I have it more fine grained:
1. low range: -150$ (cheap chinese phones, Moto E,...) - anything with SD200
2. low-mid: 150-250$ (Moto G, Samsung S3 Neo, Oppo R5s,...) - anything with SD410, IMHO it's pretty good
3. mid: 250-350$ (LG G2, Moto X,...) - older previous flaships
4. mid-highend: 350-500$ (LG G3, Samsung GS5, Sony Z3C,...) - 1 year old flagships
5. highend / flagship area: 500+$ (Samsung GS6, Note5, Apple,...)
AnonD-81610, 26 Aug 2015I'm curious. What do you call the Moto E then? Or those 70-100$ cheap chinese phones?Budget. Moto can sell it for $300+ and fools would still buy it. I know specs is not everything but there are phone out there doing same thing at a more pocket friendly price.
Anonymous, 26 Aug 2015$220 is not really a budget phone price. Actual budget prices would be ones like the LG Leon L... moreDepends how you see it. For me a phone carrying SD410 is a budget phone as simple as that. Just because they priced it higher doesn't mean it is any better than let's say Redmi 2.
If you're deaf, then the r5s is a no brainer over the moto g. Does no one care about the lack of headphone jack?
Umbilical Noose, 26 Aug 2015Its a budget phone genius.$220 is not really a budget phone price. Actual budget prices would be ones like the LG Leon LTE, new for $70 to $130 while having the same CPU/GPU as the $220 Moto G.
Oppo's main Global site lists the phone with a US variant and LTE support. Pretty sure such a phone doesn't exist though.
only the foolish would buy this ripping-off Oppo. It's not budget but rather outdated specs with rather high prices.
Umbilical Noose, 26 Aug 2015Its a budget phone genius.I'm curious.
What do you call the Moto E then? Or those 70-100$ cheap chinese phones?
AnonD-425391, 26 Aug 2015Non-removable Li-Po 2000 mAh battery!!! 4,85mm thickness!!!
Anonymous, 26 Aug 2015What do u call it? Is it flagship in ur mind?Its a budget phone genius.
Umbilical Noose, 26 Aug 2015Calling Moto G a midranger? What has the world come to?What do u call it? Is it flagship in ur mind?
Just illustrates again how overpriced the Moto G has become this generation. Budget specs with a mid-ranger's price. Too bad this Oppo doesn't support LTE in U.S. and lacks micro-sd.
Run, Run away from these Chinese phones. Only pure android on these kind of phones are accepted.