| July 08, 2020
Gone are the days when buying a new smartphone, loaded with the latest tech, meant shelling out a hefty sum of money. In fact, one of the best parts of most of the newly-launched smartphones is that they come at a reasonable price, but offer all the features that you can look for in your new phone.
So, are you thinking about buying a new smartphone for yourself? Thankfully, it will not burn a hole in your pocket any longer because luxury has now become affordable with the high-end phones that promise value for money.
On that note, here’s taking a look at the top four value phones ruling the South African market. Read on to decide about your next smartphone purchase.
The top four value phones ruling the South African market.
The first entry on the list has to be the one from the brand Maraphones, which has created quite a buzz in the market with its feature-laden budget smartphones.
With Mara Z, you get features like 64-bit Octa-core Processor, along with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB internal memory. It also has a Snapdragon 435 processor. To top it off, there is a 5.7” HD display, 13 MP Selfie and Rear Camera, and Dolby Audio 5.1 sound system.
So, basically, it has all of the specifications that you expect from the high-end models in the market. But, believe it or not, Mara Z is the cheapest entry to this list of best value phones in South Africa.
Vodacom Aspire 5 is one of the most commendable budget phones that Vodacom has launched in the past few years. Its specifications are pretty commendable too. You will get a 4.95” display and 2 MP rear camera, along with 512 MB RAM and 16 GB internal memory.
However, the major issue with this phone, along with an obvious lack of storage space, is the fact that you will need a Vodacom SIM card to use the device.
Hisense Infinity U962 was launched about three years back, and it’s still going strong in the market in terms of popularity. The phone is powered by Spreadtrum SC7731G chipset and has 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage. Its other features include 5” display, 2 MP front camera, and 5 MP rear camera.
It is a really good phone to buy when you consider the price and the features, but it would have ranked much higher on the list if only it had better memory and camera specifications to boast.
Coming to the most expensive entries to this list, the Samsung Galaxy A20 is a good phone to buy if you have a budget of over three thousand bucks. You will get a 6.4” super AMOLED display, along with ultra-wide 5 MP and 13 MP cameras in the front and rear.
Though there is no denying that Samsung has really packed Galaxy A20 with many cool new features, remember that you will almost have to pay double the price than the cheapest phone on the list.
And that’s it! You now have all that you need to know about the most popular phones in South Africa that combine the best of features with the most reasonable pricing. So, go ahead and place the order for your new smartphone now!