The Motorola Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus are two of the best new budget phones on the market. The phones are two of the first from Motorola under new owners Lenovo and we’ve been pleasantly surprised at what we’re seeing. You’ll see our full review of the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus soon, but first lets take a look at some of the best accessories out for the phones right now!
LUXCA’s slim fit case looks a lot like something you might see from of the big boys like Spigen. A high quality case with a brushed metal finish, this case is stylish and will protect your phone from small drops and falls. This slim case is compatible with tempered glass screen protectors (which we have below!) and has a raised edge to protect that screen even if you don’t use a screen protector.
This dual hybrid case from ANLI provides the best of both worlds, style and protection. The case is has a protective hard shell to protect the phone from drops and falls while the outer layer looks great and resists fingerprints. And, at only $2.98, how can you go wrong?
This simple leather texture case from Suensan is designed to make your phone look great while protecting the screen. The buttons of your phone stay uncovered for easy access and the case can double as a kickstand to make media viewing a breeze.
A Plus’ clear TPU case is a great option if you want to protect your new G4 or G4 Plus but don’t want to cover up the design of the phone. With this clear case you get scratch and fall protection, but not all the bulk that comes with most cases. The case is soft so it adds some grip and the buttons are exposed for easy access.
Tempered Glass Screen Protectors are one of the cheapest accessories around but provide some of the best value. The thought of a destroyed screen is never a happy one, so why not spend a couple bucks to prevent it from ever happening? Sparin has a two-pack of glass screen protectors for the G4 and the G4 Plus that ticks all the boxes.
If you need a couple of cheap, good cables, consider this three-pack of three-foot long cables from from JETech Rankie. The cables are compact, heat-resistant, and have stainless steel connector heads that slot in easily but securely and fit most cases.
Anker is one of the most well known names in cell phone accessories for a pretty good reason, because they just put out good products. This 5-pack of cables features one six-foot cable, three three-foot cables and one one-foot cable that should cover all of your needs, whether thats charging in your car, next to your bed or at yoru desk.
We were very pleased to see that the Motorola Moto G4 and G4 Plus included a micro SD card slot. If you’re in need of a card to take advantage of the slot it’s hard for us to recommend anything other than this SanDisk 64GB card. Its a class 10 card which means your read and write speeds will be fast enough to record full HD video and high quality images straight to it. The price ($22) for the amount of storage you get (64GB) is also a great value.
Since the Moto G4 and G4 Plus don’t have removable battiers, you may want to pick up an external battery pack to make sure you’re never short on battery life. Nothing sucks worse than your phone dying on you while you’re using Google maps to get around. This Anker 20000mAh battery will get you roughly five full chargers (give or take based on inefficiencies) and won’t break the bank at under $40.
I probably sound like a schill for Anker at this point, but I really do love their products. The PowerCore Edge takes all the power of the previous entry and puts it into a really great looking, slim package. If I was going to take a battery on vacation, it would probably be this one since space in my bag is so limited. You get a couple USB charging ports to charge up your G4 or G4 Plus and a tablet at the same time. You can expect to get about five charges from this battery too.
So, that concludes our list. Are you going to pick up any of these accessories for your brand new phone? Let us know if you find anything else worthy down in the comments and we’ll add it to our list!