5. Redmi Note 8
4GB RAM+ 64GB ROM
Display Size: 6.3 Inch 19.5:9
Front Camera: 13.0MP
Quad Back camera: 48.0MP + 8.0MP + 2.0MP +2.0MP
4. Xiomi Redmi Note 9
Affordable Xiaomi phones are hard to beat for the bang-for-buck features they offer. The Redmi Note 9 is a 2020 phone that offers a few extras we can’t take for granted. It has a basic degree of water resistance, looks very similar to much more expensive phones and has an IR blaster. It can replace remote controls for most TVs and set-top boxes.
3. Motorola Moto G8 power
The Moto G range has been the easiest set of budget phones to recommend for the best part of a decade. They don’t use ultra-low-end tech, their software is tasteful and update support isn’t dropped from the day of release, as happens with some budget brands.
2. Nokia 2.3
The 2.3 brings you a 6.2-inch display with decent enough qualities, a capable MediaTek processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of (expandable) storage, and a surprisingly large 4000mAh battery.
You’ll also get a solid 13MP rear camera that will get the basic shots for you, plus a secondary 2MP camera for depth information for portait shots.
Screen Sie 6.2″
Dual Nano SIM
Size – 157.69 x 75.41 x 8.68mm
Weight – 183g
1. Honor 9x
If you’re looking for the biggest screen available for the smallest price, you can stop now. The attention grabbing Honor 9X has a huge, 6.59-inch display with almost no bezel – all made possible by that pop-up camera.
This leaves the Honor 9X notch and punch hole free, despite it being one of the most affordable options on-test.
These are the best mobile phones which are affordable and comes in with a great deal of camera quality. Very price satisfying for low budget.