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Each year, manufacturers come out with new devices packed with mind blowing features and over the top specifications that leave the users in awe. However, these don’t come cheap. You could even say that each flashy feature you spot on a new handset is worth a couple hundred bucks.

All that aside, being on a budget doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy quality smartphones and smartphone content. In this article we will try to provide you a comparison between three devices that are considered good alternatives for those that are shopping on a budget this Christmas. Let’s what they’re all about.



Display

The LG V20 display is a 5.7 inch unit that uses IPS LCD to provide a stunning QHD imagery. The Gorilla Glass 4 protects the screen and puts the user’s mind to ease. The Moto M and Galaxy J7 Prime both come with 5.5 inch displays that keep up in terms of picture quality, but on top of the 0.2 inches of additional display, the LG handset has the upper hand through its second display.

Yep. There is a 2.1 inch secondary display that boasts on the device’s front panel with its uniqueness.

Performance

The quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processing unit clocked at 2.15 GHz does the LG V20 justice. It competes against two octa core processors that are found on the J7 Prime and Moto M, namely the 1.6 GHz Exynos 7870 and the 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 respectively.

The LG device comes out on top once again when it comes to RAM, with 4 GB that beats the 3 GB offered by the other two smartphones. It also comes with the biggest storage capacity of 64 GB, with the other being limited to a maximum of 32 GB.

However, all three can push it to 256 GB through a micro SD card. LG V20 slows down a bit when it comes to battery capacity, as its 3200 mAH unit is above the 3050 mAh of the Moto M but behind Samsung’s 3300 mAH unit.

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