Nokia 1 has impressive specs for an affordable smartphone. Its powerful quad-core processor, will provide a smooth experience when running your favourite apps or streaming video. Its 5-megapixel main camera comes with an LED flash, and there’s and a 2-megapixel front camera for selfies and video calling – all for well under £100.
With the Galaxy J3 you can get the benefits of Samsung’s quality build, without a hefty price tag. Its 13-megapixel camera can create sharp, detailed images, and the front camera has face-recognition and an LED flash to help you up your selfie game, too. A sleek, stylish phone, it’s small enough to fit comfortably in your pocket, too.
The Sony Xperia L1 is designed to help you get the best from its impressive features. It learns how you use your phone, uses the information to optimise performance and offers to change preferences to make your life easier. It’s 13-megapixel camera makes it easy to take great pictures, too – so you’re always ready to capture life as it happens.
With a glass and metal design, the Galaxy A3 looks as premium as Samsung’s top models and the Super AMOLED display delivers super-vivid colours. The 13-megapixel camera has a fairly wide aperture lens, so it’s good in low light and the IP68 waterproof rating means you don’t need to worry if it takes a dip – all for less than £300.
As well as offering great value, iPhone SE is a top choice if want a smaller phone. It has the same powerful A9 chip and 12-megapixel camera as iPhone 6s – so you can take brilliant pictures and shoot 4K video and Slo-mo video up to 720 frames a second. Its traditional home button with built-in fingerprint sensor makes it a popular choice too.