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Anonymous, 3 hours agoI have no idea what’s up with gsmarena and Moto. There are plenty of phones out there far… moreThe French sites all seem to agree that Xiaomi phones are just better value and Moto cannot compete. However, I switched from a Moto G Power to a Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC. I’ll concede that the Xiaomi performs better, especially with photos. But the software experience was sleeker on the Moto, with less battery drain. Given that I’m not a power user, I’ll happily switch back to Moto, Nokia or Samsung in the future.

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CompactPhones5ever, 4 hours agoGSMA should stop being so diplomatic with Moto’s phones. Why would anyone pay 250 eur for… moreagree, also they are keep posting useless news about phone that not in top 10 daily hits.

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Anonymous, 3 hours agoI have no idea what’s up with gsmarena and Moto. There are plenty of phones out there far… moreIdiot they review every phone they can get and are available for them. Like region specific phones they cannot get but non region specific thye can get

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Lazyguy, 2 hours agoI admit that Moto G50’s camera is better and UI is also much more clean compared to poco&… moreI would rather have one major CLEAN update compared to slow, buggy ones that Xiaomi pushes out.

Don’t get me wrong, both phones are quite decent but for me, software is very important and that’s why I’m avoiding Xiaomi like the plague.

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Lazyguy, 2 hours agoI admit that Moto G50’s camera is better and UI is also much more clean compared to poco&… moreAnd also, Poco has Gorilla Glass 3 whereas Moto G50 does not have any Gorilla/Dragontail Glass. Moto G50 also lacks a compass sensor(Just like other Moto Gs).

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Anonymous, 3 hours agoThe screen is just sharper, brightness and colors are virtually the same. Cameras are better o… moreI admit that Moto G50’s camera is better and UI is also much more clean compared to poco’s. But Poco M3 pro’s 1080p screen is just significantly superior to Moto G50’s 720p screen and is also much brighter (500 nits vs 400 nits). Even software support is much better – M3 pro is guaranteed to get 2 major android updates and 3 years of security updates(Just like Redmi note 10 series as they are part of Android Enterprise Recommended Programme), whereas Moto G50 will only get one major update and 2 years of security updates. Both are similarly slow in updates though.

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CompactPhones5ever, 4 hours agoGSMA should stop being so diplomatic with Moto’s phones. Why would anyone pay 250 eur for… moreThe screen is just sharper, brightness and colors are virtually the same. Cameras are better on the G50 and most importantly, My UX DESTROYS Xiaomi’s bloated MIUI.

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CompactPhones5ever, 4 hours agoGSMA should stop being so diplomatic with Moto’s phones. Why would anyone pay 250 eur for… moreI have no idea what’s up with gsmarena and Moto. There are plenty of phones out there far better in build quality and value than Moto but this site is still insisting in reviewing the Moto photos !

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Acorns, 6 hours agoI think this chip is the biggest mis step that Qualcomm have made as it totally polarizes opin… more+1

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GSMA should stop being so diplomatic with Moto’s phones. Why would anyone pay 250 eur for this when they can just pay 170 eur to get Poco M3 Pro 5G, which is superior in virtually every single way.

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Anonymous, 7 hours agoSD 480 is not a midrange in 5G crowd
It’s the lowend 5G
I think this chip is the biggest mis step that Qualcomm have made as it totally polarizes opinion and leaves people confused. Everyone who knows anything about Qualcomm chip naming understand 4xx are entry level, 6/7xx are mid/upper mid and 8xx are flagship level chips. So why make a 4xx chip that they then claim is more powerful than its 6xx chips? It makes no sense and even if the 480g is better than the 662/665 etc (which by all accounts it is) psychologically people will still see it as an entry level (read less powerful) SOC. This will hurt sales of phones that are possibly better than they are perceived because of their chipset.

Having said that I do understand (just to complicate matters further) that this IS an entry level 5g chip not entry level 4g but I still think Qualcomm should simply add (5g) after the name of the chip to let people know which chips are 5g ready and which ones are 4g only. The mobile world seems to revel in odd and confusing naming schemes!? This is my take on this issue, what do others think about it? Peace ✌️

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SD 480 is not a midrange in 5G crowd

It’s the lowend 5G



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