In the budget segment, Russians can still find affordable smartphones for themselves. Portal 3Dnews.ru made up rating of gadgets whose cost does not exceed 20 thousand rubles.
The first smartphone presented in this list is Xiaomi Redmi Note 12. Its price in stores starts from 16,500 rubles. Among the advantages of such a gadget are an AMOLED display with support for a frequency of 120 Hz, the presence of a wide-angle camera, as well as splash protection (IP53), minimalistic design, excellent autonomy and a dedicated slot for a memory card.
The portal also included Infinix NOTE 30 in this list. This smartphone is distinguished by a large screen with a frequency of 120 Hz, a nice design “like an iPhone”, a glass back, stereo speakers, a large amount of memory, a slot for a memory card, very fast charging, and good performance. The price starts from 16 thousand rubles.
The TECNO POVA 5 smartphone was also included in the rating. Among the advantages of the model are a large screen with a frequency of 120 Hz, excellent battery life, eye-catching design, a lot of memory (especially in the 256 GB version), a dedicated slot, and good performance. The cost starts from 14 thousand rubles.
The list also includes the Samsung Galaxy A24. The portal highlighted the following advantages of the smartphone: AMOLED screen with 90 Hz, the presence of a wide-angle camera, a main camera with an optical stabilizer, stylish design, good performance. The price starts from 17 thousand rubles.
The top five is completed by HONOR X8a. According to the author, the smartphone is distinguished by a large screen with almost no frames and a frequency of 90 Hz, the presence of a wide-angle camera, good quality of shooting with the main camera, and a thin and light body. The price starts from 16 thousand rubles.
The rating also included OPPO A78 (price from 18 thousand rubles), HUAWEI nova Y91 (from 17 thousand rubles), Realme C53 (from 12.5 thousand rubles), Vivo T1 (T1 44 W) (from 15 thousand). rubles), Oukitel WP17 (from 19.9 thousand rubles).
Earlier, an expert in the field of IT technologies, co-author and co-founder of the technoblog Pochinka blog, Nikita Mokeev, said that disabling some smartphone functions will save the smartphone’s battery power. In particular, users were advised to turn off the system print service.