Motorola Moto G4 Plus 16GB SIM-Free Smartphone (Single SIM) - Black £149.99 (Exclusive to Amazon)
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Motorola Moto G4 Plus 16GB SIM-Free Smartphone (Single SIM) - Black £149.99 (Exclusive to Amazon)

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Found 1st Sep 2017
16 MP camera with laser focus
TurboPower charging
Fingerprint reader for fast unlocking
Blazingly fast octa-core processor
Pure Android experience
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Good deal for a really nice phone.
Shame it's only 2Gb of RAM
Good phone (got it myself). Paid £199 last October from Amazon.
From what I've seen, the Huawei P8 lite 2017 should beat this phone hands down and is currently the same price
See this thread on the G5 where I commented about the G4

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The G4 series has known issues with its screens - three people on the thread alone have the handset and said they had the same problem. No smoke without fire. Personally I would want to know all this before I shelled out £150
It's 119 euro on amazon.de with free delivery
Oh sorry that's a play model not plus
woldranger1 h, 44 m ago

From what I've seen, the Huawei P8 lite 2017 should beat this phone hands …From what I've seen, the Huawei P8 lite 2017 should beat this phone hands down and is currently the same price



Exactly, its all about that extra 1GB RAM.
Masteryates23 m ago

Exactly, its all about that extra 1GB RAM.


And less of the issues that seem to be plaguing the Moto G line of late
I wonder how much the Snapdragon 450 phones will be in a few months. I think it is basically the 625 but with USB C.
For the brave-hearted (i.e those who, like me, don't worry about warranties etc) a tenner less than this will get you a Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 with 5,5 FHD screen, 4GB RAM, 64Gb internal memory, 4100mAh battery, snapdragon 625 processor etc etc direct from China. Or the 3GB/32GB version for approx 40 quid less!...just a thought.
Edited by: "bellboys" 1st Sep 2017
bellboys13 h, 35 m ago

For the brave-hearted (i.e those who, like me, don't worry about …For the brave-hearted (i.e those who, like me, don't worry about warranties etc) a tenner less than this will get you a Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 with 5,5 FHD screen, 4GB RAM, 64Gb internal memory, 4100mAh battery, snapdragon 625 processor etc etc direct from China. Or the 3GB/32GB version for approx 40 quid less!...just a thought.


My Note 4X has just broken its power charge port, and I got it apart to replace the charge board but can't find the right one for love nor money.
bellboys13 h, 35 m ago

For the brave-hearted (i.e those who, like me, don't worry about …For the brave-hearted (i.e those who, like me, don't worry about warranties etc) a tenner less than this will get you a Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 with 5,5 FHD screen, 4GB RAM, 64Gb internal memory, 4100mAh battery, snapdragon 625 processor etc etc direct from China. Or the 3GB/32GB version for approx 40 quid less!...just a thought.


Is the camera any good though? I have a MI max and love it apart from the camera in low light
adamdroitwich1 h, 1 m ago

Is the camera any good though? I have a MI max and love it apart from the …Is the camera any good though? I have a MI max and love it apart from the camera in low light




Not sure about the Mi Max but certainly the Redmi Note 4 arrives with the camera pic quality set to normal so pop into the camera settings and crank it up to high quality and the camera performs much better. Certainly no iphone/S7 beater but fine unless you want to take pro quality snaps.
bellboys1st Sep

For the brave-hearted (i.e those who, like me, don't worry about …For the brave-hearted (i.e those who, like me, don't worry about warranties etc) a tenner less than this will get you a Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 with 5,5 FHD screen, 4GB RAM, 64Gb internal memory, 4100mAh battery, snapdragon 625 processor etc etc direct from China. Or the 3GB/32GB version for approx 40 quid less!...just a thought.


The 4GB Redmi Note 4 seems to be Helio and not Snapdragon 625.
Spark3 h, 11 m ago

The 4GB Redmi Note 4 seems to be Helio and not Snapdragon 625.



Spark3 h, 11 m ago

The 4GB Redmi Note 4 seems to be Helio and not Snapdragon 625.




There's a MTK (Helio) and a Qualcomm (SD625) version. The SD one is made for the Indian market and the Global version of this has all the relevant UK LTE bands covered.

aliexpress.com/ite…401
Edited by: "bellboys" 6th Sep 2017
bellboys9 h, 36 m ago

There's a MTK (Helio) and a Qualcomm (SD625) version. The SD one is made …There's a MTK (Helio) and a Qualcomm (SD625) version. The SD one is made for the Indian market and the Global version of this has all the relevant UK LTE bands covered.https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Global-Version-Xiaomi-Redmi-Note-4-Pro-Prime-4GB-64GB-International-EditioSnapdragon-625-Octa-Core-Mobile/32804354900.html?spm=2114.search0204.3.33.3RYhhr&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_1_10152_10065_10151_10068_10130_10190_10307_10303_10137_10060_10155_10154_10056_10055_10054_10059_100031_10099_10103_10102_10052_10053_10142_10107_10050_10051_10324_10325_10326_10084_10083_10080_10082_10081_10110_10111_10112_10113_10114_10179_10312_10313_10184_10314_10078_10079_10210_10073-10051,searchweb201603_20,ppcSwitch_5_ppcChannel&btsid=c2ee3422-349c-4297-bfd2-2800c2a4bcd6&algo_expid=8794fa0f-0773-4125-979e-990b3b546401-3&algo_pvid=8794fa0f-0773-4125-979e-990b3b546401



Thanks, I wouldn't want an MTK chipset gift wrapped and unfortunately it seems as though the Qualcomm version is much more difficult to come by from suppliers in the UK.
Spark1 h, 0 m ago

Thanks, I wouldn't want an MTK chipset gift wrapped and unfortunately it …Thanks, I wouldn't want an MTK chipset gift wrapped and unfortunately it seems as though the Qualcomm version is much more difficult to come by from suppliers in the UK.




Even if you could find one you would probably be paying at least a 50 quid premium. How much is a warranty worth?
bellboys4 h, 12 m ago

Even if you could find one you would probably be paying at least a 50 quid …Even if you could find one you would probably be paying at least a 50 quid premium. How much is a warranty worth?



It was more about getting it faster tbh. You can go for express options from China but they usually come at the premium of having to pay customs fees and ordering stuff from China via standard delivery can be a bit of a minefield.
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