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Moto G34 4GB RAM, 6.5” 5G, SIM Free 128GB (with member code )

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A nice offer on the Moto G34 Smartphone with 4/ 128GB from John Lewis


With a sleek look and luxurious feel, the moto g34 is designed to be powerful. Bring films, games and music to life on an immersive 6.5" HD+ 120 Hz display, or wirelessly connect your phone to an external TV or monitor to amplify your experience. Hear sound from every direction with stereo speakers and Dolby Atmos. Capture incredibly clear photos and videos with a 50MP Quad Pixel camera system, and explore your creativity with its innovative features. Protected from unexpected spills, splashes and rain with its water-repellent design, the moto g34 is smart as well as functional.

5G capability
The moto g34’s future-proofed 5G modem will enable you to still use 4G, however depending on your network provider, you'll experience incredible speeds and better quality streaming video, along with more reliable network connections when you're in crowded places - especially during peak times.

50MP Quad Pixel camera
Creative camera features turn everyday moments into glamorous images, even in low-light settings. From gorgeous portraits to extreme close-ups, the 50MP* camera system focuses fast so you can snap on the go.

And with Dual Capture, capture yourself and your subject by recording on two cameras at the same time, so your reaction can be part of the action!

*the 50MP sensor combines 4 pixels into 1 for an effective photo resolution of 12.5 MP.

Fast & responsive
Stream, chat, take photos, and stay connected with the advanced processing power of the Snapdragon 695 5G octa-core processor.

Seamless viewing & stereo sound
Listen to the clear, full sound of Dolby Atmos on powerful stereo speakers while watching your favourite shows and movies on a 6.5” HD+ 120 Hz display.

What is RAM?
RAM (Random Access Memory) is different to the permanent storage provided by hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) or memory cards in your equipment. RAM is used by your device to temporarily store data to carry out everyday operations. The more RAM your machine has, the faster you can expect it to open and run programs.

This device has 4GB of RAM.

A dream to use
Unlocking is easy thanks to the fingerprint scanner - just a touch and away you go, whilst GPS will help guide you to your destinations. With My UX, you can control your phone with simple gestures and customize your entertainment settings.

What is SIM free?
You'll receive an unlocked device, so there's no requirement to commit to any network, leaving you free to decide which SIM card/network to use. This gives you the opportunity to find the most suitable plan, whether that's contract or pay-as-you-go, throughout the lifetime of the phone.
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  1. realdeals's avatar
    Dimensity unfortunately and with minimal updates from Motorola a Snapdragon is always more favourable, any Dev that might available will be on the SD phones .
    The better SOC despite Moto's number system is in this phone and at the bottom end of the market its all about the SOC first and foremost. (edited)
  2. innocent's avatar
    Excellent find for JL members (signing up is free).
    Probably the cheapest decent eSim capable phone on the market.

    Still worth checking out if you can get it cheaper through PAW (Lenovo). (edited)
    cullies's avatar
    Moto g34 5g is £120 perks at work
  3. realdeals's avatar
    If you were posting deals they would be from dodgy pawnbrokers like the one you posted the other day.

    Dude it's obvious to me that you know very little about the modding scene. There was a time when most phones were support and that included Samsung who would have been the heaviest support upto 2013, enter the Chinese brands and the games changes as prices increases and a new layer of devices was formed in the market. DEVELOPMENT started to change as device were made harder to unlock and it started become more price specific. You need to own a phone to develope properly for a phone and as prices increased Sammy singleton had to lower his sights hence the heaviest supported by phones over the last 8 year have been Xiaomi/Redmi.( cheap/popular)

    I still have a LG G2 and the last update I did was to A10 and I can tell you this was not a well supported device, to go from stock to Custom and vice versa was a nightmare it took years to get a decent stock rom on it. Hence the update you mentioned is not even officially support by Lineage, it a Sammy singleton.

    But what is official is the G32 and not the G73 it's not supported in any manner, so being almost 2 years old that phone will be stuck on Android 14 forever when it finally arrives after the launch of Android 15 where as the G32 will have the availability of Android 15 and beyond. You see the demographics of Dev has changed and the bulk now comes out of India and no doubt the G32 is popular in that region because its cheap and it has an SD processor in it
    So there we go one of us knows what he is telling about and the other is just talking and making out his expertise is OPEN BOXES.

  4. chancooluk's avatar
    I bought one of these a bit ago for £105 from Lenovo, via PAW. It's ok, but the I thought the screen was awful. It runs at 120hz refresh, but it suffers from ghosting and smearing when scrolling.
    realdeals's avatar
    Its a moto a budget budget phone.
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