In many ways, it's just as good as the Galaxy S10 flagships. The display is fantastic, performance is top-notch, the cameras are surprisingly good, and you get the latest software out of the box. Its battery life is amazing and beats what you get with the Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy Note 10+.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite is a cheaper version of Samsung's flagship smartphones. This becomes immediately apparent from the rather simplistic plastic case, mid-range SoC, basic mono speaker, the slightly lower display luminosity and the lower count of supported LTE frequencies.
On the surface, the Oppo Reno 3 looks a lot like your modern flagship phone, with a shiny, eye-catching design, a four-camera array on the back, and a notch on the front. But it isn't priced like a flagship.
With the Galaxy A71, Samsung has created a good mid-range smartphone with all the virtues of its predecessor but with a few extras thrown in. The A71 has broader LTE coverage than the Galaxy A70 does, for instance, and it has an additional rear-facing camera. Its main rear-facing camera is a 64 MP sensor too, an upgrade over the 32 MP sensor that was included in the Galaxy A70. Like its predecessor, the A71 only takes good shots in daylight conditions.
If you're after a smartphone with a big screen, big battery and plenty of photography features, but don't want to break the bank, the Samsung Galaxy A51 could well be the phone for you.
The Realme XT is the first 64MP phone to make its debut in Pakistan alongside Redmi Note 8 Pro. The camera is a fantastic addition in this segment, and it is backed up by stellar internal hardware. The design isn't all that bad either, with the phone featuring a glass back — a first for Realme. Bring all that together and you get a standout phone in the budget segment.
The Vivo V17 is a fine addition to the company's portfolio for 2019. It brings a few attractive features such as an immersive punch-hole display and a quad-camera setup. It also features an impressive battery life along with fast charging support. Additionally, the phone's lightweight design makes it great to work with.
After so much of wait and hype, Xiaomi finally released Redmi Note 8 Series in Pakistan in October 2019. The “Pro” variant comes with a 6.53 inches IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1080x2340 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. Redmi Note 8 Pro is powered by an Octacore MediaTek Helio G90T processor that features 2 cores clocked at 2.05GHz and 6 cores clocked at 2GHz. It comes with 6GB of RAM. The Redmi Note 8 Pro runs Android 9 Pie and is powered by a 4500mAh non-removable battery. The phone also packs with a quad-camera setup on the back and a single selfie shooter in the front. We are also getting a physical fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone.
|Product Name||Lowest Price||Rating|
|Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite||Rs. 108,599||4 / 5|
|Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite||Rs. 95,300||4 / 5|
|Oppo Reno 3 Pro||Rs. 57,100||5 / 5|
|OnePlus 7T||Rs. 89,999||5 / 5|
|Samsung Galaxy A71||Rs. 64,999||5 / 5|
|Samsung Galaxy A51||Rs. 47,300||5 / 5|
|Realme XT||Rs. 48,300||5 / 5|
|Huawei Y9s (2019)||Rs. 39,699||5 / 5|
|Vivo V17||Rs. 51,300||5 / 5|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro||Rs. 38,750||5 / 5|