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Best Android Phones Under $300

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Honor 8x

Honor 8x

And finally, the last device on our list is one of the most recent releases and has tons to offer for the price. 

Just like the Honor 5x, 6x, and now the 7x which was on our list earlier, Huawei's latest phone is the Honor 8x. And, it's a great phone that almost anyone can appreciate. 

The Honor 8x packs a massively beautiful 6.5-inch bezel-free screen with a notch smaller than the iPhone Xs Max -- and it's only $220. You're getting a 1080p full HD display, Android 9 Pie, dual powerful cameras on the back, and a premium metal and glass design. Nothing about this phone looks, feels, or runs like it's this cheap. Seriously, you could show someone and they'd think it's worth $600. 

You're getting 64GB of storage and a micro-SD slot, 4 GB of RAM, and a big 3,750 mAh battery. Plus, for around $289 you can buy a model with 128GB of storage if you want. 

Buy it Now on Amazon for $216

In closing, there are tons of honorary mentions from Samsung, LG, Meizu, ZTE and more but we wanted to keep this list short and sweet. Not to mention stick to phones available in the United States. If you're interested though, consider the Huawei Honor Play, Xiaomi Mi A2 or A3, or the Redmi Note 7, or various other affordable phones from Huawei and Nokia. 

Grab any of the phones listed here for under $300 and enjoy it.

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5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Steve

    12/01/2016 at 4:57 pm

    The 2015 ZTE Axon Pro smokes most of these and is selling for under $275

  2. rae

    03/02/2017 at 10:17 am

    Look up booting issues with Nexus 5x. Most are crashing with in a year. LG is able to repair the phones because the mother boards are no longer available. –that is why some people are not selling them and they are cheaper! They are great while they work but that is too much money for pay for less than a year!

    • zakk

      08/25/2017 at 5:08 am

      Can confirm the booting issue on Nexus 5X after ~1 year and a half of usage

  3. AnotherHiggins

    04/01/2017 at 10:36 am

    I’m looking for a new phone for my wife because her Nexus 5X turned itself off yesterday and now won’t get past a bootloop. It is 15 months old and from everything I’m reading online there’s no fix for it.

  4. tds llp

    08/19/2019 at 11:14 pm

    nice post thanks………….

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