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Top 3 Smartphones Released since December 2022

Motorola Razr 2022 The Anti Galaxy Z Flip

It’s time to transition to December since the Christmas season is drawing near. It’s time to choose three winners from our November exams after some organisation. After being dominated by the industry giants Apple, Samsung, and Google for many months, we are now in a more diverse month with Motorola and Nokia.

At Frandroid, we test smartphones every single month, and November is no exception. This month is quieter but not boring after two months that were dominated by heavyweights who were all contenders to make our list of the best smartphones.

This is a chance for less well-known companies, like Nokia or Motorola, to stand out and be included in our list of the Top 3 new smartphones for December 2022. These are the three phones that our editorial team loved most out of the three that were tested last month. Let’s start with our monthly pick.

Motorola Razr 2022 The Anti Galaxy Z Flip

Motorola Razr 2022 The Anti Galaxy Z Flip

Motorola Razr 2022

  • Original format
  • Powerful
  • External screen that really serves

As a folding smartphone in clamshell shape, the Motorola Razr 2022 is unquestionably one of the rarest devices out there. It understands how to differentiate itself from Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 4 by offering a considerably larger and more practical exterior screen, as well as a less flattened and hence more comfortable format for viewing films or playing games.

But be careful and we don’t just mean financially there is a price to pay for being a follower of beginnings. In fact, the phone, like the Galaxy Z Flip 4, will only run Android 14 and lacks a telephoto lens.

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion a Suitable Ratio of Price to Performance

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion a Suitable Ratio of Price to Performance

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion

  • Very thin and light
  • Power to spare
  • Quick charge

This month, we tried and very much enjoyed the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion if you’re more interested in somewhat more conventional phones from Motorola. It chooses to focus on strong basics, particularly high power with its Snapdragon 888+ and a gorgeous screen, to strike a balance between the extravagance of an Edge 30 Ultra and the economy of an Edge 30 Neo.

It also has a distinct interface and a slender, appealing appearance, which makes it stand out. His main flaws are a lack of picture variety and Android 14 upgrade limitations.

Nokia G60 a Smartphone That Lasts

Nokia G60 a Smartphone That Lasts

Nokia G60

  • Three years of warranty and updates
  • Android Go
  • Looks good in photos

Why not Nokia, too? In case you weren’t aware, the company still produces cellphones, and the Nokia G60 is still functioning rather well. Below the 350 euro threshold, it stands out less for its technical data sheet—which is, by the way, extremely accurate than for a really intriguing durability proposition: the phone is guaranteed for three years and is updated for three years. It is almost unheard of in this price range.

It does, of course, make a few sacrifices. The first is its LCD screen, which you shouldn’t be too picky about. A charging barrier would have also been appreciated.

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