Design For starters the dark grey metal frame makes this feel like a phone that’s worth more and gives the G4 Plus a stability and robustness that’s rare in phones at this price.
Finger Print Scanner It’s nice and responsive and unlocks the phone as quickly as the Touch ID(iPhone)
Display - its screen is fantastic and better than ones on some phones that cost a lot more.
Performance - Apps open up instantly, it doesn’t often get bogged down when multiple apps are open, and animations are smooth
Camera The Moto G4 Plus can take stunning photos in good light compared to the iPhone 6S Plus that's three times more expensive.
Battery - Plus will easily make it through it the day with a bit to spare.
The camera is more reliable and having a fingerprint scanner is always handy. You’re getting a fantastic phone either way, but I'd recommend spending the extra if you can, buying the 16GB version and complementing it with a 64GB microSD card to make good use of Android's Adoptable Storage.
It’s better value than the Samsung Galaxy A5, and in my eyes is on par with the far more expensive Sony Xperia X in just about every area.
It might be the priciest Moto G yet, but the G4 Plus still represents exceedingly good value. It’s a reliable phone, one that isn’t flashy or blingy but just does pretty much everything you can throw at it.