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Motorola Moto G6

The Moto G6 is a sublime value, despite its minimal drawbacks.

Motorola Moto Z3

Buy Motorola's Moto Z3 if you're looking for a well-priced Android phone on Verizon today, not for the promised 5G upgrade module.

Motorola Moto G6 Play

The Moto G6 Play has a long battery life for the cost, but smart buyers would uplevel to the Moto G6 for just a little bit more.

Motorola Moto X4

Though it can be slow at times, the Motorola Moto X4 hits all the notes for the right price, making it an even better deal now than when it launched.

Motorola Moto E5 Plus

Buy the Moto E5 Plus if you're looking for a budget phone on Cricket. Otherwise, skip it in favor of a slightly pricier Moto G6 Play or Moto G6.

Motorola Moto G5 Plus

With a long list of features you want and only a few that you don't, there is no better budget phone than Motorola's Moto G5 Plus.

Motorola Moto Z3 Play

The Moto Z3 Play's two-day battery life is great, but at its current price, it can't compete with the OnePlus 6.

Motorola Moto Z2 Force

Motorola's step-up sequel to the Moto Z2 has great features and solid design, but the competition in this price range is about to get fierce.

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Motorola Moto G4

With its big, bold screen, water-resistant design and rock-bottom price, the Moto G4 is a dazzling deal.

Motorola Moto E4

The Moto E4 is the cheapest Motorola phone but doesn't compromise too much on its amenities.

Motorola Razr 2 V8

Motorola has finally cracked it and made a slimmer Razr, with funky, easy-to-use menus, that measures just 12mm thick when shut. Our only niggles are that it lacks the solid feel of the original Razr, that the camera could be better and it could do with 3G, but we're glad to see that Motorola is finally back

Motorola Moto Z2 Play

Strong battery life, clever software and magnetic Mod add-ons make the Motorola Z2 Play a compelling midrange choice.

Motorola Defy

The Motorola Defy brings smart-phone power to those who usually sacrifice features for resilience. It lacks Android 2.2 and its processor could be faster, but as an entry-level device, it deserves a sizeable fan base.

Motorola Droid Razr Maxx Verizon Wireless

If having a superpowered battery is your priority then the Motorola Razr Maxx is the marathon-running phone you've been waiting for. But if you also value speed and style in a phone, there are slicker devices in the Android and iOS camps vying for your cash.

Motorola Rokr E1

The Rokr E1 is a generally average handset beefed up with good sound output and Apple's iTunes software. If you're an Apple fan and simply must have a phone that's compatible with iTunes, then the Rokr E1 is your only choice. But we'd suggest you take a long hard look at the new iPod nano, and consider buying that along with any other, better-equipped handset

Motorola Razr V3i

Motorola has tried to breathe new life into an old handset by beefing up a few of its features. Always a tricky thing to pull off, especially when the original was well received, Motorola hasn't achieved total success. Yes, the design is still cool, but the improvements are small in scale and we'd have liked more

Motorola Moto X Force

Butterfingers? The Motorola Moto X Force might be the phone for you, as it comes with an apparently unbreakable display.

Motorola Moto G4 Play

If you're on the hunt for an affordable phone with pretty long battery life, the Motorola Moto G4 Play deserves your attention. But the regular Moto G4 gives you even better features for just a little more cash.