Moto G Fast

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  • At you can purchase Motorola Moto G Fast (XT2045, Unlocked, 32GB, Pearl White, Open Box) for only $120.00, which is 29% less than the cost in Amazon ($169.99).
  • The lowest price of Moto G Fast | 2020 | Unlocked | Made for US by Motorola | 3/32GB | 16MP Camera | White was obtained on July 31, 2021 2:13 am.
Last updated on July 31, 2021 2:13 am


  • Unlocked for the freedom to choose your carrier. Compatible with AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon networks. Sim card not included. Customers may need to contact Sprint for activation on Sprint’s network.
  • Blazing fast performance. Experience instant response to every tap, touch, and swipe with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 and 3GB RAM.
  • 16MP triple camera system. Capture the perfect shot in any situation with a Macro Vision camera for detailed closeups and an ultra-wide lens that fits 4x more in the frame.
  • 2 day battery. Get plenty of power for today and tomorrow with a 4000 mAh battery.
  • 6.4″ Max Vision HD+ display. Bring your favorite photos, movies, shows, and games to life on an ultra-wide display.
  • Water-repellent. Never let spills or splashes get in the way of using your phone.
  • Exclusive Moto Experiences. Unique features that make your smartphone easier to use.
  • Wi-Fi Hotspot Ready: Moto G Stylus offers Wi-fi hotspot connectivity in 2.4 GHz + 5 GHz for the best experience.
  • Operating System: Android 10
  • In-box: Charger, USB Cable, Guides, SIM tool

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Specification: Moto G Fast

camera-resolution 16.0 MP, 2.0 MP, 8.0 MP
Storage Capacity (GB)
lock-status Factory Unlocked
Features Proximity Sensor, Ultra Wide-Angle Camera, Accelerometer, Triple Rear Camera, Fingerprint Sensor, Fast Charging, Ambient Light Sensor, Gyro Sensor
Model Motorola Moto G
color White
Country/Region of Manufacture
contract Without Contract
Screen Size (in)
Custom Bundle No
connectivity Bluetooth, USB Type-C, 4G, Wi-Fi
Chipset Model Qualcomm Snapdragon 665
Manufacturer Warranty None
Operating System
cellular-band NA
sim-card-slot Dual SIM
Manufacturer Color
Model Number PAHN0000US, XT2045
memory-card-type microSDXC

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8 reviews for Moto G Fast

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  1. Dustin White

    Finally a phone I absolutely love!! I came from an iPhone XR and I have to say, this is much better in my opinion. I love everything about this phone from the camera quality, the responsiveness, and long battery life. No lag time or glitches like some Android’s. Also, I live in a relatively rural area and have great signal strength thanks to Motorola. Beware of Samsung if you live in a rural area! I’ve gone through several and they just don’t get service!

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  2. Whitney B

    This phone looks nice and has a huge screen. It follows through with it’s promise of going two days of moderate use on one charge. The reason for one less star is the speaker. The only output is at the bottom of the phone near the charging port, however when it’s not accidentally covered it does project sound well.Overall I think the phone is awesome and I have no regrets.Side note: make sure the case is specifically made for a Moto G Fast and not the Moto g power model. Some people were saying that the cases for Moto g power would fit the Moto g fast and I found out that is not true. (Had to send a case back)

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  3. Brandon A. Stecklein

    I am a mobile apps developer. I purchased this phone with no intention whatsoever to use it as my daily phone, put to debug Android applications. For that purpose, it works great. But as I got used to the phone, I found myself liking it more and more, to the point where I ultimately removed my SIM card from my iPhone 7 (AT&T) and am now using the Moto G Fast as my primary device.Compared to my aging iPhone 7, the battery life is great. I had almost forgotten that a smartphone could actually last the entire day without a recharge. The screen is also phenomenal at the price point. Granted, it does not get quite as bright as my iPhone 7 does (that phone actually hurts my eyes if I turn the brightness all the way up), but beyond that it’s a great screen and the phone bezels basically do not exist.Performance is great. I have noticed no slowdowns whatsoever, and I would rate it as being at least on-par with the iPhone 7. Now, the iPhone 7 is an older phone so that might not be saying a lot, but to me that phone is snappy as well. I am not doing any gaming or heavy tasks with these devices, so neither phone has slowdowns in my everyday usage.I said I do not do much phone gaming, but I did test it out on a couple of games. I installed Minecraft, which runs great on the phone. The only issue I had is that i find the larger screen size uncomfortable to hold while playing a game in landscape mode such as Minecraft. Maybe uncomfortable is not the correct word, but there are instances where I have to let go of the phone with my right hand to tap on something towards the left side of the screen. Maybe it’s just the way I hold it though, again I am not really a gamer. I also tested streaming my son’s Xbox One to the phone using the Xbox app and a bluetooth controller, and it worked without issue.Camera quality is hit or miss, possibly the only major con of the phone. If camera is your #1 concern then look elsewhere, of course if that is the case you probably are not shopping in this price range anyway. In well-lit conditions, the camera quality is about on par with my iPhone 7. In poor lighting though, pictures are not that great. It can theoretically record 4k video, but I honestly did not think that the 4k videos looked any better than the 1080p videos, so I kept the setting on 1080p.Built in storage is a weak 32mb, but unlike many “high end” models out there, you can add a Micro SD card, making the low storage basically a non-issue. I put in an old 64gb card I had lying around, and you can have the phone format your card to use it as additional internal storage.The phone charges via USB Type C, and charging seems fast enough, although I’ve really only had to charge it a few times in the week and a half I’ve had it, and I’ve done at it night time so the charge time was largely unnoticed and irrelevant. The phone also includes the illusive headphone jack, which is always welcome these days.There is almost no bloatware included with this device, just a couple of Motorola apps. It is mostly stock Android with minor Motorola customizations. I installed an AT&T SIM card and I am getting good reception and good data speeds. WiFi connectivity is also good. I have not tested out hotspot tethering yet.All in all, I am blown away by how much phone you can get now days at this price point. I was planning on upgrading to an iPhone 12, but I think I am going to stick with this cheap Motorola for the time being. For the price of a new iPhone, I could just get a brand new Motorola every single year for the next six years, at which point the iPhone would be long past due for a replacement anyway. If you are looking for a good budget phone, or even just a good phone period, I would save your money and not hesitate to get this thing. I don’t see any reason whatsoever to shell out upwards to a thousand dollars (and even more now days) on a “flagship” phone, when a sub-200 phone works perfectly fine.

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  4. petertinaf1996

    I really like the phone itself…its really nice. I only put 4 stars because the picture includes a charging brick but there was none in my box. I installed gcam and with that the camera is awesome.

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  5. cynron

    I would never buy a Motorola again it is not easy to use, it has Nags that you cannot turn off and adjustments than cannot be made. A Samsung I owned had more ability for privacy! I am now looking for a replacement phone. If you like your privacy and controlling this option, the Motorola is not for you…Big Disappoint. Up Side?: It gets good reception where other phones might not.

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  6. Aldo

    A very good Android 10 smartphone.See more

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  7. Aldo

    A very good Android 10 smartphone.See more

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  8. jeanphilippez

    Solid phone for the cost. Taptic Engine is good on this one, screen is white and bright (I like bright screens when the batter can support it). It’s not small, but it’s slimmer than my iPhone XR or 12 Pro Max and easy to hold. For a 2 year old phone (this review written in March 2021) with mid-range specs, it’s held up well. It runs the latest version of the Moto interface for Android (I’m 50/50 on that…) and connects to all Google services. Only downside? It is what it is. Camera is two years old and mid-range. Processor is OK for most non-challenging system default things, but you notice lag in the apps or delay in opening anything new or process intensive. If you like games, be ready for lag and stutter. But again – for the cost, it’s a solid phone. If you need a phone and you’ve only got $120, you can get one that’s serviceable and lets you stay connected. If that’s your bar, then the Moto Fast G makes it over.

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