Top 5 Cheapest Dimensity 1200 Phones in India: OnePlus Nord 2, Poco F3 GT, More

Here’s a list of top 5 Cheapest Dimensity 1200 Phones That You Can Get in India in 2022.
List of Cheapest Dimensity 1200 phones in India

MediaTek has come out to be one of the leading chipset manufacturers in the world, and it all was made possible due to its powerful Dimensity lineup of mobile SoCs which were considered mediocre until MediaTek unveiled its Dimsnsity 1200, an octa-core SoC that offered a 5G capable modem paired a 22% faster CPU and 25% better power efficiency than its predecessor.

That said, here’s a list of the top 5 cheapest Dimensity 1200 phones ranging from as low as 25,000 to 40,000 that you can purchase right now in India.

5 Cheapest Dimensity 1200 Phones in India

Realme X7 Max 5G

Realme X7 Max

Realme X7 Max at a starting price of Rs 27,099 is the first smartphone in India to be powered by Dimensity 1200 chipset and offers a 6.43-inch Full HD+ 120Hz Samsung AMOLED panel with 1200 nits peak brightness. Meanwhile, the device also features a 4,500mAh that supports 50W SuperDart fast charging with a charger that ships with the device.

As for its cameras, the Realme X7 Max has four, the triple rear camera setup consists of a 64MP primary sensor paired with an 8MP Ultra Wide and a 2MP Macro lens; Whereas the front of the device offers a 16MP selfie camera.

OnePlus Nord 2

OnePlus Nord 2

With the OnePlus flagship series going up in price every year, the Nord 2 will come as some relief for those who don’t wish to spend so much but still want the OnePlus experience at prices starting from as low as Rs 29,999.

The OnePlus Nord 2 features a great suite of reliable and useful functionalities for its users to indulge in including a captivating AMOLED Full HD display, followed by an impressive camera, battery and a powerful MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC paired with a maximum of 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage which seals the deal.

Poco F3 GT 5G

Poco F3 GT 5G

The Poco F3 GT 5G with its price starting at Rs 28,999, feels like a device targeted at gamers looking to buy a good gaming phone that doesn’t cost a fortune.

The F3 GT brings a great gaming experience to the table along with pretty high-end features like a responsive AMOLED display, edgy design, RGB and retractable triggers to the modern mid-range mix of specifications like fast charging, a powerful 5G chipset and multiple camera sensors.

Oppo Reno 6 Pro 5G

Oppo Reno 6 Pro 5G

Oppo Reno 6 Pro 5G, at Rs 38,900 is a flagship-level smartphone that is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC which is further paired with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage making this phone a great choice for professionals and gamers alike.

Other highlighted features of the phone include a very responsive and smooth 6.55-inch 1080x2400p curved OLED display panel with a hole-punch notch at the top left corner of the screen and a big 4,500mAh battery. Meanwhile, the device comes with a quad-camera setup which includes a 64MP primary sensor paired with one 8MP ultra-wide sensor and two secondary cameras on its back. On the other hand, there’s a pretty high resolution 32MP selfie camera on the front of the device.

Vivo V23 Pro 5G

Vivo V23 Pro 5G

Vivo V23 Pro 5G, the last and the costliest device of the bunch at Rs 38,990 is a powerful yet slightly old looking device that offers a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC paired with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. Meanwhile, the device will be powered by a 4300mAh battery that supports 33W fast charging.

As for its cameras, the Vivo V23 Pro 5G features a triple rear camera setup consisting of a 108MP primary paired with 8MP and 2MP secondary sensors. Whereas the dual front cameras consist of one 50MP and one 8MP sensor.

Also Read: List of Upcoming Smartphones in May 2022

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