These are some great phones they're under 300 bucks on amazon. I will leave all the links to these below and some more information on them as well, so you can go and check out availability and prices in your region, but let's get into the first one, which is for motorola. We have the moto g power, and this takes a lot of boxes for me. So, with this 300 price range we're going to have to give up the chipset it's going to be a good chipset in this price range, but not the most powerful. But what i really want to see is a nice big screen, maybe some extra cameras at the back, a big battery and hopefully a modern design and the moto g power. Pretty much ticks all of those. So you have a snapdragon 665 in this phone it's an 11 nanometer chipset. I would say this chipset gets beaten by all of the other phones in this list, so that is one of the main downsides for the phone. But it's got a lot of upsides. It'S got a really big screen with a whole punch, selfie camera, so it's a modern design. It looks like a 2020 smartphone it's got a huge battery over 5000 milliamp hours, that's, probably gon na last, at least two days, depending on how you use it, of course, but it's very big. So i like that you also get a triple camera system on the back, so you get 16 megapixel main sensor.
You get an ultra wide camera and a macro camera as well, so there's, no zoom camera on this phone. A couple of other phones in the list do have a zoom camera, so if camera zoom is really important for you maybe go for them, but overall as a package, this takes a lot of boxes and it's actually way under 300 bucks in the states. You also get 4k video recording on this one. If you want to step up to that. Maybe the stabilization gets a bit wobbly. If you go to that, one 1080p would probably be recommended, but overall the specs are very decent. You have a fingerprint sensor on the back, not my favorite position. I would prefer it either under the screen or in this price range, possibly on the side. Actually, one phone in this list does have an under screen and the rest pretty much are side mounted. Moving on, though, to a redmi phone – and actually this is kind of three redmi phones. So the redmi note 9 pro note 9s and then note9 pro for asia, basically it's the same phone with some little differences here and there, depending on which market you're in. But if you're looking for a great value phone with just a ton of specs for this price, then redmi give that to you. I would say: xiaomi and redmi really do produce amazing value for money. Phones in this price range because they offer a ton of specs for the price.
The screen is bigger than the moto g it's 6.67 inches and you get a snapdragon 720 g. This is a new chipset for this year, it's 4g, so there's no 5g on here, but it is a new chipset and it's, an 8 nanometer chipset, which up until like last year, was like a flagship chipset. So eight nanometer process is really good. This isn't going to be as powerful as flagship socs right now, but it's solid enough for this phone. You also get six gigabytes of ram, which is really good for this price as well. The phone i'm looking at, which is the note9 pro, has a quad camera system. Two of those are macro and depth, so yeah not the most useful, but you get a high megapixel main image sensor and an ultra wide as well. The selfie camera is 16 megapixels. Megapixels don't matter too much when it comes to the selfie camera, but i like the fact that it's center positioned in a hole, punch, it's, really modern. I like it in the center rather than off to the side that's, just my personal preference. You also get a side mounting fingerprint sensor which again for me, if i'm going to have it either on the back or the side, i would choose the side a huge battery as well: 5 000 milliamp hours and depending on which phone you're getting in which region It could have either 18 30 or 33 watt charging anything above 18 watt.
To be honest, is really good at this price range and 30 or 33. it's a really good spec out phone for the price. Moving on, though, to a rival of redmi, the realme 6 pro, and just to make you aware, the 7 has actually just been released in. I think china maybe uh rest of asia, maybe india as well but uh in terms of western markets you'll be looking at the real me six pro. If you are in asia, you may be able to pick up the seven or seven pro that's just been released. The roaming seven pro does have some advantages, but the real me, 6 pro is still a decent phone. For me. You get a 90 hertz refresh rate on this screen, so that's just a higher refresh rate than usually which you get with 60 hertz. It does make the phone feel different and it actually makes the phone feel faster and zippier, even though you don't have the most powerful chipset that 90 hertz screen does change the way that you use it. This phone also has a 720 g chipset from snapdragon, so it goes really head to head with that. Redmi note: 9 pro. This phone really is supposed to rival that redmi note 9 pro, but it is different in a couple of ways. It has a two time, zoom camera on the back, whereas the redmi doesn't, and it has an extra ultra right camera in the front which the redmi doesn't have.
It also puts it off to the left in a hole punch depending on which design that you like or if you're camera centric you might want to choose one or the other. Now the redmi 7 pro actually has some really good upgrades over the 6 pro. It moves to an amoled display, which i personally prefer. You got really high quality with amoled there's, no high refresh rate, though, and also with the 7 pro you actually get 65 watt fast charging in that phone, which is crazy for that price. But again you can live without it. I think the 6 pro is a really solid phone, depending where you are in the world. You may want to go for it another phone by xiaomi. No, this time under the poco brand is the poco x3 nfc, which really is made for international markets. This phone is just over 300. I think on amazon, again, i'll put all the links below, depending on which country you're on the price might be different, but it's worth putting on this list. This one, i would say, is a slight specs upgrade to the note 9 pro you're, getting a 120 hertz refresh rate on that screen. So that is just a great spec and it does change the way you use the phone. It makes everything feel faster and zippier when you're moving in and out of the system, you get a snapdragon, 732g chipset, so a bit complex, what's, the difference between the 720g and the 732g well, they're, actually both manufactured on an eight nanometer process and essentially the daily Use that you're gon na get out of them won't have any differences, so i wouldn't really worry about it.
You also get 4k video recording a high megapixel main image sensor, an ultra wide and then a depth and a macro again, not the most useful. For me, 33 watt charging on this. One, though, is a good spec. So do you get the redmi note 9 pro or the poco x3 nfc? They are more or less the same phone. There are some slight differences, but they're both going to give you pretty much exactly the same experience when using them, so they come down to where you are in the world and which one is available for you finishing off the list, though – and i really want to Put this one in here, because it is a brilliant phone honestly it's, the samsung a51. Now this is usually well above 300, but there are a few outlets selling this for 300 bucks more or less on amazon, so go and check those out. Hopefully they are available in your area, because this is a great price for this phone, so this phone essentially excels in a couple of areas. The first and most important is the screen. For me, it uses a samsung amoled screen and for me they just are the best to look at the colors. Are amazing it's an amoled, so you get amazing contrast, it's, a fantastic screen with a modern design and then really the next standout feature of me is the cameras, not just the hardware, but also the image processing.
I personally just prefer the way that samsung processes its images, i think they're a little bit more natural than the other brands again that's just down to me and my personal preference, though you get okay specs when it comes to the battery and charging it's a 4 000 milliamp hour battery with 15 watt charging does get beaten out by pretty much all the other phones. The chipset as well does get beaten out by a couple of others: it's a 10 nanometer chipset from samsung again with daily usage you're not going to notice. This difference, but i do have to mention that 10 nanometer chips are just not as powerful or efficient as those eight nanometer chips as a package, though for 300, if you can get that phone at that price, i think it's a great deal, but it is a Massively tough choice for me, i can't believe how good all of these phones are for 300. You can get amazing deals in this price range. All of these phones have multiple cameras, good screens in one way or another, and big batteries with fast charging, most of them as well. So some great value here check out those links. If you want to go and view those phones other than that, that is it for this one. Thank you for watching thumbs up.