We’re seeing Canadian carriers listing the Moto G Plus (as Telus and Wind call it), or Moto G4 Plus (as Sasktel has dubbed it). Yes, right now, the device is only available online at Sasktel, Wind Mobile and Telus.
Sasktel is selling the Moto G4 Plus for $399.99 as prepaid, while that in contract would cost you $349.99 under 1 year, and $99.99 under 2 year one. Of course, that’s for ‘Voice and data’ contract, if you choose only voice contract, then $50 is added to 2 year contract, while $25 to one year one.
Wind Mobile has prices Moto G4 Plus at $349 on prepaid, while $199 under the $5/month plan. Under $15/month, you get the device as free.
Moto G4 Plus is surely a bit costlier at Telus, who is charging you $410 for unlocked one, while $70/month or more will set you back by $50.
That’s the 32GB variant we’re talking about at all the carriers btw. It’s coupled with 2GB RAM and Octa-core Snapdragon 617 processor. the display size of the Moto G4 Plus is 5.5, an FHD one, and it’s powered by a 3000 mAh battery.
In camera department, we’re looking at 16MP sensor at the back, coupled with 5MP in front. The device runs Android 6.0.1 out of the box.
The device is pretty good overall, and given Moto’s record on software updates, Moto G4 Plus should be receiving most timely updates — and way quicker — than other devices in its segment.
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