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Moto Z4 (2019) vs Nokia 9 (2019)
We couldn't find enough data on either product to be able to come to any reliable conclusions. We highly recommend that you take a look at some other options instead.
While the Moto Z4 (2019) wasn't able to make it to the very top of any roundups from sources that perform quality hands-on testing, it still got featured in a large number of them. PhoneArena, PCmag, Techradar, The Verge, Android Authority, and Android Central have all deemed it worthy of a place on their respective shortlists.
Moving on to the Nokia 9 PureView (2019): it has performed really well in a handful of roundups done by reliable sources that perform their own objective testing, like nextpit.com, slashgear.com, and Android Authority - it was awarded the "Best camera" title by nextpit.com, "Best Camera of MWC 2019" by slashgear.com, and "Ranked 1 out of 10" by Android Authority, which marks it as a worthy candidate.
Out of the sources that tested and rated both of these Smartphones, Techradar preferred the Moto Z4 (2019), whereas reviewers at PhoneArena, Android Authority, and Digitaltrends liked the Nokia 9 PureView (2019) better. PCmag and Android Central gave them identical review scores.
We also took a look at which sources liked these products best - the highest Moto Z4 (2019) rating came from PhoneArena, whereas the Nokia 9 PureView (2019) most impressed reviewers at PhoneArena; they earned scores of 9 and 9.3, respectively.
Finally, we compared them to other Smartphones on the market and found that the two of them got reviewed similarly to the majority of their competitors. The overall average review score for Smartphones in general is 7.5 out of 10, whereas the Moto Z4 (2019) and Nokia 9 PureView (2019) managed averages of 7.1 and 6.9 points, respectively.
It should be noted that it might not be entirely fair to do a direct Moto Z4 (2019) vs. Nokia 9 PureView (2019) comparison due to the difference in their pricing; some sources have a tendency to review more premium products better than more affordable ones.