Nokia 6 Vs Moto G5: Which Has A Thrilling Offer?

Mobile World Congress is the world's biggest gathering for the mobile industry. Nokia is back under HMD, with the company's aim to offer superb quality in a device that's affordable to many. While Motorola is now owned by Lenovo, the company's key feature this time is that the budget series has been boosted with a premium-like metal build and high-end design. Lenovo launched the new Moto G5 Plus and Nokia 6 is now global. These two popular devices offer premium specs with great prices.

Nokia 6: Design, Features, And Specs

The Nokia 6 is powered by a Snapdragon 430 processor, boasting with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. If you're after for a roomier storage, you may like to opt for the Arte Black Limited Edition, with 64GB internal storage and a massive 4GB RAM. Both models do come with a MicroSD card slot that will let you add up to 128GB more memory.

Moreover, Nokia 6 runs the latest Android Nougat software. As for the camera, Nokia 6 sports a 16Mp camera on the rear, and an 8Mp camera for the front features dual-tone flash and HDR which is certainly a solid deal for a phone with this price tag. Additionally, the Nokia 6 also features a fingerprint sensor for extra security. Also, there's Dolby Atmos sound with a smart audio amplifier and dual speakers. Nokia 6 price is at $240.

Moto G5 Plus: Design, Features, And Specs

The Moto G5 Plus is slightly bigger than its G5 sibling. It comes with a 5.2in display and uses a superior processor, a 2GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 running a more efficient and a decent 4GB of RAM matched with a 64GB option. Also, a MicroSD support is also onboard.

The G5 Plus also has an impressive camera module, uses the much-praised dual-pixel autofocus inside a 12MP sensor with a f/1.7 aperture and 4K video recording support. The front camera is the same as its sibling, however, it has a bigger 3,000mAh battery cell with TurboPower fast charging support. The Moto G5 Plus costs $229 depending on the variant.


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