Yo what’s up guys how’s everyone doing.
Today I’m going to be talking to you about5 budget smartphones.
If you’re a student, it’s around about thistime of the year that you’re gonna be looking for a new phone.
This list of 5 smartphones isn’t in any particularorder but I do definitely think that you should take a look at each of these smartphones ifyou’re considering one on a budget.
So to start things off, I’m gonna talk toyou about the Moto G4.
The Moto G4 comes with a 5.
5 inch 1080p screen which is great forvideo consumption and daily use.
It’s also really good for gaming because it’sgot 2GBof ram and a snapdragon 617 processor.
This isn’t the best but it’ll still do everythingyou’d need it to do – especially in gaming if you’re not running things at max graphics,you’re gonna do just fine.
It’s also got a 13MP rear-facing camera whichis gonna be pretty good for daily use in pictures and things like that.
The front facing camera is 5MP and that’sfairly good as well.
You can also pick up the Moto G4 Plus andthis basically expands and improves on everything the Moto G4 does and it’s just the betterof the two if you can pay for it.
Next up we’ve got the Huawei Honor 5X.
The Honor 5X is a smartphone which sort ofdelivers on all the features you’d expect but the main selling point about this whichsort of makes it stand out from the others is that’s got a dual-sim capabiltiy.
Now this might not seem like such a big dealyou know a lot of other phones at this price range have a dual-sim capability, but thedeal with the Honor 5X is that those phones will cut on a lot of other areas so if it’sgot dual-sim, the likelihood is that it’ll skimp out on the speakers or on the cameraor on the display and things like that and it’s just because you need more space forthe dual-sim and it just costs more to put in.
Now the reason I’m choosing the Honor 5X hereis because it has dual-sim capability and it also doesn’t cut many corners.
It’s a very good looking phone, it has a decentcamera and also a great battery life.
Next up we’ve got the LG X Screen.
Similar to the 5X, the LG X Screen comes inwith a lot of the standard features that you’d expect but it’s also got something very interesting,a “second screen”.
This measures 520 by 80 and it essentiallygives you shortcuts to your favourite apps it shows you the time, the battery life, thedate so it’s just sort of this hub of information and shortcuts that you might want to use foryour phone.
The X Screen performs well in day-to-day tasksand it’s slightly better than other phones with similar specs so that’ll give you anextra reason to go out and buy this phone, if you like it’s unique feature.
The battery life is also pretty good whereyou’d get a solid 30% left over after a moderate to sort of heavy day of usage using this phone,and 30% at the end of the day is really good you know it’s beating a lot of flagships likethe iPhone 7 and just other flagships like that.
Now if you’re on a super-tight budget butyou still want a really good phone, the Wileyfox Swift is probably what you wanna get youreyes on.
It’s priced at around the £100 or $130 USdollar mark and for what you get it’s definitely well worth it.
It’s a nice looking smartphone, which is greatto see, and it comes with a 5 inch 720p screen.
It’s also got a super smooth and c lean looking”Cyanogen” operating system and this is basically a play on android and it’s something thatWileyfox made themselves.
This is a really good operating system, peoplewho’ve used it have loved it and it doesn’t really change much on the stock android experiencewhich is great to see.
Now this is a small phone but something that’sreally cool to see about it is that it comes packing a really good speaker system.
It’s got two speakers on the bottom, whichisn’t great.
front facing speakers are always better butthe quality is pretty good for this price and they also go quite loud while still sortof keeping that treble where it should be.
Now I mentioned the stock android experienceearlier, and on that note, I’m gonna have to include the Nexus 5X in this list.
The Nexus lineup gives you the stock sortof operating system experience and it’s developed just by Google.
Those are the guys who also made the Androidoperating system so you know you’re gonna get sort of everything they want you to have,no extra bloatware, it’s gonna be fast, it’s gonna run well and that’s everything the 5Xdoes.
It’s a solid phone with USB C for chargingand video output and even for headphones I believe that the iPhone headphones that arecoming out for the iPhone 7 will also be compatible for the 5X so you’re gonna have a whole newsort of market of things to choose from with this.
2 inch screen comes in at 1080p whichis really nice for viewing this, and it’s also got a snapdragon 808 so it’s more powerfulthan a lot of the other phones listed here and it’s gonna perform well in games and day-to-dayuse.
The 5X also has a very fast and responsivefingerprint scanner but it’s also built somewhat cheaply which is a bit of downside, that definitelywasn’t great to see.
So guys that’s it for my roundup of the top5 budget smartphones of 2016 and going into 2017 as well.
I’ll keep this list updates as we go on, I’mthinking of releasing another video for top 5 budget gaming smartphone, different playson that, lemme know if you’d be interested in that.
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