Last Thursday (30), Motorola announced an important milestone in its history. Through an official post, the company, which is run by Lenovo, revealed that the Moto G line has sold 100 million units since the launch of the first model in 2013.
To celebrate this great achievement, Motorola is offering a series of discounts on several smartphones, including the Moto G7, Moto Z3 Play, Moto Z4, Motorola One Zoom and Motorola One Action models, for example.
In addition, those who buy any device included in the promotion will be able to take home a 32GB Moto G6 in "Deep Indigo" color or a Moto G6 Play for free. Unfortunately, this offer is exclusive to the United States, but below you can see the prices being offered by the manufacturer:
- Moto G7 – US $ 200 (R $ 857);
- Moto G7 Power – $ 180 (R $ 771);
- Moto G7 Play – $ 130 (R $ 557);
- Moto Z3 Play – $ 230 (R $ 985);
- Motorola One Action – $ 250 (R $ 1,071);
- Motorola One Zoom – $ 350 (R $ 1,499);
- Moto E6 – US $ 100 (R $ 428);
- Moto Z4 – US $ 400 (R $ 1,714);
- Moto G6 – $ 150 ($ 642).
Recalling that the Moto G line should gain a new member in the first quarter of this year. Information indicates that Motorola is preparing to make the Moto G Stylus official, which as its name suggests, has a stylus pen.
This device can be launched with Snapdragon 665 processor, triple rear cameras, the main one being 48MP, 4,000 mAh battery and 128GB of internal storage.
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