Moto G Power | 3-Day Battery | Unlocked for GSM & Verizon| Made for US by Motorola | 4/64GB | 16MP Camera | 2020 | Black (Renewed)

(8 customer reviews)


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  • Compatible with Most GSM + CDMA Carriers like T-Mobile, AT&T, MetroPCS, etc. Will Also work with CDMA Carriers Such as Verizon, Sprint.
  • 6.4″ FHD+ Max Vision display, FHD+ (2300 × 1080), 399ppi, IPS 19:9, Active Area-Touch Panel: 88%
  • 64GB 4GB RAM, Qualcomm SDM665 Snapdragon 665 (11 nm), Octa-core, Adreno 610, Android 10
  • Rear Camera: 16 MP, f/1.7 + 8 MP, f/2.2 + 2 MP, f/2.2, Front Camera: 16 MP, f/2.0, 5000mAh Battery
  • 2G bands: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, CDMA 800 / 1900, 3G bands: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO, 4G LTE Bands: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 29, 30, 38, 39, 40, 41, 66, 71 – Single SIM
Product Dimensions

6 x 4 x 2 inches

Item Weight

7 ounces


1 Lithium Ion batteries required.

Date First Available

June 1, 2020



8 reviews for Moto G Power | 3-Day Battery | Unlocked for GSM & Verizon| Made for US by Motorola | 4/64GB | 16MP Camera | 2020 | Black (Renewed)

  1. Yaya

    Since I just received this phone a couple days ago it won’t be a review for reliability, but I have two other Motorola phones similar to this one, and they have been ok so far. I have service through TracFone and I bought all three of my Motorola phones at Amazon unlocked. I then bought three different SIM cards for .99 cents at TracFone., one for AT&T, one for T-Mobile, and one for Verizon for this phone, and so far whenever I travel, I’m able to get service. Great for Emergency also. This phone came with Android 10, but the second day it upgraded to Android 11. It also downloaded security patches to April 1 2021. So far my favorite phone.

  2. D. E. Reagan

    Phones are such a personal device that nearly everyone on the planet uses.
    I feel blessed being able to buy this Moto G Power after years of using a sad ZTE “Obama Phone” and a Samsung J3 Luna Pro for WiFi only. I almost bought a SIM card for the Samsung J3 as it still works well, until I compared it to the Moto G Power, then it’s pretty slow on doing everything. Still good for running Android 6.0 Marshmallow. I am keeping it for a backup WiFi only device.

    The only thing I don’t like about the Moto G Power is it makes all my other digital devices seem allot slower, even my PC. The sound on the Moto G Power is amazing and so is the display. Two features that kept me from buying the Moto G Power 2121 version. I do not use a phone camera too often to want to trade up to a better camera at the expense of better sound and display. It has always struck me odd that a phone’s camera can shoot at HD1080, but only display HD 720. Maybe I am missing something as my geek status has slipped over the years.

    In time I may find something I do not like about the Moto G Power (2020), but for now I cannot think of a single thing. I have always liked Moto’s as most of their versions give reasonable tech at a reasonable price.

    As for the ZTE “Obama phone”, I can’t wait to be 100% rid of that thing. I think the free phone is a great much needed program to always have for us poor folks to use when in need even if you’re stuck using some of the worst phones on the planet. The ZTE N817 was better than nothing, using Android 4.4.4 and 1.7 GB’s of user space. I had a tad over 500 MB’s of space left. I was afraid to add a SD card as it would probably overheat trying to read the data.
    With the Moto G Power it’s like I now have a very happy new lease on my digital life.

  3. Matty Matt

    Phones battery is awesome to say the least. When I’m super busy and not able to use it much the battery has lasted about 2 1/2 days. Charged from dead to 75 in about an hour an a half
    The cameras are awesome. Only gripe is at the night the shots can be a little pixelated.
    The os is really nice and fast, not a whole lot of clutter.
    Plenty of storage for all my music and games.
    The customizability of the phone is nice too, option in developer options to change the shape of your icons, color of your headers and the font.
    And last but not least, apparently the g power (2020) and g8 power are pretty much the same phone. Same specs, has the same 4g bands. I only say this cause I ordered the g8 power and got sent the g power. Oh well.

  4. Amazon Customer

    The condition of the phone is good physically. The phone is fairly slow and has Verizon’s bloat ware on it still. The service is also impeaded by Verizon I believe when using TMobile. My calling service is terrible in comparison to the unlocked version of the 2020 Moto G Power I replaced with this. Go spend your money else where.

  5. Dick Tenerelli

    I’ve had my own 64G Moto G Power for years, and my spouse also has one. When my mother-in-law wrecked her phone, we searched for something with a reasonable price and found this Moto G available — for roughly 25% of what we paid for our current phones. We took it out of the packaging, and it looked as good as new, complete with its own charger. Took it over to our carrier, and in about five minutes we were done. Because mom-in-law allowed her old phone to do backups, a few hours later she was fully back in business. The next time I need to replace my own phone, I will probably look for a “renewed” phone.

  6. Germaine Tibbs

    Purchased this device for my son this is his first cell phone , he loves it the battery life is great the phone have dual speakers it’s loud enough it fits me and my son needs it was a great value for the money I recommend this device to anyone who just need to keep in touch with their kids u can video chat with Google duo and the audio quality is great

  7. Nan

    I was looking for a phone last minute because my old phone suddenly died. I wanted a phone with a larger battery capacity as my old phones always needed to be recharged. This phone can last up to three days.. Amazing! But if you’re constable using your phone and/or if you have apps which drain the battery it will be less. So far I am able to get a full day on a full charge so I’m still happy. The phone isn’t as fancy as others and probably has less memory but isn’t too bad. Overall I am happy with this phone even after several months now

  8. Mariza P. Muniz

    Yes, the battery life is amazing – I listen to music all day, read emails and surf the web and by the end of the day I still have more than 50% of battery life left! I don’t use the fingerprint reader or face recognition, so I can’t comment on those – but the phone is really great in all other areas and has a really fast processing time so I can’t imagine that those wouldn’t work just as well! It uses a nano-sim and micro-sd which I’ve included in my pics as I didn’t find or see this info easily when I was looking to purchase. I bought it ‘Renewed’ but it looks New and works like new and I’m not at all sorry I did! Aside from the $45 that I saved, it comes with a 90 day Amazon warranty and I registered it with Motorola online where I have a 1 year warranty now! The only area that I see it lacking is in the choices of ring tones and whether or not you want your text messages and emails to have different notifications and sounds… it kinda’ lumps them altogether with the phone ring setting. But I don’t feel this is really a big deal for everything else that you get with this phone! The cameras are awesome and the video as well… For under $200 and in some cases under $250, you can’t go wrong with this phone! It was ranked #5 out of hundreds of cell phones and accessories which is what swayed me into the purchase and now I see why!

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