Moto G5 (5", Snapdragon 430, 3GB RAM, 16GB ROM) delivered @ Amazon (ES) - £109
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Moto G5 (5", Snapdragon 430, 3GB RAM, 16GB ROM) delivered @ Amazon (ES) - £109

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Found 22nd Mar
  • 1.4GHz Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 Processor with 16GB of Internal Storage
  • 13 Mega Pixel Rear Camera, f/2.0, auto focus, Dual-LED Flash, Auto HDR with 1080p 30fps Video. 5 Mega Pixel Front Camera, f/2.2, auto HDR
  • 5.0 inch screen with 1080x1920 pixels (401ppi), 2800 Li-Ion Removable Battery
  • External Memory Card Slot (MicroSD up to 128GB) and Fingerprint Sensor
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    After a 30 minute phone call on my g5 today I can report no deaths, injuries or accidents have occurred.
    boniek6119 m ago

    Great spec but only 16GB Internal Storage and evryone who has a android …Great spec but only 16GB Internal Storage and evryone who has a android with 16GB know is not enought.


    That's why we like android we buy a memory card and carry on.
    Use mine for a lot more than 30 mins. Must be an iPhone owner, I hear after a year their batteries only last 30 mins.
    barmrest14 m ago

    I would bet a large amount of money that there is a correlation on those …I would bet a large amount of money that there is a correlation on those variables. It doesn't need to be true for every user for it to be true for most users. Using a slow phone is only bad if it frustrates you, which it is more likely to do if you use it a lot.You might be an exception, but this will be true for most people.


    When you're in a hole it's best to stop digging.
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    good deal has 3GB RAM most of these have only 2GB UK model

    Bear in mind new Moto G6 being released next month but it will be more expensive than this
    Edited by: "cullies" 22nd Mar
    cullies19 m ago

    good deal has 3GB RAM most of these have only 2GB UK modelBear in mind new …good deal has 3GB RAM most of these have only 2GB UK modelBear in mind new Moto G6 being released next month but it will be more expensive than this



    Great spec but only 16GB Internal Storage and evryone who has a android with 16GB know is not enought.
    Can you just buy items from any country with amazon without sny issues or extra charges?
    This is same item that was £40 more expensive and got lots of heat, right? hotukdeals.com/dea…809
    A very good phone for someone who doesn't use their phone much. If you spend more than 30 mins a day on it then you'll need something else
    AdamWesleyWhittle9 m ago

    Can you just buy items from any country with amazon without sny issues or …Can you just buy items from any country with amazon without sny issues or extra charges?


    I've just bought it, signed in with normal password etc and jobs a good un. Phone translated most of the pages but if your familiar with amazon its not to difficult even in a foreign language.
    But did cost £112 with standard postage.
    barmrest5 m ago

    A very good phone for someone who doesn't use their phone much. If you …A very good phone for someone who doesn't use their phone much. If you spend more than 30 mins a day on it then you'll need something else


    I've had mine for 6 months and use quite heavily. Don't use for games or anything but I Like the clean build, and dual sim handy for holidays
    boniek6119 m ago

    Great spec but only 16GB Internal Storage and evryone who has a android …Great spec but only 16GB Internal Storage and evryone who has a android with 16GB know is not enought.


    That's why we like android we buy a memory card and carry on.
    Cold-ish, unless you value the Amazon service to pay a premium.

    You can get way better from China of course. My 17 month old Xiaomi Redmi 3S cost less, has similar specs but 32GB and near double the battery (tho lower res screen). Fab phone, although.....

    Flip side is the support - yes, we get updates, but it's just crappy MIUI skins and the underlying Android is still 6.0
    Edited by: "techno12" 22nd Mar
    is this definitely dual sim?
    barmrest19 m ago

    A very good phone for someone who doesn't use their phone much. If you …A very good phone for someone who doesn't use their phone much. If you spend more than 30 mins a day on it then you'll need something else


    Why? What happens after 30 mins? What a load of rubbish.
    After a 30 minute phone call on my g5 today I can report no deaths, injuries or accidents have occurred.
    Use mine for a lot more than 30 mins. Must be an iPhone owner, I hear after a year their batteries only last 30 mins.
    0ddball8014 m ago

    Why? What happens after 30 mins? What a load of rubbish.


    It's not that it becomes problematic after 30 mins of use it's that the speed will start to bother you after more than that tike and if you use your phone more than that then you'll likely need more apps than you can fit on a 10GB~ partition.
    barmrest14 m ago

    It's not that it becomes problematic after 30 mins of use it's that the …It's not that it becomes problematic after 30 mins of use it's that the speed will start to bother you after more than that tike and if you use your phone more than that then you'll likely need more apps than you can fit on a 10GB~ partition.


    I don't think time spent online necessarily correlates to the number of apps you have to have installed. If most of what you do is reading - eg news sites, eBay, this site etc etc - you don't need lots of apps or an up to date phone.
    M_z26 m ago

    I don't think time spent online necessarily correlates to the number of …I don't think time spent online necessarily correlates to the number of apps you have to have installed. If most of what you do is reading - eg news sites, eBay, this site etc etc - you don't need lots of apps or an up to date phone.


    I would bet a large amount of money that there is a correlation on those variables. It doesn't need to be true for every user for it to be true for most users. Using a slow phone is only bad if it frustrates you, which it is more likely to do if you use it a lot.

    You might be an exception, but this will be true for most people.
    barmrest14 m ago

    I would bet a large amount of money that there is a correlation on those …I would bet a large amount of money that there is a correlation on those variables. It doesn't need to be true for every user for it to be true for most users. Using a slow phone is only bad if it frustrates you, which it is more likely to do if you use it a lot.You might be an exception, but this will be true for most people.


    When you're in a hole it's best to stop digging.
    188 EUR = 164 gbp
    Besford1 h, 17 m ago

    When you're in a hole it's best to stop digging.


    I'm not in a hole though? I never said the phone was bad, I'm just being realistic about what it is. You're not gonna get a lot for this price, but it is good for the price it is.
    Great price for a decent phone, but I'd have to get the Plus. Bad things happen when I get phones without Gorilla Glass. Terrible things. Unspeakable.
    Where is it £109?
    £185 for me
    If it is 109 it is a good price. Really ugly phone though:(
    techno129 h, 9 m ago

    Cold-ish, unless you value the Amazon service to pay a premium.You can get …Cold-ish, unless you value the Amazon service to pay a premium.You can get way better from China of course. My 17 month old Xiaomi Redmi 3S cost less, has similar specs but 32GB and near double the battery (tho lower res screen). Fab phone, although.....Flip side is the support - yes, we get updates, but it's just crappy MIUI skins and the underlying Android is still 6.0


    I'd never trust phones with MIUI roms.
    Some really daft comments on here that aren't really helping anyone. Bought the 2gb version of this phone last week for my girlfriends mum for 129 pounds. Updated it to android 7.0 and added apps etc. Never skipped a beat in the 2/3 hours of fiddling with it. Screen and camera are fine but compared to say my S7 you need to just keep it a bit more still for a decent picture. I've noticed it doesn't have an apps button to see all your apps but I've not explored this any further (its probably just hidden away).

    Ideally we needed an easy to use phone (as its her mums first smartphone) that I could easily customise. I've hidden things like airplane mode/wifi mode (anything that would confuse her) and its left a really nice easy to use phone with Whatsapp and the apps she needs. The fingerprint button doesn't press down but you can configure this for swipe commands etc

    Certainly makes a fantastic teenager/older person phone. If I hadn't got a phone already I'd have been happy with it. Looks nice and will be even zippier with 3gb ram on offer here. To say it slows down after 30 mins is just hilarious. Only issue I had was opening the back cover, to get in the thing, it nearly took about 4 finger nails off as it was brand new. Now I've opened it a few times it is much easier and has a bit of give. I always prefer the ability to replace a battery and storage is easily upgradable with a micro SD. Well worth looking at if you need a good quality cheap handset, check out the reviews. Don't expect an 800 pound phone for nearly 100 pounds.
    Where does the £109 come from? It's actually over £160!
    Edited by: "L.F." 23rd Mar
    Freezing. Phone is worth £50 at most.

    The the lack of software support Lenovo provide for their devices is nothing short of catastrophic.
    Looks like it gets the Oreo update.
    striker337 m ago

    Freezing. Phone is worth £50 at most. The the lack of software support …Freezing. Phone is worth £50 at most. The the lack of software support Lenovo provide for their devices is nothing short of catastrophic.


    You are a classic mate LoL. You should get Apple phones and pay the extra £500 for software support and an entry into the excellent ecosystem
    Now expired? Can't see this price
    crazyshelby3 h, 38 m ago

    Some really daft comments on here that aren't really helping anyone. …Some really daft comments on here that aren't really helping anyone. Bought the 2gb version of this phone last week for my girlfriends mum for 129 pounds. Updated it to android 7.0 and added apps etc. Never skipped a beat in the 2/3 hours of fiddling with it. Screen and camera are fine but compared to say my S7 you need to just keep it a bit more still for a decent picture. I've noticed it doesn't have an apps button to see all your apps but I've not explored this any further (its probably just hidden away). Ideally we needed an easy to use phone (as its her mums first smartphone) that I could easily customise. I've hidden things like airplane mode/wifi mode (anything that would confuse her) and its left a really nice easy to use phone with Whatsapp and the apps she needs. The fingerprint button doesn't press down but you can configure this for swipe commands etcCertainly makes a fantastic teenager/older person phone. If I hadn't got a phone already I'd have been happy with it. Looks nice and will be even zippier with 3gb ram on offer here. To say it slows down after 30 mins is just hilarious. Only issue I had was opening the back cover, to get in the thing, it nearly took about 4 finger nails off as it was brand new. Now I've opened it a few times it is much easier and has a bit of give. I always prefer the ability to replace a battery and storage is easily upgradable with a micro SD. Well worth looking at if you need a good quality cheap handset, check out the reviews. Don't expect an 800 pound phone for nearly 100 pounds.


    Useful and informative comment based on actual experience. More like this and fewer one liners with no explanation would be good.
    M_z10 m ago

    Useful and informative comment based on actual experience. More like this …Useful and informative comment based on actual experience. More like this and fewer one liners with no explanation would be good.


    They constantly drive me nuts, thanks for the feedback
    for more 30 pounds isnt the Xiaomi Mi A1 much better?
    RagnaRockPT3 h, 47 m ago

    for more 30 pounds isnt the Xiaomi Mi A1 much better?


    Much faster with a better quality screen and camera but it's not a UK phone therefore if anything goes wrong your on your own.

    I bought this model for my mother and for her it's perfectly fine, however I find it to be frustratingly slow even when browsing heavy webpages on Chrome.

    I've found in general the 400 series processors are not great for heavy use and it's always worth paying a little bit more for a 6xx based phone if you can afford to.
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