These phones prove that no one needs to spend $800 or more on a flagship anymore

Some impressive flagships have landed on retail shelves this past year, from Apple’s best-in-class iPhone 14 Pro models to the new Google Pixel 7 enhanced by Google’s Tensor G2 chip. But if you want some real excitement, cast your eyes toward phones that cost hundreds of dollars less, as midrange devices made their mark in 2022.

All right, maybe “excitement” isn’t the right word, exactly. After all, as good as midrange phones like the Pixel 6a, Galaxy A53 and iPhone SE are, they’re not introducing new features. Rather, they’re cribbing off their flagship siblings, taking some of the premium features found in those higher-priced phones and offering them for a whole lot less.

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