Results: Would you rather get a Nokia 6 or a Moto G4 Plus?
Of course, corners had to be cut to make it this affordable — the phone is powered by a Snapdragon 430 SoC, but, surprisingly, still has 4 GB of RAM, and a generous 64 GB native storage chip. It also has a 16 MP main camera with PDAF and laser autofocus, and an 8 MP selfie snapper, both sporting F2.0 apertures. On the exterior side, the Nokia 6 is a beautiful metal-and-glass sandwich, which is cool.
In the Western markets, we already have a bargain-priced smartphone, which is universally loved — the Moto G4 Plus. Sporting a fingerprint scanner, a decent camera, great display, and neatly clean vanilla Android, it has a Snapdragon 617 SoC, coupled with 4 GB of RAM and also sporting 64 GB of storage. The fully spec'd out variant of the Moto G4 Plus costs $299.
So, all that said, we thought we'd ask you — assuming the Nokia 6 or a variant of it makes it to Western markets, and was priced like the Moto G4 Plus or slightly lower, which of these phones would you pick? Here's how the votes tallied: