LG G3

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Is the LG G3 no longer on Koodo?
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Not online at the moment. Call kiosks to check if they have any
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https://www.koodomobile.com/phones?IN...
If it's not there, then short answer no.***
Longer answer an possible yes likely no still: some stores/kiosks an possibly other places that sell Koodo phones like Bestbuy an Walmart might still hav some in stock but Koodo is no longer carrying them as part of th regular lineup then. It is two generations old now.
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I notice they're phone line up is slowly dwindling. Moto X and now the G3. I wonder if new phone will be made available, like the MotoZ?
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Unfortunately Jay I don't think we will be getting the Moto Z as there is a Moto Z Play that has leaked with midrange specs including a 625 Snapdragon instead of the Snapdragon 820 and a 1080p display instead of the 1440p display seen on the already announced Moto Z and Z Force. Looks like we're never going to see any more of Motorola high end devices in Canada unless the Canadian dollar gains drastic traction.
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That's thoroughly disappointing if that's the case. Is that something Lenovo has has said or been leaked a a reason? I don't get it. The X pure was 399USD and never made it here and the new Z's are supposed to be 499USD (650 cad Pl taxes and such)...this is very cheap by current Canadian standard for flagship specs.
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Yeah but Goran to make the Moto Z stand out at all from Samsung and Apple you need to buy at least Moto Mod and they're not cheap, the cheapest is the battery pack mod and it's $75 US so add another $140 or so to the price to make it worth even considering over say the Samsung S7 Edge which has the best display, the best processor, the best camera, the best battery life of any non battery extended device. They seem to want to make it so the price of their top tier phone in each country works out to around the same $500 in that countries currency I guess that's their game plan.
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I'm one of those guys that don't need or can justify spending $900 on a phone. I don't really need all the Moto mods, I just want a good mid range phone that is maybe a step up from my MotoG. I was seriously considering the MotoX play, until I read about the Z. if it's being offered in the $500-600 cnd range, I would get one
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That's a usual routine: anticipating new phone stock and getting rid of the old stuff to be replaced.

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