The Nokia X has arrived and has been pitted against the Motorola Moto G by the mobile community. We now have a look at the features and specifications to understand what these phones have to offer. To make a right buying choice we are bringing you phone specs comparison of Nokia X vs. Moto G which will help you out.
At 128 grams, the Nokia X is slightly lighter to Moto G that weighs 143 grams. Both phones have polycarbonate bodies. The former has sharp corners while the corners of the latter are curvy.
nokia x specifications it has a 4 inch WVGA screen gives a resolution of 480—800 pixels and pixel density of 233ppi, but moto specifications include HD quality 4.5 inch screen with 1280—720 pixels and pixel density of 326ppi. The display of Moto G named as no Retina display offers rich and sharp pictures with pleasing details that is really amazing at this price.
The Nokia X uses a 512 MB RAM for its dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 SoC processor but the Moto G is more powerful and uses 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 SoC supported by 1GB RAM
The 4GB internal storage of Nokia X is expandable up to 32 GB by means of Micro SD card whereas the Moto G offers only 8GB/16GB
All the features and benefits of Android can be enjoyed on Moto G that runs on Android 4.4 KitKat while the Nokia X runs on Nokia X OS, which is an offshoot of the Android version. The Google apps available on Moto G have been substituted in Nokia X by its own set of apps. But the regular Android apps can be downloaded on Nokia X by using the services of third party stores like Yandex.
The 1500 mAh battery of Nokia X is no match to the Moto Gs 2070mAh non removable battery that can support you for a full day on a single charge.
The rear facing 3 Mega pixel camera of Nokia X can record 480p videos at 30 fps while the Moto G has a 5 pixel camera that records 720p video at the same 30 fps. In addition, the moto g specificationsÂ has a secondary 1.3 mega pixel front camera.
Both the devices are 3G ready dual sim phones.
The Nokia X specifications seem to have been optimized to justify its price and offer a realistic experience to the user who is happy with just the bare necessities of a smartphone. On the other hand, the Moto G is a much more robust phone with excellent battery life, reasonable storage space, a bigger Ram with slightly faster processor, dual camera and better viewing resolution remains a good buy for those who are willing to shell out a little more enjoying cool features that a good smartphone can offer.