Beginning this week, Motorola USA is selling the Moto Z Play at a price tag of $399.99, which is a $50 off the initial price of $449.99.

The model on sale is the unlocked Moto Z Play, compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile, and not the Verizon-exclusive Moto Z Play Droid.

However, you’ll have to be quick to nab one at this price as Motorola has announced that this price cut is only valid for a month, until February 13 to be precise.

Amazon, Best Buy and B&H are also selling the device with the $50 reduction, but you’ll have to purchase it directly from Motorola if you want to take advantage of Moto Maker and design the device with a changeable back, which can cost you about $19.99 extra.

Unfortunately, the Moto Z Play still runs on Android 6 Marshmallow but its reported that an update to Nougat will most probably be arriving soon.

Seeing that this is a device that boasts two days of battery life, its $399.99 price tag seems to do it even more justice.

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