i just want a daily driver.Much like computers, I have found that phones depend on particular uses.....people who spend a lot of time on games etc will want a bigger battery for longer battery life...those running data software etc may benefit from a better chip.
thanks.Personally, I love my Motorola G6 Play as it has a good battery life which is perfect for me as I run video apps all day....the newest version is the G8 which is around £150 or so...the best G8 is about £200.
Honor is a renamed Huawei, (right?) and we've seen the fireworks between Google and Huawei. No thanks, I like my Android support future to be guaranteed.Beyond that, the Honors have pretty good reviews.
I was using a £140 samsung j4 and yes. 2gb of ram was a pathetic experience not doing that again.With any phone these days, I would look for a minmimum of 3GB RAM though...anything less will be too slow. But, as I said, it depends on your uses...also, some people want a very good camera whereas others are happy with an average one.
the results keep pushing huawei and xiaomi, with all respect huawei has a questionable future software-wise and my buddy got absolute rubbish customer service with xiaomi.Best thing to do is to search Google (or any other search engine) for "best phones for £250" or "best mid-range phones" etc and then look into each phone, do comparisons, read reviews etc....that is how I found my Motorola when I bought it 2 years ago