Motorola Moto Z, Only £299! (£289.01 w/code stack) with MOTOZGROUPONUK code @ Motorola
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Motorola Moto Z, Only £299! (£289.01 w/code stack) with MOTOZGROUPONUK code @ Motorola

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Found 20th May 2017
Use code: MOTOZGROUPONUK

If you add code: UKWELCOME10

Price drop down to: £289.01

gsmarena.com/mot…php
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SweeneyUK

Do you normally listen n charge at same time? When would you need to?



I do quite a bit use my phone plugged in and rigged up to a speaker via the headphone jack at the same time as the battery drains quite quickly
If this had a headphone jack I would be all over it. I know they include an adaptor, but that means you can't charge and listen at the same time.
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If this had a headphone jack I would be all over it. I know they include an adaptor, but that means you can't charge and listen at the same time.
mechanicalman

If this had a headphone jack I would be all over it. I know they include … If this had a headphone jack I would be all over it. I know they include an adaptor, but that means you can't charge and listen at the same time.



​Do you normally listen n charge at same time? When would you need to?
SweeneyUK

Do you normally listen n charge at same time? When would you need to?



I do quite a bit use my phone plugged in and rigged up to a speaker via the headphone jack at the same time as the battery drains quite quickly
margamboy

I do quite a bit use my phone plugged in and rigged up to a speaker via … I do quite a bit use my phone plugged in and rigged up to a speaker via the headphone jack at the same time as the battery drains quite quickly


How about using a wireless speaker?
Btw, anyone found any good deals for the mods yet?
Need a deal for Moto Z play. This is a pretty good deal though.
Edited by: "GeordieAffy2014" 20th May 2017
Snapdragon 820 but only 1.8Ghz..nop.. I'll pass
ukwelcome10 will give you £10 off aswell, seems that the codes stack
If you add code: UKWELCOME10

Price drop down to: £289.01
Maybe Unidays code will work aswell?
GeordieAffy2014

Maybe Unidays code will work aswell?



nope tried doesnt take anything off
SweeneyUK

Do you normally listen n charge at same time? When would you need to?


Listen to my phone at work, play podcasts and sometimes watch a bit of skygo.
almirh

nope tried doesnt take anything off


Unidays code does not work
If any of you are travelling to India on a holiday - Prices there cheaper

flipkart.com/sea…20z
vdey

If any of you are travelling to India on a holiday - Prices there … If any of you are travelling to India on a holiday - Prices there cheaperhttps://www.flipkart.com/search?q=moto%20z&sid=tyy/4io&as=on&as-show=on&otracker=start&as-pos=1_1_ic_moto%20z



​500 pounds equivalent in India. lol
Anyone figured out any more codes to stack with is? if could get it below £260 I might bite..
Been looking at these on Amazon.de a bit cheaper but couldn't convince myself to take the plunge
vdey3 h, 20 m ago

If any of you are travelling to India on a holiday - Prices there …If any of you are travelling to India on a holiday - Prices there cheaperhttps://www.flipkart.com/search?q=moto%20z&sid=tyy/4io&as=on&as-show=on&otracker=start&as-pos=1_1_ic_moto%20z


Only the inferior Moto Z Play is cheaper. The Moto Z is ~£475.
deciding whether replace my iphone 6 with this, but not sure.
Missed the deal last time... not going to do the
same mistake again.. .
how much of a upgrade from a note 4
Battery life is very poor.
7iain7

deciding whether replace my iphone 6 with this, but not sure.




I did that, two weeks later I had an iPhone again
Agharta

Battery life is very poor.



But the fast charger can give it 80% charge in 20 mins or so......and there are quite alot of electrical sockets around work or the home.
RedRain16 m ago

how much of a upgrade from a note 4


Side-by-side specs comparison: gsmarena.com/com…094
Battery on this seems a lot weaker than on the Note 4 - 53hour vs 90hour endurance rating, but the fast-charging could counter that.
Similar physical sizes, with this being ~3mm thinner: phonearena.com/pho…099
Edited by: "Crossbow" 20th May 2017
tom_g

I did that, two weeks later I had an iPhone again


cheers for the advice, think i will give this phone a miss as good a deal as it is.
Edited by: "7iain7" 20th May 2017
Would be interested if the battery was bigger. Does anyone have one? Will it stand a full day of heavy use on one charge?
markeh10 m ago

Will it stand a full day of heavy use on one charge?


Unlikely, unless you use the battery powerpack add-on (oos at present): motorola.co.uk/pro…ack
7iain7

cheers for the advice, think i will give this phone a miss as good a deal … cheers for the advice, think i will give this phone a miss as good a deal as it is.




You may be happy with it, it is a decent phone. Personally I just feel 'at home' with an iPhone.
Agharta

Battery life is very poor.



Usually 3-4 hours SoT for me, so not that poor! My Nexus 5x only managed 2 hours SoT, before it did the bootloop trick.
Crossbow

Unlikely, unless you use the battery powerpack add-on (oos at present): … Unlikely, unless you use the battery powerpack add-on (oos at present): https://www.motorola.co.uk/products/moto-mods/incipio-offgrid-power-pack



I managed to get one from Amazon the other week for £39.96 ... was going to post it on here, but it went back up to £55 as soon as I purchased.
tom_g

You may be happy with it, it is a decent phone. Personally I just feel … You may be happy with it, it is a decent phone. Personally I just feel 'at home' with an iPhone.


I'm thinking of jumping ship. Android instead of os. Love Macs and ios but the fragile screen of the iPhone has put me off. I'd broken the screen, got that replaced and since then had only problems (iphone SE). Motorola has the advantage of latest Android updates expandable memory etc.

I do quite a bit use my phone plugged in and rigged up to a speaker via … I do quite a bit use my phone plugged in and rigged up to a speaker via the headphone jack at the same time as the battery drains quite quickly



Moto Speaker Mod.
Edited by: "Darkmemento" 20th May 2017
I have this phone. I think the phone itself is excellent but on a complete tangent. It is DayDream compatible which after a poor launch has really taken off recently. The platform has a load of new very good games. Google announced yesterday that they are building a standalone headset with HTC Vive for the DayDream platform. Google also recently purchased some of the big VR studios to create content. It really looks like they are getting behind it big time now. It is excellent for watching Netflix on a VR big screen lying in bed. The recent games like Virtual Virtual reality and Edge of Light are on another level to what has gone before. If your looking for a phone and maybe also interested in an entry level price to VR this is a no brainer.
rosstheboss1972

But the fast charger can give it 80% charge in 20 mins or so......and … But the fast charger can give it 80% charge in 20 mins or so......and there are quite a lot of electrical sockets around work or the home.


A phone with poor battery life is more of a problem when you are out.
Just giving people a heads up as battery life is very important for some.
I've owned 3 Motorola phones they are extremely well made, they don't crash or break easily.The Incipio battery gives you nearly 3 that's 3 days life total with this mod.If that is a problem then I rest my case.
Motorola rule!!! Just get the Incipio battery and you should get nearly 3 days life.
RO4CHY

Just get the Incipio battery and you should get nearly 3 days life.


and a phone weighing 215g.
Bigspin

Snapdragon 820 but only 1.8Ghz..nop.. I'll pass



Speed of a flagship processor hardly matters unless you are looking to score on benchmarks etc.

Android will be super smooth on these at-least for the next 2 years coz the OS is just stock and the processor is super fast and efficient. No lags et all.
Any advice? Swap my iPhone SE for this?
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