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Motorola Moto G6 Play 32GB - Blue - Unlocked - Dual-SIM

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Motorola Moto G6 Play's customer reviews

4/5

1 verified review in the last 6 months.

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    Francis N.

    Reviewed in United Kingdom on 9 April 2024

    4/5
    For the price paid, this was really a good deal. minimal scratches barely visible. came with a data cable.
    Motorola Moto G6 Play 32GB - Indigo - Unlocked

    Purchased on the 7 April 2024

Renewed vs. brand new
Here’s what you help prevent on average by choosing a renewed smartphone over a brand new one.

77.3 kg of carbon

That’s like driving an old banger from London to Edinburgh and back.

6.3 oz of e-waste

That’s around the weight of a baseball.

537.1 lbs of raw materials

That's like 20 dogs digging in your yard for a week.

77,000 litres of water

That's like running a faucet for 3 days

Everything you ever wanted to know about the Motorola Moto G6 Play

Motorola Moto G6 Play Grade C 32 GB - Blue - Unlocked
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Motorola Moto G6 Play 32GB - Blue - Unlocked - Dual-SIM

  • Colour : Blue
  • Screen size (in) : 5,7
  • Storage : 32 GB
  • Memory : 3 GB
  • Model : Motorola Moto G6 Play
  • Megapixels : 13
  • OS : Android
  • Network : 4G
  • SIM card : Unlocked
  • SD Card Slot : microSDXC
  • Year of Release : 2018
  • Series : Motorola Moto
  • Foldable : No
  • SIM card : Dual-SIM
  • Product type : Refurbished
  • Double SIM : Yes
  • SAR head : 0.66
  • Brand : Motorola
  • Weight : 175 g

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