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    Identifying your Motorola One for Trade-in

    Launching in August 2018, the Motorola One was a mid-tier smartphone running on the slick Android One operating system software. The One you’re selling looks remarkably like the iPhone X, with the screen coving most the front of the phone and the camera and speaker in a notch coming down from the top. The 5.9 inch screen does not make it all the way to the bottom however, they squeezed in the Motorola logo here.

    The rear of the Motorola One you’re selling has a dual 2MP / 13MP camera positioned in the top left with the flash in between both lenses. The Motorola ‘M’ logo is on the back, just above the Android One logo.

    The Motorola One you’re trading in only comes in a 64GB storage capacity so there is no filtering to find the right trade-in price there. Just make sure you remove any expandable storage and SIM cards before you post your One to the buyback store.

    What to do before you sell your device

    • Backup your data/photos/settings
    • Perform a factory reset in settings
    • Remove iCloud from your device
    • Remove cases/SD cards/accessories
    • Give your device a quick clean
    Motorola One Key Features
    • Brand Motorola
    • Release Date October 2018
    • Security Rear mounted fingerprint scanner
    • Weight 162g / 5.71oz
    • Battery 3000mAh Li-Ion
    • Alternate Names Motorola P30 Play
    • Carriers AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile etc.
    • Camera (Front) 8 MP (Mega Pixels)
    • Camera (Rear) Dual 2 MP / 13 MP (Mega Pixels)
    • Screen Size 5.9 Inch Screen
    • Screen Resolution 720 x 1520 pixels
    • Operating System (OS) Android 8.1
    • Chipset 4GB RAM, Snapdragon 625
    • Internal Memory 64GB


    The Motorola One (also known as the P30 Play) was really solid handset for the mid-range devices. There wasn’t any features that made it awful, it just lacked a few display and camera performance issues that made it hard to rate above similar price alternatives.


    • Up-to-date design and screen
    • 3.5mm headphone jack
    • Android One OS


    • Low light camera performance
    • Display is only 720p
    • Price is a little high compare to alternatives.

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