Moto G Plus (5th Generation) - Lunar Gray - 64 GB - Unlocked - Prime Exclusive - with Lockscreen Offers & Ads
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( stars, based on 353 reviews)
Meet the new, carrier-friendly Moto G PLUS. This phone is all about performance you won’t outgrow. It takes stunning photos thanks to an advanced 12 MP camera and along with an all-day battery, gets up to 6 hours of power in just 15 minutes of TurboPower. It also comes in a streamlined design that fits nicely in your pocket and also comes with a fingerprint scanner/sensor.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #222 in Cell Phone Accessories
- Size: 64 GB Storage + 4 GB RAM
- Color: Lunar Gray
- Brand: Motorola
- Model: 01118NAAZN
- Released on: 2017-03-31
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: .30" h x 2.91" w x 5.91" l, .34 pounds
- Fast 4G LTE speed, up to 2.0 GHz octa-core processor, 4 GB of RAM, and a bright 5.2" full HD (1080p) display ensures videos and games run smoothly and look great
- Enjoy the best of Google Android 7.0 Nougat, including Google Play Store, Google Maps, Gmail and more
- Offers and ads, including personalized deals and recommendations, display on the phone's lockscreen
- Take brilliant photos with the 12 MP HD camera or snap group shots with a 5 MP wide-angle selfie cam. Add up to 128 GB of additional storage with a microSD card
- The all-day battery includes TurboPower (TM) charging which provides up to 6 hours of use in just 15 minutes
- Unlocked and carrier-friendly, works with all major carrier networks domestically or abroad
- The fingerprint sensor instantly unlocks your phone
- Prime members get unlimited access to Prime movies and TV shows, Prime Music, storage on Prime Photos, deals, and more with a pre-installed selection of Amazon apps, including Amazon Underground where over 2,000 premium apps, games, and in-app items are 100% FREE
Most helpful customer reviews
353 of 376 people found the following review helpful.
Excellent value with minimal compromise.
By Dayna Richardson
Bought this phone (64gb version) to replace an iPhone 6s 16gb version, wanted to try Android again (tend to ping-pong Apple and Android every other generation).
The phone is incredibly fast and has lots of internal storage. The camera also has a fast shutter and takes incredible pictures when the lighting is just right. The SIM and SD card tray is a little odd until you figure out what's going on, but once you figure it out and slide the tray back in, the phone recognized both no problem. Pretty much stock Android with a few Moto quirks (twist for camera, flick for flashlight) that don't bog down the phone like Samsung software tends to do (my old Galaxy S6). Android 7.0 is its own review, but considering my last Android was 5.0, the newer features are very welcome.
Two things I'm sure people want to know:
1 - This works on T-Mobile no issues; didn't have to call anyone or anything like that, plugged in the SIM and off I went.
2 - My version is the Prime Exclusive with lock-screen ads. Basically, the difference between this and the standard version ($60 more) is twofold: mine came with Amazon's apps pre-installed on the phone, all in their own folder and the lock-screen will almost always have an ad. If you have no notifications, it will be a full screen ad which can be swiped away; if you have notifications, it will just be another notification, always below your main notifications, that can also be swiped away. These ads don't interfere with your ability to get into your phone instantly and don't interfere with notifications or checking the time.
129 of 138 people found the following review helpful.
Received phone with 64GB of Storage but only 2GB of RAM.
I received the Prime version today with allegedly 64GB of storage and 4GB of RAM. I said allegedly because upon checking the specs on the phone itself, RAM appeared at 1.8GB (i.e. 2GB). Storage was the advertised 64GB. I requested a replacement and will update my review when I receive it. I suggest people check the specs as soon as they get the phone.
Update: Received replacement, this time the 4GB RAM version. The phone is almost stock Android, which is good for me. The device is for my wife, who couldn't care less about not having NFC or wireless charging. Best bang for the buck.
150 of 165 people found the following review helpful.
No cons for me
By John aka GadgetMang
My original phone was a Nexus 5x, absolutely loved this phone and got very spoiled by the quick updates and stock Android, but only had 16 GB of storage and the Nougat update pretty much took up all the space, so sold it and tried a Zte Axon 7 mini (had a few issues and definitely no 5x in the software dept), Moto X pure (solid phone but I broke the screen) Honor 5x (work well at first but again software problems later). Now with all that said, it would be logical for me to find something that was as zippy as my Nexus with more storage and stock Android. Which brings us to the Motot G Plus an answer to my needs with a fantastic price tag, sure there are cons that some reviewers are crying about such as ads, speaker not as loud as an iPhone 7 (really??? lol) and having to tap the fingerprint twice to wake. Now these may be deal breakers for some but not I, and more focus on a phone that just got released with no major bugs, very good performance and battery life, at least in my case, I stream music during bike rides 2-4 hours, use google maps, bike app, 2-3 calls per day and still have around 70% at 10pm, and more bells and whistles such as gorgeous screen, outstanding camera (despite some other reviews who state picture quality is bad? maybe they are professional photographers or all comparing it to iPhones 7's ?).
In a nut shell this phone is perfect for budget conscious consumer who do not need 70 fps on the latest crappy shooter and is the perfect replacement for my Nexus 5x atm:)
UPDATE: Forgot to to mention that I have a Pebbles smart watch and Mpow Cheetah Bluetooth headphones, which cuts off the time when riding or running on both the Nexus 5x and Honor 5x, I thought it was just a sub-par antenna in the headphones, since it sold so cheap, but not the case, Moto G5 Plus uses Bluetooth version 4.2 and plays without any interruptions on those headphones. I also wanted to mention that I have a smartwatch connected without any issues.