Best smartphone under 19000 In 2021

Best smart phone under 19000

Nowadays there are a lot of smartphones and it can be a big thing to choose the best quality-price smartphone. We have therefore chosen to create our buying guide specifically for you in an attempt to simplify the choice of your next smartphone. Every month we review new products, smartphone prices vary and therefore we will continue to update this list month by month, dividing them by type and also by price range.

Best smart phone under 19000

Realme has certainly shaken the smartphone market “at the right price”, launching a large number of devices for every pocket only in 2020. Today we talk about Realme X50 5G, the top of the mid-range of the Chinese company, a rib of OPPO

Best Mobile Under 19000 In India

The “classifca” yellow package of Realme contains inside, in addition to the smartphone, also a 30W power supply for fast charging, a USB / USB-C cable and a transparent silicone cover to protect the smartphone.

Best mobile under 19000 Realme (1)
Best mobile under 19000 Realme (1)

This Realme X50 5G certainly does not stand out for its particular design, but rather it is a fairly anonymous product when it comes to lines. Fortunately, there is the color, at least the green one we tested, which distinguishes it a little from the other products of the company. On the back we find a glossy glass that holds fingerprints a little and the whole smartphone is perhaps a bit heavy with its 202 grams, but at least it conveys a good feeling of solidity. X50 5G isn’t super thin (it’s 8.9mm thick) but it still holds pretty well thanks to its thinner edges. A note: a film is pre-applied on the screen. As on the latest Realme, here too, however, the film creates an annoying step for the gestures and we have chosen to remove it.

Realme X50 5G has one of the best processors of this 2020, namely the Snapdragon 765G octa core 2.4 GHz with Adreno 620 GPU. This processor also enables 5G connectivity, as well as guaranteeing full support for dual band Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.1 and NFC. Do not miss the dual SIM support and the fingerprint reader on the right side. It works well and is quite accurate. We also have the unlocking with the face, even if only 2D. As for the memories we have 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB of internal memory with UFS 2.1 technology. Unfortunately, this memory, like many other Realms, cannot be expanded in any way. Inside the smartphone we also have a liquid cooling system to maintain high performance (and low temperatures) during gaming sessions. Unfortunately, the audio jack is missing, while the speaker has a good volume but is single and is positioned below.


Good photo kit

120 Hz display

Powerful hardware

Lots of memory


No audio jack

The screen lacks the performance of an AMOLED

Non-expandable memory

The software is very aggressive on processes

why chose us

Realme X50 5G is another piece in Realme’s plan to conquer the market for cheap devices (for the hardware available). It has no peculiarities, if not the 5G connection and is an excellent economic alternative to the Pro version and X3 SuperZoom (which it looks a lot like).

New year new update of all bands for the various manufacturers. To open the dance we find Samsung with its mid-range. We start from Samsung Galaxy A71 with this review.

Although the contents of a smartphone package are not the reason why you choose one product over another, we are happy to find “good news” in this area too. We are talking about the power supply which is not only 25W, but is also equipped with a USB-C port, thus making the supplied cable a much more standard USB-C / USB-C. We also have a pair of good in-ear headphones with adapters of various sizes.

Samsung Galaxy A71 is made of plastic: both on the back and on the frame. Yet the perceived quality is much higher, a sign that the company has still worked well on the finish of the device. This at the same time allows you to have a very large but still light smartphone: 179 grams. Its being thin (7.7 mm on the thickness of the camera) and its tapered shape then help to give the smartphone a very premium feeling. As mentioned, however, the smartphone is still large and if you were looking for something particularly compact to keep in your pocket, perhaps it is better to look elsewhere. The geometric effect of the rear texture is very nice, however not too accentuated as to be exaggerated.

The surprise of this Galaxy A71 is to find a Snapdragon processor instead of a more “classic” Exynos (from Samsung). To be precise, we have here a 2.2 GHz octa core Snapdragon 730 processor with 8nm production process, Adreno 618 GPU and 6 GB of RAM, an almost unexpected amount for a mid-range Samsung. We then have 128 GB of UFS 2.0 internal memory plus the ability to expand it using a microSD, which will not prevent the use of two nanoSIMs at the same time. Good connectivity: LTE up to 400 Mbps, dual band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC, even for payments thanks to Samsung Pay (or Google Pay if you prefer). There is no shortage of 3.5mm audio jacks, but FM radio is missing. On average, the mono audio coming out of the lower speaker. Speaking of unlocks, we have the “classic” and unsafe 2D facial one and the optical fingerprint reader under the display. We have not found any particular steps forward and still seems slightly slower than the competition.


Good autonomy

Good cameras

Triple slot (microSD + 2 nanoSIM)

Do not miss the audio jack and NFC


Non-fast fingerprint reader

Performance not at its best

Plastic shell

A little high introductory price

Samsung Galaxy A71 is a product that amazed us and that made A70 look like a thing of the distant past. Yet if you compare the data sheets the differences are not so many. This means that the company has worked well on the details, going to emphasize in a new way the hardware it already had at home. Almost.

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