Posted by Rohit Yadav On 10-Aug-2022 10:57 AM
July was full of exciting announcements and many of these smartphones managed to generate a lot of interest among tech enthusiasts. And most of these launches are mid-range smartphones under Rs. 50,000.
This segment has proven over the years that a good smartphone doesn't have to have the fastest processor or the latest technology available anywhere in the world. It's all about value for money. The latest Nothing Phone (1) is a prime example. However, from the recently launched Google Pixel 6a to the Oppo Reno 8, here are some of the best mid-range options for you to consider.
Nothing does a lot of things right with the new smartphone Nothing Phone 1. However, it offers an older Snapdragon 778+ chipset and 33W charging. This is a time when many other brands offer 80-120W charging support at this price point. Still, at Rs. 32,999, it has a unique GLYMPH design on the transparent back. It also has dual 50-megapixel rear-facing cameras and a 6.5-inch FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED display.
It’s unlike Apple to launch a mid-range smartphone, but with the iPhone SE 3 launched in March, Apple brought tough competition in the mid-range smartphone segment with the flagship level performance from its A15 Bionic chipset, which is also used in the flagship iPhone 13 Pro Max. Additionally, if you're an Apple fan and want an iPhone experience without emptying your pockets, the iPhone SE 3 for Rs.43,900 is the way to go.
Redmi K50i offered MediaTek Dimensity 8100 for just Rs. 25,999! It's worth noting that the same processor can be seen in many mid to high-range smartphones such as his Realme GT Neo 3 and Reno 8 Pro, Redmi K50i is powered by a large 5080mAh battery with a 67W fast charging option. It is one of the meat mid-range options for gaming.
The Oppo Reno series is best known for its camera performance and the latest Oppo Reno 8 continues to offer amazing performance with its 50MP LED triple camera setup. It has a 32 MP front camera for selfies. It is priced at Rs 29,999 for 128 GB of storage and comes with a MediaTek Dimensity 1300 chipset and a 4500 mAh battery.
The Google Pixel 6a has finally arrived in India, with the same Tensor chipset, as the Pixel 6 Pro, priced at Rs. 43,999. This mid-range product from Google has a 6.1-inch OLED display, and for photography, it has a 12MP dual camera setup and an 8MP selfie camera. Also, it has a 4410mAh lithium-ion battery that supports 18W fast charging.