Best phones under $300: Moto G-Power, Galaxy A50, LG K40, and more – CNET

Best phones under $300: Moto G-Power, Galaxy A50, LG K40, and more – CNET

If you are on a tight budget, but need a mobile phone, there are many devices that cost $300 or less. Many of our favorite phones from Motorola, which is not surprising, as the company has made the feature-rich budget phones for years. In addition to its latest phones, the Moto G pen  G-force, Motorola G mobile phones from 2019, are also still available for cheap. On top of that, there are a couple of Android phones from other mobile phone manufacturers that we recommend. To see our top picks, check out the list below and read CNET reviews. Note that we have links to the unlocked version of any phone, and you should providers at most of the four major US wireless company, unless otherwise indicated.

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If you are in search of a more favourable note 10 alternative, the $300 Moto G Stylus comes with a stylus that you can save, the help in the phone along with the built-in Notes application, with the help of productivity. The phone also features three bed rooms and rear cameras, 128 GB of storage space and a robust 4,000 mAh battery.

Read review of our Moto G pen.

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Although the Galaxy A50 came out last year (and is the predecessor to the newly announced A51 phone), it is still a great phone. Plus, at $250, it is even cheaper than when it launched for the first time. The phone has a 6.4-inch Super-AMOLED screen, a screen, a fingerprint reader, and a headphone Jack. On the back, the three cameras have a wide angle lens as well as a “deep-lens”, which is used to portrait shots with blurred, dramatic backgrounds.

Also read our Samsung Galaxy A50 check.

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The new Moto G is a bit cheaper than the G-pen for $250, but it packs a robust 5,000-mAh battery. In our Tests, it lasted an impressive four days without recharging. The phone has three rear cameras (a macro lens), a 6.4-inch display and expandable memory.

Read review of our Moto G Makes.

LG K40

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Available for under $200, the midrange LG K40 debuted in the year 2019 and has a 5.7-inch display, a fingerprint sensor and a 13-megapixel camera. The phone is powered by a octa-core processor and a 3,000 mAh battery.

Read the LG K40 hands-on.

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 Moto G7 maybe not as cheap as his G7-Play (see below)  – counterpart, but at $300, it’s still a good deal. Although the single speaker will not provide the best sound, and it takes a mediocre low-light photos and Videos, the Moto G7 has a rear dual-camera setup, a sustained battery life and a sleek design. It also loads quickly, which is useful if you need to juice while you’re on the go. 

Read make our Motorola Moto G7.

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 often discounted Moto G7 game is one of our favourite affordable Android phones. Like the Moto G7, it has a Snapdragon chipset and a water-repellent coating. But the G7 to Play, has a smaller 5.7-inch display and a single 13-megapixel camera. For those who like to take a lot of selfies on the front of the phone, you can find a selfie-camera flash to brighten up all those memorable moments.

Read more about Playing the Moto G7.

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As the mobile phone with the longest battery life we’ve tested, in 2019, the $250 Moto G7 Power take you through the whole day. Although it does not have, dual Power rear cameras such as the Moto G7 flagship model, the G7, a 5,000-mAh battery lasted 23 hours and 10 minutes.

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Released on Sat, 25 Apr 2020 16:30:00 +0000

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