Buy the Best Cheap Smartphones in Thailand and Up the Game

Post by Ashik Gosaliya | Dec 05, 2016

Almost for everything trends are important and gauging them isn’t that difficult no matter which segment of the industry you evaluate. However, the speed with which technology changes its calendar is just amazing. Hardly you gauge the trend of technological development and you realize that it has gone by too. 

Computing technology is one such element that affects the every sphere of life in no simple terms. Infect, mobile technology has become a parameter of smartness among human beings. The more sophisticated and high-end smartphone you possess, the more are the possibilities of people discovering your smartness. Alas….

However, things have changed in recent past and now even budget smartphones contributing to the human smartness like never before. The bad days of budget smartphones being poor in quality are over. Genuinely we are living in an era where affordable phones with best of possible features dominate not only the mobile markets in Thailand but also determine social status. 

Since smartphone producers have updated their game in order to reach out to the last possible individual on the earth, CollectOffers comes up with its own roundup of the best cheap smartphones in Thailand. Best budget android phones in Thailand are available under 10000 Baht. Shockingly, some of these  low-cost smartphones are running the flagship technology. 

How to find the best cheap smartphone:

Smartphones from the flagship manufacturers are amazing. They are fast, rarely hang, comes with impeccable design and amazing features. But then you have to shell out lots of Baht for that. 

The alternatives are budget smartphones, which are little less powerful but comes with enough firepower to give you an access to the virtual world as smoothly as high-end smartphones. Cheap smartphones do not at all mean cheap in quality, but only in price, where one or two features i.e. a fingerprint sensor, waterproofing, or an excellent camera, hardly makes much difference and are discounted. 

For an entry level smartphone, 2GB of RAM and a 1.5GHz processor is basic. You can expect HD display plus Gorilla 3 glass for better vision. So far as the battery performance is concerned, you have many choices to look forward to. However, the deciding factor has always been the processor and internal memory. 

So here you go with the best budget Android phones in Thailand.

Honor 5C – 5680 Baht

+ Looks like a flagship phone

+ Front facing camera

- Modified version of Android is crap

- On screen navigation buttons

The Honor 5C has the look and feel of something much more expensive. It takes everything that's almost become the standard in the budget smartphone and builds upon it, giving you NFC and an 8-megapixel front facing camera that can challenge some of the flagships. Battery life can also last up to two days provided you aren't doing anything intense on the device like gaming. Overall this is a package that rivals smartphones that cost two or three times more in price.

Motorola Moto G4 – 8890 Baht

+ Textured back for extra grip

+ 1080p screen

- No NFC

- No fingerprint detector

The Motorola G series has always been a contender for the best budget smartphone on the market — the G4 is no exception and certainly offers something special for the price. No sacrifices were made with screen resolution as the G4 rocks a 1080p display that will always light up courtesy of the octa-core CPU that powers it. Things won't chug either with 2GB of RAM to juggle all your multitasking needs — things are simple and just work on the G4.

Oppo F1 – 8990 Baht

+ Metal handset similar to iPhone

+ Gorilla Glass 4

- 1.2 GHz Snapdragon

- Android 5.1

Oppo F1 is a photography focussed smartphone, which has an 8MP front facing the camera with an aperture of f/2.0, while the 13MP primary camera with an aperture of f/2.2 offers great shots in low light. It also includes a 5 inch HD IPS display, that has nice tapered corners and which is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 4. However, the processor it uses is basic 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 616 processor and comes with 3GB of RAM. There is also 16GB of internal storage which can be expanded to 128GB with a MicroSD card. It runs Android 5.1 and features a non-removable 2500 mAh battery.

Wileyfox Spark X – 6035 Baht

+ Improved performance from the original Spark

+ A quirky and unique design

- Not a 1080p display

- Battery life could be hit of miss

You may remember T3's review of the entry-level Spark — in case you haven't read it, it wasn't good at all. The Sparks biggest downfall was the fact there was only 1GB of RAM packed inside the phone — the Spark X is set for release in the coming weeks and features double the RAM with an improved back camera. The phone is set to succeed where the entry level model failed and run apps and games smoothly with a battery life that gets you through a day.

Huawei GR5 – 6499 Baht

+ 5.5 inches full HD display

+ quadcore Snapdragon 616 

- Android 5.1

- 5MP camera

This is arguably the outstanding Android device available under 10,000 baht. A dual SIM handset has a metal finish and offers perfect value for money. Huawei GR5 boasts a 5.5 inch full HD display and is powered by a quadcore Snapdragon 616 processor, with 3GB RAM and 16GB of storage, expandable to 128GB via MicroSD. The quite stupendous feature is a 3,000 mAh battery. Huawei offers its own UI with a very speedy fingerprint scanner. It also comes with a pretty decent 13MP primary camera and 5MP camera on the front.