Would you like to save money on your next smartphone and yet not lose out on top performance or great design? Forget about flagships and check out these excellent mid-range options.
Regardless of what these operators are offering today , discover the leading mobile phones offering the best features at a fraction of the price of flagships.
Which phone is the best at mid-range?
Choosing the perfect mid-range phone is not easy, and there are various factors to consider when purchasing. First, let’s ask ourselves – what is a mid-range phone? We believe these are phones that are not at the premium level, nor in budget ranges. Virtually every phone we tested (apart from the aging Apple iPhone 6s) is based on the Google operating system, ie Android. These devices should be fast, with a good camera, battery life should also be taken into account, and they must also easily run programs, applications, social networks, PZBuk bookmaker and everything we can have installed. With these parameters in mind, we tested and selected the best mid-range smartphones available.
Xiaomi Mi 9
Definitely a serious phone to watch out for. It has the best and latest Qualcomm chipset, Snapdragon 855. It includes fast wireless charging, perfect screen and HDR image. On the back we have a triple camera layout with a 48-megapixel main sensor. The glass front and rear are framed by a polished metal frame, so in terms of appearance, nothing is missing. The only drawback may be its fingerprint sensor, for which Xiaomi claims to be 25% faster than the optical sensor found in the Mi 8 Pro. In our opinion, however, it is still behind the more traditional sensors on the Galaxy S10e.
Motorola Moto G7 Power
A slightly forgotten manufacturer returns to the headlight. G7 Power is so far the best of the inexpensive G phones. Snapdragon 632 ensures good device performance, with its 1.8GHz, and the 6.2 inch screen with 1570 x 720 resolution is more than enough. Its best feature is best-in-class battery life, so if that is an important consideration for you, the Motorola Moto G7 Power should be considered a serious option.
Samsung Galaxy M30s
Too more expensive than the competition, the Samsung Galaxy M30s promises good times of owning it. FullHD 6.4 in Super AMOLED display with Exynos 9611 processor will make every game look amazing. If we add a huge 6000 mAh battery to this, we have a lot of nice moments guaranteed. It also has a capable camera, 48 MP main and 8MP ultra wide. The big drawback, however, is that it doesn’t have NFC, so if you’re using a feature like mobile payments, maybe the Galaxy M30s isn’t for you.
Sony Xperia L3
Not a bad deal from Sony considering its price. If you’re a fan of Sony, maybe the Xperia L3 is the perfect choice for you. The fairly fast octa-core processor MediaTek Helio P22, coupled with the 3GB of RAM makes this phone a good option. We still have 32 GB of expandable memory, which means that we do not have to worry whether the applications or photos will fit. As for the display – 5.7 in 1440 x 720 is sufficient, and the double rear camera will satisfy us.
It has the same chipset as the Xiaomi Mi 9 (Snapdragon 855) and can be equipped with a maximum of 8 GB of RAM. We have a beautiful 6.55 inch screen, AMOLED FHD +, resolution 2400 x 1080, and also offers a very long battery life – 3800mAh with a “warp” charging of 30T. It also has a rear camera with three sensors, a 48-megapixel main lens, a 12-megapixel telephoto lens, and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide lens.