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Motorola Moto G 4G drops to $180 in Best Buy brick and mortar stores

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moto-g-4gEven before the rumor mill started churning in relation to a looming Moto X+1, Motorola organized yard sale after yard sale with its first-gen X as a protagonist. Ditto for the Moto G, and G2 whispers literally just began cranking up their volume.

But the LTE-enabled G is a different affair, in part because it’s barely a couple of months old. And in part because it’s so damn irresistible at its list price. Bottom line, we really weren’t expecting Moto G 4G promotions for at least a little while longer.

Yet Best Buy has already slashed 40 big ones off the budget champ’s original retail value, bringing it all down to a $180 tag that’s, well… is there something above irresistible? Don’t think so, but I’ll be sure to look it up.

While I figure out my linguistic conundrum, you go ahead and order a white or black stock KitKat-running 4.5-inch handheld with LTE, but keep in mind the bargain is limited to in-store pickups and you’re looking at GSM phones incompatible with Verizon, Sprint, Boost Mobile and other CDMA carriers.

100 percent worth it nevertheless, since the Moto G in question offers not only 4G speeds, but 720p screen resolution, quad-core processing power, microSD storage expansion and plenty of battery juice, thanks to a 2,070 mAh cell.

I know, I know, traveling to a BB store is a bit of an inconvenience, but this $180 beast is worth going to Antarctica and back.

Via [Best Buy]

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