These days, mobile companies are launching too many smartphones every month and because of that users are confused, including me.
Now, you can’t just buy every single smartphone and that’s why I’m here with the Top Best mobile phones under 200$.
This is the best 4G smartphone you can buy for under 200$, it has everything from a 6.60-inches pOLED display with a 90hz screen refresh rate, Snapdragon 680 processor, decent cameras, stereo speakers, solid battery life, premium design, NFC support, stock Android experience and it’s available at 200$ which is a good price for what Motorola is offering.
We have seen Snapdragon 680 processor in the recently launched Redmi Note 11 and even in RealMe 9 4G (review) and the same has been added to Motorola G52 too. Again, as I have said, the processor is not built for heavy gaming, it’s a good processor for day-to-day use and casual gaming.
For the price of 200$, the Motorola G52 has good cameras, and the front camera needs improvement other than that, I think you will be more than happy with the quality of the images.
Considering the price and its specification, if you’re okay with a 4G smartphone and you don’t play heavy games all day long then there is no better option than the Moto G52 but if you want a 5G smartphone then you can still consider the Moto G51 5G.
RealMe Narzo 50
Infinix is still, a new brand , and people may hesitate to buy a new brand smartphone, so if you want a well-known brand then you can consider the newly launched Realme Narzo 50 which has the same specs as Infinix Note 11s.
Now, keep in mind, RealMe Narzo 50 doesn’t have 5G support, also, this is available at 200$, so can’t expect 5G.
Still, if you want a 5G-supported smartphone then you can consider the Motorola G51 5G (review) which is available at 200$.
The cameras are also good, for the price of 200$, can’t complain much, and also MediaTek Helio G96 is a gaming processor, so there won’t be any issue with performance too.
Overall, if your budget is 200$ and if you don’t want to spend more than that then, RealMe Narzo 50 is a good option but if you’re spending more than 200$ then again, do consider the Motorola G51 5G.
Redmi 10 Prime
The Redmi 10 Prime comes with a 6.50-inches 90Hz LCD panel, powered by MediaTek helio G88 SoC, and has a massive 6,000 mAh battery that supports 18W charging.
The Redmi 10 prime should have launched at 200$ but now at 150$, the camera is kind of okay. It’s not bad or best, it has a decent or you call it average.
The device has Stereo Speakers, a secondary noise-cancellation microphone, an IR blaster, and a 3.5mm Audio jack. Also, it has carrier aggregation support.
As I have said, the Redmi 10 Prime is a bit pricey. So if you can pay extra 200$ for the Redmi brand then go for it but if you want value for money device then you can consider the Infinix Note 11 or for 5G, Moto G51 5G is a good choice.