ALDI special buys are always interesting as they can be either a hit or a miss, but it seems they have some small tech goodies alongside the Moto G6 smartphone they are selling from next Wednesday, 21st August 2019.

The main selling point here is the sale of the Motorola Moto G6 handset, which is last years runner for the company but the deal here is that it is unlocked and can be used on any network.

If you need a bit of a refresher on what the Moto G6 is packing, we have the full rundown for you below:

Key Specifications:Motorola Moto G6
Release date
Screen size5.7-inch
Screen technologyIPS
Resolution2,160 x 1,080
Rear camera12MP + 5MP
Front camera16MP
ChipsetSnapdragon 450
Core config
MicroSDYes, up to 128GB
Battery3,000 mAh
Battery removable
Headphone PortYes
Headphone Location
Speaker Configuration
Android OSAndroid 8.0 (Oreo)
Vendor skin
Dimensions153.8 x 72.3 x 8.3 mm
  • Deep Indigo
  • Black
  • Blush
  • Silver

The Moto G6 is available to purchase for $279 and comes unlocked and with a $30 ALDIMobile sim pack included in the price.

ALDI are also offering as part of the surprise buys:

These deals are clearly aimed at Fathers Day which is coming up in a couple of weeks time. If any of these deals seem interesting to you, you can check them out via the ALDI website and they will be on sale through your local ALDI store next Wednesday 21st August 2019.

Source: ALDI Special Buys - Wednesday 21st August 2019.
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Wow. Who uses a clock radio these days? It’s something from a bygone era. Like a radiogram.

Jeni Skunk

Nowhere near everyone uses a search engine driven assistant, let alone has a smart speaker, or smart display.
So for that vast majority, digital alarm clocks still rule.


To prove Jeni’s point i do. I much prefer an easily glaceable digital clock vs having to turn my phone screen on. I also like having the radio there as phones inbuilt FM, like most phones, requires a cable to be plugged into the headphone jack which is a lot of effort to go to every single night if i wanted to always wake up to the radio which i kinda do. Those ABC news bullitins at 6 and 7 am are fantastic