CNET First Look
Here's how the Moto G4 looks with Amazon adsIf you want to knock $50 off our Editors' Choice phone for budget buyers, you'll have to tune out a few ads.
There is an easy way to get $50 off the Moto G4, it's still a member of Amazon Prime. It'll just cost, your eyeballs. Your eyeballs looking at the ad status. So, how bad is it really? Because it's sounds awful. I have an idea, let's take those Moto G4 and play Spot the ad. [MUSIC] There it is on the lock screen window notifications are present. And there it is taking up the lock screen when there aren't any notifications. But I can swipe it away so it's gone in a second. Amazon says that it will target ads based on buying behaviours but these ads won't get too personal or embarrassing if someone else buys her screen. I do get some Amazon app Preloaded on my home screen, but I can swipe to remove those and if I swipe over again to another screen, I see this other ad widget but I can delete that too. So basically, the only ad I see appear on my home screen and most of them are the size of a notification, maybe a little bit bigger. Also the ads only open when I double tap them. So they don't really bother me too, too much. I can think of a lot of other things I can get for $50. But if I wanna save some cash, this is actually a pretty decent deal. [MUSIC]