What is up everyone? Today we will be talking about the best smartphones under 200 bucks so let’s go ahead and get started.
So firstly Nokia 4.2. I love this phone. It comes in at about 189 great hardware, so this phone has some excellent reliable equipment where its metal design. It does have a dedicated Google Assistant button, a 5.7 one inch HD Plus display, and it does have dual cameras 13 megapixels in a 12-megapixel camera, so the software is fast.
It’s pretty much stock Android, and this is going to receive updates over the long term, so it’s just excellent phone hardware wise and software wise.
2-Moto G7 Play
All right next to me the Moto G7 Play. This phone was my favourite phone. So this phone has a 5.7-inch display 1512 by 720 so a lovely display for the price at about $195. So it does come with 2 gigabytes of RAM, 32 gigabytes of expandable storage, Android 9.0. It’s extremely fast so that you will get this Snapdragon 632 processor along with that 3000 milliamp battery and USB type-c.
So the critical thing with this phone is battery life; lasts a long time, you should be able to get a day and a half if not two days for a light user which is incredible alright.
3-Nokia 3.1 Plus
So next is the Nokia 3.1 Plus. This phone is about 160 bucks. If you get it on Cricut, remember it will be locked. So this is an excellent phone, so it has a 6-inch display so if you love big phones, this will be the phone for you. A 13 megapixel and 5-megapixel dual cameras, you do have a fast fingerprint scanner a mass of 3,500 milliamp battery won’t get you through two days of battery life if you’re a light user.
So this does have the polycarbonate design. So what that means is that it’s pretty much going to be break-proof. It’s got some massive bezels, but otherwise, its software is immaculate. It’s an impressive looking phone.
4-Samsung Galaxy A20
Now the Samsung Galaxy A20 is an excellent phone. I believe I reviewed the A30, and they’re pretty much identical besides a few different specs, so this has a six-point four-inch AMOLED display, waterdrop notch. It has a pretty snappy Exynos 7884 octa-core processor. So it’ll be plenty enough to run your games and stuff like that.
It has thirty-two gigabytes of expandable storage up to 512 gigabytes. If you have that SD, a big four thousand milliamp battery; this will get you through two days of battery life very very easy. So this works with AT&T; and pretty much GSM carriers for around 153 which I think is a steal because you’re getting an excellent camera with this as well for this price point.
5-Moto G6 Play
So last is the Moto G6 Play. I love this phone; it comes in at about 156 so if you’re a Motorola friend you’re going to like this. It has a beautiful design even though it has got a few bezels going on with it. But you do get a 5.7 inch HD plus display, micro USB, 3.5-millimetre headphone jack, 32 gigabytes in three gigabytes of RAM, so you do get the 1.4 gigahertz octa-core processor or quad-core processor.
Android 8.0; you can expand that storage to 256, this has a massive four thousand milliamp battery so you’ll get great two-day battery life. The cameras on here are excellent. There is not anything that’s going to blow you out of the water. Still, for $150, they’re reliable, right lighting conditions, so I love this phone as GSM has got Dolby Audio. It is that the size is great on here for people with small hands: just an overall reliable and fast phone.
So thanks for reading the article and I will catch you guys in the next one.