Phones like Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 and iPhone X might be stretching the limit when considering the pricing of smartphones. Fortunately, the mid-range phones are getting better with more value against every dollar spent. More and more options are being presented in this range and aside from a small number of refinements these devices can easily take you through daily tasks with a breeze.
With better software optimizations, even dated chipsets function truly well and dated flagship-chipsets even better.
Here are all the best options in the market that are somewhat older but are still a good buy in terms of performance:
Apple iPhone 6s– Apple never releases mid-range devices for the reason that it depends on its previous year’s devices to fill that part. Apple products may be delicate but the software is to last. iOS has an impressive update history when considering Apple devices. People who are previously invested in the Apple ecosystem and do not wish a hole to blow in their pocket can choose for this device. The sale season has seen incredible discounts on the device and will possibly hit back before Diwali this year.
OnePlus 3T- OnePlus has made a name for its smartphone brand somewhat in a short while. Like Apple, OnePlus does not invest in mid-range devices but depends on its older smartphones. OnePlus 3T checks all the necessary boxes and then some. Design and built of the device is still one of the best in the industry. The 16 Megapixel front facing camera can certainly stand its ground against most flagship from this year.
Samsung Galaxy S7– The previous flagship of Samsung was a worthy competitor when it was released and is still at this time a device that can take anything you throw at it. The device consists of a dated Exynos 8890 Octacore chipset but should be capable to handle even extreme applications and games.
Lenovo Z2 Plus- The Lenovo Z2 Plus was presented as a flagship device from Lenovo back in the year 2016. The device was decently given a price tag back then but saw a series of price-cuts after a rigid competition from the likes of Xiaomi and OnePlus. The device is now given a very affordable price tag and it features flagship chipset from Qualcomm of last year.
LG G6- The G6 was released this year in February but is not included in LG’s flagship fore-front any longer; that is set aside for LG’s camera beast, LG V30. On the other hand, the G6 got a very big price cut from its launch price within the time of just a few months of its launch. This thing shouldn’t let you undermine the LG device. In spite of the Snapdragon 821 chipset, LG G6 can handle direct comparisons regarding design besides the camera.
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