Best Budget Smartphones To Buy in Australia

Best Budget Smartphones To Buy in Australia

Smartphones have become inevitable in today’s world and the production of phones continues to grow each year. With technological advancements, features that were earlier found only in high-end devices are now being included in budget smartphones as well. Depending on a person’s opinion and usage, it is difficult to name a particular model from a particular brand as ‘The Best’. Moreover, almost everyone has their preferred manufacturer when it comes to smartphones and brands which they have had a bitter experience in the past. We have enlisted some of the more popular brands and devices that are more readily available in Australia within a nominal budget. Also, budget phones are cheaper to repair in case of damages. Check out cheap phone repairs Adelaide in case speedy repair service is required.

 

Affordable Android Phones

Android phones have a reputation for being an affordable option with simple and user-friendly features that can be used by all age groups. Besides the Android Operating System dominates the smartphone segment across the world. Approximately a million Android devices are manufactured per day to meet the demands of the users. Many new companies have infiltrated the budget smartphone segment in the last 5 years. Although there are devices in Android that are exorbitantly priced, the majority of the Android devices are of the lower budget. Besides, it is easier to upgrade to the latest model available in the market since the price is low. Below mentioned are the popular Android phones in Australia :

 

Realme 6

Realme 6



 Launched in March 2020, Realme 6 is still popular in Australia owing to its salient features at a low price of approximately 470 AUD. Powered by a Mediatek MT6785 chipset and Android 10 Operating System, Realme 6 is a decent phone.

 

Google Pixel 4

Google Pixel 4

 Launched in August 2020, Google Pixel 4a is a more affordable entry from Google at just AUD 599. With a 5.8-inch display, the phone is quite compact and suits people who prefer one-handed operation. The Snapdragon 730G chipset runs the show, alongside 6GB of RAM.

 

Motorola Moto G 5G Plus

Moto G G Plus

 

 Launched in 2020 July and priced at approximately 610 AUD, the Motorola Moto G 5G plus is a budget smartphone with plenty of features that appeal to the common man. A 6.7 inches display with 1080 x 2520 pixels resolution ensures a decent viewing of videos and movies. A quad camera with 4K recording at 30 fps and Snapdragon 765 chipset for seamless video shooting exhilarates the video enthusiasts on the go.

 

Best phone under $500

Whether it is an expensive phone or a budget one, people do not like to compromise on the availability of features. The quality of the said features could be varying though. Good screen resolution, prolonged battery life, ample storage space, etc are now common in almost all phones. Choosing the right trade-off on the features will allow you to possess a worthy companion that fulfils your needs. Once the budget is preset, then the choices narrow down. With all things considered, our pick under the $500 budget in Australia is mentioned below.

 

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G

Samsung Galaxy A32 5 G

 

The Galaxy A32 5G has a  Super AMOLED display of 6.4-inch FHD+ with a 90Hz refresh rate and blue light protection which is beneficial for the eyes. With an impressive 20MP front-facing camera the phone is joined by an equally versatile quad-lens array around the back (64MP/8MP/5MP/5MP). The mastermind chipset used is a Mediatek Dimensity 720 chipset and an Android version 11 with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage, expandable up to 1TB. The massive 5000 mAh batter ensure you get more time for gaming and binge-watching. Australia has plenty of instalment options available to pay off the phone, offered by the network providers like Optus, Vodafone and Telstra.

 

Best Budget Android Phone

Moto G Power

Moto G Power

 

Launched in January 2021, this flagship phone is conveniently priced at just AUD 280 and fits the budget for every common man. Snapdragon 662 chipset,  6.6 Inches IPS LCD display, dedicated SD card slot, massive 5000 mAh battery and the availability of a 3.5 mm audio jack makes it an easy pick for the price range. Being a sturdy and robust phone, it is very user friendly and suitable for people of all age brackets. Repair is also a relatively easy task.  Phone repairs Adelaide offers quick and efficient repair services for Moto G Power.

 

Many of the devices mentioned in this blog sport the RRP and may be available at cheaper rates from retailers and telecom companies depending on the deals they offer. Before finalizing a phone, it would be wise to read the reviews and compare the specifications available in your budget. Daddys Phones is a leading Phone repair centre in Adelaide, with experienced technicians having the knowledge and expertise handling smartphones of all types.