Sony Xperia XA1 Plus G3412 4G LTE Dual Sim Smartphone 32GB Black
Nokia 3 @ Dh499
While the Nokia 8 can easily be called an affordable smartphone at approx. Dh1,699, the Nokia 3 retails at an impressive Dh499. Pegged as one of the best cheap phones available, the 3 is built well and looks good.
Nokia 3 - 16GB, 2GB RAM, 4G LTE, Matte Black
Keeping the price in mind – the 3 isn’t very powerful, it runs on the lesser known MediaTek MT6737 processor. That being said – it is aimed at first time smartphone users who wouldn’t require that much power. Both front and rear cameras on the 3 are 8MP snappers, which (again, keeping the price in mind), does the job!
Moto G5 Plus @ Dh699
The Moto G5 Plus is still one of my favourite budget smartphones out there. Measuring 5.2-inches, the device supports dual SIM cards, features a water-repellent coating and runs Android 7.0 Nougat.
Motorola G5 Plus Fine Gold
LG Q6 @ Dh1,049
LG’s latest budget smartphone has recently hit the market as well. The Q Series features the FullVision display found in their flagship devices the G6 and V30; a similar concept to the displays found on Samsung flagships and the latest iPhone X/10/Ten.
Honor 9 @ Dh1,599
While we’re all hyper up with the latest 8s, the Note, the Nokia and the iPhone, Honor’s released their 9.