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Realistically, when it comes to the budget-smartphones versus older flagships, it depends on how ‘old’ you’re looking to go.
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The amount of value and features you can find in smartphones that cost less than $200 is a lot more than what it was even only a few years ago.
If our round-up of the best Apple and Android smartphones you can find for under $400 and $500 wasn’t good enough for you, here’s our latest list of the top 10 best Android and Apple phones you can find for under $300.
We’ve put together a little buyers guide below that highlights a few of the best smartphone options available at the moment, depending on what you’re looking for.
Here are our Editor’s Choice picks for the best mobile devices you can buy in 2018.
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