Moto G Play 2023 3-Day Battery Unlocked Made for US 3/32GB 16MP Camera Navy Blue

(8 customer reviews)

Original price was: $169.99.Current price is: $121.00.

Last updated on 10:34 Details
  • Carrier compatibility: AT&T: VoLTE, Verizon: VoLTE, T Mobile: VoLTE, WiFi Calling, Video Calling, Tracfone:, GSM, CDMA. Does not support: Xfinity Wireless, Spectrum, Optimum Mobile. For all carrier compatibility details – please check the product images in detail.Optical sensor resolution:13 megapixels.Maximum display resolution:HD+ (1600×720) | 269ppi .Display Type:IPS TFT LCD.Form_factor : smartphone
  • 6.5″ HD+ display. Bring your favorite content to life on a stunning ultra-wide screen.
  • Up to three-day battery. Leave your power worries behind thanks to a massive 5000mAh battery.
  • 16MP triple camera system. Capture professional-looking portraits, take extreme close-ups, and focus in the blink of an eye.
  • 32GB built-in storage. Get plenty of room for photos, movies, songs, and apps—and add up to 512GB more with a microSD card.
  • Water-repellent design. Keep your phone safe from accidental spills and splashes.
  • Fingerprint reader. Unlock your phone instantly using only your fingerprint.
  • In-box: Moto G Play (2023), 32GB Memory Unlocked, 10W Charger, USB Cable, Guides, SIM tool.
Product Dimensions

6.58 x 3.01 x 0.37 inches

Other camera features

5MP selfie camera, 13MP + 2MP triple camera

Country of Origin

China

Manufacturer

Motorola

Whats in the box

moto g play Device, SIM Tool, Charger, Guides, Type-C Cable

Battery Power Rating

5000

Color

Navy Blue

Form Factor

Smartphone

Audio Jack

3.5 mm

Human Interface Input

Touchscreen

Item Weight

7.2 ounces

Other display features

Wireless

Special features

Touchscreen, Bluetooth Enabled, Fast Charging Support, Triple Camera, Unlocked, Expandable Memory, Water Resistant, Video Calling, No Contract, Text/Messaging, Fingerprint Sensor, Smartphone, Built-In GPS, Mobile Hotspot Capability

Connectivity technologies

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

Wireless communication technologies

Cellular, Wi-Fi

RAM

3 GB

OS

Android 12.0

Item model number

XT2271-5

Date First Available

January 6, 2023

8 reviews for Moto G Play 2023 3-Day Battery Unlocked Made for US 3/32GB 16MP Camera Navy Blue

  1. Diva Dizzy Dezzi

    I just wanted a phone because I accidentally subscribed for a new SIM card. The phone is a little bigger than I like but it’s actually better than I anticipated and I’m really pleased with it’s functionality; enough memory to edit my podcast and YouTube videos. It was a good choice.

  2. J.G.

    So far so great! I’ve been using it for just 4 days. I’m very happy with the purchase. It replaces my always reliable Moto e2 from 10+ years ago… I’m one of those guys who procrastinate switching to new technologies but keep myself informed and updated, and take great care of everything I got, that’s why gadgets last many years on my hands. I’m impressed with the features and capabilities of the all new Moto G Pure 2021. The Moto G Pure has a respectable crystal clear screen size of 6.5″, good sound speaker (mono). I use it for browsing, reading, socializing, shopping, listening to music, watching videos, communication, getting info with Hey Google! and many others great useful things that make live easier and fun. For example, I pair it with my Bluetooth speaker, and use its Hotspot capability to allow my Dell laptop connects to the internet via the data plan from my service provider, all that and more for just $99.99! Nobody has to pay 10X more to have a decent, good phone nowadays. I’ll update the review and rating if something changes… UPDATE: I decided to downgrade it to 4 of 5 stars due to the low sensitivity of the WiFi signal reception. Surprisingly My Moto e2 is better at detecting weaker WiFi signals than the Moto G Pure! However it’s still a great value…

  3. Soemus Tarr

    After I lost over $26 and data/minutes, etc. from TracFone and have received no response or resolution, despite my contacting them 18 times in a 10 day period, I decided to move to a new service provider.

    I needed to get a new phone for the service as the phone I had from TracFone was locked to their service.

    I went with the Moto Pure as it was the same phone I was used to. I’m not a power user, I use my phone basically as a phone. I don’t use it to stream movies, play games or use it as a music player. This phone is pretty good for my needs and is compatible with my new service provider. It’s better than a basic phone, I have no need to spend upwards of several hundred to a thousand or more dollars to make phone calls, check emails, and do basic social media.

  4. FL home

    The phone is working perfectly and compare to expensive phones is better. I had iPhone which was hard to configure. Just go to setting and set it up with finger and face recognitions. The face recognition is little hard to recognize your face later on, but it really works. The finger recognition is always working to turn the phone on. It is a good phone.

  5. Frank Italiano

    The phone had many upgraded features from my old Moto G7. This is the first phone I’ve ever bought, I was always wheeling and dealing and was able to get new phones for free. It looks good and has good volume and a decent camera. I’ve had it for about a month, it has frozen up on me a couple of times but I don’t know if that’s the network or the actual phone. The battery charges fast and lasts all day long. Overall a good phone for a hundred dollars.

  6. Josh Cosgrove

    I purchased the Moto G Pure back in October as I have always been an Apple person and wanted to get back into using Androids. The Moto G Pure was a cheaper option with the sale and it has been a great device to use. This phone has many upsides including a big screen and long battery life. Some of the downsides however include slow screen swiping as well as a bad camera. However, for how cheap of a phone this is compared to others in the market, it is a great deal and I would recommend it to anyone looking for phone on the cheaper side.

  7. Katie

    Overall the Moto G Pure is a good phone for the money.

    I do not play games or take a lot of photos. I do not have a lot of apps installed either. I use the phone for calls, texts, navigation, browsing the interwebs, and using a few apps (amazon, ebay, offer up, banking, health care). For these purposes, the phone is more than adequate. I am VERY happy with the purchase. I was going to use this phone as a temp phone until the new iPhone SE reviews came out. I like the G Pure so much that I might just keep it long term. So, if you have a similar use case, then do not be scared of the reviews showing horrible geekbench scores for the MediaTek Helios processor. Also, the near stock Android experience with no bloatware is refreshing. I like the little moto tweaks, like chopping twice for the flashlight.

    However, there are some caveats:

    There is no 5G and no NFC. So no google pay (do you trust google?). The lack of 5G is not a deal breaker for me as my carrier charges extra for 5G anyways.

    The face unlock is unreliable (boo). I do not take selfies, so it could very well be that I am holding the phone incorrectly when trying to unlock the phone. However, I feel like an idiot moving the phone around trying to get the phone to unlock with facial recognition until the phone gives up and begs me to use fingerprint or PIN unlock. I was really hoping this feature was going to make me feel like I have a cheap iPhone. I was mistaken. This is not a deal breaker, but it is a let down.

    The storage is a pitiful 32 GB. The OS alone with the preinstalled google aps uses about half of that. So if you have/need lots of apps look elsewhere. My previous 2017 phone also had the same amount of storage but more carrier bloatware. Still, the 32 GB feels cramped for me and will definitely feel cramped for most people.

    The OS is android 11. This is already one version behind the current android 12 (at the date of purchase Feb. 2020), but the G Pure is supposed to get updated to android 12 and then that’s probably it. This is the reason that I chose the G Pure over the G Play. The G Play has a bigger battery and a more commonly targeted Qualcomm processor. But the G Play has android 10 and will only get updated to android 11. Why does Motorola makes such good phones and have such a horrible update policy? If any Motorola bots are reading this, please note that I would buy a more expensive Motorola phone AND recommend Motorola to others if this were not the case. As it stands, I expect every Motorola phone purchase to result in being abandoned before you even get your new phone in the mail.

    I know that there are more “cons” listed than “pluses”, but I think some of the “cons” would be deal breakers for a lot of people. BUT, overall I am VERY happy with the purchase for my use case and expect to sue the phone for quite some time at the moment. So if you have similar needs, then you should expect to be happy as well.

  8. Loring C

    I had to return it, turns out my cell provider they said their network uses VoLTE. so they were selling the Moto G Pure so I got this one from Amazon faster and cheaper but it did not work does not support VoLTE.
    I ended up waiting for a Moto G Pure from the provider and it works fine. Moto’s Android is a bit different than I am used to (Samsung).

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