Why pay $700 for a smartphone? Amazon has the new Moto G7 on sale for just $200

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Save up 20 percent on Moto G7. (Photo: Amazon/Yahoo Lifestyle)
Save up 20 percent on Moto G7. (Photo: Amazon/Yahoo Lifestyle)

The iPhone 11 is on sale for $699 — yikes. Maybe now’s the time to make the switch from Apple to Android for a phone that can pretty much do the same things at a much lower price.

The new Moto G7, on sale for only $200 (down from $250).

Equipped with 4GB of memory and 64GB of storage, the Moto G7 features a 6.2-inch full HD display that’s super-sharp and bright. It also runs Android 9 “Pie” out-of-the-box.

This Android smartphone features a 12-megapixel rear shooter (the same as the iPhone 11) with an 8-megapixel front-facing camera for video calls and selfies. For security, the Moto G7 has facial recognition and a fingerprint sensor on its back.

This is a Prime exclusive smartphone, so it features built-in Alexa and also comes with Amazon apps, such as Amazon Shopping, Amazon Music and Audible.

If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you should seriously consider the Moto G7—especially at a fraction of the cost of an iPhone 11.

“I always flip back and forth from Android to iPhone,” wrote a five-star Amazon reviewer. “This phone is worth every penny. It is really fast, the screen size is great and picture quality is amazing...The 4GB of RAM really makes a difference performance-wise and the battery lasted me a day and a half before charging. Call quality is clear and crisp. The speaker sounds pretty good when I play Pandora. Overall I recommend.”

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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