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moto g4 plus 64Gb, 4Gb RAM from £229 @ Motorola
moto g4 plus 64Gb, 4Gb RAM from £229 @ Motorola

moto g4 plus 64Gb, 4Gb RAM from £229 @ Motorola

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Apply all the vouchers from topcashback. For me it summed up to £224 plus the 5% (equal to £11.20) yet to come through cashback.

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When you consider the next model is due for release in 3 week's time you'd have thought there would be more discounts available.

And dont forget they have done nothing about the ghosting problem apart from ignore everyone and say there is no fault...

Original Poster

The cashback is £9.33

Original Poster

This makes the phone £214.67

no problems with the wifes phone. no ghosting. excellent phone for the money especially if youcan get it for £214.67. New model should be a cracker.

No problems with mine and the battery is the best I've ever had in a phone. Lasts a full day with high usage.

Worth getting 4GB of ram or stick with the 2?

Price for 2GB of RAM is £229, for 4GB its £264.

this add is a tad misleading as the price in question is not for the 64 gb phone or have i missed something?
please advise. think someone has already pointed this out. some of these adds are so wrong please do the leg work before posting. i habe waisted 2 minutes of my day looking at this so called deal.
thank lord t

You can get the 64GB 4GB RAM model for £224 - the OP has just not fully described how to get for this price. After playing around with various voucher codes I managed to get the price down to £224 - use the following Voucher codes:

TOPCASHUK1
UKWELCOME10
UKWINTER1

You can stack all 3 codes.

Ditto Stuart... Sorely tempted at this price...

This or wait for G5 in around 3 weeks time...

Or just get the zuk z2 which blows this out of the water, 820 CPU and 4gb, 5 inch screen, minus NFC and band 20. Flash the Indian ROM which is easy as pie and all for around 140 ish or less with discount codes and quidco cash back. 20 days or less delivery from Banggood. You be a fool to get this over the z2.


Edited by: "cf15" 13th Feb

csf

Or just get the zuk z2 which blows this out of the water, 820 CPU and 4gb … Or just get the zuk z2 which blows this out of the water, 820 CPU and 4gb minus NFC and band 20. Flash the Indian ROM which is easy as pie and all for around 140 ish or less with discount codes and quido cash back. 20 days or less delivery from Banggood. You be a fool to get this over the z2.


Except to get the z2 you need to be confident with flashing, as from what I'm aware it won't work straight out the box

csf

Or just get the zuk z2 which blows this out of the water, 820 CPU and 4gb … Or just get the zuk z2 which blows this out of the water, 820 CPU and 4gb minus NFC and band 20. Flash the Indian ROM which is easy as pie and all for around 140 ish or less with discount codes and quido cash back. 20 days or less delivery from Banggood. You be a fool to get this over the z2.



​Yeah, agreed. The G5 is apparently 189 euros at launch and the processor should be a bit more reliable. Still, the G imo is no longer viable at this price anymore especially in the face of brand name Asian equivalents

If you can install windows software and follow a guide, even a novice can do it. I had to follow a guide, took 10 mins. The guide is on here if not I can link to a post of mine

little_green

Except to get the z2 you need to be confident with flashing, as from what … Except to get the z2 you need to be confident with flashing, as from what I'm aware it won't work straight out the box



Edited by: "cf15" 13th Feb

Bailey210

Worth getting 4GB of ram or stick with the 2?



You can never have enough RAM on a phone. The more RAM means the more you can have open without having to reload when you switch back from another app. If you go a few years down the line, more RAM will be the difference between a developer managing to give your device the latest version of Android. If you can afford it, take the 4GB version.

also check out the Lenovo P2 same company

Fanimal

And dont forget they have done nothing about the ghosting problem apart … And dont forget they have done nothing about the ghosting problem apart from ignore everyone and say there is no fault...



​My girlfriend had this issue. Total design flaw from the sound of it. Amazon replaced it and the second one does it, just a little less severe. Their idea of fixing the issue is releasing a new phone.

bazleboy

​My girlfriend had this issue. Total design flaw from the sound of it. A … ​My girlfriend had this issue. Total design flaw from the sound of it. Amazon replaced it and the second one does it, just a little less severe. Their idea of fixing the issue is releasing a new phone.



Are you talking about a fault with the girlfriend or the phone?

stuart9787

You can get the 64GB 4GB RAM model for £224 - the OP has just not fully … You can get the 64GB 4GB RAM model for £224 - the OP has just not fully described how to get for this price. After playing around with various voucher codes I managed to get the price down to £224 - use the following Voucher codes:TOPCASHUK1UKWELCOME10UKWINTER1You can stack all 3 codes.



​thanks stuart have bought the phone 234 from moto web site

Is this quite a lot for a G4 Plus or am I just out of touch? Being that it's a mid-range handset. I appreciate not everyone will want a used phone (e.g. Sony Z5, LG G5) or a ZUK 2 or similar that needs flashing but it seems like a lot when there's so much choice?

Which one is faster? G4 plus? Lenovo p2? Huawei p9 or Samsung s6?

csf

If you can install windows software and follow a guide, even a novice can … If you can install windows software and follow a guide, even a novice can do it. I had to follow a guide, took 10 mins. The guide is on here if not I can link to a post of mine



Hi csf - I'd be grateful for that link. Cheers Xippi

frogbog

Which one is faster? G4 plus? Lenovo p2? Huawei p9 or Samsung s6?



The Huawai was £229 a week ago on 02 and is all ends up a better phone imo, not sure if the deal is still available though

nubber

also check out the Lenovo P2 same company


I'm using it right now. If battery life is important for you then this is what you should be looking at.

Which Phone is better?, the OP's Motorola?, or this Motorola instead:

hotukdeals.com/dea…282


written instructions

http://www.gizbeat.com/11283/hs-usb-qdloader-9008-how-to-unbrick-and-flash-your-zuk-z2-and-any-qualcomm-phone-with-miflash/

you tube vid

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iinsQCuZr9Q&feature=youtu.be

indian rom (use this instead of the chinese rom in the links above)

http://zukfans.eu/community/threads/z2plus-zui-2-0-093_st_16081.763/

Only issues I had was that the dev options kept on disappearing on the shop rom, had to keep tapping to get it back after exiting menus. I had to revoke usb debugging authorizations then unplug the phone and replug it back into the pc to get adb to detect it, a prompt then came up on the phone screen to allow connection

Xippi

Hi csf - I'd be grateful for that link. Cheers Xippi


Aeschylus

The Huawai was £229 a week ago on 02 and is all ends up a better phone … The Huawai was £229 a week ago on 02 and is all ends up a better phone imo, not sure if the deal is still available though



​Thanks for the help. The huawei p9 offer is not on anymore. I'm desperate to find a decent phone and it's now between the Motorola g4 or the Lenovo p2 or just keep waiting until another offer appears

I get the ghosting, happens around once every month. A quick reboot sorts the problem for me, other than that great phone.

Still waiting for my order from the previous hot deal to be delivered...

It took 4 days to go from China to Tennessee (why? so much for the environment!) and a further 2 to land at Stanstead. And that's where it's been since the 6th February!!!!

adeyb

Still waiting for my order from the previous hot deal to be … Still waiting for my order from the previous hot deal to be delivered...It took 4 days to go from China to Tennessee (why? so much for the environment!) and a further 2 to land at Stanstead. And that's where it's been since the 6th February!!!!



Probably waiting for the customs charges to be sorted if just sitting there.

csf

written … written instructionshttp://www.gizbeat.com/11283/hs-usb-qdloader-9008-how-to-unbrick-and-flash-your-zuk-z2-and-any-qualcomm-phone-with-miflash/you tube vidhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iinsQCuZr9Q&feature=youtu.beindian rom (use this instead of the chinese rom in the links above)http://zukfans.eu/community/threads/z2plus-zui-2-0-093_st_16081.763/Only issues I had was that the dev options kept on disappearing on the shop rom, had to keep tapping to get it back after exiting menus. I had to revoke usb debugging authorizations then unplug the phone and replug it back into the pc to get adb to detect it, a prompt then came up on the phone screen to allow connection


Excellent - very useful. Many thanks X)

miaas

Probably waiting for the customs charges to be sorted if just sitting … Probably waiting for the customs charges to be sorted if just sitting there.



I paid VAT on it, so they'd best not be any more charges/duty... Wouldn't surprise me though knowing our ever so officious HMRC.

bazleboy

​My girlfriend had this issue. Total design flaw from the sound of it. A … ​My girlfriend had this issue. Total design flaw from the sound of it. Amazon replaced it and the second one does it, just a little less severe. Their idea of fixing the issue is releasing a new phone.



I had this problem too, you could see the time and information bar on almost every screen (even fullscreen apps), and forget watching youtube; any graphic that stayed in the same place for more than a few seconds would then be burned-in and displayed over any other app for about 15 minutes. Turning the phone off for a few minutes, or leaving it with the screen off for about half an hour would usually get rid of any artifacts burnt-in.

Tried a hard reset, factory reset, switching 'adaptive' brightness on and off, switching from vibrant to natural display mode, nothing solved it. Even sent the phone off to Motorola for repair (postage at my own expense), and received the standard "we have identified the issue and fully repaired the phone", of course they had not, the only thing they could do was sent it off for 'repair' again (postage at my expense, again).

To be clear, I'm not bashing the phone, other than this issue it was truly exceptional at the price. I just want people to be aware that if you happen to get one of the defective handsets, immediately replace it.

mudds

This or wait for G5 in around 3 weeks time...


I would wait especially if its that close... You may like the G5 more or the Price of this will go down... either way you will be a winner!

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Motorola-Moto-Plus-SIM-Free-Smartphone/dp/B01GZZKDHI/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1487175367&sr=8-3&keywords=g4+plus

cheaper at Amazon
and its 16gb and twin sim

tmohammad

I would wait especially if its that close... You may like the G5 more or … I would wait especially if its that close... You may like the G5 more or the Price of this will go down... either way you will be a winner!


Or maybe wait until MWC in Barcelona at the end of the month and see the new NOKIA offerings.

sirmaggie

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Motorola-Moto-Plus-SIM-Free-Smartphone/dp/B01GZZKDHI/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1487175367&sr=8-3&keywords=g4+pluscheaper at Amazonand its 16gb and twin sim


thats the 2g bram variant, this has double that

I've got the 4gb version just over a month ago. I paid £224 too (plus cashback). I'm really pleased with it so far, seems quicker than my previous Z3 Compact and no bugs or issues. My only gripe is the lack of a magnetometer (compass). I haven't found the lack of NFC an issue. There are better spec Chinese sourced phones for less money but I bought it because I like the way the Moto is just vanilla Android with no bloatware. It just works, end of. It's dual SIM too, if that helps (e.g. for getting a Three PAYG SIM if going abroad).
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