Moto G4 Plus vs Redmi Note 3 Pro Speedtest Comparison!

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In this video we pit the Moto G4 Plus against the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro to see which performs better under day to day usage scenarios… opening apps, games, managing memory, and so on…

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23 Comments on Moto G4 Plus vs Redmi Note 3 Pro Speedtest Comparison!

  1. Sure, SD650( xiaomi redmi note 3) is much better that SD617( moto g4 plus) and little better that SD808( xiaomi mi4c). Xiaomi redmi note 3 pro the best mid range smartphone, Only fail camera in low light.

  2. I think that there's some problem with the software optimisation on the g4 plus. I have the older moto g turbo with just 2 gigs of ram and it doesn't reload heavy games (with asphalt 8, brothers in arms 3, NFS most wanted, crossy road running together).
    Think that the memory management will get better with software updates.

  3. its mainly the internal memory that matters.. its the sd card that makes the phone slower so, a phone with higher ROM but no expandable storage wins over the one with the same or less ROM but with the expandable storage. So, if comparing these two with the ZUK Z1.. it would work better in the long run.

  4. fuck those price of shit mobiles I have an Android tablet with 1gigs of ram 32gb ROM and that's a
    2012 model running 4.4.4 KitKat with a mediatek 1.3ghz A7 chip which outruns that easily and multitasking like a pro?

  5. dude what about android n moto user will get the android n version
    or tum mi logog ka to ram varose ya to root varose
    after 1 year moto user to mi user-
    "next time the shine they light in the sky
    dont go to it
    the redmi note 3 is dead
    bury it
    consider this mercy "

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