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The 3 best recent smartphones of June 2022 in Frandroid

Smartphone tests follow one another, but they are not the same in Frandroid. Here are the top 3 that we recommend in early June 2022 (and that we rated last month). Honor, Oppo and Redmi have done the job!

Of course, not a month goes by without new smartphones to try. In the midst of this avalanche of releases, we put together a short summary of our most enthusiastic tests.

The month of May has in store for us some solid contenders, but June also promises to be a good run. Here are the 3 best recent smartphones of June 2022 in frandroid. These are the phones recently tested by the editor and that we allow ourselves to recommend if you plan to make a purchase soon.

8 /10

Honor Magic 4 Pro

  • Great photographic versatility
  • 100W wired or wireless charging
  • 120Hz QHD curved screen

Available in €999 in SFR NETWORK

To situate Honor, let us remember that it is an old sub-brand of Huawei now independent. That means that you will find all the fundamentals of the Chinese giant with this Honor Magic 4 Pro: photography with dazzling precision, elegant and careful design, 120 Hz OLED screen and flawless QHD.

It also offers a periscope that allows you to zoom in at x100 in digital. The icing on the cake, its 100W charging is also available wirelessly at the same power. The only drawback: the interface looks a bit dated compared to some competitors, like the Oppo we’re telling you about right after.

8 /10

Oppo Reno 7

  • Flat sliced ​​design
  • Beautiful 90Hz Oled display
  • Good photos for a mid-range

Available in €299 in Cdiscount

Oppo is best known in France for its high-end models, such as the Find X5 series. But the Oppo Reno don’t deserve either. The Oppo Reno 7, which we tested this month, also has the good taste of being placed at a very interesting price of around 330 euros, well below the entry price of the Reno 6, which was around 500 euros.

However, the concessions made along the way make it a very good smartphone. We think of its nice design with its flat edges, its beautiful 90 Hz Oled panel that offers many colors, its solid autonomy and its main photosensor that does the job.

For this price, we also benefit from ColorOS, a very smooth and pleasant interface. The only drawbacks: the screen is not always the best calibrated in the world and the game performance is not at the highest level.

8 /10

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus 5G

  • Acting in the game
  • 120W load
  • Good primary photosensor

Available in €419 on Amazon

Xiaomi continues with its crazy cavalcade and once again offers a very good phone in the mid-range segment with the Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus 5G. Very close to the Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G, it takes up its great strengths such as its 6.67-inch 120 Hz Amoled panel or its quite good main photosensor.

Among the points that change and that will justify the “Plus” of its name, we highlight a faster charge of 120 W, to which is added a battery with a somewhat shorter autonomy to gain in lightness. Its chip is also more powerful, which makes it easier to enter the field of 3D video games on smartphones.

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This article was translated from this source written by Titouan Gourlin

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