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Samsung’s best budget smartphones

We live in a world of endless tech opportunities now, and smartphones are very much driving this trend. Nowadays if you want a new phone, you’ve got a plethora to choose from, all subtly different in their own ways.

Samsung themselves don’t make the choice any easier with their array of amazing budget smartphones available. Here is a list of those phones to help to choose which one is right for you!

Samsung Galaxy A10

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This is the entry level Samsung device into the world of budget smartphones. If you want a phone that can do the basic functions of top-end devices, but don’t want to pay a premium for them, then this phone at under £200 is the one for you. The 13MP camera takes perfectly good photos and it’s battery of 3,400 mAh will get you through the day.

Samsung Galaxy A20

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Everything you love about the A10’s affordability and simplicity is found in the A20, only with modern day usage of apps like Snapchat and Instagram, the improved 8MP front-facing camera may suit you best.

Samsung Galaxy A30s

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With this device you’re starting to enter into £200+ territory, but the features make it certainly worth it. Three cameras on the back make this phone unique to the A-line as it receives this feature at such a low price, and it’s ‘sAMOLED’ display and Dolby Atmos features make this a real bargain spec-wise. In-screen fingerprint scanner works too.

Samsung Galaxy A40

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The A40 is a fascinating device. It’s no real upgrade spec-wise to the A10 and A20, perhaps because it was released at the same time as them (before the A30s). However, this phone, at just £190, delivers by far the slickest design available at this price. It has a better battery than the A10 & A20, and still manages to pack this added performance into a more screen-filled design, with minimal bezel on the chin. It’s small so makes it incredibly portable, and of course slick in the hand too.

Samsung Galaxy A50

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The A50 goes up a size both physically and spec-wise. Its 4,000 mAh battery gives you power throughout the day, and a bigger screen to enjoy all the content you love.

Samsung M30s

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Samsung’s latest product to hit the ‘budget’, or let’s say ‘mid-range’, phone market is the M30s. It’s not a part of the A-line but it delivers some very similar benefits. At just £230, you’re getting a phone with a 48MP camera, a super AMOLED display, a fingerprint sensor, 6,000 mAh battery 512GB of micro SD card storage.

Samsung Galaxy A70

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This is when you start to hit flagship-like smartphones on a budget price, and they’re truly great options for those on the market. The A70 boasts a huge screen with a raindrop notch, available at around £300. It’s a real bargain considering the camera quality, the display, the size and the speed of performance this device can deliver.

Samsung Galaxy A80

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This phone looks to change the game. The A80 is the first all screen display that Samsung has delivered to its customers, and it’s a real beauty. The phone is big giving you uninterrupted screen-time, with a pop-up camera that emerges from behind, using the high-quality main cameras for selfies as well. It’s as much a gimmick as it is a very good phone, but it is certainly a very affordable option considering the engineering and features within it, despite it coming in at a much higher fee than the others.

Samsung Galaxy A90 5G

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This phone is everything you love about the A70, but taken up a notch. 5G is offered on this phone, the first non-flagship device to boast it, promising optimal connectivity speeds in specific areas. The premium metal body make it feels sturdy and well-built, and it has a 6.7 inch stunning Infinity U display.

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