So, today at the Dumb Media, we shall talk about Top 5 Budget Smart Phones for 2020 under $350, that you can get yourself right away and we shall also tell you all about these devices in detail and whether they are worth your hard-earned cash or not.
So, for $350, what kind of smartphone can you get, well to be amazed at a lot of value as of now we are entering 2021, there is a whole lot of technology built and packed into a sub $350 smartphone.
Number – 01 Motorola Moto G Power
First up is the Moto G Power, the key feature of this smart phone is the massive battery size, its averaging up to 3 days of battery life, that is totally insane, on board it has a huge 5000 mAH battery pack that powers the device. That huge battery would be definitely used for those extensive Netflix or YouTube sessions, so make your entertainment experience amazing it has a pair of dual stereo speakers upfront, a 6.4-inch hug munges display, 4 GB of RAM and a very reasonable Snap Dragon 665 Chip set. Such a huge battery has yet another advantage, the battery degradation is not that noticeable. With every other smart phone released in 2020, you might notice that after a year of usage, the battery might not be able to store the charge that well, this is not case with Moto G power’s battery, as the size is very massive. So, if you are out there looking for a smart phone that can keep you connected through out your trip for 2-3 days then this Budget device is the battery king and provides the perfect solution for your battery anxiety. The camera setup is also pretty decent, we are getting a triple camera setup, with a 16 mega pixel main shooter, an 8 mega pixel ultra-wide-angle camera and a 2 mega pixel macro lens for taking some decent close-up photos of really small objects. We are really glad that Motorola gave the G Power, a QUALCOMM snap dragon 665, which is quite power full and can handle everyday tasks with ease. On top of all these exciting features we are getting a very modern design, the front of device is entirely screen, with very minimal bezels, the punch hole camera cut out makes the display and movie experience really pleasing. Lastly, the inclusion of a USB Type-C port, means one less cable to worry about while travelling.
Number – 02 Samsung A51
Next up on our list is the Samsung A51. This is no doubt a great smart phone, actually it was one of the best-selling smart phones is Samsung line up this year. This holds a true value for money. The A51 by Samsung is kind of a mid-range device in already listed budget segment, so that’s a perfect catch to start with. You get a massive screen with almost no bezels, a 6.5 inches Super AMOLED, display means those inky deep blacks and saturated color spectrum will be spot on. On back we the quad camera setup, with 48 mega pixel main shooter, 12 mega pixels ultra-wide and a pair of 5 mega pixel lenses for depth and macro shooting. On top of that you also get a 32 mega pixel selfie camera!! That’s truly insane and your selfie game would be elevated to a whole new level. The A51 has a decently sized 4000 mAH battery on board and you get a USB Type-C port for charging. On top of that consumers get that Samsung quality, brand recognition, and excellent durability. The overall design of A51 is very similar to that of Samsung’s flagship smart phones released this year. That’s a good thing, as the design language is very modern and will age pretty well. So, despite being a sub $300, budget device it delivers a very premium feel. You can get this device with a pretty amazing selection of RAM and storage options. With a 4 GB RAM you can avail the 128 GB storage option, and if somehow that’s not enough for you guys, it also has a dedicated memory card slot that can support micro-SD card up to 128 GB. Lastly, A51 has the very trendy under the screen finger print sensor, which is really practical and accurate while providing a very up market feel to the device itself.
Number – 03 Samsung A21s
So, if it happens, that you still don’t want to spend quite that much, the Samsung A21s is a newer smart phone, it has been out there for quite a while now and it has some pretty decent and reasonable specifications as well. This tiny boy has a 6.5 inches IPS display, with a quad camera set up on its back. The primary shooter is a similar 48 mega pixels, an 8 mega pixel ultra-wide and a pair of 2 mega pixel lenses for macro and depth sensing. To our surprise the A21s houses a 5000 mAH battery which can be charged using a USB Type-C port which again is a very welcoming feature. With this huge battery pack this is going to last you for days of usage. The display being not that demanding, so this beefy power supply will easily get you 3-4 days of standby times. Not confuse yourself with the A21, as it was launched earlier this year, the A21s hold a better value for money overall. The base storage option is also a very desirable point of A21s, with 64 GB of internal storage, it got you covered mostly.
Number – 04 Blu G90 Pro
Next up is the Blu G90 Pro. This is very under rated smart phone brand and it just released the G90 Pro. It has been around for quite a while and developing budget smart phones under the radar. Starting out with a huge 6.5 inches IPS display panel, it has an amazing 91% screen to body ratio, which translates to maximum screen real estate and almost zero bezels. It’s great for consuming media content. On back we get a triple camera setup, with again a 48 mega pixel main shooter, an 8 mega pixel ultra-wide and a 2 mega pixel for macro shots. Moreover, it has a MediaTek MT6785 Helio G90T chipset, which is reasonably powerful with a massive capacity of 128 GB internal storage. It has a king size 5100 mAH battery pack that can give you a battery life of about 3 days and is charged using a USB Type-C port. It also supports fast charging; however, it may be noted that it doesn’t ship with a fast charger, the consumers will have to buy that separately.
Number – 05 LG Stylo 6
Last to make our list is a phone by LG, the LG Stylo 6. for all those Galaxy Note Fans out there, it’s quite bargain device to get. The main selling point of this smart phone is to be the Stylus support. This year it features a more refined design. The click mechanism is pretty addictive we must say. On top the pressure sensitivity is also much better than last years. Up front it has massive 6.8 inches IPS display panel with a moderate 82% screen to body ratio. Though it’s a budget phone, it has a very respectable 395 pixels per inch density. Its powered by a MediaTek MT6765 Helio P35, which in itself is really performing chipset. We get a slightly smaller 4000 mAh battery pack, which again is charged using a USB Type-C port. It does not support the fast-charging capability. The palm rejection while using the stylus Is pretty accurate. Though we recommend that you don’t expect much practicality out of it as the software support is bit of a bummer. For taking quick notes it’s a very useful feature.