Earlier today, Vodafone launched the Smart Ultra 7 which, like the Smart Ultra 6, has surprised the mid-range phone market yet again. Costing £10 lesser than Honor 5c, it makes us believe that by paying less than £150, we can enjoy a large display, multi-task, revel in the latest Android experience and do everything that we like doing with premium phones.
We compare three new smartphones that cost less than £150 and come with the best spec-charts for their price range- the Vodafone Smart Ultra 7, the Honor 5c and the Alcatel POP 4.
Specifications Vodafone Smart Ultra 7 Honor 5c Alcatel POP 4Dimensions 152.2 x 78.12 x 8.68mm 147.1 x 73.8 x 8.3mm 151x77x 7.9mmDisplay size 5.5-inch 5.2-inch 5-inch, 5.5-inchDisplay res 1080 x 1920 pixels 1080 x 1920 pixels 1280 x 720 pixelFingerprint sensor No No NoMicroSD slot Yes 128GB 32GBProcessor MT6755M octa-core Kirin 650 MSM8909 Quad coreRAM 2GB 2GB 1GBStorage 16GB 16GB 8GBBattery 2,960 mAh 3,000 mAh 2,500 mAhRear camera 13MP AF 13MP AF 8MP AFFront camera 5MP 8MP 5MPWeight 150g 156g 156gOperating system Android 6.0 Android 6.0 Android 6.0Charging port MicroUSB MicroUSB MicroUSB
Despite being larger, the just-launched Smart Ultra 7 is lighter than both the Honor 5c and the POP 4. However, both the Smart Ultra 7 and Honor 5c ae quite comparable when it comes to battery capacity, camera resolutions, storage, RAM, display resolution and other features. Even the POP 4 lags behind in terms of storage, RAM, cameras and display resolution, it still justifies its £89.99 price tag.