My name is aman rashid you’re watching mr phone and welcome to this massive 4 way. Comparison. Video between the moto g40 fusion, the real me 8, the redmi, note 10 pro and the poco x3. So i wanted to make this into a 5 way comparison, video, including the galaxy f41. But unfortunately i don’t have that phone with me right now, but never mind. Let’S focus on what we have with us right now, that is these four phones, the moto g40 fusion, the real me 8, the redmi note 10 pro and the poco x3 and see which phone among these four is absolutely worth. Your hard earned cash. But before we start, please go ahead and subscribe to the mr phone youtube channel if you haven’t yet and if you’re new here also press that bell icon so that you’re notified whenever we post a brand new video with that said, let’s get started. Let’S start by talking about the display on all these smartphones, the moto g40 fusion and the poco x3 have 120 hertz lcd panels that is 6.8 inch and a 6.67 inch respectively. On the other hand, the redmi note 10 pro comes with a 120 hertz 6.67 inch. Super amoled panel, while the real me 8 features a 60 hertz 6.4 inch super amoled panel. Of course all these smartphones come with full hd resolution. Now, if you ask, for my opinion, i think so the race for the best display among these four phones is between the moto g40 fusion and the redmi note 10 pro.
Let me elaborate, i feel a lot of what you view on the display depends on how good the software and hardware work on a smartphone see. If the software is laggy on a phone, then no matter whatever display. There is the whole experience automatically goes down the drain, so on the poco x3, despite having a 120 hertz panel, it is the phone’s software that just isn’t smooth and optimized. As for the real me 8 well, the software is fine. I feel the 60 hertz panel is kind of old school when compared with all the 120 hertz displays now coming over to the moto g40 fusion. Not only is the 120 hertz lcd panel bright and smooth, but the color reproduction is on point thanks to the ips technology, and i would have said that the redmi note 10 pros display is fine which, by the way, it is the hardware on that smartphone. Just isn’t able to drive the software smoothly. That is me ui 12.. In short, i think it is the moto g40 fusion that strikes the perfect balance between the display software and hardware and speaking of software and hardware. Once again, i will say that this is a two horse race, but this time the race is between the moto g40 fusion and the real me 8. see me. Ui is a feature rich skin, but in the budget category on the hardware that these phones come with. The overall experience is not that great.
As i mentioned a bit earlier, despite having 120 hertz panels, it is the hardware plus miui that’s, holding back the poco x3 and the redmi note 10 pro. This brings me back to the moto g40 fusion and realme 8.. So the g40 fusion features stock, android 11. No bloatware no ads just a clean experience. On the other hand, the realme 8 runs real me ui, based on android 11.. Now i don’t have any problems with the smoothness of a real me ui. My shoe here specifically with the real me 8, is the 60 hertz display, because of which, no matter how well optimized real me ui, is everything from scrolling across screens to opening apps feels choppy in comparison to stock android plus 120 hertz refresh rate on the moto G40, fusion, and just by the way stock android has a charm of its own, and i feel if you don’t, want any unnecessary apps spam notifications, ads, etc. Please go ahead and use a phone with stock android 11, in this case the moto g40 fusion. Trust me. You won’t regret it and motorola software is exactly what google intended us to have in the first place, with only the absolute essentials on top, so the moto app or my ux is one place where you will find all your customization options, gestures, features, etc. No different apps for different things. You have my ux and that’s about it besides, you’re also getting think shield security.
If you get the moto g40 fusion and without delving into any fancy, details just know that this phone treats your privacy and data as the utmost priority. So, whatever data there is on your smartphone think shield security ensures that it remains safe. Okay, guys, if you wish to win the moto g40 fusion, then all you need to do is to subscribe to the mr phone. Youtube channel also follow mr phone on instagram and twitter, and once you have done that, leave a comment below, along with your instagram and twitter, handles as to why you should win the moto g40 fusion winners will be announced after seven days on our social media platforms. So stay tuned, let’s move on to talk about the hardware on these smartphones. Now, apart from the real me, eight that features the 12 nanometer mediatek helio g95 soc. All the other smartphones come with an 8 nanometer snapdragon 732g soc under the hood, but it is the moto g40 fusion that brings the snapdragon 732g experience in the most affordable package that is 999 rupees for the 4gb ram. Plus 64gb storage option want more ram. In this case, you can go for the 6gb ram, plus a 128gb storage option, which is priced at 15999 rupees by the way there’s. Also, an icici bank offer on both debit and credit cards, which gives an instant thousand rupees off, and this further brings the price down to twelve thousand nine. Ninety nine rupees and fourteen thousand nine ninety nine rupees for both variants respectively.
For perspective 15, 999 rupees is the starting price of the redmi note 10 pro, which also features 6gb ram. But the storage here is just 64 gb, which makes the deal on the g40 fusion a bit more enticing. Now one can even argue that for more money, you’re also getting 8gb ram options on the redmi, the real me and the poco. And yes, that is true, but the main question is despite having 8gb ram, how is the ram management see the 6gb ram on the moto g40? Fusion has been more than enough for me and, to be honest, the ram management has been solid, not just in comparison with the 6 gb ram on my poco x3, but also in comparison to the 8 gb ram on the real me 8 and the redmi note 10 pro that i have here now, my real m8 for that matter, can hold more apps when compared to my note, 10 pro and both phones have 8gb ram, but the moto g40 fusion that i have i mean despite it having 6 gb ram, it offers better Multitasking and even better ram management than the real me eight. Basically, it all boils down to the software optimization guys and simply motorola has done a far better job in comparison to its competitors and talk about optimization, even in terms of battery performance. The moto g40 fusion leads the pack with its 6000 mah battery, while the real me 8 and the redmi note 10 pro with their 5000 mah battery are good 2d smartphones.
The popo x3 does slightly better than those two because of its bigger 6000 mah battery, but even with a 6000 mah battery, the maximum i could squeeze out of the poco x3 was just about two and a half days, not to mention the standby times are okayish On the poco x3, as for the moto g40 fusion, i was easily able to last three days with still about 10 to 15 battery left to go and i’m, not even kidding right now. Insane battery life and most importantly standby times on the smartphone, are great in terms of numbers. Well, i consistently used to see about one to two percent battery drop overnight, which i think is amazing. Finally, let’s focus our attention on the cameras, but first the specifications on your screens right now. This is the side by side comparison of a daylight shot taken from the primary camera on all the smartphones and right off the bat. The output from the redmi and the poco look very similar and both smartphones exhibit a warmer hue, which was not the case with the scene. Now realme does improve on the white balance over the redmi and the poco, but it is motorola that simply manages to nail the color reproduction and especially the dynamic range. I mean just look at the clouds in the photo now the same scene, but this time taken from the ultra wide angle lens, and you can see all the three phones that is the redmi real me and poco exhibit a warm color hue and i can’t help.
But notice that the color of the clouds just looks washed out as for the photo taken from the moto g40 fusion, do i even need to explain here just see for yourself guys amazing result and by the way did i tell you that the redmi note 10 Pro the poco x3 and the real me 8 comes with a dedicated macro lens, which is missing on the moto g40 fusion. Do you know why? Because folks at motorola didn’t want to stack an extra sensor just for the sake of making this a quad camera setup. Instead, they took a clever route, so on the g40 fusion, you get a two in one sensor, which means the 8 megapixel ultra wide angle. Camera also doubles up as an 8 megapixel macro camera, which it technically makes it the highest resolution macro camera in the segment. As well and here’s, the side by side result of the macro photo taken on all the smartphones. Finally, here’s a look at a selfie sample and both the redmi and poker decided to mess up the color of the cloud, as well as my skin tone. Real me, on the other hand, makes my face look extra bright with the cloud color being over saturated, not very accurate in terms of color reproduction. As for the moto g40 fusion, good color reproduction beat the sky, my t shirt or my skin tone the moto g40 fusion once again nails it. To sum it up, all these smartphones are good smartphones, but if i have to make a choice, if i have to choose one smartphone above the rest, then i will go for the moto g40 fusion, because nothing beats this.
The moto g40 fusion, in my opinion, features a good all round. Experience with stock, android 11 think shield security and not to forget you’re, getting the snapdragon 732g experience in just about 14 000 rupees. But most importantly, what do you guys think which, among these four smartphones, do you think is the best? Let me know everything in the comments below and as always thanks a lot for watching for all the latest in tech. Stay tuned to mr phone.