Which 0$ phone is the best that has expandable memory and good camera?

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I don't live in a community with a koodo kiosk so I am in need of help picking out a phone!! I currently have a note 2 and I love it but I find samsung cage hoke eventually gives out so I was thinking about switching but I don't want an iPhone. ....HELP!!!
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Chadwick, Mobile Master

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My opinion would be the LG G3. Its a great phone. and it comes with a very decent camera.
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The moto x play is also a very solid choice, with expandable memory, a good camera and great battery life.
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Didnt notice it was 0$ as well. I change my choice to Moto X as well LOL . but the LG G3 is an awesome phone none the less.
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Th LG g3 is technically superior and since the g2 have actually been upgrading their phones. Im starting to be willing to recommend LG again for for first time since I mad the mistake of the Optimus 2x. However, I still have a general preference for Motorola phones. Their update track record is almost unparalleled, and they have a very good android implementation going on. It's minimalist and i lik it. Helps with performance. The XT1563 is also pentaband and they can be unlocked for 3-5 dollars.
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I go with Moto X too :)

And just a note about $0 phone. (It's a $0 upfront)
$0 with Tab - your tab charge will be $4 - $15 per month for 24 months
$0 with Tab plus - your tab charge will be $21 per month for 24 months
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HTC One M8 is a good choice as well. Some complain about the camera but I haven't had any issues with the quality.
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The LG G3 has a superior screen resolution, can accept larger memory cards, and has a removable battery, compared to the Moto X Play. The Moto has the advantage of having a better camera (resolution wise) and a larger (but nonremovable) stock battery. If you can accept the tradeoff of a thicker phone that lasts longer, get the G3 with an aftermarket high-capacity battery (ie. Zerolemon)
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The LG G3 may be technically superior, but when it comes to software updates, LG lags far behind. If you want a near stock Android experience, timely software updates and a battery that seems to last forever, I'm going to agree with the masses, the Moto X Play is well worth looking in to. If money is tight, check out the Moto G 3rd Gen. While this device may not have all the features of the Moto X Play, it does have expandable storage, a decent camera and battery life is quite good for this model as well.

The HTC One M8 is a decent flagship device, problem is that it's an older device that came out back in March/April of 2014. This means that the phone is unlikely to receive future Android software upgrades due to its' age. If you can find an unlocked HTC One M9 for sale online, you won't be disappointed.
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