Motorola's latest midrange offering doubles down on performance and packs a killer display, but so-so battery life and an awkward design hold this phone back.
The Moto Z4 marries a premium design and display with good-enough performance and solid battery life. It's a decent alternative to the Pixel 3a — so long as you don't need the best camera.
The Moto G7 Power may be the middle child in the family, but it also happens to be the best cheap phone in Motorola's lineup.
With solid power, great software and an inviting design, the Moto G6 is everything a budget phone should be.
The Motorola MX1200 can inexpensively help fill in Wi-Fi dead zones with the combination of reasonably good performance and an easy setup routine.
Motorola's latest modular flagship may one day take us to an exciting 5G future, but it's an old soul at heart.
The Moto E5 Play proves you can get a decent smartphone experience for less than $100, though you will need to compromise on cameras and battery life.
The Moto Z2 Force combines a shatterproof screen with an innovative collection of Moto Mods in a very slim design, but its dual cameras could be better.
The Moto X4 Android One is a great lower-cost entry point for Google's wireless service, but it makes compromises other phones don't.
The 5.5-inch Moto E4 Plus tackles one of the biggest problems with the smaller Moto E4 by delivering all-day battery life in an affordable device.
The Moto G5S Plus improves on one of our favorite bargain smartphones in several key areas, but the dual cameras could be better.
The Moto Z2 Play is an even thinner version version of Moto's fun modular phone, but it takes a hit on battery life.
Motorola’s latest budget phone offers unexpectedly good features for an insanely low price, but its battery life disappoints.
The new Motorola Moto E offers Android Lollipop, LTE speeds and a customizable design for just $150.
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