If you’re here because you’re at a loss as to which device to buy within the range of 40,000 to 50,000 Pakistani Rupees, then you’ve come to the perfect place. It’s safe to say that you can get premium and even flagship-level capabilities in this market.
To assist you, we have compiled a shortlist of some of the finest smartphones now available for less than Rs 50000. One of these gadgets would allow you to take fantastic photos, watch films online, and play the most advanced mobile games comfortably and in style.
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Buying Guide for the Best Mid-Range Smartphones of 2022:
Here is a selection of affordable mobile phones:
1. Samsung A32
The Samsung A32 price in Pakistan is very affordable, and sports an all-new look, a 90Hz AMOLED screen, a gigantic 5000mAh battery, and three years of Android updates. However, the phone constantly slows in day-to-day use, the fast charging is capped at 15W, and the value isn’t as good as competing devices.
MediaTek’s Helio G80SoC fuels the Samsung Galaxy A32. The processing speed and power of this unit are remarkable. At this price, though, it lacks in just about every respect. The Samsung A32 price in Pakistan is Rs 50,999.
2. Realme 9i
The Realme 9i, which debuted in Pakistan in February at a starting price of Rs. 42,999, is the lowest-priced smartphone ever released in the country. This phone’s current price, roughly Rs. 45000 and confirmed by numerous vendors, moved other handsets ahead of it in terms of price.
The Realme 9i, with its reduced price and impressive set of features, may be the most effective alternative to your current daily driver smartphone. The Realme 9i’s 6GB RAM and 128GB storage is much appreciated for their low price. The cameras are also high-quality, including a 50MP primary camera and a triple-sensor arrangement. The phone is capable of 1080p video recording at 30FPS. It has a Type-C port for charging the phone, a 3.5mm audio jack on the frame, and a fingerprint scanner on the side.
3. Redmi Note 11
The Redmi Note 11, like every budget phone, is a compromise: the design, build quality, screen, and battery life are outstanding, but the back camera quality and the general performance are where you’ll notice the savings on the price of the handset have been made. The Redmi Note 11 price in Pakistan is Rs 39,999.
4. Infinix Hot 12 Pro
There is now an Infinix phone available in India called the Infinix Hot 12 Pro. Despite being a budget phone, it is one of the least expensive options, with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. The Infinix Hot 12 Pro price in Pakistan is Rs 38,999.
Infinix Hot 12 Pro comes with the Unisoc T616 SoC, which goes hand to hand in terms of performance with Mediatek Helio G85 and Mediatek Helio G88 chipsets. That’s a top-tier showing among the competition’s mobile devices. This is a clear upgrade compared to the recently released Redmi 10A Sport, which uses the MediaTek Helio A22 chipset.
5. Vivo Y21
We have the Vivo Y21 in for review since it is one of many smartphones in the Vivo Y series that fall into the mid to high-priced category. The phone has a familiar design that immediately identifies it as a member of the Vivo family. The Vivo Y21 price in Pakistan is Rs. 36,999.
It’s sleek and slick, with a minimal profile that highlights Vivo’s trademark camera placement. Regarding processing power, the Vivo Y21 relies on the Helio P35 chipset, an octa-core processor clocked at up to 2.3GHz. For those needing even more storage space, you can take 1GB of the 64GB available on the device’s internal ROM and add it to the 4GB already in the RAM.