Mongo does have an easy way of sharding and clustering. Earlier versions of Mongo suffered from unreliability during network partitions but they have improved it.
There are Postgres extensions which do the same. It depends on what you are doing with the data though. For example, for many simple queries in Postgres you need to write separate application code to retrieve from Mongo, thus necessitating more nodes for the same task.
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