Best Buy is currently offering unrivaled Motorola Edge (2021) and Edge+ (2022) deals


It looks like Black Friday has come early for Best Buy shoppers this year, and although we can definitely understand if some of you still feel inclined to wait and see what Amazon has to offer in terms of Prime Day 2022 bargains tomorrow, there are at least a few deals available today simply looking too good to turn down.

We’re talking about Google’s deeply discounted Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, of course, but also the 5G-enabled Motorola Edge (2021) and Edge Plus (2022), both of which just so happen to be cheaper than ever before in unlocked variants with absolutely no strings attached.
Ironically, the handset’s activated cost goes up to a full seven Benjamins right now, which is also how much both Motorola and Amazon are currently charging for this reasonably powerful device with a Snapdragon 778 processor under the hood, as well as a hefty 8 gigs of RAM and 256GB internal storage space.
As its name suggests, the Motorola Edge+ (2022) is both newer and overall more impressive than its non-Plus-branded predecessor, packing an ultra-high-end Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC at a regular price of $999.99.

To our knowledge, that MSRP has never been marked down by more than $100, but Best Buy is ready to let you save no less than 210 bucks while offering a whopping 512 gigs of local digital hoarding room and unlocked support for all US wireless networks with no restrictions whatsoever.

Incredibly enough, both the ultra-affordable Edge (2021) and the considerably costlier Edge+ (2022) come with super-advanced 144Hz display refresh rate technology for a silky smooth content playing experience, although the cheaper model does sport a lower-quality LCD panel compared to its OLED-rocking “cousin.”

The 2022-released Edge Plus also features not one but two different 50MP rear-facing shooters, one of which is in charge of ultra-wide-angle snapshots, as well as a 60MP selfie camera, 4,800mAh battery capable of up to 68W charging, and two Dolby Atmos-tuned stereo speakers. Not bad for $789.99, i.e. a huge $410 under the regular price of Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra giant, for instance.


Source: phonearena.com

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