In fact, it's safe to say that Xiaomi enjoys an upper hand, and a dominating one at that, when it comes to phones under Rs 10,000 in the current scheme of things.
Lenovo/Motorola, however, holds an edge in the fact that all Moto phones run an almost one hundred per cent stock, unadulterated version of Android software with a promise of guaranteed timely updates.
"Sweet just got even sweeter with the new Android OS update that gives you faster speeds, longer battery life, split-screen capabilities, smart text selection, improved notifications, autofill framework for your trickiest of passwords, and of course, the all new Google Play Protect, helping to ensure none of your apps become compromised," according to the company's official blog.
Last year's Moto E3 Power was subject to similar fate when Lenovo/Motorola left it hanging with Android Marshmallow for the rest of its life, just one month after launching it
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