Best Mid-range Smartphone: Top Picks For Performance And Value

Even though not everyone can afford a flagship phone like the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra or the iPhone 14 Pro Max, plenty of affordable devices provide an excellent experience. 

Mid-range smartphones typically offer the best price-to-performance ratio, including high-end features and powerful cameras. While sometimes costing less than half the price of top flagships, or even less – typically using cheaper materials or omitting luxury features such as wireless charging and waterproofing. 

We define a mid-range phone as one that costs between $350/£250 (the upper limit of our chart for even more affordable budget phones) and $850/£600 on a SIM-free basis – ideal for pairing with a SIM-only plan. 

You can find more expensive smartphones in our general ranking of the best, which tends to prioritize flagship devices, along with our picks for the best Android phones. 

Phones from OnePlus, Motorola, and Google are all excellent buys, and if you reside outside of North America, you may have even more options from Realme, Xiaomi, and Poco. Not every phone on this list is available in the United States and the United Kingdom. Read on for additional advice on purchasing a midrange smartphone. 

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What is a mid-range phone? 

As stated previously, we define mid-range phones based on price: anything that costs more than $350/£250 but less than $850/£600 when purchased SIM-free. A budget phone is less expensive, while anything more expensive is a flagship. 

Others will focus on a single trait, such as the camera or display, and promise flagship-level performance in that one area; still, others were once flagships, so they will offer great specs at a great price but running on slightly older hardware. 

10 Best mid-range phone 2022

Even though these phones are priced, it is still essential to protect them, so you should consider purchasing the most rugged phone case for them. 

With this in mind, we chose these phones based on their specifications, general reviews, and features that make them worth considering. 

In addition to answering some of your most frequently asked questions, we’ve highlighted some of the best upcoming mid-range phones that you should keep an eye out for. 

1. Best overall: Google Pixel 6a

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The Pixel 6a is an exceptional mid-range smartphone with a flagship-level processor, an outstanding primary camera, 5G connectivity, the most recent version of Android, five years of security support, and a pocket-friendly design. 

The significant drawbacks are the phone’s slow charging speeds, easily scratchable rear plastic, and 60Hz display, which lags behind similarly priced phones. 

Nevertheless, this is a Pixel, so it has a superior Android experience and camera, as well as software polish and premium hardware, feel that you won’t find with other brands in this price range. 

  • Processor: Google Tensor 
  • RAM: 6 GB 
  • Storage: 128 GB 
  • Display: 6.1 inches 
  • Camera: Dual Camera 
  • Battery: Li-Po 4410 mAh 
  • Long-lasting battery
  • Excellent cameras
  • Vibrant OLED display
  • Great-looking design
  • Flagship-class processor and performance
  • IP67 water resistance
  • Years of guaranteed updates
  • Slick, feature-packed OS
  • Lovely small form-factor
  • No headphone jack
  • No wireless charging
  • Lacks microSD card slot
  • Fingerprint sensor is still kind of slow
  • Display is only 60Hz
  • Single 128GB storage capacity option

2. The midrange phone with the best screen: Samsung Galaxy A53 5G

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Samsung’s Galaxy A53 5G, which costs $450, has the best display available at this price point. It has a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display that is ideal for viewing movies and television shows. In addition, the 120Hz display is the fastest on this list. In addition, it has a 5,000mAh battery and a versatile camera system. The A53’s three cameras may not produce photos with the same level of detail and natural color as the Pixel 6a, but its two wide-angle lenses can capture more significant scenes. 

The Samsung Galaxy A53, like the other Android smartphones on this list, is not the fastest performer. At best, Samsung’s Exynos 1280 is an incremental improvement over the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G found in the Galaxy A52 5G. Even though the A53 is $50 cheaper than its predecessor, it no longer includes a power adapter or headphone jack, so that the price difference may be negligible. 

  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 1280 
  • Main display: 6.5-inch, 2400 x 1080 pixels resolution, Super AMOLED Infinity-O with 120Hz refresh rate 
  • Operating system: Android 12 with OneUI 4.1 
  • RAM: 6GB 
  • Storage: 128GB internal storage with microSD card slot 
  • Cameras: 12MP ultra-wide f/2.2, 64MP f/1.8 wide angle, 5MP f/2.4 depth sensor, and 5MP f/2.4 macro camera. 32MP f/2.2 front-facing camera. 
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS/Galileo/GLONASS, NFC 
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Barometer, Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor, Gyro Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Hall Sensor, Proximity Sensor, RGB Light Sensor 
  • Versatile cameras
  • Long battery life
  • $50 cheaper than the Galaxy A52 5G
  • Expandable storage up to 1TB
  • OS updates for four years, security updates for five years
  • High-quality screen
  • So-so performance all around
  • No support for wireless charging
  • Doesn't ship with a power adapter
  • Saturated camera colors aren't for everyone
  • No 4K 60fps video recording

3. The close second: OnePlus Nord 2T

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A remarkable successor to 2021’s best mid-range smartphone, featuring 80W fast charging, 5G, OnePlus’s signature Oxygen OS user experience, and a near-flagship primary camera. What is not to admire? 

The OnePlus Nord 2T exemplifies the company’s ability to prioritize the features that users are currently seeking and to package them in an attractive package at an attractive price. 

The Nord 2T lacks flagship features such as wireless charging and waterproofing, but those are the only real concessions made here. 

The OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G also offers a stripped-down version at a slightly reduced cost. 

  • Processor: MediaTek Dimensity 1300 
  • RAM: 8 GB, 12 GB 
  • Storage: 128 GB, 256 GB 
  • Display: 6.43 inches 
  • Camera: Triple Camera 
  • Battery: Li-Po 4500 mAh 
  • Attractive dual-glass design - frosted or glossy back panel.
  • Bright enough OLED, 90Hz refresh.
  • Loud speakers.
  • Fast charging.
  • Great CPU and GPU speed.
  • Excellent photo and video quality.
  • Minor update over the Nord 2.
  • The speakers' audio output could have been better tuned.
  • Average sustained performance, limited HFR gaming.
  • No official IP rating.

4. Best budget option: Xiaomi Poco X4 Pro 5G

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The Poco X4 Pro 5G is only just expensive enough to qualify as a mid-range device in our estimation, but this merely indicates that it offers exceptional value. 

The 6.67-inch, 120Hz AMOLED display is essentially flagship-level, and the rest of the design is sleek and elegant. The camera is impressive, with a surprisingly robust 108Mp sensor for the primary shooter; however, the ultrawide and macro cameras are less unique. 

It is made entirely of plastic, so it lacks a premium feel, and we dislike the MIUI operating system (shared by all Xiaomi, Poco, and Redmi phones). However, for the price, this is an excellent package. 

  • Processor: Qualcomm SM6375 Snapdragon 695 5G 
  • RAM: 6 GB, 8 GB 
  • Storage: 128 GB, 256 GB 
  • Display: 6.67 inches 
  • Camera: Triple Camera 
  • Battery: Li-Po 5000 mAh 
  • Likable glass design, IP53-rated.
  • Outstanding AMOLED screen, bright, 120Hz, great color accuracy.
  • Top-notch battery life, blazing fast charging.
  • Loud stereo speakers, good audio quality.
  • Up to par performance for the class, 5G.
  • MIUI 13, 3.5mm jack, NFC, IR blaster, microSD.
  • Not a sequel to the Poco X3 Pro, likely to the Poco X3 NFC but does not outperform it.
  • Not based on the latest Android 12 like Xiaomi 12.
  • Poor photo and video quality.
  • No 4K video capturing.

5. Best camera: Google Pixel 7

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The Pixel 7 is affordable enough to sneak into our mid-range chart, despite being a flagship phone, making it arguably the Pixel 6a’s most formidable competitor. 

 This additional expenditure gets you one of the best cameras available at this price, with an exceptional primary lens and a robust ultrawide lens. Both phones have a second-generation Google Tensor chip and can take unique photographs. 

 You also get a 90Hz display, which is still behind the 120Hz common in other phones at this price, as well as slow 21W charging and no included charger. The Pixel 7’s size and weight make it unsuitable for anyone seeking a compact smartphone. 

  • Processor: Google Tensor G2 
  • RAM: 8 GB 
  • Storage: 128 GB, 256 GB 
  • Display: 6.3 inches 
  • Camera: Dual Camera 
  • Battery: Li-Po 4355 mAh 
  • Compact and premium build, easy to handle, unique-looking design, dust- and water-resistant.
  • Sharp, bright, color-accurate display.
  • Good battery life considering the phone's size.
  • Android from the source, exclusive feature set, unrivaled perception of smoothness on this side of the OS divide.
  • Superb stereo speakers.
  • Overall, great camera quality with an unmatched character that has a loyal following.
  • The display is just 90Hz as opposed to competitors pushing beyond 120Hz.
  • Very slow charging by the standards of the day.
  • Certain software and hardware features are regionally limited - 5G, VoLTE, and much of the onboard AI stuff (though admittedly, so is the phone's availability, to begin with).
  • Ultrawide camera is underwhelming in low light.
  • Selfies rarely come out tack sharp.

6. Best cheap flagship: Realme GT 2

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The Realme GT 2 is a mild upgrade to last year’s GT and does not significantly alter the specifications, but that’s not bad. 

The Snapdragon 888 from last year returns as the chipset, but it is still quite potent. A 120Hz AMOLED display, a large battery, and excellent 65W quick charging complete the impressive list of features. 

It’s constructed of plastic, which some don’t mind, but others may find prevents it from feeling like a flagship, but the secondary lenses don’t adequately support the primary camera. 

  • Processor: Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888 5G 
  • RAM: 8 GB, 12 GB 
  • Storage: 128 GB, 256 GB 
  • Display: 6.62 inches 
  • Camera: Triple Camera 
  • Battery: Li-Po 5000 mAh 
  • Bright, 120Hz OLED panel.
  • The Paper-like designs are a breath of fresh air.
  • Solid main camera performance.
  • Excellent battery life.
  • Blazing-fast charging.
  • Impressive sustained performance and low outer temperatures.
  • Realme UI 3.0 is nice and runs on Android 12.
  • No ingress protection of any kind.
  • More premium materials could have been used for the build.
  • No telephoto cam, and lackluster ultrawide and selfie performance.
  • Most of the competitors are a tad cheaper.
  • Marginal upgrade over its predecessor.

7. Best for fast charging: Xiaomi 12T

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The Xiaomi 12T is a surprisingly well-rounded mid-range smartphone that excels in one key area: 120W charging. 

Despite the occasional app crash or stutter, the performance of the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 Ultra chip is also excellent, and the 6.67-inch OLED display, coupled with a 120Hz refresh rate, renders everything in stunning detail. 

This 108Mp primary camera is a further highlight, but the 12T’s four lenses also perform admirably. This product has much to offer with its sleek, premium design and rapid 120W charging. 

However, the battery life is inadequate in exchange for the charging speeds. Xiaomi’s MIUI overlay on Android 12 leaves much to be desired. 

If you can look past these flaws, the Xiaomi 12T is an excellent phone, especially considering the price. However, a different mid-range phone will be more suitable for the average consumer. 

  • Processor: MediaTek Dimensity 8100 Ultra 
  • RAM: 8 GB 
  • Storage: 128 GB, 256 GB 
  • Display: 6.67 inches 
  • Camera: Triple Camera 
  • Battery: Li-Po 5000 mAh 
  • Classic design. Solid and well put together.
  • Flagship grade 120Hz OLED with 12-bit color depth and HDR10+ and Dolby Vision.
  • Very fast charging.
  • Excellent stereo audio output with Dolby Atmos support and Harman Kardon tuning.
  • Android 12, feature-rich MIUI 13.
  • Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 on a budget.
  • Solid camera performance in all photo&video scenarios.
  • Battery life is solid but could be a bit better.
  • A few downgrades compared to 11T Pro: plastic frame instead of aluminum, Gorilla Glass 5 instead of Victus, 24fps 8K instead of 30fps, slightly slower charging.

8. Best for gaming: Red Magic 7

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The Red Magic 7 from Nubia delivers the top-tier specifications required of a gaming phone without exceeding the mid-range price point. 

The 165Hz refresh rate is currently the fastest, surpassing even the most expensive gaming smartphones. You also receive a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset with up to 18GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. You’ll also have access to 65W fast charging for the 4500mAh battery; however, thanks to all the power on board, the battery will deplete quicker than we’d like. 

As with most gaming smartphones, the camera is somewhat lackluster, and the design is…unique. However, if this is what you’re looking for, the Red Magic 7 currently offers the best value. 

  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 
  • RAM: 8GB / 12GB 
  • Storage: 128GB / 256GB / 512GB 
  • Display: 6.8″ AMOLED 
  • Camera: Main: 64MP / Selfie: 8MP 
  • Battery: 4500mAh Li-Po 
  • Large, unobstructed and fast 165Hz OLED panel.
  • The Supernova version we got looks hot.
  • nubia finally delivers a fast charging solution on the global market.
  • Plenty of gaming-oriented features, including pressure-sensitive shoulder triggers.
  • Great-sounding and loud stereo speakers.
  • Impressive thermal management during high, sustained loads, the fan helps.
  • Excellent price/performance ratio.
  • No Auto brightness boost.
  • Subpar camera performance across the board.
  • Poor battery life.
  • Not many games can go above 60 fps.
  • No ingress protection, no microSD card.
  • The software is still plagued by awkward translation.

9. Thinnest & lightest: Motorola Edge 30

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The Motorola Edge 30 has a premium design with a frosted back that looks great, and it is the lightest 5G phone currently available, which is immediately noticeable in hand. 

The 6.5-inch AMOLED display is sharp and detailed, and the 144Hz refresh rate makes everything feel smoother and more responsive; however, the lack of an adaptive resolution harms battery life. It can still last the entire day with average use, but heavy users and gamers may require a top-up to reach the end of the day. 33W charging helps, but it’s nowhere near as fast as some competitors. 

The camera setup is also reasonable for the price, with the primary 50-megapixel camera able to capture detailed, well-lit images in both bright and dim environments. Still, the dynamic range leaves something to be desired. The ultrawide 50MP lens is also a nice touch for landscape photography. 

The Motorola X30 Pro is an excellent option if you place a premium on design and display. But if performance, battery life, and fast charging are the most critical factors, better mid-range phones are available. 

  • Processor: Qualcomm SM7325-AE Snapdragon 778G+ 5G 
  • RAM: 8 GB 
  • Storage: 128 GB, 256 GB 
  • Display: 6.5 inches 
  • Camera: Triple Camera 
  • Battery: Li-Po 4020 mAh 
  • Stylish, no-nonsense looks, no fingerprints on the frosted back.
  • Super smooth 144Hz display, pretty good adaptive refresh rate handling.
  • Excellent screen-on battery endurance (though overall rating is only so-so).
  • Super fast charging over standard PowerDelivery protocol (as opposed to a proprietary solution).
  • Loud stereo speakers.
  • Clean Android interface, updates up to Android 15, additional Moto custom bits, 'ready for' PC-like capability.
  • Overall competent camera setup, particularly nice selfies.
  • Slippery as can be, no proper waterproofing.
  • Occasional mistouch prevention issues.
  • Chipset is prone to throttling.
  • No 4K video recording on the ultrawide and tele cameras, subpar low-light video in general.

10. Best battery: Realme 9 Pro+

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The Realme 9 Pro+ is the best smartphone in Realme’s 9 series. It has a 120Hz display and a 50Mp primary camera, but the other lenses are disappointing. 

The rapid 60W charging is impressive, but we’re most impressed by the battery’s two-day life. This doesn’t feel as premium or refined as other phones on this list, but the color-changing body design is unique, and the price is hard to beat. 

  • Processor: MediaTek Dimensity 920 5G 
  • RAM: 6 GB, 8 GB 
  • Storage: 128 GB, 256 GB 
  • Display: 6.4 inches 
  • Camera: Triple Camera 
  • Battery: Li-Po 4500 mAh 
  • Excellent AMOLED display, 90Hz refresh rate.
  • Brilliant glass design, unique photochromatic back.
  • Outstanding battery life and charging speed.
  • Loud stereo speakers, good sound.
  • Gaming-capable chipset, 5G, 128GB base storage.
  • Superb primary camera day and night.
  • Android 12, Realme UI 3.0, 3.5mm jack, Wi-Fi 6, NFC.
  • A bit pricey at launch.
  • No microSD slot.
  • No splash protection.
  • The FoV of the ultrawide camera in videos is absurd.
  • No HRR gaming.

What considerations should you make when purchasing a midrange smartphone?

Purchasing a new device can be intimidating, but the answers to a few questions can help you navigate the process. Which platform do you intend to use? If the response is iOS, you have only one phone option remaining. (Thank goodness, it’s excellent.) And there is no shortage of exciting possibilities if you’re an Android devotee. Both platforms have advantages, so you should not dismiss either option. 

It would help if you also considered your spending comfort. Even a $100 increase in your budget can yield a significantly superior product. And manufacturers tend to provide more extended support for more expensive devices. It is worthwhile to purchase something near the limit of what you can afford. 

Understanding your priorities will aid in budgeting. Do you desire an extended battery life? Do you place the highest importance on quickness? Or would you prefer the most advanced cameras? Understanding what is most important to you will make selecting a midrange phone easier, although they continue to improve year after year. 

Finally, consider wireless bands and network compatibility. If you wish to avoid this concern, purchasing directly from your carrier is the best option. All the phones we recommend are compatible with every primary US wireless provider and can be bought unlocked to make things easier. 


Every mid-range phone is a compromise, attempting to deliver the best of a premium phone at a lower price. Still, there are some specifications you should not skimp on. For smooth performance, look for at least 6GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 7 or 8 chipset, and at least 128GB of storage. 

The next step is determining your priorities. Are you interested in a device with long battery life, rapid charging, an AMOLED screen, or a powerful camera? Few mid-range phones offer all of these features, so you must prioritize. 

A common element is that you’ll likely have to forego desirable features such as wireless charging or a waterproof rating – these still tend to be reserved for the most expensive phones on the market. However, a few mid-range devices offer one or the other. 

Try to keep in mind that it is not always about specs. Even though these phones may not be as fast as the average flagship model, they are almost certainly fast enough for most users. Choose a phone that balances price, performance, features, and design that suits your preferences and requirements. 

There is one midrange iPhone on the market, the iPhone SE 2022, but we do not believe it offers exceptional value compared to Android competitors. Consider it if you require an iPhone but avoid it otherwise. 

Instead, you should probably consider an older flagship iPhone – the iPhone 12 is still available from Apple, and even older models can be purchased from third-party retailers. Due to Apple’s lengthy software support, even an older iPhone should continue to function well for a few years, but you’ll likely miss some of the slick new features in mid-range Android devices. 

Like Apple, Samsung produces many mid-range smartphones, but we’re not typically impressed. The most recent model is the Galaxy A53, a great-looking phone with a few solid specs on paper. However, our review found the device’s performance to be frustratingly slow, especially considering how fierce the competition is. 

Not every phone on our chart may be available for purchase in the United States and Canada. Many of the largest Chinese phone manufacturers do not sell their products in the United States. 

In the mid-range market, Chinese phones are a great option because they frequently combine excellent specifications with a lower price than expected. Xiaomi, Realme, and Poco often offer jaw-dropping value, but they are unavailable in the United States. 

In our humble opinion, mid-range smartphones are worth purchasing. 

This is because you won’t miss too many features, especially considering the power that mid-range smartphones can now provide alongside triple cameras and large batteries. 

Briefly, this depends on your phone needs and, of course, your budget. If you can afford it, we recommend purchasing a flagship phone due to the increasing number of features they offer over mid-range phones, including arguably more powerful cameras and more storage space. 

However, if you want to save a little bit of cash, you should consider mid-range options due to their lower prices than flagships, such as the ones listed above. 

Principally, we recommend searching for a high-capacity battery and a display with a refresh rate of 90 to 120 Hz for smooth output. 

For multitasking, you’ll also need a smartphone with a multicore processor and enough RAM. Between 8GB and 10GB seems about right at this price. 

Moreover, if you’re an avid photographer, you may want to keep an eye out for a triple or quad camera setup with a high-quality sensor and various modes. 


Every item on this list has been tested in real-world scenarios, just as you would use it daily. Because a phone is something you use all day, every day, we have extensively tested all the options on this list to determine how they perform in the real world. 

We have evaluated the battery life, gaming performance, connectivity, camera performance, and anything else you might need to know. Then you have all the information necessary to make informed purchasing decisions. 

As with any roundup, it is impossible to provide a list that works for every type of user, but we do our best by relying on the experiences and opinions of the entire team, as well as by thoroughly evaluating the areas above. 

We avoid unnecessary spec comparisons and marketing lines when compiling this list. Instead, we aim to provide an easy-to-understand summary that gives you a sense of what each product is like. Our verdicts are brief, but this is done solely for brevity. Rest assured that everything on this list has been thoroughly examined. 

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