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A comprehensive comparison between Nokia 4.2 and Moto G7 Play

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A comprehensive comparison between Nokia 4.2 and Moto G7 Play

The design trends and features that were once designed for mainstream phones began to move to the middle class, and it was possible to get many Android phones for less than 200$ at the moment. Both Nokia 4.2 and Moto G7 play it.

In the next report, we try to offer a comprehensive comparison between the two phones to see what makes these phones different from one another and to help you choose which one to buy.

Performance and battery life

The Moto G7 Play features a Snapdragon 632 processor with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage space. The Nokia 4.2 has a Snapdragon 439 processor with 2/3 GB of RAM and 16/32 GB of storage space.

As the numbers suggest, the Moto G7 Play is even more powerful, supports higher LTE speeds, and offers smoother handling of applications and games, but if you choose the 3/32 GB version of Nokia 4.2, It will be very soon.

As for the battery capacity, both the Moto G7 Play and the Nokia 4.2 have a capacity of 3000 mA battery, so there is no difference, but the Moto G7 Play has a feature with a USB-C port for charging, while Nokia 4.2 depends on the old Micro USB port.

Although there is no wireless charging, the Moto G7 Play ships very fast at 10 watts, which we believe will be faster than Nokia 4.2.

Winner: Moto G7 Play

Design and flexibility

These phones come in a very similar size, but the Nokia 4.2 is larger and slightly heavier because it includes a glass layer on the front and back, a fingerprint sensor on the back, a dual-lens camera, and a small bump screen at the top.

The Moto G7 Play has a wide bump at the top of the screen and a thick edge at the bottom, with a well-made resin and one rear camera with the M logo, indicating fingerprint sensor.

None of these phones support an IP rating, but the Moto G7 Play boasts a water-resistant layer, and Nokia 4.2 is more susceptible to plastic damage in the Moto G7 Play.

Winner: Nokia 4.2


The Nokia 4.2 has a slightly larger screen, the main difference being that the Nokia phone has a small bump, while the Motorola phone has a larger bump.

Both have exactly the same exactness, and since these are affordable phones, much should not be expected in terms of brightness or color accuracy.

Winner: Draw


The Nokia 4.2 has a 13-by-2-megapixel rear camera, which helps with depth sensing and allows Bokeh effects, while the Moto G7 Play has a 13-megapixel camera. Both phones have an 8-megapixel front camera.

Winner: Nokia 4.2

Program and updates

This is another category in which Nokia 4.2 has a clear advantage, given that the phone follows Android One, it works with the Android Pie operating system, ensures fast security updates for at least three years and Android version updates for two years at least.

While the Moto G7 Play works with the Android Pie 9 also, with a super-cool user interface from Motorola, which adds some useful operating shortcuts, the phone is expected to have one major update from Android, and there is no notification of the time it will take, and this disappointing.

Winner: Nokia 4.2

Special features

The best cheap phones often lack special features, but there are some things to note here. Nokia 4.2 has a dedicated button for the Google Smartphone on the left edge, providing quick access. The phone also supports NFC, which is rare on regular phones, Which means you can use Google Pay.

The Moto G7 Play offers some useful gestures, such as turning on the flashlight or opening the camera, which includes the Hyperlapse option, which creates Time Labs videos and high-resolution zoom, which should enhance image quality when zoomed in.

Winner: Nokia 4.2

Price and availability

The Moto G7 Playbook costs you about 200$ and must be available very soon, while Nokia 4.2 costs about  200$ for 3/32 GB or   170$ for 2/16 GB, available across Europe As of April.

Final Winner: Nokia 4.2

The phone has a beautiful design, a dual camera and great software with guaranteed updates and NFC support, but there are concerns about the Nokia 4.2 processor, as performance is very important for your daily experience.

If you choose a 3/32 GB version, additional RAM will help it feel smooth when handling applications and 16 GB of storage is not enough for most people applications, and 16 GB of storage is not enough for most people.