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5 Best Cheap Smartphones [March, 2014]



Moto G

Moto G

The Moto G is a cheaper version of the Moto X that trades off several features like 4G LTE and a larger screen to arrive with an off contract price as low as $99 for some carriers. It won't match a $99 on contract smartphone head to head, but it is going to offer a lot to smartphone buyers on a budget.

Read: Moto G Review 

The Moto G features a 4.5-inch 720p display and uses a Snapdragon 400 processor that isn't as powerful as the Galaxy S4 or HTC One, but it is capable of delivering performance that is fast enough for casual gaming and day-to-day use. The 4G connectivity is faster than 3G on AT&T, but Verizon's 3G speeds are pretty slow which is a knock against that version. Users get 8GB of memory and a 5MP rear facing camera that can record 720P HD video. There is no expandable storage.

The Verizon Moto G is $99 off contract at Amazon. There is a Boost Mobile Moto G for $99 on Amazon as well. For users looking to buy an off contract Moto G, Amazon sells one for $179 or a 16GB model for $199.



  1. brad

    03/24/2014 at 4:03 pm

    you must be very rich to consider the iphone 5c, gs4 and htc one cheap! c’mon! the only best CHEAP smartphone is the moto g!

  2. krishna

    03/24/2014 at 11:11 pm

    If you are looking for a best deal in mobile phones then flipkart is best click on my name to know more ….

  3. longebane

    03/27/2014 at 3:27 pm

    Bro, 2 out of the 5 phones are flagship phones, that are even more expensive than a Nexus 5 (which is considered budget). How much research did you even do, to include flagship phones in a article about cheap smartphones? Oh, everything’s “cheap” when it’s subsidized, woohoo.

  4. andyroid

    04/29/2014 at 11:37 pm

    where is lenovo? undoubtedly low on price but not on performance

  5. Liam Werndly

    04/30/2014 at 7:12 am

    These phones aren’t even cheap! Do some research before publishing articles. Don’t know how you got your job…

  6. amy

    05/27/2014 at 10:16 am

    I am a low income senior eligible for a California PUC “free” phone. PUC now allows users to use their minutes on a “smartphone.” I will need data only rarely but would like to know what would be the best least-expensive smartphones available to us “welfare phone” users?
    Many thanks.

  7. Samuail

    05/29/2014 at 1:03 am

    I loved Nokia 8210 it was a very good phone, and reliable too.
    all smart phones are really social sh*t. no more talking even to the wife / kids,
    where these phones brain wash all the humans generations.
    what is the use….. watzup, bbm, and all this crap…. where is the life with this technology…

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