Value For Money
Go for the Moto G5 Plus smartphone if you want a pure Android experience and good build quality. The rear camera is superb. However, the selfie camera is not that good and this phone can be avoided
Design And Display
Lenovo has kept Moto G5 Plus a light smartphone with a good metallic build quality. Saying that, the body is scratch prone and I managed to get a few scratches on it after a few days of usage. So I advice you to put in a cover on the phone. As far as display is concerned, it is a full HD one and colours are crisp and sharp.
A Snapdragon 625 chipset and 3 GB of RAM provide the power to the Moto G5 Plus to do all the tasks. Gaming is good and heavy games are easily playable without heating the processor. Daily regular usage was also handled with efficiency.
A 12 MP rear camera with f/2.7 aperture does the trick for me. The images come out neat and sharp. The detail is really good.
However, the same thing cannot be said about the 5 MP front facing camera. We have better cameras in the like of the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max in the same price range.
A 3000 mAh battery will see you through a day. Nothing too spectacular and nothing too mediocre. Everything is at the right place in battery department.
Go for the Moto G5 Plus smartphone if you want a pure Android experience and good build quality. The rear camera is superb. However, the selfie camera is not that good and this phone can be avoided if you love to take selfies and cannot compromise on this aspect.