With the AI capabilities of a speedy Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 octa-core processor, you experience smoother games and videos with even more vivid graphics. It also gives you 4 GB of RAM, so you can keep multiple apps open and move effortlessly between them.
Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
48.0 MP triple camera system
Get stunning results in even the most challenging lighting with a 48.0 MP triple camera system. Take sharper, brighter pictures in low-light settings thanks to Quad Pixel technology. Capture incredible close-up details with the Macro Vision camera.
6.6" Max Vision HD+ display
Bring shows, movies, games, and video chats to life on an ultra-wide screen. The 6.6" Max Vision HD+ display features a large screen-to-body proportion, so you can see more, play more, and enjoy more.
4GB RAM + 64GB Storage Memory
Never worry about running out of space for your pictures. Google Photos gives you unlimited high-quality photo storage. Plus, with 64 GB of storage on the phone, there’s plenty of room room ofor songs, videos, and more.
Up to three-day battery
Go the whole weekend and then some without stopping to recharge. With a massive 5000 mAh battery, you get up to three days of battery life. Stream video for 20 hours. Browse your favorite websites for 17 hours. And catch up with friends on social media for 19 hours.
Never let spills or splashes get in your way. Whether you’re going for a run or taking a call in the rain, a water-repellent design3 keeps your phone protected from accidents and the elements.
With My UX, your phone works the way you want. Control it with simple gestures, customize your entertainment settings, and create a look that’s one in a million. The new My UX. It’s all you.
Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
Available user storage is less due to preloaded software, and is subject to change without notice due to software updates.
Screen images simulated. Phone UI for illustration purposes only, and subject to change.
No Sim Card Included
No SD Card included
Based on the median user tested across a mixed use profile (which includes both usage and standby time) under optimal network conditions. Actual battery performance will vary.
Water-repellent design creates a barrier to help protect against moderate exposure to water such as accidental spills, splashes or light rain. Not designed to be submersed in water, or exposed to pressurized water, or other liquids; may diminish over time. Not waterproof.
A:AnswerYes, that is what I did. Best Buy sells the G Power phones as unlocked phones and they do the activation with AT&T and the contacts, pictures, and data transfers at no extra cost and without changing your current AT&T plan. Depending on what SIM card you have on the current phone, you may have to pay Best Buy for a new SIM card ($8). Some Best Buys have better technicians than others, so before you buy, ask them if they have someone on duty that has done this before and that can do the complete turnover without messing up (it happened to me so I had to go to a second Best Buy store to complete the job!)
A:AnswerYes it will work with Verizon's network but VoLTE and wi-fi calling will not work so you need to have a decent cell connection where you are at. When I switched phones I stopped getting voice calls or they would barely go through because it was using CDMA analog signal to try to get it to my phone. The only way to enable the VoLTE (Which means the voice traffic goes over the network and not analog signals that are barely used anymore) you have to convert your prepaid account into a post paid one. I had prepaid for many years and they switched me over without a credit check or anything. I was on the unlimited plan which the post paid account was probably about $5 for the same service (I picked the cheapest unlimited plan they have). I think if you have a lot of trouble with voice calls you're going to either have to go post paid or return the phone and get something else directly from Verizon. Verizon does not allow wi-fi calling on unlocked phones. You have to buy the phone from them (a few Apple units work though) there is no other choice to get wifi calling. My mom has the extact same phone as I do but we got hers from Verizon and she has wi-fi calling and I can't enable it, Just company policy. There is a work around. Open a Google voice account and you can install the app on your phone and it will allow you to text and call through the internet and also from any device you can log into. I use it and forward my main cell number to it for the free transcripted visual voicemails. It would be a different number and when you leave your wifi zone you'll need to call them back on your regular cell. I'd say if you manage to get 2 out of 5 bars for 4 G in your house you wont have any trouble and won't have to do this. It's only if you don't get a cell signal inside the house. Those are the two major issues with voice over the internet and using an unlocked phone. Verizon should absolutely drop both policies most of our unlocked phones are totally capable of wi-fi calling. I have a decent signal at home so I luckily don't need it. You can also rent an extention which plugs into your network and expands the 4G throughout the house. I like using Google Voice. I had to learn all this the hard way as Verizon and Motorola had no idea why VoLTE wasnt working on my phone. the answer was simply it was because I was on a prepaid account. I figured it out by putting my sisters sim card in my phone and she is post paid and my VoLTE options showed up and it worked like normal. When I pointed this out to Verizon they admitted they don't allow VoLTE on prepaid accounts. We tried to activate it many different ways and it wouldn't work. Only switching my account to a post paid one made it start immediately working, Since you can't get the power 2021 at Verizon it will not support wi-fi calling at all. I might pick up a 2021 Stylus and it will have the same issue.
A:AnswerYes, CityPark75234. Our phones should work in countries where you may be traveling, though we cannot guarantee all features are supported. Please check with your mobile service provider to see if your SIM will operate. Please note that we never recommend buying a phone in one region for ongoing use in another as Motorola phones are only in warranty in the country/region in which they are intended for sale. -Jess