Motorola is no stranger to creating compelling feature-packed phones that won’t break the bank. But when I set out to review the Motorola One 5G Ace I ran into a problem. Was I reviewing a $400 phone? A $300 phone? Or a $20 one? And that was just the beginning. If the Ace seems familiar it’s because the Motorola One 5G from last year is still available through AT&T and Verizon, for $300. In my review, I walk you through all of the Ace’s prices and major features and compare it with other budget 5G phones.

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