Mod­ern smart­phones can be very inex­pen­sive, or they can be equal in price to lap­tops or larg­er and more seri­ous equip­ment. There­fore, it is not so easy to choose the right device for your­self with­out get­ting con­fused in the numer­ous char­ac­ter­is­tics. A huge choice has both its advan­tages and dis­ad­van­tages, because it is so easy to buy into the price or adver­tis­ing and end up buy­ing some­thing that is not at all, or not quite what you planned. So, buy­ing a smart­phone for your­self or for your loved ones should be approached with spe­cial atten­tion, and we know how to do it the eas­i­est way, which is why we have select­ed cheap smart­phones for you by cat­e­go­ry!

Best Gaming — Huawei Honor 7X

Among bud­get smart­phones, it is not so easy to choose the one that is suit­able for gam­ing. Now flag­ship mod­els are being sharp­ened for gam­ing func­tions, and devel­op­ers are spar­ing no effort, so games require more and more pow­er. And yet, we found an excel­lent option among mod­ern devices, which com­bines both a com­fort­able price and great poten­tial for gam­ing. Huawei Hon­or 7X is a bezel-less smart­phone with a 5.9‑inch IPS dis­play, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of inter­nal mem­o­ry.

Of course, the dis­play does its job — high-qual­i­ty and large, it is per­fect for run­ning games and easy con­trol, because almost the entire front pan­el is ded­i­cat­ed to the screen, the res­o­lu­tion of which is 2160x1080 with 407 pix­els per inch.

The fast charg­ing fea­ture will save you from hav­ing to con­stant­ly stand at the out­let, and 3340mAh will be more than enough to play on the go.

A pow­er­ful HiSil­i­con KIRIN 659 proces­sor runs inside the smart­phone, and it, in com­bi­na­tion with RAM, allows you to quick­ly work with appli­ca­tions.

At its price, Huawei Hon­or 7X is equipped with a dual cam­era and a fin­ger­print scan­ner.

A sep­a­rate advan­tage is the design of the smart­phone, the alu­minum mat­te body does not betray the bud­get class of the smart­phone. On the con­trary, it is neat and con­cise, the only dec­o­ra­tion being the anten­na.

Best photo smartphone — Doogee Shoot 2

Pick­ing up a bud­get smart­phone with a good cam­era is not easy at all, but here Doogee comes to the res­cue. A smart­phone at a very afford­able price was cre­at­ed specif­i­cal­ly for ama­teur pho­tog­ra­phers, so all forces are thrown at the qual­i­ty of the cam­era. And the cam­era real­ly does­n’t dis­ap­point: the dual cam­era has a 5MP res­o­lu­tion, image sta­bi­liza­tion and dual LED flash. With 2x opti­cal zoom, the same as the iPhone 7 cam­eras, Doogee is able to zoom in with­out loss of qual­i­ty, and it also sup­ports 8x dig­i­tal zoom. Anoth­er inter­est­ing advan­tage is the abil­i­ty to add a bokeh effect, and two matri­ces — RGB and mono­chrome — improve image qual­i­ty and sharp­ness. The lens aper­ture is f / 2.2, which allows you to take pho­tos even at night.

In addi­tion, the Android 7.0 oper­at­ing sys­tem allows you to get addi­tion­al cam­era fea­tures. The bat­tery has a capac­i­ty of 3360mAh, and the smart­phone is pow­ered by a Medi­aTek MT6580 proces­sor. 2GB of RAM and 16GB of inter­nal stor­age is great for a smart­phone at this price point, but it’s com­plete­ly unsuit­able for gam­ing. But the con­ve­nient for­mat of the device and a bright 5‑inch dis­play will delight pho­to and video lovers.

Best battery — Moto E4 Plus

Among inex­pen­sive smart­phones with mod­ern fea­tures, there are not many mod­els that can boast a good capa­cious bat­tery. The more impres­sive Moto E4 Plus. First­ly, this is a smart­phone with a large 5.5‑inch dis­play, which is con­ve­nient to work and com­mu­ni­cate, you do not have to look at small let­ters, and if you like to read from a smart­phone, E4 Plus will eas­i­ly pro­vide you with this oppor­tu­ni­ty.

The smart­phone is equipped with a fin­ger­print scan­ner, which allows you to unlock it in a split sec­ond and make secure pay­ments at ter­mi­nals. Thanks to the upgrad­able Android oper­at­ing sys­tem, you can always stay up to date with the lat­est fea­tures and are no longer lim­it­ed to a pre-installed firmware ver­sion.

But of course, the main pos­i­tive is the 5000mAh bat­tery. This means that the smart­phone will work for 2 days, and you will be able to stay in touch all the time, while the pres­ence of a large and bright dis­play will not affect bat­tery life in any way. The fast charg­ing func­tion will also please, thanks to which the smart­phone will restore a full charge in a cou­ple of hours.

3GB of RAM may not be enough for heavy games, but the smart­phone copes with every­day tasks per­fect­ly well. If 16 GB of inter­nal mem­o­ry is not enough for you, you can always expand it. In addi­tion, Moto E4 Plus is equipped with a 5MP front cam­era and a 13MP main cam­era.

Best Design — Xiaomi RedMi 5

If you are look­ing for an inex­pen­sive smart­phone that will also look like a pre­mi­um one, you will have to try, but in the end, the choice will sure­ly fall on Xiao­mi Red­Mi 5. The Chi­nese com­pa­ny has final­ly moved away from copy­ing Apple devices, so Xiao­mi gets a unique and inter­est­ing design (accord­ing to irony, exact­ly what every­one expect­ed from the iPhone X). This smart­phone has excel­lent spec­i­fi­ca­tions: Qual­comm SDM450 Snap­drag­on 450, 2 or 3GB of RAM (depend­ing on the mod­el), 32GB of inter­nal mem­o­ry, 12-megapix­el main cam­era and 5MP front cam­era. All this is housed in a styl­ish, eye-catch­ing case, avail­able in sev­er­al col­ors: black, gold, red and blue. The case, by the way, is made of alu­minum, which com­pletes the pre­mi­um image. Excel­lent impres­sions are also caused by a bright large dis­play with a diag­o­nal of 5.7 inch­es, which occu­pies almost the entire frontal sur­face.

Xiao­mi Red­Mi 5 sup­ports 2 SIM cards and the pos­si­bil­i­ty of addi­tion­al mem­o­ry expan­sion, so you have enough space to store all your files: pho­tos, appli­ca­tions, music, videos, etc. For not heavy games, this device is also per­fect.

With this smart­phone, you will get Android OS with MIUI 9 pre­in­stalled, a fin­ger­print scan­ner, and a 3300mAh bat­tery. But, per­haps, the most impor­tant thing is, of course, that the body of the device is pleas­ant both to the touch and exter­nal­ly.

The cheapest iPhone — Apple iPhone SE

Espe­cial­ly for Apple fans who are in no hur­ry to fork out for the top mod­els of the com­pa­ny, Apple has devel­oped a bud­get, but no less pow­er­ful iPhone SE. A small smart­phone with a 4‑inch Reti­na dis­play that sup­ports mul­ti­touch func­tions, it looks almost the same as the iPhone 5, but its body is slight­ly thin­ner and lighter. The SE is avail­able in sev­er­al col­ors, and in terms of pow­er, it is not much dif­fer­ent from its coun­ter­part and for­mer flag­ship iPhone 6. The 12MP main cam­era is capa­ble of cap­tur­ing superbly sharp pic­tures that bypass many ana­logues in qual­i­ty and is even capa­ble of shoot­ing 4K video at 30fps. The Home but­ton, like on the 5S mod­el, has a built-in fin­ger­print scan­ner.

Inside the iPhone SE runs a pow­er­ful Apple A9 proces­sor. Audio qual­i­ty con­tin­ues in Apple’s tra­di­tion, so with the SE mod­el, you get loud, rich sound from the speak­ers that lets you lis­ten to music and watch videos in com­fort.

A sep­a­rate pleas­ant moment is, of course, iOS 11 — a con­ve­nient and nim­ble oper­at­ing sys­tem that ide­al­ly coex­ists with any oth­er man­u­fac­tur­er’s devices, cre­at­ing a sin­gle inter­con­nect­ed net­work. Fast charg­ing, a long-last­ing bat­tery and a host of oth­er fea­tures will make your expe­ri­ence with iPhone SE unfor­get­table.


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