3 Best smartphones for students 2020


For a student, one of the most significant viewpoints when purchasing a smartphone is purchasing something that is solid without being excessively costly. Here are the 3 best smartphones for students in 2020.

1. Redmi Note 8

Redmi Note 8 is a mid-range phone that packs some nice features. Here are some key features:

Design:

You can watch the video above to see get the design information. To me looks good.

Display:

The screen is 6.3 inches a little bit smaller than the pro version 6.5 but otherwise, the display is quite similar. It’s an IPS LCD with what Xiaomi calls a dot notch display and a 1080p resolution.

Chipset

A high-performance mid-range chipset the Redmi Note 8 runs on Snapdragon 665 chipset. Which is new this year and either 4 GB or 6 GB of ram. The different markets might get different options. I wouldn’t expect flagship great performance Also, the snapdragon 665 is also energy efficient so hopefully battery life will be good with the 4000mah battery.

Camera:

Quad-camera setup nowadays even phones at a lower price. Redmi note 8 has a 48-megapixel main camera the quad Bayer filter an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera a 2-megapixel camera for taking macro shots and a depth sensor used in portrait mode the overall setup will give you the same level versatility as the pro version.

Others:

Finally, a loud loudspeaker the pro version speaker tested out a bit on the quiet side the quality on this model may be a bit better it’s still a single loudspeaker but there is a sound chamber within the phone which is supposed to amplify your audio it should give you more volume as well as more bass we’ll put that to the test in our full review so there you have it guys the

Price:

Redmi note 8 will cost 10,000 Indian rupees & around 125 euros.

2. Honor PLAY

Honor has joined companies like Razer by coming out with a smartphone specifically aimed at gamers but this one has focused more on affordability than on premium features. Here are some key features:

Design:

Unlike the glass back builds have been so popular recently but the honor play has a unibody of solid aluminum. Because of the curved sides and rounded corners the phone fits nice and comfortably in the hands and the matte finish helps give a bit of grip.

Display:

Honor play has 6.3 inch IPS LCD with a 1080p resolution it has a really tall aspect ratio – a 19.5:9. What you notice right away is to not cut out at the top.

Chipset:

Honor Play has high-level performance under the hood of Keren 970 chipsets. The same is in the flagship P20 and either 4GB or 6GB of RAM as you’d expect the honor plays benchmark scores are impressive on par with the top-of-the-line Huawei devices as far as heating goes the honor plays all-metal chassis helps disperse the heat and we didn’t see any throttling during games however there was eventually some heat build-up during extensive benchmark rounds.

GPU:

It comes with Huawei’s GPU Turbo technology out of the box, GPU turbo optimizes the use of resources behind the scenes for more efficient graphics processing and less power consumption. Honor play is excellent with a large 3700mah battery. When you do need to charge you can make use of the bundled 18-watt charger on our cause a quick charge as opposed to their faster supercharge as the name suggests it isn’t super fast as we only go from 0 to 35% in half an hour.

Camera:

The Honor play has the dual-camera setup similar to what we saw in the honors 7x. It has an F2.2 16-megapixel main camera. Face detection, Autofocus, and a secondary depth sensor. One feature shared by recent honor and equality owns is AI-driven Scene Recognition the algorithms recognize the subject and adjust shooting parameters and colors. With AI mode turned on daylight photos have more than enough detail. Saturated yet Pleasant colors low noise levels and superb contrasts if HDR is required is applied in real-time. So you get a lot out of both your shadows and your highlights the normal samples without AI are quite good too they have plenty of detail very accurate colors high contrast and even lower noise levels the dynamic range is quite impressive as well. Shooting in 1080p at 30fps allows for electronic stabilization the color contrasts and details are good like in the 4k videos but here there is some over-sharpening.

Price:

The honor play is a solid mid-range phone that just happens to be really good at gaming as around 320 euros is some of the best and it deserves a recommendation.

3. GOOGLE PIXEL 3a

Since the appearance of Google’s first cell phone, the Pixel marking has been saved for premium leads. That boat has now cruised, as the Silicon Valley mammoth is making moderate handsets in the Pixel 3a and 3a XL and selling them through pretty much every retailer it can. Google Pixel 3a is available for $299.

Design

  • 151.3 x 70.1 x 8.2mm, 147g
  • No notch
  • Plastic build
  • Single rear camera
  • fingerprint sensor
  • Stereo speakers
  • 3.5mm headphone jack

It has a snapdragon 670, Adreno 615, 4GB of RAM and so if pixel 3 was already having performance issues what’s this phone gonna be like. Well, I’m here to tell you after using this phone for a little while it performs kind of just like the pixel 3. It’s fine it gets the job done you will notice it’s not as smooth as the higher end ones and it definitely struggles with RAM management still there are apps closing in the background only 4GB of RAM.

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