best smartphones for students


Every year and each month, we see new smartphones coming our way from various manufacturers. They all are doing their best to win customers’ hearts. Some models succeed, while the others fail. But one thing is clear – there are products for every group of users. As usual, we are introducing the latest smartphones that can meet students’ requirements most. In fact, when saying ‘the best phones for students’, the first thing that comes to our mind is the low-price. But this is not actual anymore. Students need and want stylish, powerful and accordingly priced smartphones. Oh, also, they should have the latest innovations and take great photos. Keeping in mind all the aforementioned features, we are introducing the latest models that will match these points most.

At the beginning of April, Lenovo released its own gaming smartphone in the face of the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro. Inside it carries the Snapdragon 888 platform, and also, it received a cooling system that includes a couple of turbines with independent air ducts. Plus, on the back, we can find a special ledge where the coolers are located. Thanks to these features, in AnTuTu, the phone scores 855,004 points.

This phone also sports a 144-Hz 6.92-inch AMOLED display. Its key parameters include a FullHD+ resolution, HDR10+, DC dimming, a response rate of 720 Hz and the peak brightness level of 1300nits. However, the most interesting thing is the front camera. There is no cutout on the front because the phone using a 44MP retractable camera to the right side. On the opposite side, it carries a triple-camera consisting of 64MP + 16MP (depth) + 2MP (macro) sensors resolution.

At last, the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro features a 5500mAh battery and supports 90W fast charging (45W for each of the two USB Type-C ports). The starting price is $565.

Much later, Xiaomi’s sub-brand launched its own gaming smartphone, which rewrote the rules in the niche. It’s not only the thinnest gaming smartphone having a thickness of 8.29mm but also it costs only 1999 yuan ($308). As you guess, we are talking about the Redmi K40 Gaming Enhanced Version.

The Redmi K40 Gaming Enhanced Edition has a top-notch screen, which uses an OLED flexible screen. The latter also supports 1.07 billion color display, 120Hz high refresh rate, three-finger simultaneous 480Hz touch sampling rate.


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