Motorola’s Moto G phones are among the most popular budget Android phones in the UK, and now there are four new models available in the series. Here, we bring you the best Moto G7 deals to help you get your hands on one for the best price.

Motorola has unveiled four new budget Android phones: the Moto G7 Play, Moto G7 Power, Moto G7 and Moto G7 Plus.

Most powerful is the Moto G7 Plus, which comes complete with an improved 16Mp camera. The Moto G7 is 50% faster than its predecessor according to Motorola, and comes with a 6.2in screen. The G7 Power is designed with battery life in mind, allegedly able to last up to 60 hours on one charge, while the G7 Play is the cheapest of the lot but still offers improvements over the G6 Play of last year.

You can find out more about the new features and specs in our Moto G7 news round-up. And don't forget to pick up a case for it either – here are some of the best ones.

Moto G7 prices

Here’s a breakdown of the prices of all four Moto G7 phones in the UK:

  • Moto G7 Play - £149
  • Moto G7 Power - £179
  • Moto G7 - £239 (Amazon exclusive)
  • Moto G7 Plus - £269

Where to buy the Moto G7

Most models in the Moto G7 range has reasonably limited purchasing options, and each phone’s availability is different. They’ll all be available to buy from 1 March, but from the following differing retailers in the UK:

Moto G7 Plus: Carphone Warehouse and EE

Moto G7: Amazon

Moto G7 Power: Carphone Warehouse, Vodafone, Tesco and other participating resellers

Moto G7 Play: Vodafone, Tesco, John Lewis and other participating resellers

Best Moto G7 deals

We’ll bring you all of the best prices on the Moto G7 right here. At time of writing, we haven’t managed to find the new phone pricing available on any participating retailers, but we expect that to change as we near the 1 March release date.

Expect to be able to buy the phones outright and SIM-free from the likes of Amazon, Carphone Warehouse and John Lewis where applicable, but also on contract from networks including EE and Vodafone as outlined above.

We expect you’ll find some brilliantly cheap contract offers available, with tiny upfront costs (and in some cases no upfront cost at all) and low monthly prices that tend to be under £20.