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Most Bangladeshi smartphone consumers go for options that ensure maximum value for the money spent, and budget phones have gotten better and better over the years
Smartphones in this day and age have become one of life’s essentials. It is not just a portable computer that you carry in your pocket for various work, but itis also something that reflects on you while being your mobile entertainment provider.
Most Bangladeshi smartphone consumers go for options that ensure maximum value for the money spent, and budget phones have gotten better and better over the years.
So here are the top 5 budget smartphones (in no particular order) you can go for this Eid:
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro
OS: Android 9.0 Pie with MIUI 10
Processor: Snapdragon 675 (4GB/6GB RAM variants available)
Display: 6.3-inch FHD+
Cameras: 48MP+ 5MP (rear setup) with a 13MP front camera
The Note series from Xiaomi has been the budget king for a while and this year’s edition, the Redmi Note 7 Pro, is no exception. With the latest midrange snapdragon 675 processor and dual camera setup in the back, not to forget the all glass finished body, it can definitely get your job done, and with some style.
Price: Tk21,999 (4GB/64GB), Tk24,999 (6GB/64GB), Tk27,999 (6GB/128GB)
Realme 3 Pro
OS: Android 9.0 Pie
Processor: Snapdragon 710 (4GB/6GB RAM variants available)
Display: 6.3-inch, Full HD+
Cameras: 16MP+5MP rear camera with 25MP front camera
The Realme 3 Pro does well to keep up with its budget segment competitors. On the back, the phone has a beautiful gradient-finish with curved lines that really add to the overall aesthetic with a notch-face on the front. More importantly, the device excels in the performance and battery departments and is affordable. There is not much more one could ask for keeping in mind the price point.
Price: Tk18,999 (4GB/64GB),Tk21,999 (6GB/64GB), Tk22,999 (6GB/128GB)
Samsung Galaxy A50
OS: Android 9.0 Pie
Processor: Exynos 9610 (4GB/6GB RAM variants available)
Display: 6.4-inch, Full HD+
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Cameras: 25MP+8MP (rear setup) with a 5MP front camera
Premium smartphone brands Samsung has also introduced new lines of smartphones phones for the budget segment,and their A50 has proven to be a great value for money.
There are quite a few reasons why the Galaxy A50 is a great choice. You get an excellent display, smooth performance, solid battery life, and impressive cameras with this well-rounded package. And all this comes with the brand and quality assurance of Samsung, the South Korean tech giant.
Price: Tk24,000 (4GB/64GB)
OS: Android 9.0 Pie (ColorOS 6.0)
Processor: MediaTekHelio P70 (4GB variant available)
Display: 6.53-inch, Full HD+
Cameras: 48MP+5MP (rear setup) with a 16MP front camera
Oppo F11 is the cheapest pop-up selfie camera that you can get below Tk30,000.
It has a powerful 48 MP primary camera which produces photos with great dynamic range. The phone also comes with Oppo’s proprietary VOOC charging which can charge up its 4,000mAh battery from 0 to 100% in only 80 minutes.
Price: Tk25,990 (4GB/64GB)
Last but not the least, Huawei P30 Lite
OS: Android 9.0 Pie (EMUI 9.0)
Processor: Huawei HiSilicon KIRIN 710 (6GB variant available)
Display: 6.15-inch,TFT LCD (IPS)
Cameras: 48MP+8MP+2MP(triple camera setup) with a 24MP front camera
The Chinese telecom giant’s P30 Lite bears all the hallmarks of its bigger brother,the mighty P30 Pro.
The phone feels quite snappy considering its midrange processor,and has an amazing camera and multi-color schemed glass body as well. The triple rear camera setup is surely a deal breaker with its topnotch camera performance, giving other premium smartphones in the market a run for their money.