The era in which the mid-range telephone segment was plagued by mediocre and unoriginal phones has
long been left behind, fortunately. For some years, the intermediate lines of the leading manufacturers
have been the engine of the development of the Android ecosystem and without a doubt, the sector
that has evolved the most over the generations.
So much so, that it is not surprising that, in the middle
of 2019, some firms bet much stronger when creating their mid-range phones than when
developing high-end phones, because after all, they are more affordable phones and with a larger
audience potential, and it is in them where they can demonstrate their capabilities when it comes
to creating phones for all kinds of audiences.
Moreover, 2018 has been, precisely, one of the best years, if not the best, for mid-range smartphones, and this
2019 aims to overcome it. Throughout the last months, we have seen how the brands have put all the
meat in the spit to be able to take a part of this disputed cake, creating real wonders of price content
that, today, cover the positions of best Android phones mid-range 2019.
Samsung Galaxy M10
The new Samsung M range comes to the market with the Samsung Galaxy M10 as the leading exponent, a
smartphone with a screen size of more than 6 inches where we find a notch in the form of a drop of
water in what Samsung has called the Infinity-display V. Again we find a double camera on a Samsung
smartphone as well as a battery of 3,400 mAh.
The price of the Samsung Galaxy M10 for Spain is still a mystery. If we stick to the currency exchange,
the model of 2 GB and 16 GB is close to 8000 Rs, while the 3 + 32 GB would be less than 8000
Xiaomi Redmi 6.
The Xiaomi Redmi 6 is the center of the new generation of Redmi models. The Xiaomi Redmi 6 has a
quite an acceptable size, especially considering that it houses a panel of almost 5.5 inches, although the 18:
9 aspects and the reduction of frames makes the model does not suffer in the ergonomic aspect. The
the upper frame has the headphone jack, an improbable position, and the lower one with the micro USB
port for loading and transferring files, leaving the speaker reserved for the back.
Asus Zenfone Max M1.
This is the Zenfone Max M1, revealed last year by the Taiwanese, but arrives this year under the name
Zenfone Max M2, to fit it into the new generation.
Two variants are being sold out, with a small difference between them. While the first and simpler
uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor, the second and most powerful processor has a
Snapdragon 430 chipset.
The handset is now available at the official ASUS online store for purchase in black and gold colors. The
price charged for it is less than 8000 and can be split up to 12 times without interest. At the moment,
there is no information about availability in physical stores.