For many people, especially in developing countries, the switch from a normal mobile phone to a smartphone means purchasing a low-cost smartphone to try things out. In this post, we shall cover the best choices that you have in such a case, assuming that you have a budget of up to $100.
- Doogee X5 for $60:
The cheapest one in our list, yet does not compromise in terms of specifications. Packs a 5 inch HD screen with 1 GB RAM and MTK6580 Quad-core processor.
- Doogee Y100X for $85:
5 inch HD display with One Glass Solution technology. Features a camera combo of 8 MP and 5 MP on the back and front side respectively. Near border-less display makes this curvy phone look gorgeous.
- Mlais M9 Plus for $72:
The screen could have been a bit more vibrant with a better resolution, otherwise this phone is superior than others in many aspects. It packs a Octa-core processor and a 13 MP camera on the rear side.
- Ulefone Be X for $90:
4.5 inch screen with qHD display provides for a decent viewing experience. MTK6592M octa-core processor, along with 1 GB RAM and 8 GB of internal memory makes this a phone with good performance levels.
- Landvo L500S for $70:
5 inch WVGA screen might look pixelated, but the phone tries to make up for this with other specifications, like a Octa-core processor and 1 GB RAM combination which is good at this price point.
- Elephone P6I for $85:
This iPhone inspired device has a 5 inch screen with qHD resolution. 13 MP primary camera and 5 MP secondary camera are the selling point of this device.
- Leagoo Elite 4 4G for $100:
This phone has an qHD display, and sails on the latest 5.1 Android Lollipop operating system. OTG and HotKnot support, along with great looks, makes this one a good choice for the price point that it's being offered at.