Amazon Prime members can get the unlocked Moto X4 for just $200 right now

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Motorola has been trying hard of late to boost its slumping US smartphone sales, but Amazon is taking one of the company’s best deals to the next level by selling the Moto X4 for a measly $199.99.

There’s only one catch – you need a Prime membership to be able to buy the “Super Black” or “Sterling Blue” 5.2-inch handset in exchange for two cool Benjamins. On the bright side, Prime Exclusive phones no longer include ads and “sponsored screensavers.” 

You can also activate the unlocked Moto X4 on sale today with your favorite carrier, be it AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon or Google’s Project Fi, not to mention this is one of the very few mobile devices around supporting hands-free Alexa interaction right out the box.

Speaking of the “out the box” experience, the X4 should be powered by Android 8.1 Oreo on the software side of things, with official Pie goodies no doubt coming soon eventually as an over-the-air update.

Even though the Moto X4 is naturally not getting any younger, its specifications are still pretty remarkable for that discounted $200 price point. We’re talking IP68 water and dust resistance, decent Snapdragon 630 processing power, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage space, dual 12 + 8MP rear-facing cameras, a single 16MP selfie shooter, a front-mounted fingerprint scanner, and an “all-day” (allegedly) 3,000 mAh battery.

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