The fight is pretty close. Moto G6 Plus and Huawei P20 Lite have some similarities, but also significant differences. We're using both devices for two weeks, and based on our usage experience we'll tell you which is the best smartphone in this interesting Versus.
Two of the major Huawei and Motorola devices are being loaded on the PC World Mexico Ring: Moto G6 Plus and P20 Lite. We chose these two smartphones because we find it interesting that the hardware and even the prices have some differences. However, the overall performance of both teams is quite similar, and even in some aspects, the others are surpassed by big surprises.  Search result for Moto G6 Plus "width =" 286 "height =" 286 "/>
We compare the most important aspects of the devices and name one winner in each category You will learn which offers the best user experience beyond comparing the technical specifications and in the end, you can establish a general balance to know which is better and which is best for you.
Design  The Motorola G6 Plus has one of the best designs in the manufacturer's history, it has reduced its frame on the screen and the back is simply delicious, it's light, almost black, but it has blue flashes that make it look very elegant In the Moto G series, this is a milestone as the previous models looked a bit more modest. On the other hand, now has the disc that the rear cameras and dual flash in the G6 Plus houses a more sophisticated design.
The P20 Lite Huawei in turn takes better advantage of space and has smaller apertures at the top and bottom of the screen. Not to mention that this is in the foreground by including a notch (cavity of the screen that surrounds the front camera and the speaker for calls). On the back, the P20 Lite has a more traditional finish, which is glossy black like a piano finish. This also affects very sober and elegant.
This section makes it clear that Motorola works very well and offers great improvements compared to previous generations of the G-Series, but the Huawei P20 Lite is more trendy. Its design is Notch and has much thinner bezels that surround the space make better use of it.
The P20 Lite screen covers 80.55% of the front of the device, while the G6 Plus covers 75.17%. Also in an experience of use will serve the score of the P20 Lite, so in this area the notifications of Android
If it were a "beauty contest", it would win the G6 Plus, but we qualify better use of the device. thanks to his design.
Winner: P20 Lite
It is clear that the trend of this year is that 18: 9 screen format. This gives smartphones a higher and longer screen for better manageability with just one hand.
The P20 Lite has a 19: 9 format, while the G6 Plus has a 18: 9 format. The difference is minimal in terms of dimensions, but the P20 Lite is known to be easier to handle as it is more compact and lighter than the G6 Plus: 145 grams. VS 167 gr.
In addition, the G6 Plus has an extremely "slippery" surface that lets it slide out of his hands.
Winner: P20 Lite
The volume of both devices is good without being excellent, but the G6 Plus is slightly higher, and it is supported by Dolby technology, which even gives us the overall sound of it Equip equipment. That's why the G6 Plus is imposed on the P20 Lite in both performance and sound quality.
Both screens are quite sharp and are outperformed by the P20 Lite in terms of resolution and pixels per inch. Nevertheless, the G6 Plus had a notoriously higher brightness level.
Playing video games, watching HD videos and listening to music are a bit more satisfying with the G6 Plus.
Winner: G6 Plus
Both devices feature a fingerprint reader and face recognition to unlock the device.
The Moto G6 Plus has two main functions. One of them are the famous Moto actions, where you can quickly access the camera or the flashlight by shaking or turning quickly. That's really useful.
Another exclusive feature of Motorola is that when the screen is off and you move your hand over it or move slightly, the smartphone turns on to see the clock and notifications without unlocking the screen. This is very useful.
Meanwhile, the Huawei P20 Lite has the Health Application (Huawei Health), which offers a pedometer, program and monitoring of various exercises etc. It also highlights the backup feature that creates a copy of your most important data on your computer through the Huawei HiSuite desktop application in your PC.
Winner: Draw. Although the aggregate values of each team are very different, in both cases they are very useful and perform their function.
We use the equipment for individual days for personal use and even for work. In both situations we use a lot of social networks, watching and streaming video, surfing the internet, playing next-generation video games and even some productivity applications like Office for Smartphones.
We use the applications constantly and intercalate their usage regularly and in no case do we notice a significant delay. At the end of the day, after all applications were open, we did not have to reboot any devices because they both worked perfectly.
For video games we use the most sophisticated and recently on Google Play. We emphasize the use of City Racing 3D, which requires fast movements to steer the car, and in both devices the game worked without problems.
Theoretically, and according to specifications, the G6 Plus should be much better, but in the experience of use, the P20 Lite offers the same performance.
Since none of the smartphones had slow or faulty behavior, we took it as a tie, none of you will be disappointed. However, we highlight the P20 Lite with a storage capacity of 4GB compared to the G6 Plus with 6GB of RAM, and offer the same performance very smoothly with exactly the same treatment we gave the G6 Plus; Not to mention that the P20 Lite is more economical.
Winner: Draw because they both perform well, but it's worth remembering that the P20 Lite does the same thing with less hardware resources.
Battery charge speed
Both devices have fast battery charging technology. We test them and both do it at almost the same speed. Because in just over one and a half hours, they can fill more than 90% of the battery.
 In a test, we connected the device at 12:40 clock with 5% charge, and it took more than one and a half hours, to reach more than 95% of the battery. The G6 Plus reached 100% load with a few minutes advantage. We repeated the test several times and the result was practically the same every time.
Winner: G6 Plus. But as in the previous case, it does not go unnoticed that the G6 Plus battery has slightly more capacity (3200 mAh) and is still charging faster than the P20 Lite (3000 mAh).
One thing is clear: The Huawei Kirin 659 processor takes full advantage of the battery power, because the result was the same again:
We started the day with the equipment at 6:30, when the alarm rang. At a very constant use of devices with a brightness of 40%, the G6 Plus had about 10% of the battery at 20:00, while the P20 Lite still had about 20% of it in exactly the same circumstances
This is doubly amazing, considering that the battery of the P20 Lite is slightly smaller (3000 mAh) than that of the G6 Plus (3200 mAh).
Winner: P20 Lite
Additional Camera Features:
Before we go over the photos taken with the device, we go over to the exclusive features.
In addition to the famous bokeh effect (portrait, as Motorola calls it), the Moto G6 Plus replaces the background for another image and sets the background in black and white , These functions are still a bit far from perfect because they do not manage to cut the edges of the main target well. It also has the Direct Color feature, which allows you to select a specific color and keep the rest in black and white. Likewise, it has preinstalled face filters in pure Snapchat style.
For its part, the P20 Lite has photos with motion (some mini clips) and photos with light, fast camera, night shot, and professional video. In all cases, they do their job and have no problems.
The G6 Plus options are a little more eye-catching and offer more options to create different types of photos.
Winner: G6 Plus
We tested all the camera features in detail, emphasizing once again that we did it under the same conditions and took the time to focus on the goals. Similarly, c is noteworthy that in the case of the P20 Lite it does not have the famous lenses signed by Leica, which have the other members of the P20 line.
In open settings, the P20 Lite almost always illuminated spaces better, but in some cases it abused some brightness. In the lower settings, the left side of the P20 is Lite, and on the right is the G6 Plus (Click to enlarge).
Although the two shots are good, the shot taken with the G6 Plus (Right) has a bit more sharpness and color. In the image of P20 Lite (Left), the ground, the clouds, and the same monument of the revolution were filled with a little more light, but it lost its sharpness and detail.
As far as zoom is concerned, the G6 Plus has a little more range, but the final pictures are a bit distorted.
Meanwhile, the P20 Lite has a maximum zoom that has slightly less range, but this makes the pictures better in quality.
With the inner light, the P20 Lite behaved better, as it showed better colors and slightly better brightness in all settings. The following shots are from G6 Plus and show pale colors.