Project Fi Showdown: Splurge on the Pixel 2 or Save on the Moto X4?

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You wouldn’t usually think to compare Google’s new Pixel 2 to the Moto X4 Android One. The first phone’s a flagship device from Google that promises to deliver a clean Android experience; the other is a midrange Motorola model that costs $250 less and lacks the Pixel’s high-end hardware and features.

Moto X4 (left) and Google Pixel 2 (right)But there’s a good reason to stack up these very different phones side by side: They both support Google’s Project Fi wireless network. With last year’s Pixel now in short supply, if you want to use Google’s wireless service, these two phones are likely your choices.

So, should you opt for the full Google experience with the $649 Pixel 2 or try to save a few bucks with the $399 Moto X4? To help you decide, here’s a guide explaining what exactly you’re missing out on by opting for the less expensive handset. Fortunately, the X4 compares quite favorably to the Pixel 2, offering a lot of value and most of the same functionality, with a couple of gaps here and there.

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