We are already well advanced in 2020, but that doesn’t mean that last year’s smartphones got bad – in fact, this is a great opportunity to buy good phones at fairer prices. If you are looking for a good basic device, we have selected the top five that are worth your attention and price research. And by the way, we have the best offers in the description. Be sure to check it out. Now follow this TOP 5 with us here at TudoCelular.com. We started with one of the models with the most affordable price if you do good research on our tool. The Redmi 8A is a decent basic model that boasts a large 5000 mAh battery although it does not have the best autonomy on this list. Despite being very simple, it has some highlights like Gorilla Glass 5 protection, good screen size, rear camera with f / 1.8 aperture, well updated design and beautiful colors. It is a good option if you want a Xiaomi spending as little as possible. It has a 10-Watt charger in the box and is one of the few in this TOP 5 that rely on the USB-C connection, and although it has not yet received Android 10, it was already upgraded to the MIUI 11, in addition to having basic splash protection. The Moto G8 Play is our battery champion among the 2019 basic phones that are still worth it. It has only 4000 mAh, but the system optimization makes it last more than 24 hours in use away from the outlets. It is also a basic device that brings three rear cameras one of which is an ultra-wide, to get more of the scenes in the photos. Those who already had a Motorola will be very familiar with the interface, which is easy to deal with and has been little changed over the years. Its finish is one of the best on the list, even though it is plastic like the others. It comes with splash protection and has a flexible case in the box along with good quality headphones. It’s that smartphone for those who want a lot of battery while paying little. In 2019 LG released some very interesting K12 variants, but what they had a problem which was solved in the basic phones that came out later. The K40s, together with the K50s, have the best cost-benefit of this TOP 5. For those looking for more performance at a lower cost this is one of the best offered last year, even outperforming others around here and at a lower price. It has a slower charger and doesn’t have the best battery life on the list, but it yields around 18 hours The camera is of good quality among the cheapest smartphones and it can be considered an option for those who want to spend as little as possible and yet have a cell phone with balanced settings. And since we’re talking about the K40s, we also need to put the K50s in this selection. With something around R$ 100 more, you have a bigger screen with Gorilla Glass protection, an extra camera that improves portrait mode, USB-C connection, and a little more battery. It has the famous military resistance that integrates some LG cell phones and leaves you protected from drops, temperature, and humidity. It is not the most suitable for media consumption but it brings a battery that lasts well. Its system is well modified and has some interesting functions of its own. The photos are of good quality for the average cost. It’s that smartphone for those who want a bigger screen and stay out of the socket for a long time. Finally, we have the highest average price on this list: the Galaxy M20. However, you get some things, since, like the Redmi 8A that we already mentioned here, it brings the 5000 mAh battery but also has a Full HD + screen and 64 GB of storage. It is the only one of this selection here with all this space. Its however is on the screen which, although it is large and of good definition, is a TFT compared to the other IPS we choose – but it also has great performance, a biometric sensor, 15-Watt charger in the box and is the only one on the list that has already been upgraded to Android 10. It’s not very easy to find him around, but for something below R$ 1000, it delivers interesting performance and good photos and videos for its average cost. The finish, however, remains in plastic. It is the device for those who want to consume videos and games on a more definition screen. We have reached the end of our selection. Although they are all basic, we have 5 devices here that end up differing a lot in detailed specifications and final price, which can vary up to R$ 400. We have in the Galaxy M20 the most robust set for anyone who wants something under R $ 1000 without losing some intermediate characteristics, with the K50s, the Moto G8 Play we have more mobile phones that offers a decent level of basic features, the K40s and Redmi 8A are the cheapest in the list, not leaving aside some cool specs for you to spend your money with more quality. And did you find what you wanted on this list? Do you agree with our five choices? Leave in the comments below which smartphones you would include in this selection. And don’t forget, you can always check the best prices on our tool comparative of values, with links that are also here in the description. I’ll stick around and see you next time.