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Poll: what's the best mid-range smartphone you can buy in 2019?

Poll: what's the best mid-range smartphone you can buy in 2019?

Top-of-the-range smartphones are what usually get the most attention, although a large part of the population has a middle-of-the-range mobile. That's why we're asking today what's your favorite mid-priced smartphone in 2019? Which one would you buy this year?

Every day, mid-range mobiles are less so middle of the road, as their specifications are closer to each manufacturer's flagships, with features such as a triple rear camera or a hole in the display. That's why they are a good alternative to buy with your own money, due to their good technical specs and a price that ranges between $200 and $400 (ish).

This year comes loaded with smartphones of this category and they are more than interesting. This is the case with Samsung, which has completely renewed its Galaxy A family, with the arrival of the A30, A50, A70 (for the moment).

Xiaomi is one of the stars in this section, with a multitude of devices in this range, such as the Redmi Note 7 that has surprised everyone, or the imminent Mi A3, successor to one of the great winners of 2018.

We also highlight the proposals of Huawei with its P Smart and Nova 4, as well as Nokia with its 8.1 and X71 that has little to envy to the Nokia 9 PureView. And we cannot forget LG, Honor, Sony and Motorola, which are also part of the vote.

Let us know what you think by taking part in this week's poll below.

What is the best mid-range smartphone you can buy in 2019?
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  • Leo Apr 18, 2019 Link to comment

    Geee... how many new phones one the market... I need a change... my phone is like 7 years old now:(


  • Mike Shylo Apr 14, 2019 Link to comment

    I just bought the moto g7 power and the battery is insanely good. Snappy phone too. Camera is meh but when you consider the price this thing is amazing.


  • Scott McDonald Apr 14, 2019 Link to comment

    Don't know about the g7 but voted for it as I just got a g6 for a friend in need and played around with it a bit while sitting up for her and for $180 it was a MUCH better phone than I expected it to be. Nice job Moto!


  • Terry Collins Apr 14, 2019 Link to comment

    Having had some top range fone I decided I wasn't prepared to spend €700 plus for a Phone anymore and went and got myself a €300 Motorola G7 plus,having had this phone for three weeks I am overly surprised by how good this phones performance is in all aspects and that is why I voted Motorola


  • Fazer Rider Apr 14, 2019 Link to comment

    To be honest, I've just bought a Xiaomi Mi8 for £280! best "mid-ranger" I've ever bought 😂


    • Gavin Runeblade Apr 15, 2019 Link to comment

      How hard was it to get it working on your network? My cell provider has had a bad time with them, but I've really been wanting to try some of the Xiaomi phones.


      • Fazer Rider Apr 15, 2019 Link to comment

        Wasn't difficult at all, SIM card in and away we went. I'm in the UK btw (which is why I paid in £'s)


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    Deactivated Account Apr 14, 2019 Link to comment

    I personally think a year or 2 year old flagship model is the best midrange phone. The Galaxy Note 8 is currently about $500 bucks, best midrange price phone out in my humble opinion.


  • CJ Brown Apr 14, 2019 Link to comment

    I voted Motorola but I'm biased because I have a Motorola G7 (truthfully the G7 Plus sadly not available in North America is the best mid tier out there)


  • beano Apr 14, 2019 Link to comment

    i will get a nokia 1 and a secondhand m4/3 camera, the money i saved can travel the world


  • Dean L. Apr 13, 2019 Link to comment

    In my opinion Nokia is the mid range brand to watch. The phones they're releasing are pretty compelling for the price and features they have. Now if they could bring out a 4G LTE version of the e71 that would be awesome since there still are users who want a physical keyboard. Blackberry has shown that with their Key and Key2 releases. I miss my Palm phone and might consider one that would work on my carrier which the blackberry key series didn't do.

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    • storm Apr 13, 2019 Link to comment

      i agree. Nokia is making some compelling deals. Band support still a little weak for US carriers last i looked

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