In April Motorola announced two new phones that inaugurated a new line of smartphones from the manufacturer: the Motorola Edge and Edge Plus, which arrived on the market with the unique curved screen look for the company belonging to the Lenovo group.
Now, for those who have not yet surrendered to Motorola’s first 5G phones and have not yet purchased their units, the company offers a “test-drive” service that allows the user to take home one of the line’s phones and keep it for a period of up to 72 hours in order to confirm whether or not you are going to buy the cell phone.
Called “Leve e Teste”, the program is available to a limited extent in some official kiosks of the company in shopping malls in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. To guarantee a cell phone unit, just go to one of the participating kiosks, choose the cell phone and fill out the contract with the Motorola agent present at the store and make a security “lock-out” on the credit card to withdraw the product.
The participating kiosks are located at Shopping Eldorado, Shopping Morumbi, Shopping Dom Pedro, Barra Shopping and Norte Shopping and the action is valid from September 25 to October 25. However, it is important to note that the availability of the product for loan depends on the stock of the cell phone in each store.
The devices can be purchased today, on the company’s official website, for prices between R $ 4,999 for the entry-level model and R $ 5,999 for the Plus variant. For more information about the “Leve e Teste” program, access the official website created by the company through this link.