3 “terrible” smartphones in 2021 are even better because of the reduced price of millions of dong – Hi-tech Fashion
There are smartphone models from the previous year that can be even better than later upgrades.
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE – VND 12.1 million
Samsung launched the S21 series earlier this year, and at first glance, it’s an attractive upgrade over the S20 FE. For an extra $100, you get a better processor, more RAM, and 8K video recording.
The S20 FE has a genuine telephoto camera, a microSD card reader, an included charger and a stronger battery. Samsung also removed the weak Exynos 990 chipset on the 4G version and replaced it with the Snapdragon 865.
Sony Xperia 5 II – 12.9 million VND
Launched at the end of 2020 with impressive configuration, Xperia 5 II has Snapdragon 865 SoC, 6.1-inch 120Hz OLED screen, rear camera cluster with 3 flexible lenses (all three have 12MP resolution), and 4,000 battery mAh helps the device work all day long.
Combined with the 3.5mm port, microSD card slot, and IP68 water/dust resistance rating, you’ve got a phone that’s worth the money.
OnePlus 8 Pro – 12.9 million dong
OnePlus 8 Pro is a memorable product from OnePlus, the first true high-end flagship model launched by this manufacturer. It doesn’t come cheap at $900, but it’s packed with advanced features, including 30W wireless charging, IP68 standard, and a 120Hz QHD+ OLED display.
Other features worth mentioning are a 4,510mAh battery, a good all-round 4-lens camera cluster (including a 48MP IMX689 main sensor and a 48MP IMX586 ultra-wide camera).
According to Phan Hoang – Synthesis (Vietnamese people)
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