehouse deal and will be SIM free and unlocked.

FYI - Its also available on o2 but its £10 more.
1 Like #17
cullies
Is this the replacement for the Moto E ??
or are they going to replace that as well to confuse things further?. Only 1GB ram is a let down
Still good value. Hot

No the replacement for that is the Moto E 3rd gen.

A 1gb phone is not good value at this price
#18
cullies
Is this the replacement for the Moto E ??

or are they going to replace that as well to confuse things further?. Only 1GB ram is a let down

Still good value. Hot

Edited By: cullies on Sep 06, 2016 09:22: s

No the Moto E3 should be out this month. It is almost identical to the Moto G4 Play, except it uses a Mediatek chipset and is limited to 8GB Storage.

Edited By: chancooluk on Sep 06, 2016 15:16: corrected
1 Like #19
Just noticed this has a removable battery, very strange this has removable battery and nfc but the G4 and G4 Plus don't :|
#20
I voted hot and then realised its only 1GB Ram. oO
#21
MrPuddington
Treboeth
1gb of RAM and 8mp are the bad points :(
Apart from that £89.99 UK supplied and will get Android 7 :)
Nice find OP :)
That is not just bad, that is terrible.

Does Android 7 even run on 1GB of RAM?


it does yes. I wouldn't buy a phone with 1gb ram. might be fine for others though
#22
Are Lenovo going down the Panasonic / Vestel route with this odd model?
#23
4Real2016
Just noticed this has a removable battery, very strange this has removable battery and nfc but the G4 and G4 Plus don't :|
If all Motorola Motos had NFC, removable battery, 2gb Ram, 16Gb internal, compass, decent camera they surely would have a winner.
They are getting there!
#24
cold! poor hardware specs
1 Like #25
cullies
If all Motorola Motos had NFC, removable battery, 2gb Ram, 16Gb internal, compass, decent camera they surely would have a winner.

They are getting there!

Yes, but you can only have all the features if you buy four separate models. Maybe that's what they are hoping for; split the best features across the line up in the hope that everybody will buy 4 smartphones instead of one.

I would have thought it should be cheaper for them just to manufacture one Moto G with all the best features, rather than manufacturing a bunch of crippled handsets.

I predict 16 different Moto G's for 2017, similar to Asus with its ridiculous ZenFone 2 line up.
1 Like #26
I have bought 3 Moto G phones so far, So am on board with this brand. However I strongly suggest you should buy last years Moto G3 over this model. Because;
1 - G3 Has a better camera (16m/p)
2 - G3 has a better CPU (Quad-core 1.4)
3 - G3 is water proof (IPX7 certified - water resistant up to 1 meter and 30 minutes)
4 - G3 is approx the same price !

The only improved feature is the inclusion of NFC, and if you don't know what that is, its not worth the mistake of buying this phone. Also if you buy a phone this year. Make sure it has at least 16gb internal memeory, if you intend to install more than 4 apps, not already included on your phone.
#27
having a waterproof mobile with removable battery is probably impossible?

Edited By: cullies on Sep 06, 2016 13:41
2 Likes #28
chillwithphill

. Make sure it has at least 16gb internal memeory, if you intend to install more than 4 apps, not already included on your phone.

I have an 8gb moto G and just as a lunch time exercise, and because I'm curious I will look at the apps and size left in my HD. (and I'm just looking at my screens so I might miss some, but probably not)

Apps installed (marshmallow fyi)

Facebook,
gmail,
flashscores,
flipboard,
fantasy premier league
messanger
dropbox
drive
google keep
Google calendar
google maps
Youtube
a calendar widget I downloaded,
Just eat
Nova
Tesco mobile
Google rewards,
whatsapp

then the usual stuff like google play store etc etc.

With that installed and marshmallow I have 1.39gb remaining. (the o/s takes up 3.46gb)

the above gives you an indication of what 8gb can hold. Ignoring the fact that marshmallow can allow you to use you memory card internal storage although I have not tried that so cant say how good it is.

8gb probably isn't big enough but its fine for some people and although I will go for bigger in my next phone, its not causing me any issues yet.
1 Like #29
I think the Moto E3 Power (XT-1706) will be a better buy for around the same price (if it comes to the UK, already available in Hong Kong):
5" screen
1280 X 720
MediaTek MTK6735p
2GB RAM
16GB
3500 mAh battery
8MP & 5MP camera
#30
chillwithphill
I have bought 3 Moto G phones so far, So am on board with this brand. However I strongly suggest you should buy last years Moto G3 over this model. Because;
1 - G3 Has a better camera (16m/p)
2 - G3 has a better CPU (Quad-core 1.4)
3 - G3 is water proof (IPX7 certified - water resistant up to 1 meter and 30 minutes)
4 - G3 is approx the same price !
The only improved feature is the inclusion of NFC, and if you don't know what that is, its not worth the mistake of buying this phone. Also if you buy a phone this year. Make sure it has at least 16gb internal memeory, if you intend to install more than 4 apps, not already included on your phone.

2) it's the same processor. It was underclocked to the same speed on G3 according to several reviews i read.
4) g3 fair bit more than this with 16gb storage and 2 GB ram except when Moto had their code stacking mistake
#31
chillwithphill
I have bought 3 Moto G phones so far, So am on board with this brand. However I strongly suggest you should buy last years Moto G3 over this model. Because;
1 - G3 Has a better camera (16m/p)
2 - G3 has a better CPU (Quad-core 1.4)
3 - G3 is water proof (IPX7 certified - water resistant up to 1 meter and 30 minutes)
4 - G3 is approx the same price !
The only improved feature is the inclusion of NFC, and if you don't know what that is, its not worth the mistake of buying this phone. Also if you buy a phone this year. Make sure it has at least 16gb internal memeory, if you intend to install more than 4 apps, not already included on your phone.

Cheapest 16GB Moto G 3rd Gen is £119.

ibblackberry1
chillwithphill

. Make sure it has at least 16gb internal memeory, if you intend to install more than 4 apps, not already included on your phone.
I have an 8gb moto G and just as a lunch time exercise, and because I'm curious I will look at the apps and size left in my HD. (and I'm just looking at my screens so I might miss some, but probably not)
Apps installed (marshmallow fyi)
Facebook,
gmail,
flashscores,
flipboard,
fantasy premier league
messanger
dropbox
drive
google keep
Google calendar
google maps
Youtube
a calendar widget I downloaded,
Just eat
Nova
Tesco mobile
Google rewards,
whatsapp
then the usual stuff like google play store etc etc.
With that installed and marshmallow I have 1.39gb remaining. (the o/s takes up 3.46gb)
the above gives you an indication of what 8gb can hold. Ignoring the fact that marshmallow can allow you to use you memory card internal storage although I have not tried that so cant say how good it is.
8gb probably isn't big enough but its fine for some people and although I will go for bigger in my next phone, its not causing me any issues yet.

Solid state memory takes a hit in performance once you fill it past a certain percentage, its another reason not to get 8GB device.

Marshmallows adoptable storage is great until your SD card fails and you have to reset your phone.

Edited By: 4Real2016 on Sep 06, 2016 14:39
#32
ibblackberry1
chillwithphill

. Make sure it has at least 16gb internal memeory, if you intend to install more than 4 apps, not already included on your phone.

I have an 8gb moto G and just as a lunch time exercise, and because I'm curious I will look at the apps and size left in my HD. (and I'm just looking at my screens so I might miss some, but probably not)

Apps installed (marshmallow fyi)

Facebook,
gmail,
flashscores,
flipboard,
fantasy premier league
messanger
dropbox
drive
google keep
Google calendar
google maps
Youtube
a calendar widget I downloaded,
Just eat
Nova
Tesco mobile
Google rewards,
whatsapp

then the usual stuff like google play store etc etc.

With that installed and marshmallow I have 1.39gb remaining. (the o/s takes up 3.46gb)

the above gives you an indication of what 8gb can hold. Ignoring the fact that marshmallow can allow you to use you memory card internal storage although I have not tried that so cant say how good it is.

8gb probably isn't big enough but its fine for some people and although I will go for bigger in my next phone, its not causing me any issues yet.





8gb fine for me had my moto g 8 months with custom os installed no google play don't need it have all apps I need kodi whatsapp eBay hotukdeals email

I have 2.5 GB spare for photos when needed.

great deal
#33
cullies
having a waterproof mobile with removable battery is probably impossible?

Well it's been done before Samsung S5 sold quite a few
#34
DaveK73
I think the Moto E3 Power (XT-1706) will be a better buy for around the same price (if it comes to the UK, already available in Hong Kong):

5" screen

1280 X 720

MediaTek MTK6735p

2GB RAM

16GB

3500 mAh battery

8MP & 5MP camera

Lenovo have no plans to bring the E3 Power to the UK, we are just getting the bog standard version.
#35
this doesn't have nfc as far as I am aware
#36
uplank
this doesn't have nfc as far as I am aware

The Moto G4 Play (the handset in this deal) does have NFC, the normal G4 and G4 Plus do not feature NFC though, despite otherwise including better specs.
#37
uplank
this doesn't have nfc as far as I am aware

That would mean I'm as silly as you to post without checking first oO
#38
chillwithphill
I have bought 3 Moto G phones so far, So am on board with this brand. However I strongly suggest you should buy last years Moto G3 over this model. Because;
1 - G3 Has a better camera (16m/p)
2 - G3 has a better CPU (Quad-core 1.4)
3 - G3 is water proof (IPX7 certified - water resistant up to 1 meter and 30 minutes)
4 - G3 is approx the same price !
The only improved feature is the inclusion of NFC, and if you don't know what that is, its not worth the mistake of buying this phone. Also if you buy a phone this year. Make sure it has at least 16gb internal memeory, if you intend to install more than 4 apps, not already included on your phone.

The G3 actually only had a 13mp camera. Also, megapixels aren't a good measure of a camera's quality.

Admittedly though, the G3's camera was brilliant considering the price, and I have no idea whether the camera on this G4 Play is actually any better or not.
#39
DJW12


The G3 actually only had a 13mp camera. Also, megapixels aren't a good measure of a camera's quality.

Admittedly though, the G3's camera was brilliant considering the price, and I have no idea whether the camera on this G4 Play is actually any better or not.
DJW12


The G3 actually only had a 13mp camera. Also, megapixels aren't a good measure of a camera's quality.

Admittedly though, the G3's camera was brilliant considering the price, and I have no idea whether the camera on this G4 Play is actually any better or not.

The camera isn't quite as good as the Moto G 3rd, although it is very similar. Photos generally look the same when zoomed out, but are less detailed when zooming in. Low light photos aren't great on the G4 Play either, but are only slightly worse than the 3rd and G4.
#40
chancooluk
uplank
this doesn't have nfc as far as I am aware

The Moto G4 Play (the handset in this deal) does have NFC, the normal G4 and G4 Plus do not feature NFC though, despite otherwise including better specs.


the only place i can see that suggests it does have it is on the car phone warehouse site. can't see it mentioned on the motorola site

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