Amazon is making its Prime Exclusive lineup bigger with the addition of two new Motorola phones. The Moto Z3 Play and Moto G6 Play have been added this week, and both have cheaper price tags attached.
In recent months, the two became official as Motorola continues planning its legitimate 2018 flagship. The Moto Z3 Play debuted just a few weeks ago, and its non-Prime Exclusive variant isn’t even available yet. As for the Moto G6 Play, Motorola introduced it alongside several other budget-friendly devices in April.
The duo run the latest version of Android, and there’s nothing different about them in terms of hardware or software compared to what other retailers sell. Amazon merely includes its own apps that you might be using already.
Assuming you’re okay with some bloatware, you’ll get either phone at a discount. The Motorola Z3 Play is $499 elsewhere, but Amazon drops that to $449 if you have a Prime membership. Just $10 has been taken off the Moto G6 Play to bring it down to $189.
The online retailer will release its Prime Exclusive variants of the Moto Z3 Play and Moto G6 Play on June 29.
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