With the big three - Samsung, Apple and Huawei - playing chicken on who can boost their prices the most, finding a smartphone that doesn't require a small bank loan is always a nice surprise.
Motorola, a company well known for its budget range of phones, clearly agrees with us on this. Its newest device, the Moto G7 cost just $299 / £239 on release, curbing the pricey phone prices we've come to expect. But getting even more affordable, you can now grab the Moto G7 for $199 in the US and the low price of £219.99 in the UK thanks to Amazon.
You might be thinking, how good can a phone be at a price that low? Well, pretty impressive actually. It's hard to see where Motorola has cut down price - the battery is mid-size and the camera isn't market leading but for its price, it easily exceeds its price point and dresses up more like a flagship device than a budget phone.
You can check out this Amazon exclusive offer below or for something a bit more advanced (and probably more expensive) check out our guide to the best mobile phone deals.
Grab this cheap Moto G7 deal
UK: Moto G7 from Amazon.co.uk | SIM-free | £219.99
The Moto G7 is currently exclusive to Amazon so you quite literally couldn't find a better deal if you tried...But, cut down by £20 from its release price and coming in way way below other smartphones with similar specs in price, finding a mobile phone deal this good is a task bordering on the impossible. Pair this phone with a cheap SIM only deal and you're absolutely laughing. The phone comes in Black or White.
US: Moto G7 from Best Buy | $199 to $299
This deal is carrier dependent, with Sprint charging just $199 for the phone when you lock into a contract. The original MSRP is $299, and that's how much AT&T is charging, while Verizon meets everyone in the middle with a $249 deal. View Deal
Want to go even cheaper on your new budget device? Check out the best Moto G6 deals below or consider Motorola's other new budget mobile - the Motorola G7 Power - that Amazon is exclusively selling as well at a lower price.