In 2021, we saw many amazing smartphones. Of course, the fiercest competition was between the Snapdragon 888 Android phones and the Apple iPhone 13. But there were too many models that made a tough competition in their segments as well. During the past 11 months, we introduced the best smartphones for students. And now, we are going to talk about the latest mobile phones that have been launched recently and are considered to be the best options for students.
Best Budget Smartphones For Students
Samsung Galaxy A13
Currently, there are tons of smartphones on the market that support 5G networks. But finding a true 5G model that costs a penny and comes with good features is troublesome. That’s why we decided to include the newly-announced Samsung Galaxy A13 into the list.
Honestly, the Samsung Galaxy A13 has all chances to be among the best smartphones for students. It comes with an outstanding camera in comparison to other models in the segment. However, apart from the 50MP shooter, there is also a 90Hz refresh rate support and a massive 5000mAh battery.
In terms of price, the phone could be yours for $249.
Besides the mentioned selling points, the Samsung Galaxy A13 also sports a 6.5-inch HD+ display that features a waterdrop-notch. The latter hosts a 5MP selfie camera. The 50MP main sensor is also accompanied by 2MP macro and 2MP depth sensors.
Under the hood, there is nothing to boast of. But the MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC with 4GB RAM is capable of handling main tasks. The 5000mAh battery supports 15W charging. And lastly, the phone runs OneUI 3 on top of Android 11 out of the box.
Best Mid-Range Smartphones For Students
Honor 60 Pro
There is a wrong perception as students are looking either for entry-level smartphones or for premium models. The Honor 60 Pro breaks this stereotype. It’s among the best smartphones for students though it doesn’t belong to any of those niches.
The phone comes with a 6.78-inch screen, which has an eye-catching 2652*1200 pixels resolution, 429PPI pixel density, screen contrast of 500W:1, DCI-P3 100% wide color gamut, HDR10+ certification, 1.07 billion color display, 120Hz screen refresh rate, etc. Moreover, this phone supports 4096-level hardware dimming and 1920Hz high-frequency PWM dimming. That’s not difficult to guess that the display has passed the Rheinland TUV low blue light certification.
This is the world’s first smartphone featuring the Snapdragon 778G Plus processor. It uses TSMC’s 6nm process technology. Under the hood, there is also a 4800mAh large battery. It comes with an original smart power-saving engine, which can bring a long battery life experience. At the same time, it also supports 66W wired fast charging. In effect, it will charge to 60% in 15 minutes. In other aspects, the Honor 60 Pro supports the latest technologies such as WiFi 6, NFC, dual 5G, and Bluetooth 5.2.
One of the selling points of the Honor 60 Pro is the camera. It includes a 100MP ultra-clear main sensor, a 50MP ultra-wide-angle lens (122°), and a 2MP depth of field lens. The front camera has a 50MP resolution.
Lastly, our protagonist comes at 3699 yuan ($581).
Redmi Note 11T
This is another good mid-range smartphone for students. It comes with a 6.6-inch IPS display that has a FullHD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 90…….