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Moto X Play - £175.00 with code at Motorola.co.uk

£175.00 @ Motorola
An old thread with this code on has been marked expired, but as of right now the code UKCRM162 still works to give £34 off the RRP of £209, making the phone £175. Still a good deal for a decent pho… Read More
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10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago
An old thread with this code on has been marked expired, but as of right now the code UKCRM162 still works to give £34 off the RRP of £209, making the phone £175.

Still a good deal for a decent phone. Best price I can find at present.

5.5 inch phone

Full HD screen (403 ppi)

Qualcomm MSM8939 Snapdragon 615 (octa core)

MEMORY Card slot microSD, up to 256 GB (dedicated slot)

2GB RAM

16GB Internal storage

21mp camera f/2.0 phase detection autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash

Video [email protected],

Secondary camera 5 MP, f/2.2

Features fast charging

3630 mAh battery (very big for this type of phone)
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#1
Is this dual sim?
#2
fish323
Is this dual sim?

No

Still waiting for mine :)
#3
I think this one is a single sim. Check the website.
1 Like #4
Motorola have never officially sold the dual SIM Moto X Play into the UK market, only the european (exluding the UK), asia and south american markets have had the dual sim as an option on this model.

If you're considering getting the Moto G4 Plus but want the compass and NFC, then this is a great alternative as it has compass, NFC and in some ways it's slightly better build and a slightly smaller chassis size even though both are the same screen size.


Edited By: spannerzone on Sep 03, 2016 23:15
1 Like #5
Weren't these £400 12 months ago?
#6
tawse57
Weren't these £400 12 months ago?


No the X play started at 280-320 depending on rom size at launch. Good phone .still running mine marshmallow and pretty capable device
#7
oos for 16 gig.
#8
will this get android n?
1 Like #9
keifling
oos for 16 gig.
shows in stock for me , you need to play around with the coiour options :)
#10
keifling
oos for 16 gig.

Only white version, not black.

Keep checking if you want white, its been in and out of stock a couple of times, the same for everything else out of stock, I had to wait a few days for the dark grey accent to come back in stock.

Edited By: 4Real2016 on Sep 04, 2016 03:33: edit
#11
huzaif
will this get android n?
Yes
1 Like #12
o maaaan another good phone without dual sim :( not good moto, not good at all !
#13
this is a great phone had mine nearly a year now with problems camera is really good
1 Like #14
fish323
Is this dual sim?
Out of interest, why is there so much interest in dual sim - how do people use this? Texts/calls on one, and internet on other? Or is this for travellers?

thanks
#15
16Gb out of stock
#16
How does the camera on this fair compared to the Sony Z3 / Z5 compact?
2 Likes #17
I live in Vietnam. The fixed internet is dire and very expensive so I do everything off 3G. when I come to the UK twice a year I use a 12GB/12 months 3 sim but I also need another sim for texts and voice. basically anyone on pay as you go who uses a lot of data will need a dual sim phone wherever they go as they will need one data onlybsim and one for voice and texts.
CrispEditor
fish323
Is this dual sim?
Out of interest, why is there so much interest in dual sim - how do people use this? Texts/calls on one, and internet on other? Or is this for travellers?
thanks
#18
CrispEditor
fish323
Is this dual sim?
Out of interest, why is there so much interest in dual sim - how do people use this? Texts/calls on one, and internet on other? Or is this for travellers?
thanks

I use mine to save me having a work phone and my personal phone on me. One phone has both my work SIM and personal SIM in it.
1 Like #19
CrispEditor
fish323
Is this dual sim?
Out of interest, why is there so much interest in dual sim - how do people use this? Texts/calls on one, and internet on other? Or is this for travellers?
thanks

Some people may have to have 2 sims- work and personal, and it's easier to carry 1 rather than 2 phones then.
#20
does it have gyro? gsmarena doesnt say
#21
Feel its time to upgrade my LG G2, but not keep up to date on phone spec's would this be much of an improvement please?
1 Like #22
dosnt have gyro so you can't use VR or cardboard major downer
#23
scorcher
does it have gyro? gsmarena doesnt say


nope no vr will work on it
1 Like #24
Can't decide between this or the Moto G4 ... 50 quid difference in it from a price perspective.

Edited By: TygerTyger on Sep 04, 2016 11:30
#25
good phone its more premium that moto g4 with better camera battery build quality and screen is fantastic but performance won't be improved over moto g4 not that you will notice
#26
Elbandito
CrispEditor
fish323
Is this dual sim?
Out of interest, why is there so much interest in dual sim - how do people use this? Texts/calls on one, and internet on other? Or is this for travellers?
thanks
Some people may have to have 2 sims- work and personal, and it's easier to carry 1 rather than 2 phones then.
Good point - but for some people, the work phone needs locking down. But I get the idea. Thanks.
#27
I picked up this phone a few months ago, it is quite a chunky **** to me, I never carry it around as my main phone (stick with my s5 and z3 compact).
However it is great as a media device with a very nice screen and very loud front speaker and rather good battery.
#28
Wastegate86
16Gb out of stock

Its only the white 16GB that is out of stock, as already stated above.

TygerTyger
Can't decide between this or the Moto G4 ... 50 quid difference in it from a price perspective.

I would put it above the G4, plenty of comparisons between this and the G4 Plus on Youtube.



Edited By: 4Real2016 on Sep 04, 2016 13:29: edit
banned#29
good price for the specs
#30
Had this phone on release - great screen, decent battery life. Only the camera - though adequate - didn't quite cut the mustard for me. A steal at this price.
#31
Mr Punch
Had this phone on release - great screen, decent battery life. Only the camera - though adequate - didn't quite cut the mustard for me. A steal at this price.

Under what conditions exactly, Low light?
#32
Horrendous screen and camera. Plus chunkyyyy. No wonder on sale
3 Likes #33
espirit77
Horrendous screen and camera. Plus chunkyyyy. No wonder on sale
The camera is excellent. You are talking nonsense.
#34
loved mine...son dropped it yesterday. gutted
#35
How is this compared to the Moto G4
#36
TRAMP_K1LL3R
How is this compared to the Moto G4

Better than the g4, but worse camera than the g4 plus. And 2gb ram, so depends on the version of g4 plus you compare it too.

It has got a great battery, and is better looking than the g4 too.

Edited By: DocRobotnik on Sep 04, 2016 22:39
#37
My wife has this phone. The build quality is weak, but stick it in a Tudia case and it's as good as any other smartphone. The battery life is excellent and the camera is a 20mp Sony which takes better pictures than my compact.
#38
breslau
My wife has this phone. The build quality is weak, but stick it in a Tudia case and it's as good as any other smartphone. The battery life is excellent and the camera is a 20mp Sony which takes better pictures than my compact.
I tend to agree. The bezel frame is prone to cracking and the paint on it is weak - had mine for just under 12 months and the paint by the USB port has chipped away and ive lost a miniscule part of the frame from wear and tear.
Whack it in a case.

4Real2016
Mr Punch
Had this phone on release - great screen, decent battery life. Only the camera - though adequate - didn't quite cut the mustard for me. A steal at this price.
Under what conditions exactly, Low light?
At Low light it does suffer, and its focus struggles too in those conditions. Pictures arent super grainy but you know you're in low light and the LED flash tends to over expose (shutter closing at the wrong time, perhaps)


Edited By: Oobie on Sep 05, 2016 00:42
1 Like #39
Come on, help me over that 500 heat mark! ;)
#40
Oobie
breslau
My wife has this phone. The build quality is weak, but stick it in a Tudia case and it's as good as any other smartphone. The battery life is excellent and the camera is a 20mp Sony which takes better pictures than my compact.
I tend to agree. The bezel frame is prone to cracking and the paint on it is weak - had mine for just under 12 months and the paint by the USB port has chipped away and ive lost a miniscule part of the frame from wear and tear.
Whack it in a case.
4Real2016
Mr Punch
Had this phone on release - great screen, decent battery life. Only the camera - though adequate - didn't quite cut the mustard for me. A steal at this price.
Under what conditions exactly, Low light?
At Low light it does suffer, and its focus struggles too in those conditions. Pictures arent super grainy but you know you're in low light and the LED flash tends to over expose (shutter closing at the wrong time, perhaps)

Have you ever tried a different camera app, one that gives you more control over its settings.

http://www.androidauthority.com/best-camera-apps-for-android-188148/

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