Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Oppo Reno 3 Pro which one is the king?

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Oppo Reno 3 Pro which one is the king?

Samsung Note 10 Lite and Oppo Reno 3 Pro which one is the king?


Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Oppo Reno 3 Pro which one is the king?



Although Samsung has created a different user experience for smartphones with its Galaxy Note series, other manufacturers have not taken this road much. We just remember that LG had a few tries. However, Samsung also kept the members of the Note series at the upper-class level, restricting everyone's easy access to these phones. If you wanted a phone where you would take notes and draw with the S Pen capacitive stylus, you had to pay a pretty high amount. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite after a long time reducing the possibility of using the S Pen to a much more convenient level. In an environment where the price of the Galaxy Note 10 starts at a point close to 500USD, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite provides the opportunity to use the S Pen at half the price of 250USD and benefit from what it offers. Of course, some compromises have to be made in return.  In this article, we will give you a quick review regarding the Note 10 Lite.


On the flip side, the Oppo Reno series, which debuted last year, is showing rapid progress. We saw the third generation of members in China late last year. In early 2020 we saw different variants of the Oppo Reno 3 series, since the beginning of May. Two models in the Reno 3 series are sold in the country. The first of these, the Reno 3, is a mid-segment phone and we have conveyed the details in the Oppo Reno 3 review. Another product, Reno 3 Pro, draws attention with its superior features and its design and material quality that approach a little more flagship phones. Also, the technical features are shifting in that direction. In this article, we will make a compersion between the Note 10 Lite and Reno 3 Pro to see who the king is.

Samsung Note 10 Lite and Oppo Reno 3 Pro which one is the king?

 Design & Display.


  Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Oppo Reno 3 Pro are marvelous smartphones.  The Galaxy Note 10 Lite has a body that combines glass and plastic. In this respect, it has the air of a Galaxy A series phone, just like the Galaxy S10 Lite. The 8.7-millimeter thick body is 199g. have weight. With these values, it remains within reasonable limits for a smartphone. The frame surrounding the 6.7-inch screen is not large, which makes the surface area of​​the phone smaller than normal. As a result, Galaxy Note 10 Lite is an ergonomic phone and it is possible to perform many operations easily with one hand.

Even though it's a phone made of plastic in general, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite feels like a solid phone. It lacks water and dust resistance. For this reason, it is useful to be careful in the rain or by the sea. Samsung has placed the screen protector film on the phone screen from the very beginning. Thus, there will be no need to incur additional costs to protect the screen.

On the bottom edge is the USB-C port, microphone, speaker, and S Pen slot. We see that the Galaxy Note 10 Lite has a 3.5mm headphone jack, while the Galaxy S10 Lite is absent. For those who are undecided between these two models with a close price, this difference may be effective. There is a second microphone on the upper edge. On the right side, we see the volume keys and the power button. The keys have good depth, but also neither too hard nor too soft. It can also be used easily by hand. On the left side, we see the nano SIM card and microSD card tray. You can also use a second line Galaxy Note 10 Lite by sacrificing the memory card.

On the front, the screen design Samsung calls the Infinite-O is used. There is a camera hole centered on the top of this screen, which we also see in other members of the Note 10 series, and there is a selfie camera. The camera hole has been kept as small as possible. Thus, there is not much trouble in the full-screen view. The screen is flat, not curved like the more expensive members of the Note 10 series. On the back, we see three cameras placed in a rectangular shaped camera module in the upper left corner. The camera module does not look very attractive, but its very little outward leakage is a plus.

 Contrastingly, The Oppo Reno 3 model comes with a plastic and glass combination body. In contrast, Oppo has used glass and metal on the higher-priced Reno 3 Pro to make this phone feel close to that of high-end Android phones. The front and back are covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 glass. The screen curves sideways, creating a symmetrical appearance on the front and back. The edges are surrounded by a frame made of aluminum. It is relatively light, with a weight of around 175 grams, and we feel it when we pick up the phone. The phone does not feel too heavy in the hand.

 The phone is comfortably held in hand, and it will be possible to easily reach most of the screen and benefit from the basic functions of the phone with one hand. The screen protector comes with the film attached, and a transparent case comes out of the box. However, we preferred to use the Reno 3 Pro without a case. There were no noticeable scratches or abrasions. When we looked carefully at the aluminum section surrounding the edges, we saw very small deformations, they are also at a level that can be ignored. At the same time, although we dropped it from a height of 30-40 cm several times, there was no damage to the body.

 The previous two generations of Oppo Reno series were different from other brands' phones in terms of design. It contained remarkable design elements. For example, the pop-up selfie camera mechanism in the shape of a shark fin was used on both the Reno and Reno 2 models. Also, a small hemisphere on the back that prevented the camera from being scratched was a small but nice design element. In addition, the protruding of the cameras was a remarkable detail. In the Oppo Reno 3 and Reno 3 Pro, we see that they do not continue. Oppo has adopted the design of other phones we've seen in the market. Perhaps the company chose to follow a guaranteed policy, seeing that users generally show interest in such designs.

 As a result, we have a selfie camera placed in the screen hole on the front, and a camera module that contains four cameras and flash arranged vertically in the upper left corner and slightly protruding outward. However, Oppo refers a little to the old when it comes to the color scheme on the back. When you hold the Reno 3 Pro to the light, we see a little reflected line. This can be recorded as a nice design element.

 The Reno 3 Pro has a USB-C port, microphone, nano-SIM and microSD card tray on the bottom edge. Also, one of the speakers is located here. The second speaker is placed at the top of the screen. On the upper edge is the second speaker. There is the power button on the right side and the volume keys on the left side. These are located within easy reach when you hold the phone naturally. The key depth is not high, we can say that it is comfortable to use even though we feel slight resistance.

 As far as display is concerned, Samsung Note 10 Lite comes with a 6.7 Super AMOLED display.  It also called and it is called Infinity-O Display due to the punch hole camera design. It occupies 86.6% of the front of the device. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite has a 1080 x 2400 resolution with 393 PPI. The screen is very similar to the screen of the A71. Wide viewing angles, high brightness, and comfortable use outside are among the features of the screen. The black color depth of the screen is high and the contrast is good. Vivid colors are also offered, as a classic of Super AMOLED displays. If you want, you can adjust the color temperature of the screen, in other words, the white balance, according to your wishes.

Galaxy Note 10 Lite's screen offers more than enough space to browse the web and use apps. The responsiveness of the screen is also good, there is no stuttering in scrolling and dragging. In this respect, we also found the fluency good. The screen also meets the needs of watching movies or TV series on Netflix or browsing YouTube videos. In short, this screen is enough for a good visual experience.

There is a single speaker on the lower edge, and this speaker provides a loud enough sound for a smartphone. When you watch videos on YouTube or want to listen to music with your friends, this speaker will be enough. The presence of the 3.5mm jack will make your hand comfortable to use the headset you want. Note that there is also support for Dolby Atmos.

Of course, beyond the efficiency feature, we mentioned above, the main attractive point for those who will prefer Note 10 Lite will be the S Pen. The S Pen, which is easily removed from its slot in the lower right corner of the phone, is one step lower than the Note 10 and 10 Plus models in terms of material quality and feel, but it is satisfying enough in terms of features and performance.

The S Pen on the Note 10 Lite also has Bluetooth connectivity and an internal battery. Using the pen like a remote control, you can quickly switch to the previous and next content in the gallery or presentations. You can also use it as a remote control in the camera application. In YouTube and various applications, various operations can be performed by pressing the button on the S Pen one or two times. However, there is no feature introduced with the Galaxy Note 10 series in the middle of last year, such as moving the pen in the air and performing certain movements.

You can take quick notes on the closed screen by removing the S Pen from its slot while the screen is off, and store them in the Samsung Notes app. You can also access the Contactless Command screen when you remove the pen while the screen is on. Here, too, there are practical S Pen tools such as note creation, smart selection, screen annotation that we have seen on previous Galaxy Note series phones. We also see fun tools like Live messages and AR Scribble. The Flip tool also remains a useful S Pen feature.

The S Pen is very comfortable to use in Note 10 Lite, and tasks such as writing and drawing can be done like a pencil. The Samsung Notes app is at the center of taking notes and drawing with the S Pen. Accuracy is high in translating handwritten notes into plain text. In addition, the feature of searching in handwritten notes is among the features offered by Note 10 Lite. In short, the S Pen experience in Galaxy Note 10 Lite manages to be largely on par with its more expensive siblings.

 On the flip side, Oppo Reno 3 Pro comes with a 6.50 Super AMOLED display with curved edges. The screen occupies 87.0% of the front of the device. The Reno 3 Pro has a 1080 x 2400 resolution with 405 PPI. This value is enough for a sharp and clear visual experience. Oppo underlines that this screen has a screen brightness of up to 500 nits. We did not measure this value, but the screen of the Reno 3 Pro is bright enough and provides good visibility outside.

  With the use of AMOLED screen technology, opportunities such as wide viewing angles, a good view under sunlight, and taking advantage of the constantly on-screen features even when the screen is off are provided.

 The corners of the Reno 3 Pro's screen is rounded and matched to the body of the phone. The selfie camera hole in the upper left corner has been kept as small as possible. In this way, it does not scratch much when watching videos or playing games in full screen. The long sides of the screen are curved sideways. 90 Hz refresh rate is one of the features of the screen. This feature is set automatically by default, determined by the context. If you want, you can choose the 90 Hz option. You can see the difference in this high refresh rate while browsing the user interface or scrolling while browsing the web. Of course, the difference in this high refresh rate can also be seen in games. Of course, this is slightly higher battery consumption in return.


 Oppo's mid-top segment smartphone has two speakers, one on the lower edge, the other on the front and top of the screen. The phone provides a good and satisfactory volume output. The stereo sound effect is not fully achieved, the volume of the speaker on the lower edge is a little higher. Still, it's pleasing to see two speakers on a phone like this. Besides the high volume, bass and treble balance is good. At the same time, the environmental sound effect is satisfying. The headphone with USB-C tip out of the box also provides a satisfying sound experience


Samsung Note 10 Lite and Oppo Reno 3 Pro which one is the king?



 Operating System and Process.


 Both phones offer the ultimate good processors for daily use. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite offers a  good processor for daily use. The Note 10 Lite powered by the Samsung Exynos 9810. It comes with 8 cores and 10nm build. Whereas The Reno comes with the MediaTek HelioP95 CPU. It comes with 8 cores and 12nm build.

Regarding the GPU, Samsung Galaxy Lite has the Mali-G72 MP18. While the Reno 3 GPU is the PowerVR.

In Geekbench 5, the CPU scored 665 for single-core and 1947 for multicores.  While Oppo Reno 3 Pro GPU scored 396 points for the single-core and 1508 points.

PUBG started with high settings, and the smoothness was good. The device supports Game Booster Mode, where it helps you manage the battery performance while gaming. You can also check the device temperature, record the screen while playing to share it with others.

 Regarding the Reno 3 Pro, PUBG game started with high settings and the smoothness was good. The device supports GameSpace mode, which will enable you to know the battery percentage and Internet connection. It also blocks notifications while gaming. It also offers 3 gaming modes: the first one is called the competition mode. This mode provides the best gaming performance. The second mode is the Balance mode, which balances the performance of the device with the gaming performance. The third mode is called the Low Power Mode, which consumes less energy while gaming.
  
According to the operating system, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note 10 Lite with Android 10 and One UI 2 user interface. With a recent update, most of the innovations we saw with the S20 series came to Note 10 Lite. For example, the Samsung Daily panel at the far left of the main screen is one of them. Apart from that, called Quick Share. A sharing tool similar to AirDrop on the devices of the company and offering practical sharing opportunity also met with Galaxy Note 10 Lite owners. Apart from this, many Samsung, Google, and Microsoft applications are installed on the Note 10 Lite as well as the Samsung Galaxy phones we have seen before. You can also download apps and games from Galaxy Store or Google Play. You can differentiate the look of the user interface with themes.

Samsung made it easy to connect to Windows PCs with the Note 10 series. You can take advantage of this facility in Note 10 Lite. After installing the Your Phone Companion application on your PC, you can turn on the Connect to the Windows option from Quick Settings, and you can mirror the notifications and messages received on the Note 10 Lite to the computer. You can also manage the user interface from your computer.

 Instead, The Reno 3 Pro runs Android 10 with ColorOS 7 UI. In our previous Find X2 Pro review, we explained what innovations this user interface offers. Although it looks quite different to pure Android, we find this user interface generally neat. There is a clear Settings menu. At the same time, in terms of customization tools, Oppo offers users more options with ColorOS 7.

 You can quickly adjust many settings of the phone from Quick Settings, which can be accessed through the notification tray. The Smart Assistant panel on the far left of the main screen has tools you might want to have at hand, such as Quick Functions, Step Tracker, Favorite Contacts, and Weather. We've seen many Oppo smartphones so far, but there hasn't been much progress in third-party app support in this area yet.

 One of the useful tools in ColorOS 7 is the Smart Sidebar, which is located on the right side of the screen and opens when pulling towards the middle. There are screenshot and screenshot tools in this area. In addition, applications such as Messages, File Manager, Calculator that is thought to be at hand at all times has been added. Also, you can add your favorite apps here and open them quickly. Moreover, this smart sidebar also allows you to open two applications in split windows at the same time. Open this bar while in any app and drag the app you added to the screen. If the app supports the split window, you can use two apps simultaneously on the Reno 3 Pro's large screen.


It comes loaded with various Google applications. You can also download the apps or games you want from the Google Play Store. Various tools are also loaded in the Tools folder. Among them, Phone Manager will help you optimize the performance of the phone and use it more efficiently. By the way, an office application such as Office Suite, an automatic video creation application called Sloop, and Playground, which increases performance and experience during gameplay, is also installed on the Reno 3 Pro.

Samsung Note 10 Lite and Oppo Reno 3 Pro which one is the king?

Storage, Price, and available colors.


Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Oppo Reno 3 Pro price depends on the selected variant. The basic variant of the Samsung 10 Lite with 6GB RAM and 128GB variant, it will cost you around 333.90USD on Amazon. The variant with 8GB RAM and 128GB variant, it will cost 450.00USD on AliExpress. It supports either 2 SIM cards or 1 SD card up to 512GB. It is available in Aura Glow, Aura Black, and Aura Red colors.

Meanwhile, the basic variant of Oppo Reno 3 Pro with 8GB RAM and 128GB variant. The variant with 8GB RAM and 256GB variant.  Unfortunately, we have no idea how much it costs. It does not have an SD card. While it goes with 2 SIM cards, one is physical and the other is eSIM. It is available in Aurora Blue, Midnight Black, and Sky White colors.

Samsung Note 10 Lite and Oppo Reno 3 Pro which one is the king?

Security and Ports.



For security, we see the in-screen fingerprint reader. The speed and responsiveness of this unit is good. The hit rate is high in one shot, so it is possible to bypass the locked screen quickly. There is also face recognition and it provides more comfortable use. However, we usually used the in-screen fingerprint reader and we were satisfied with it. The phone also supports the classical unlocking methods such as pattern and passcode.

 On the other side of the coin, the Reno 3 Pro device unlocks using an in-display fingerprint sensor. Oppo's mid- and high-end phones have in-screen fingerprint reader's standards and work well. The same goes for the Reno 3 Pro. We have used the fingerprint reader throughout our experience of the phone and this unit works just fine. If you want, you can take advantage of face recognition with the help of the selfie camera located in the upper left corner of the screen.

 As of ports, the device supports Bluetooth 5 and NFC. It supports VoLTE and WiFi Calling. The device comes with a USB-C port, which helps in quick charing. It supports a 3.5mm headphone jack.

 Whereas the Reno 3 Pro supports Bluetooth 5 but unfortunately, it doesn't support NFC. It also supports VoLTE and WiFi Calling.  It also supports a 3.5 mm headphone jack.



Samsung Note 10 Lite and Oppo Reno 3 Pro which one is the king?


Battery and charging.


 Oppo Reno 3 Pro comprises a powerful Li-Po battery with a capacity of 4025mAh. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite provides a powerful Li-Po 4500mAh battery. And both phones offer fast charging.

In this respect, it is at the same level as the S10 Lite. The box comes with a 25W fast charging adapter. In this way, it is possible to reach up to 50 percent occupancy in half an hour. It takes 70-80 minutes for the battery to reach full charge. The wireless charging feature is not available on this phone. Galaxy Note 10 Lite exhibits solid battery performance. With a fully charged battery, a performance that can easily exceed a day is achieved. It will provide a daily use in practice, from morning to evening, even in the use of games such as playing games and videos. Watching YouTube videos with 60 percent screen brightness and Wi-Fi connection results in an 8 percent battery consumption per hour. The standby time of the phone is also long if rarely use it.


Contrastingly, Today, this value (4025)  has started to be considered as the average value for most smartphones. In normal intensity use, Reno 3 Pro helps its users to enjoy a day comfortably. In fact, when used a little more sparingly, it will take the second day a lot. Fast charging is one of the biggest weapons of the phone on the battery side. With the VOOC 4.0, fast charge supported adapter out of the box, 68-69 percent fullness can be reached in just half an hour. The battery can be fully charged in just over an hour. Thus, your chance to use the Reno 3 Pro without being connected to the socket too much, seems quite high. Although the back is covered with glass, the Reno 3 Pro does not have wireless charging feature.

Samsung Note 10 Lite and Oppo Reno 3 Pro which one is the king?

 Camera.


Samsung Note 10 Lite has 12- triple-camera on the rear just like the iPhone 11 Pro Max as clarified: 12Mp ( wide with f\1.7),12MP( ultrawide with f\2.2, 12MP( telephoto with f\2.4). Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite has a 32MP wide front-facing camera with f\2.2. The cameras come with LED flash, AI support, and HDR. HDR technology will help you when there's sunlight behind you. HDR will edit the photo and balance the brightness.  In contrast, Oppo Reno 3 Pro comes with a quad- rear camera as mentioned: 64Mp (wide with f\1.7), 8MP (ultra-wide with f\2.2), 13MP (telephoto with f\2.4) and 2MP ( W\B for depth). The cameras come with dual-LED flash and support OIS. The Reno 3 Pro has a dual  front-facing camera: 44MP ( wide with f\2.4 )and 2MP ( for depth with an f\2.4 ) with support for HDR and AF for incredible shots.

 In still, By day, the result is quite good. The scene turns out to be correctly rendered despite flashy colors and exaggerated accentuation - once is not customary at Samsung. He bowed to the excellent Mi Note 10 from Xiaomi which offers a better dive.

At night, the result is half-tone with a correct white balance, but colors drowning in electronic noise. The smoothing is perhaps not as important as on the Xiaomi Mi Note 10, but the loss of information is equivalent. A big advantage for the Galaxy Note 10 on the other hand in terms of execution speed. Reading the Exifs thus shows us a controlled rise in ISO (1000 ISO) and a shot captured in 1/10 of a second, a little faster than that of the Galaxy Note 10 on the same exercise.

 Or rather, As for Oppo when we look at the camera application, we see a regular design. There are tools such as filters, HDR, flash, bright colors that you want to have at hand at any moment on one side of the screen. On the other hand, there is a bar to switch between Photo, Portrait, Night, and other shooting modes. There is also a control on the viewfinder to switch to wide-angle or zoom. You can also use facial beautification for the rear camera.

  Ultra-wide shots, By day, the ultra-wide-angle module offers results very close to those of the main module. We observe an Instagram ready result or almost, with salient colors and a discernible accentuation. Xiaomi's Mi Note 10 will be a bit more realistic on this point. Note that it is necessary to go through the settings of the photo application to correct the deformation of the frame on the Galaxy Note 10 Lite.

At night, the images taken out by the ultra-wide-angle module are vaguely usable. Electronic noise fills the stage, masking the colors for a result that is far from flattering. But remember, few smartphones succeed in this exercise.

 Nevertheless,  On the Reno smartphone, there is sufficient light intensity, you can take bright and vivid pictures with the Reno 3 Pro, inside or outside. The photos are also good on details. The noise effect is also low in photos taken in low light. At the same time, we do not encounter any turbidity. HDR performance is also good, the distribution of light is balanced at the points where the light and dark areas are together, and the details can be detected even in dark areas. Focus is done well in macro shots.

 As for the telephoto, By day, the results obtained with the 2x telephoto module is rather convincing. We obtain a realistic scene, rather well balanced with colors always a little too flashy, but especially an exaggerated accentuation coming to make up for the lack of sharpness.
Like many of its competitors, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite switches to the main module at night. We were unable to test the 2x telephoto module against our night scene. Unsurprisingly, the result is drowned out in noise and image processing.

 On the colors side, it goes a bit on the warm side, but generally, those who like vibrant color photos will be pleased with the performance of the Oppo Reno 3 Pro. The Reno 3 Pro also performs satisfactorily in photos with blurred backgrounds. Determining the border of the foreground and background is good if we put aside the losses in the thin hair strands,
 The selfies, It remains interesting but retains its tendency to smooth the skin too much.

 Inversely, The 32-megapixel the selfie camera on the front also has HDR support. It is possible to obtain slightly better results in this way even in places where the light is wrong. The selfie camera will also produce good results in low light conditions.

   The portrait mode ensures a rather effective cutting of the subject. However, it will be necessary to put up with an image treatment that smooths the skin a lot, even when all the beauty options are deactivated.

 That said, The portrait mode on the Reno 3 Pro ensures a rather effective cutting of the subject. However, it will be necessary to put up with an image treatment that smooths the skin a lot, even when all the beauty options are deactivated.

 For the video part,  The Galaxy Note 10 Lite is capable of running at 4K 60 fps, and it does so without too much hassle. However, we advise you to stay in 1080p.

 However,  on the Oppo, we see that the most 4K video recording is made, and this is at 30 frames per second. While only the main camera has optical image stabilization, with the help of electronic image stabilization you get steady images not only when you shoot normally but also when you zoom in. The sound recording quality is also at a good level.

Samsung Note 10 Lite and Oppo Reno 3 Pro which one is the king?


Conclusion.


Samsung appeals to those who want both a new and affordable S Pen phone with the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. Due to the high price of Note 10 and Note 10 Plus, these phones are not so easy to access. Galaxy Note 10 Lite is a good alternative here. Users can access most of the functions offered with the S Pen. Also, the precision and speed of the pen is good. It manages to deliver a solid Note experience expected from Samsung.

Although not at the top-class phone level in terms of material and feel, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, which is a value for money phone with its durability and quality, is also an ergonomic phone. It will not cause much trouble both when using and carrying it in a pocket. The Super AMOLED screen is enough to provide a good experience in terms of both visual quality and size. Likewise, the battery won't let users down. Moreover, fast charging support can be considered as a plus on the battery side.
While Samsung features the Snapdragon 855 in the Galaxy S10 Lite, this phone has a processor such as the Exynos 9810 that is a few months older and offers lower performance. If you do not deal with things like playing games or editing videos on a smartphone very often, the difference won't matter much. Moreover, Exynos 9810 also manages to deliver sufficient performance for most businesses and games.

 The software is also one of the important pluses. Samsung has already presented this phone with Android 10 and OneUI 2. Not long after, the software features offered with the S20 series arrived. OneUI is a user interface that provides good use on the big screen, so Note 10 Lite users will be comfortable. The camera basically meets the needs. Although it's not a very high camera experience, the Note 10 Lite manages to take photos and videos that are worth its price.

 Nonetheless,  The glass and metal combination design of the Oppo Reno 3 Pro does not look like a high-end phone. On the screen, this phone offers a satisfying visual experience. All of the features we see in high-end phones, such as high resolution, comfortable outside viewing, curved edges, and 90 Hz refresh rate, are all on the Reno 3 Pro's screen. The Snapdragon 765G processor is perhaps not at the level of a flagship phone, but at a level that will meet the needs beyond everyday tasks and offer good gaming performance. The battery with a capacity of 4020 mAh also takes a day off easily. VOOC 4.0 fast charging is also on the record as one of the strengths of the Reno 3 Pro.

 It is one of the pluses to come with Android 10. ColorOS 7 may not be too much for pure Android fans, but the customization possibilities are rich. In this way, you can create a layout that you like. On the other hand, the Playground provides a slightly more convenient environment for those who want to play games on this phone. The quad-camera system also works well. Oppo Reno 3 Pro will meet your needs not only in daily life but also in your special days.


Normally, between 250-300USD were acceptable levels for mid-upper segment phones. However, due to the situation of the foreign currency, the range that will be accepted as the "new normal" in this segment was between 300-350USD. Therefore, when we look at the features, experience, and performance, we can say that 320USD was paid. What do you think? Have you lied an eye on either of those smartphones? Do you recommend them? Share your thoughts in the comments section below
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