1. Apple iPhone SE( third generation).
The 128GB iPhone SE is the best value in the smartphone market, epoch. That’s a great deal at $479 when you consider that it will continue to receive iOS updates for upwards of five, even six, or seven years.
2. Google Pixel 6A
The $449 Pixel 6A’s biggest asset is Tensor, the custom-built chipset used by Google in the flagship 6 and 6 Pro not only does this allow a great overall performance now, but it also means that 6A will last for many years to come.
3. Samsung A53 5G
The Samsung A53 5G offers an outstanding value for its $449 MSRP. It has one of the best screens in its class — no surprise from display maker Samsung — with a 6.5-inch 1080p OLED. It also uses a higher refresh rate of 120Hz, which makes for smooth scrolling and a little more of a “premium” experience.
4. OnePlus Nord N20 5G
The OnePlus N20 5G is a $280 phone that seems to be far more expensive. It delivers a 6.4-inch display with a good 1080p resolution. Better yet, it’s an OLED panel in a category where low-contrast LCDs are much more common.
5. Samsung Galaxy A13 5G
The Galaxy A13 5G is a no-frills phone, $249 which provides the fundamentals. His screen is not special, but the battery’s range and performance are very good considering the price, and the scheme is supported by a robust support policy promising three years of security updates.