Top 5 Best value for money mobile phones

With the continuous advancement in technology, getting the right type of value for money mobile phone is everyone’s dream. However, due to the existence of many different types of mobile phones in the market today, choosing the right one can be a bit of challenge. Below are some of the best mobile phones that have superb state-of-art features and are great value for money:

1. Samsung Galaxy Ace
Samsung Galaxy Ace is one of best and most reliable smartphones ever produced by Samsung. The phone has a strong mix of OS capability, coming with Android 2.2 operating system which can be upgraded to 2.3. It is powered by 800MHz Qualcomm MSM7227 processor and 278MB RAM. It features a 3.5-inch TFT LCD capacitive touch screen protected by a strong Gorilla Glass. It has a powerful 5 megapixel auto-focus camera capable of capturing even distant images clearly. It also features a proximity sensor, an accelerometer, a compass, Bluetooth, and a radio. It comes in different attractive colours including purple, white, and black. Its price ranges from £105.00 and £204.00.

2. Orange San Diego
Powered by Li-Ion battery and an Intel processor, the Orange San Diego is one of the slimmest, fastest, and most affordable Android smartphones available in the market today. The phone features a 4.0-inch touch screen, a 8 megapixel auto-focus camera, built-in 16GB memory, a memory card slot, Bluetooth, UMA Lite, TV out, a portable Wi-Fi hot-spot, FM radio, SNS integration, document viewer, photo editor, video and music playback, voice recorder, microUSB port, and an accelerometer. The phone only comes in black colour and has a price range of between £99.00 and £169.99.

3. Huawei Ascend
The Huawei Ascend comes with 2.1 Android operating system. It is slim by design with a sloping chin and beautifully rounded corners. Its plastic back and face are coated with a dark grey bezel and the sides are polished with chrome. The phone is equipped with wonderful hardware and software features including a 3.5-inch HVGA display, a speaker phone, 5 megapixel camera, Bluetooth and GPS connectivity, a microSD card slot accelerometer, compass, MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player, MP4/H.263/H.264 player, and built-in 16GB memory. The phone comes in white and black colours and is sold between £75.80 and £114.85.

4. Nokia Lumia 800
The Nokia Lumia 800 is the first smartphone from Nokia to use Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system. The operating system makes the phone fun to use as it integrates easily with social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook. Additional pre-installed apps include Bing Maps, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer 9, OneNote, Xbox Live, and Microsoft Word. The handset is very slim by design and runs on a 1.4GHz single-core Qualcomm MSM8255 processor. It boasts of a 3.7-inch LCD touch screen, 16GB of internal memory, Bluetooth and GPS connectivity, 512MB RAM, an audio jack, front and rear cameras, and an accelerometer. The phone is available in black, grey, and white colours and has a price range of between £199.00 and £369.99.

5. BlackBerry Curve 9320
The Blackberry Curve 9320 is a unique entry-level smartphone equipped with the latest version of BlackBerry operating system – the BlackBerry OS 7.1. The handset is slim and cute by design and features a 2.44-inch display screen with touch screen functionality, 3.1 megapixel camera with LED flash, 3G radio, Bluetooth and GPS connectivity, full QWERTY keyboard, VGA recording capability, office document editor, smart dialling, hot-swappable microSD card slot, optical trackpad, and excellent video codec support. It is available in classic blue, white, and black colours. Its price ranges from £116.99 to £124.09.

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The Discussion

  1. Christian says:

    Dose Samsung Galaxy Ace is still produce? Just checked and has a great price. But it runs on Android 2.2 which pretty much sucks in my opinion, its been a long time since 2.2 was out.
    In fact I own a 3 year old smartphone Samsung Galaxy Europe that had 2.2 and actually still runs pretty good. But I think if you want any decent features for your smartphones you need to pay somewhat more then 200 bucks.

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