Let’s get straight down to brass tacks: the Moto G10 is just about as cheap as you can go for a mobile phone, and still have it actually work properly – it scrapes the barrel when it comes to the specs you need to run Android to a satisfactory level, and it’s worth bearing in mind right at the start that a lot of compromises have been made to hit this price point.
But oh – what a price point. This phone will cost you just £129.99 (around $180 / AU$235). It’s not quite cheap enough that you won’t miss the money leaving your bank account, but for a modern-day smartphone it’s very affordable.
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