Amazon is adding two new smartphones to its “Prime exclusive” line of phones: the Alcatel A30 and the recently announced Moto G5 Plus. The two phones are sold unlocked and at a subsidized price, in exchange for displaying personalized offers and ads on the lock screen, similar to what Amazon does with lower-cost Kindle models.
The Moto G5 Plus offers a metal design, instead of the cheaper plastic typically seen on budget phones like this. Specs-wise, it’s got a 5.2-inch screen, Snapdragon 625 processor, and comes in either a 32GB model with 2GB of RAM or a 64GB version with 4GB of RAM. The G5 Plus will start at $184.99 through the program, which Amazon notes is $45 off the regular retail price.
The Alcatel A30 is the cheaper of the two new additions, costing $59.99 for Prime members ($40 off the retail price according to Amazon), with a 5-inch display, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal space.
Both phones are available to preorder today from Amazon for Prime subscribers.
Correction March 24th, 8:40AM ET: Corrected the amount of the discount on the 2GB Moto G5 Plus. It is $45, not $40.