If you’re trying to decide whether the Motorola One Vision or the Nokia 7.1 would be a better buy, then we’ve got you covered with this comparison. Find out exactly what sets these Android phones apart and which is best for you.
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Not everyone can afford to drop a grand on a new phone, but there’s really no need to, because budget phones are better than ever. Google’s Pixel 3a is a bargain and it joins solid options like the Nokia 7.1 and Moto G7. But which is best?
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The Nokia 4.2 has the potential to the best sub-$200 phone in the U.S.
Following its resurgence under HMD Global two years ago, Nokia has managed to carve out a niche for itself in the budget segment. While the brand launched a few flagships, it has primarily focused its attention on the budget segment in emerging markets like China and India. Nokia also introduced a few phones in the U.S. in the last two years to moderate success. The Nokia 7.1 continues to be the best $350 phone in the country, and the entry-level Nokia 3.1 is a decent option for those that want pure Android on a budget.
If you’re looking for a flagship device that also doubles as a photographer’s Swiss knife, you’re in luck, as Nokia’s high-end 9 PureView just dropped to $600, $100 off its original MSRP. For this price, you get five back cameras that take incredibly crisp photos, combined with Android One, which is free of bloatware and will receive updates for at least two years.
The rest of the specs are decent, as the Nokia 9 PureView has 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Read More