Reasonable price combined with essential features make the Nokia 8110 4G a great budget phone. The iconic sliding design sports a 2.4-inch curved screen, a 2-megapixel camera and a Qualcomm processor – powered by a removable 1500 mAh battery. Play the legendary Snake game on your daily commute and connect to the internet through 4G LTE or WiFi.
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.
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.