Realme's new affordable smartphone has a design inheritance with a plastic back finish that is rough with a fancy diamond pattern while giving a clean feeling of less sweat and fingerprints.
The front of the machine shows the minimalism by a 6.1-inch IPS LCD screen with a soft "dewdrop" shape that maximizes the display space.
The companion Realme C2 with 13MP & 2MP rear dual camera cluster supports the capture of background images and the ability to quickly focus on PDAF. The front 5MP selfie camera of Realme C2 supports deleting fonts with smart beauty capabilities with the help of AI to respond quickly to the need for self-capture and quick sharing.
It comes with an 8-core Helio P22 chip with two different memory versions and pre-installed Android 9.0 Pie with ColorOS interface 6. Realme C2 continues to promote the strength of battery life when it comes with 4.000mAh battery up to 2 days on average. It sells for 2.79 million dong for 2GB RAM version and 16GB internal memory, 3.69 million dong 3GB RAM version and 32GB memory.
Cheap Nokia smartphones are designed from monolithic Polycarbonate plastic and have turned to water drop screens but the lower border – where the logo is – is still quite thick.
Nokia 3.2 continues to accompany Android One – the Android 9.0 Pie version – gently and quickly updated. The device has a separate hard-key used to call the virtual assistant Google Assistant.
Nokia 3.2 appearance still carries many familiar features of the seniors last year with a fake plastic glass shade balanced with the emerging camera cluster and fingerprint sensor placed in the middle.
The manufacturer also takes care of the machine details such as the power button with convenient notification LED. The device is equipped with 6.26-inch IPS LCD screen HD + using Snapdagon 429 four-core chip and 4.000mAh battery.
Nokia 3.2 only supports single 13MP rear camera and 5MP front camera with face unlock capability. 2GB RAM version and 16GB memory, no fingerprint sensor sold for 2.99 million VND, 3GB RAM version and 32GB memory sold for 3.69 million VND
Xiaomi Redmi 7
With Redmi 7, Xiaomi continues to promote the maximum configuration strategy to create a competitive advantage when equipped with Snapdragon 632 chip with outstanding performance in the price range.
Redmi smartphones can meet the need to use basic and powerful "plow" popular 3D games like Lien Quan Mobile or PUBG Mobile. The machine possesses a sleek appearance with fake glass plastic back and has a gradient transfer version.
Redmi 7 has a 6.26 inch IPS LCD screen with HD + 4.000mAh large battery combination and P2i nano coating for light waterproofing.
Xiaomi's "National Phone" also integrates a fingerprint sensor on the back and a 12MP & 2MP dual camera with 8MP front camera.
Stand on the shelf with Android 9.0 Pie with MIUI 9 interface and there are also 2 different memory versions. Redmi 7 RAM version 2GB and 16GB memory for 2.99 million dong price, 3GB RAM version and 32GB memory cost 3.69 million.
Asus Zenfone Max M2
Max M2 shows the energy-saving characteristics of the Zenfone Max series when it comes with a large 4,000mAh battery but still maintains a slender waist of only 7.7mm.
Unlike the three "water drops" above, Zenfone M2 M2 only slightly moved from the previous 18: 9 screen to "rabbit ears" 19: 9. In return, the representative of Asus supports RAM to 4GB with Snapdragon 632 chip to help improve the processing capacity and optimal multitasking in the price range.
The Max M2 also features a 13MP dual-camera – a large aperture of f / 1.8, which supports PDAF focus – and 2MP with video recording capability to 4K instead of just stopping at Full HD like competitors.
It also has an 8MP front camera to meet the need for self-shooting. The Max M2 has been pre-installed with Android 8.1 Oreo gently, close to the original Google and integrated with a one-touch fingerprint sensor on the back. The machine has a selling price of 3.79 million dong.