Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Nokia Lumia 520 Vs Huawei Ascend W1 vs Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 : The Budget Smartphones That Pumped Up The US Market

Exceeded the budget this month? And you need a smartphone too! Don’t fret; we are here to the rescue. Read on as we list down some of the best budget smartphones filling the market shelves.

Nokia Lumia 520

With a decent display size and resolution, the Nokia Lumia 520 makes a great Windows 8 device. You can pick the PAYG Lumia 520 at £99.95 and a SIM-free device at £139.95.

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Orange San Diego

With an Intel Atom processor, this smartphone runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Costing £199, the 4.03-inch PAYG Orange San Diego seems to have a bright future.

Huawei Ascend G330

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Solid and smooth, the PAYG Ascend G330 comes packed with a price tag of £100.

Sony Xperia U

Well-built and stylish, the SIM-free version of 3.5-inch Sony Xperia U can be bagged at £149.95, whereas PAYG offers it for £79.99.

Nokia Lumia 620

With a 5-megapixel camera and 3.8-inch screen, a SIM-free version of Nokia Lumia 620 costs £169.95, whereas PAYG offers it for £129.99.

HTC Desire C

Running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the PAYG HTC Desire C costs £79.99. Bag a SIM-free version of the device at £139.95.     

Samsung Galaxy Ace 2

Sleek and stylish, the impressive Ace 2 from PAYG comes at £129.95 and a SIM-free version costs £169.95.

Huawei Ascend W1

Costing £129.99, the Huawei Ascend W1 comes with a plethora of features and specifications.

HTC Desire X

Costing at around £199.95 from PAYG, the HTC Desire X is a great mid-range smartphone that’s UI intuitive and stylish. A SIM-free Desire X costs £214.99.

Samsung Galaxy Mini 2

Costing £69.99 at PAYG, the Galaxy Mini 2comes packed with microSD slot, removable battery and NFC. A SIM-free version of the smartphone costs £139.99.


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