Another phablet we can not help but face the new Moto M in a comparative is the Huawei G9 Plus, one of the most popular mid – range phablets. It also is an interesting matchup especially for those who are always looking to get the best value / price, as they are the work of two manufacturers who have always excelled in this section precisely. Who is the one who has done better this time? Which of the two You would be you? We help you decide if you do not have it yet clear reviewing the technical specifications of both.
The mid – range devices of Huawei have always taken advantage of by Motorola in the section design simply (and regardless of our personal taste) by the fact of using metal housing, but the Moto M has been updated in this section and it has nothing to envy in this regard to G9 Plus. The two also have, of course, fingerprint reader.
It is also very even fight with respect to dimensions, with minimal differences in both size (15.14 x 7.54 cm versus 15.18 x 7.57 cm), and thickness (7.9 mm versus to 7.3 mm) and weight ( 163 grams versus 155 grams ). Maybe we could give as winner G9 Plus, which is somewhat thinner and lighter, but just barely.
The draw is an all in the section screen, as usually happens when comparing phablets midrange since most have opted for the 5.5 – inch and virtually none low and resolution Full HD (1920 x 1080), as in this case. The pixel density of both is therefore also identical (401 PPI).
Again, getting back ahead the G9 Plus to reach the section of performance, but the difference is not too great at this time, and basically boils down to mount a processor Qualcomm something more powerful (Snapdragon 625 eight – core and 2 0 GHz frequency versus Snapdragon 617 eight – core and 1.5 GHz). Both have 3 GB of RAM.
In the section of storage capacity we meet again with identical technical specifications: both have 32 GB of internal memory and two give us the option to expand further externally through card micro-SD, which should be more than enough to meet the needs of most users.
Nor in paragraph camera it is easy to tilt the balance from one side or the other and, in fact, if we limit the number of megapixels we find that in both cases we have a main camera of 16 MP and a front of 8 MP. The G9 Plus has going for some small details, though, as is the available optical image stabilizer.
Autonomy is one of the areas where we could meet a clear winner, even though we can not say anything for sure until we see independent tests, because the G9 Plus part with a substantial advantage in terms of capacity battery ( 3340 mAh vs. 3050 mAh ) and there is little reason to expect a consumption too different.
As we mentioned in the comparison above, the Moto M all we have at the moment is the price in China, equivalent to about 270 euros, and normal, as you know, is that the figure is higher when you land officially in Spain. The Huawei G9 Plus, meanwhile, sold of 320 euros, so probably we will find that ultimately the difference is quite small. In any case, pued not say anything for sure until the launch of the new phablet Motorola in our country is not officially announce something we do not know exactly when it will happen.