Chinese smartphones are so "no extra charge" that instead of Xiaomi or Huawei it is now more profitable to buy Motorola

FerraMotorola G9 Plus ratingHealthy screen, capacious battery and a good set of cameras. G9 Plus is the most

modern from inexpensive Motorola smartphone, and (inofficial retail) is a cheaper alternative to the super popular Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro / Poco X3, Huawei P30 Lite or Realme 6 Pro. If I were told in the good old days that Chinese smartphones would be more expensive than Motorola's "oldest and most expensive" brand, I would laugh in their faces. And now we have what we have. But maybe there is a catch in the lower official price?

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In fact, Motorola marketers insist thatCorrectly say Motorola Moto G9 Plus - they say, Moto is the same identifier for them as Galaxy for Samsung and Redmi for Xiaomi. But we think that this name sounds as idiotic as “singer with his mouth” or “negative flaw”, and because of this phrase we feel butthirt anal ass, so sorry, sorry, in the text we will call the smartphone simply Motorola G9 Plus or G9 Plus.


When I first took the G9 Plus in my hands, Iattended deja vu. Somewhere I have already seen all this. Thought, thought, but remembered. Nokia 8.3, gentlemen. On the front, these are two absolutely identical smartphones. The screens are identical, the fingerprint scanner is the same, the dimensions are one-to-one, the chin is similar and there is a cutout in the display for the camera on the same side. Poorly? No, because the prices for these smartphones differ twice, and they came out at about the same time. And the difference in price is never in favor of Nokia. But let's not talk about sad things.