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The best mid-range smartphones of 2022

Are you thinking of changing your mobile? It is likely that you have been combing the net looking for information on a high-performance device at a not very high price. If so, a mid-range mobile may be what you are looking for. In general, the main brands make a very precise distinction in these two aspects, and offer very powerful phones at crazy prices, and more discreet devices in terms of software and much more accessible prices for the general public.

It is true, and it should not be ignored, that the world market for smartphones has been shaken quite a bit by the recent shortage of microchips that has practically affected the supply chains of the most important mobile technology companies on the planet, causing prices were rising out of control for several months.

Even so, some firms such as Samsung or Apple have managed to put a brave face on bad weather and readapt so as not to have to depend on conventional supply channels for the manufacture of their most popular devices. If you want to renew your smartphone and you have not yet decided on a specific model, here we show you which are some of the best mid-range mobiles of 2022 :

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