Like most mobile users, you probably want the phones that are making headlines in the market. Just like the latest Samsung Galaxy S7, for example. Or if you’re a loyal iPhone user, you’ll want nothing else but the iPhone 6S if you don’t have it yet and you’re also likely to look forward for the upcoming iPhone 7 expected to launch September 2016.
But how about if your budget can’t afford such high-end handsets? In that case, opting for a cheap but still perfectly capable mobile phone should do the trick. And to help you pick the right model to suit both your needs and budget, we’ve created this best budget mobile phones list you can check out.
One of the best budget phones from the brand that creates great affordable phones is the Moto G. Though the design may be bulky, the phone has the right features that make it a great value choice. It features a 5-inch screen with an impressive 13MP rear camera and a long battery life. All in all, the phone promises great performance plus it has water resistant properties too.
Now priced below £200, OnePlus X is among the most affordable budget phones you can buy. Just like the Moto G, it features a 5-inch screen with a decent 1080×1920 resolution and a generous 3GB RAM. It has a bright display and an attractive design that makes it worth than its price tag. The downside, OnePlux X is not as accessible and available in the market. If you stumble upon a deal offering the phone might as well grab it now.
Motorola Moto E
With LTE connectivity, the Moto E by Motorola is another budget handset that is packed with great features and all these you can enjoy at a great low price. The phone features a 4.5-inch screen with 1GB RAM and a decent 5MP camera and VGA front camera. With a set of new features added to this nifty phone, you’ve got a winner here if you’re looking for something really cheap. On the downside, the storage is pretty stingy at 8GB.
Sony Xperia M4
Packed with great features and a waterproof design the Sony Xperia M4 is a mid-range phone you can never go wrong with. For less than £200, you’ll be able to enjoy features such as a good battery life, great 13MP rear camera and a decent 2GB RAM. Plus it’s among the few budget phones with waterproof technology. On the downside, internal memory is only 8GB and there are a few performance issues on some areas.
Sony Xperia T3
If you want a larger phone at an affordable price, you might want to look at the Sony Xperia T3. With a 5.3-inch screen, the budget phone from Sony is a pretty good option with a slim body, attractive UI and long battery life. It’s great for those who want a larger phone. There’s just one downside. Internal memory is only 8GB, which means that you need to be careful with saving more photos, vides and other files on your phone.
Nokia Lumia 735
With a decent front camera, the Nokia Lumia 735 is a great option for those who love to take selfies. Add to that the fact that the phone has an HD screen with resolution of 720×1280 and the phone is a sure bet to put your money on. The phone’s quite stingy on internal memory of only 8GB like the other options on the list. But in any case, it’s cheap enough to suit most budget-conscious users.