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If you’re looking for a new smartphone, you’ve probably wondered what’s the best phone I can buy with my budget? “. Here are the best Android 4G smartphones that you can get at the moment according to the different price brackets.
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The best Android smartphones
Huawei P20 Pro
The Huawei P20 Pro is the first smartphone to have a configuration with triple back sensors for its camera. A configuration that has stood out for the quality of the clichés it is able to offer, especially in the night when other smartphones fade very quickly. Our Huawei P20 Protest also showed us that it knew how to handle heavy tasks while offering excellent autonomy thanks to its large 4000 mAh battery.
It is sold at a price of 50,999 Rupees, but it can be found cheaper with several offers of recovery.
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
Like the Galaxy S9, the S9 Plus impresses with its design, its beautiful screen, its excellent performance and of course the quality of its photos. In addition to the back of the Galaxy S9 which has the distinction of offering a double mechanical opening, the Galaxy S9 Plus offers a second 12-megapixel rear sensor opening at f / 2.4. What takes beautiful shots in macro and beautiful pictures despite an environment with low light.
Proposed at Rs 56,999, the Galaxy S9 Plus should quickly benefit from multiple promotions.
Huawei Mate 10 Pro
The Huawei Mate 10 Pro is an excellent 6-inch phone that is very pleasant to use due to its well-crafted design, near-perfect screen, very high performance and excellent photo quality. Its dual sensor manages to capture excellent images and benefits in addition to an image recognition able to understand the scene photographed and to adapt the rendering in function to improve the result.
The Huawei Mate 10 Pro is priced at 46,999 Rupees, but it is not uncommon to find it for 3000 rupees less.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Samsung requires the Galaxy Note 8 is the benchmark of major smartphones (6.2 inches). Easily distinguishable with its stylus and jack that it does not sacrifice unlike more and more competitors, it has the merit of offering great performance in photo thanks to its dual sensor – a first at the Korean manufacturer – very well-groomed.
Sold initially at Rs 60,000, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is today between Rs 40,000 and Rs 45,00, sometimes Rs 36,000.