Never Spend $700+ On A Smartphone Again: 3 Affordable Flagship Phones To Consider

The title says it all.


I’ve always a keen interest in tech, and for the most part, have always been an Android enthusiast.


That being said, I don’t think any of the phones that are released nowadays are worth more than $400 at most. I also find nothing really innovative about the phones for it to warrant the high price-tag. They're all the same, relatively speaking, and you more often pay for the brand name rather than for the actual tech, anyway. Don't be fooled!


Here are some affordable phones you may want to consider:


1) Oukitel K9 ($239)




Tech Specs


Storage: 64 GB (with SD Card support up to an additional 128 GB)

Display: 7.12" FHD+ (1080X2244)

RAM: 4 GB

Camera: 16MP + 8MP Dual Real Camera

Battery: 6,000 mAh.

OS: Android 9

Quick Charge: Yes



2) Moto G Power ($229)



Tech Specs


Storage: 64 GB

Display: 6.4" (1080 x 2300)

Camera: 16MP (2160p video)

Battery: 5,000 mAh

RAM: 4 GB

OS: Android 10

Quick Charge: Yes.




3) Bold N1 ($199 / $299)







Tech Specs



Storage: 128 GB (SD Card support up to 128 GB additional)

Display: 6.4" Full Amoled Display

Camera:
13 MP Selfie Camera, a Dual A.I. Rear Camera (16 MP, 5 MP Depth Sensor) with 96 MP “Super Zoon.”

Battery: 3,500mAh

RAM: 4 GB

OS: Android 9

Quick Charge:
Yes.