HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle Motorola Moto G4 Plus (3GB RAM, 32GB) 
HTC Desire 10 LifestyleMotorola Moto G4 Plus (3GB RAM, 32GB)
magic score<5067.5
PriceRs. 15,990 onwardsRs. 13,399 onwards
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Launch Date (India)Sep, 2016May, 2016
Smartphone OSAndroid 6.0Android 6.0, Upgradeable to 7.0
Screen Resolution720x1280 pixels (~ 267 pixels per inch)1080x1920 pixels (~ 401 pixels per inch)
Display FeaturesSuper LCD, Scratch Resistant (Corning Gorilla Glass), Display Color PersonalizationIPS LCD, Scratch Resistant (Corning Gorilla Glass 3)
Processor1.6 GHz1.5 GHz
Processor TypeQuad CoreOcta Core
Processor NameQualcomm Snapdragon 400Qualcomm Snapdragon 617
GPUAdreno 305Adreno 405
Camera13.0 MP16.0 MP
Expandable Memory Slotup to 2 TBup to 128 GB
FM RadioYes
Thickness7.7 mm7.9 mm
Battery Capacity2700 mAh3000 mAh
Battery Standby (3G)672 hrsN/A
Battery Talktime (3G)24.00 hrsN/A
Other Battery ParametersHD Video Playback: 8 hrs, Audio Playback: 50 hrs, Internet Usage (WiFi): 7 hrsN/A
Fingerprint sensorYes
Editor's Note [Positives]
  • Stylish design, with a bit of bling factor - an ivory body and a gold frame running around it
  • Decent display (though resolution could have been better)
  • HTC phones have one of the cleanest UIs and are easy to understand and navigate - and also include the handy "Blinkfeed" for social media and other updates
  • The overall performance of the phone is decent and you will not encounter any issues with regular use
  • The phone also does not display any tendency to heat up, which is always good
  • Decent 13MP rear camera - is fast and comes out with some good photos, especially when the lighting is good
  • Very good speakers with Boom Sound
  • Decent battery - lasts an entire day without you having to recharge
  • Overall, the phone may be a good choice if you like the design and style of the phone and want a top-end brand
  • Nice, sleek design
  • The rounded metal frame coupled with the rubber back cover offers good ergonomics and grip
  • Fairly slim at 7.9mm
  • Has good weight distribution, so it doesn't feel heavy
  • Good build quality
  • Well placed physical buttons (volume and power)
  • Very good display - excellent sunlight legibility, punchy colours, good black levels, and Gorilla Glass 3 protection
  • As is the case with all Moto smartphones, the G4 Plus runs on a near-stock version of Android, plus the usual suite of Moto enhancements which include Moto Display (for ambient notifications) and Moto Actions (for gesture actions)
  • Without any bloatware slowing it down, the G4 Plus is an all-round snappy performer, and performs well on benchmark tests (although a notch below the top performer in this price group - the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3)
  • Very good multi-tasking performance too with 3GB of RAM
  • The 16-megapixel camera sensor is accompanied by a dual-tone LED flash and a laser autofocus system, which is a substantial upgrade over earlier versions
  • On the whole, this is probably the best camera in this price range
  • The camera app too is significantly improved from earlier versions
  • Image quality for landscapes and macros in daylight is much better than before, with good level of detail and fairly accurate colours
  • Video recording quality is good in both daylight and low light
  • The front camera also manages some detailed selfies when the lighting is good
  • Another neat addition is the ability to directly read barcodes and QR codes from within the camera app
  • Very good fingerprint sensor (fast and accurate)
  • Good video playback - high bitrate, and Full HD videos are handled well
  • Single loudspeaker is loud enough for alerts and general media playback
  • Very good battery life - for moderate use cases, you can go nearly a day and half before having to charge the Moto G4 Plus
  • Supports TurboPower for fast charging of the battery
  • The Moto Series is known for timely Android updates, which is a big plus point
Editor's Note [Negatives]
  • The graphics performance of the phone is pretty average and will put off for hardcore gamers - the phone is primarily meant for users who are consuming email, videos, and movies
  • One feature that's missing from earlier versions of Moto G is the water and dust resistance
  • Bundled earphones are average
  • No NFC support
  • Tends to heat up when put under stress (during heavy gaming, and extended camera use)
  • No magnetometer/compass
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