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Best Priced Smartphone 2014

Updated on June 17, 2014

Google nexus $399

Coming in at $399 the google nexus is a cheap phone offering high quality and power. The phone is a 32 gb and it has a powerful company backing it. This phone is unlocked and ranging at a much cheaper price then Galaxy's or Iphones. The $399 value sounds great however this one is the most expensive on this list. It comes in at number 4 because again it is almost $400. This may be cheap for a smartphone that's unlocked in a mainstream buyers eyes, but, If you look deeper you will find this is not the best deal. In fact though it offers much, it doesn't offer anything more then the cheaper phones on this list. It's most powerful quality is its name and brand recognition. Still a great phone.

Moto X $379.00

Motorola is back on the scene with the Moto X. The phone has a powerful camera 4G and some great qualities. It is Motorola's return to the game and the phone looks very nice. At this point though were not gushing about the quality which will be left to market analysis, we are here to speak about price. At 379 it is barely beating out Googles phone. Motorola knew phones but does it still? Can they really compete without having had much success in the last few years? Google basically rules the world and there phone is only $20 dollars more so would you gamble on a Motorola over google with that kind of margin? The Moto X barely comes in at number 3

CellAllure "The Book" $280.60

The Book is an impressive piece of hardware. Easily matched up to the Galaxy or IPhone. The book brings in the most bang for its buck. This phone has a dual sim cards runs nearly at the 2 GHz level and offer a screen of 5.7 inches. It is a powerful phone that wont make you squint. 32 GB will run you $280.60. This phone is almost $100 dollars cheaper then our number three phone and seems to be more powerful. The company CellAllure is very under the radar and has been selling very well in South America. It just recently began development for the US and this piece of hardware is nothing to sneeze at. This ends up being a gamble on a less known company, however, for that kind of savings its worth the gamble. Not to mention its credibility can be seen throughout Latin America. "The Book" is number 2.

Lite S sample J williams

CellAllure The Lite S $179.13

The Lite S is number one on our list. Once again its a Cellallure phone. Now it was a difficult decision between the number one and number two spot. Mostly because this is about price not bang for your buck the number one spot had to go to The Lite S. The reason is this phone isn't going to rival the iPhone 5 but it is going beat out most smartphones and have an extremely low price. I feel its safe to say that the 4.5 inch screen is just big enough to be a non squint size and again it offers the double sim card. I'm a huge fan of that option and again this is an unlocked phone. It runs at 1.2GHz and is quite quick. It really is an impressive phone for speed with apps and it just doesn't seem to have any bugs. Now the point and reason for this phone is of course its abilities but also its price. This is an unlocked brand new for the price of $191.13. That is insane for a cellphone that can basically do everything the big guys can. The screen could be a little larger but for that kind of price there really should be no complaint. This is the number 1 choice for great and inexpensive smartphones.

J Williams unboxing of Lite S

J Williams Full Final review of Lite S

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Final thoughts

It feels like the best bet would be one of the two CellAllure smartphones. Though there is certainly more branding with a company like Google or Motorola, you'd have to say pricewise and for what you get the smarter choice moneywise would have to be the CellAllure phones. It is difficult to step outside the comfort zone. Seeing a phone that doesn't have a brand name can even be scary. However, it is important to keep in mind that everyone had to start somewhere so sometimes giving something a chance is all we have to do.

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    • joedolphin88 profile imageAUTHOR

      Joe 

      4 years ago from north miami FL

      You have an excellent point. I mean smartphones are pretty much our future computers and other then monitors they are our future television. Thank you for reading and I'm happy you enjoyed the article. I feel like a company like CellAllure deserves to be known. They are offering us what we need for so much less then other phone companies. It seems like they are actually looking out for those of us who don't have $900 to buy a new iPhone.

    • ologsinquito profile image

      ologsinquito 

      4 years ago from USA

      It's good that you're pointing out the best deals with these phones. Everyone, myself included, is relying so much on these instruments right now.

    • joedolphin88 profile imageAUTHOR

      Joe 

      4 years ago from north miami FL

      Thank you writer fox and RTalloni, The Lite S really offers the best phone for its price. Above all the others even the other CellAllure product, if you need a phone on a budget it really offers you everything at a price that isn't going to cut into your paycheck

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      RTalloni 

      4 years ago from the short journey

      An interesting look at best prices as opposed to best bang for buck.

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      Writer Fox 

      4 years ago from the wadi near the little river

      Many people are upgrading their cellphones right now, so this is definitely a timely article. I appreciate your research and advice.

    • joedolphin88 profile imageAUTHOR

      Joe 

      4 years ago from north miami FL

      Yes this seems like a phone that could really take people in the right direction. They are very well made and so inexpensive compared to the more well-known brands.

    • ologsinquito profile image

      ologsinquito 

      4 years ago from USA

      This is interesting, as I'm in the market for an upgrade.

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      Dianna Mendez 

      4 years ago

      Good information on these phones. I am not yet ready to upgrade, but you have me thinking!

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