One of Motorola’s best 5G phones is finally available unlocked in the US

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Just in case it wasn’t already difficult enough to keep track of all the (slightly) different 5G-capable Motorola smartphones available in the US (and elsewhere), yet another such device appears to have quietly gone on sale stateside very recently.

Released on both AT&T and Verizon many months back, the non-Ace One 5G model is essentially identical to the “international” Moto G 5G Plus unveiled nearly a year ago. Still, the specs, features, and the design of this 6.7-inch phone seem to be holding up pretty well, although we’re not sure if that’s also going to be the case a few months down the line.

For the time being, you can’t do a lot better than a 90Hz IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 2520 x 1080 pixels, a Snapdragon 765 processor, 128 gigs of internal storage space, a quad rear-facing camera system headlined by a 48MP primary imaging sensor, 5,000mAh battery capacity, and a dual 16 + 8MP selfie shooter arrangement at around $400.

The same goes for B&H Photo Video, where the “Oxford Blue”-only device is merely listed as up for pre-order for now, while Best Buy doesn’t seem to be planning any launch deals… yet. 

In case you’re wondering, the unlocked Motorola One 5G apparently supports 5G speeds exclusively on T-Mobile for the time being, with 5G compatibility for AT&T’s network “coming this summer.” And yes, T-Mo’s One 5G Ace is significantly cheaper than $350, but its spec sheet is slightly inferior, with no 90Hz display refresh rate capabilities and only a grand total of four cameras in tow instead of six.

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