Top 4G Smartphones Money can Buy

Last updated February 3rd, 2016

Nowadays, it’s very difficult for a smartphone consumer to make a choice. With the number of new companies offering smartphones it becomes extremely tedious for a consumer to take a call (literally). All phones available in this day and age are trying to outdo each other in terms of hardware and operating system. We’ve made a small list of the best possible 4G smartphones your money can buy to help you decide.

1. Asus ZenFone 2

This phone was unveiled at the CES 2015 and took everyone by surprise. Asus makes amazing smartphones, but this time they outdid themselves by making the most value for money smartphone of out times. Asus has taken design cues directly form the LG G3 and that is pretty evident.

The phone has a 4 GB ram mated to a 64-bit processor. The LTE enabled Intel Atom quad core processor is a mammoth and will make sure your games run super smoothly. The 5.5 inch 1080 p screen makes sure your videos and images shot on the 13mp camera look as real as possible. The device supports Dual Micro SIM and comes with 5GB free lifetime ASUS WebStorage that is being considered dazzling. It is packed with non-removable Li-Po 3000 mAh battery which delivers excellent multimedia backup along with stand by time. Hands down the best 4G phone currently. Fially, we can say Asus Zenfone 2 is value for money.

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 2. Lenovo k3 Note K50

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The 5.5-inch screen size smart phone is another value for money smart phone you can purchase. Priced at under 200$, this makes a perfect smart phone for those on a shoestring budget. The 4G-enabled phone comes mated with a MediaTek MT6752 64bit 1.7GHz octa-core high-speed processor. That is paired with a 2Gb ram and 16 GB of internal memory.

All this for less then 200$ is a little hard to believe, but we were impressed. This is another phone one should consider while selecting a budget 4G smartphone.

 3. Oneplus Two


Probably the best Android smartphone available in the market hands down. The 5.5-inch Corning III Gorilla glass smartphone comes with a snapdragon 810 processor. Running the Oxygen OS (based on the Android OS) this is probably the fastest and most advanced Android phone out there.

Priced at under 400$ one should consider purchasing this. With its 4Gb ram and 64 GB internal memory you could be rest assured of never running out of memory space ever! You can buy One Plus 2 on Gearbest with free shipping.

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 4. Infocus M810T 4G Phablet

Snapdragon Processors are considered most powerful by the experts and of course, the smartphones using Snapdragon are costly in comparison to others. But, Bloomtimes found Infocus M810T Phablet which comes with Snapdragon 801 processor and costs around $150 only. The handset flaunts 5.5 inch FHD Screen with 1920×1080 pixels resolution. It runs on Android 4.4 Kitkat OS and comes with a Micro SIM support. The phablet is powered by Quad Core 2.5GHz CPU and boosted by 2 GB of RAM. It has 16 GB of Internal storage that can be expanded up to 64 GB via Micro SD card. Infocus M810T sports a 13 MP camera on rear side with Sony-Exmor R sensor which lets user to capture quality snaps in both direct sun light and low light environments. If you are a selfie freak then 5 MP of front camera will impress you.

5. DOOGEE F5 4G Phablet

DOOGEE F5 4G Phablet

DOOGEE F5 is another 4G Phablet, well known for high performance gaming. The handset sports 5.5 inch FHD IPS OGS Screen that gives pleasant feel while playing multimedia games or watching movies. The phone is powered by 64 bit Octa Core processors with 3GB of RAM which is considered sufficient for hard core gaming. It also comes with 16 GB ROM which is expandable to 64 GB through micro SD slot. It features 13 MP back camera and 5 MP front camera. It costs 139$ in international market. If you are not satisfied, then you can check some more 4G smartphones on Gearbest.

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