Motorola One 5G Ace now available at T-Mobile


After some time of being available on Metro by T-Mobile, the Motorola One 5G Ace is now available at the brand’s parent company, T-Mobile. There is much reason to celebrate, especially since this is an affordable 5G-enabled smartphone. 

The Motorola One 5G Ace comes with a 6.7-inch LTPS screen. From within, the device runs on a 2.2GHz Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor with 4GB of RAM, 64GB onboard storage, and up to 1024GB memory expansion via a microSD card. 

There are three cameras on the back, starting with a 48-megapixel main sensor, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and a 2-megapixel macro lens. In front, there is a 16-megapixel camera for selfies and video calls. Other features include a 5000mAh battery, 5G connectivity, NFC, a fingerprint sensor, and IP52 rating for dust and splash resistance. 

Prior to its arrival on T-Mobile, the Motorola One 5G Ace was sold at Metro by T-Mobile and AT&T Prepaid for $279.99 and $259.99 respectively. For T-Mobile’s postpaid customers, the same device is priced at $264. 

The good thing about buying this from T-Mobile is that you can enroll the device under a 24-month device installment plan, which will cost you around $11/month. You don’t need to port in an existing number, trade-in a device, or open a new line of service to get the device at that price.

You can purchase the phone here.


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  • mingkee

    This phone is solid
    I have unlocked version and it’s reliable

  • riverhorse

    Sorry, but for how much we use phones these days- things of apps, all the extra security feature load, how bloated the web is & chromium finally transitioning to 64 bit, my new “starting point” re specs is 8gb, 256gb, 25w fast charging.

    • Acdc1a

      For $264? Not everyone is clamoring for powerhouse phones. I have the beefed up version, the One 5G on AT&T. It’s a great phone for not a lot of money.

      • riverhorse

        I meant that as a general need to, irregardless of price. They’ve a double sized model that of course, didn’t come this way.
        Yeah, OP has spoiled us- but I’m already overwhelming the N10. I’m looking for double the storage and more ram for next upgrade. And this may just allow combining two lines multi user style- one of them ported to Google Voice.
        I’ll recycle it to one of the other lines, but not any of the 643 or less phones- it’s just a waste of time …for me, and I absolutely don’t game.

        • Cash

          If you check out the t-mobile site, it says this phone has 6gb of ram and 128gb of storage, I think its a nicer model then what metro / at&t were carrying.

        • riverhorse

          I was wondering about that- here we go again with Metro getting the lesser model (and sometimes one level further up in turn- TMo model being lesser than top international version).

          I’ve managed to slow down the N10, esp. when browsing, and almost fill it up with only one profileuser- so the obligatory upgrade needs to be 256 & 8+ GB @ hopefully faster UFS & RAM.

          I hope the large size trend keeps increasing beyond 7″ & that Folds use the larger screens instead of 5 inchers.
          Hoping also more brands can be rooted without breaking banking, betting, etc. apps…this is a pipe dream.

          Not sure if QHD necessary. OP fast charging is more than outstanding.

        • mingkee

          I checked store display. It’s actually 128GB model
          Mine (unlocked) main cam has OIS, so expect T-Mobile version has the same

        • Bklynman

          Wow, at 1st I thought you misread what on Tmo site. I can’t believe that Tmo is selling the better version of that phone! Most the time Tmo sells only lower versions of the midrange phones! I had to check Tmo site myself to believe it!! If you buy at Costco you can get it at $50 less!!

      • Bklynman

        I am surprise that Tmo is only selling it for $264. Most of the time they sell the same phone from Metro for at least anywhere from $30-100 more. But the better phone is 1+1 N-100 selling for only $180.00 if u get it from Costco,
        only $130.00,they take $50.00 off of it. I don’t think Tmonews even mention it when it came out.

  • dcmanryan

    The phone seems great for the price.

  • Alexander McCall

    Just bought this yesterday as a backup and the one I got is the 6/128GB version. Not sure why they’re advertising it as the 4/64GB version.