What phone to buy?

I used to have a samsung Galaxy young 2 but it was horrible. I would like to buy a phone with high performance, storage, looks nice. Basically an all rounder. I don’t mind spending more than 400$ but also not over 550$? Does anyone know any good phones?

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It's now last years model.

My wife and I both carry the Moto 5 noted by CNET. With 4GB RAM and 64GB onboard we added the usual 128GB memory card and it's pretty amazing what you can carry with you today for well under 300.

Oh wait, it's still on the CNET list at

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Thanks for answering

I didn’t expect the Moto 5 to be so good but tbh personally I think it doesn’t look too good. I bet it's good and all that but the screen is kinda small and it just doesn’t describe a phone in my price range. Thanks for answering anyway and I’ll take it into account.

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It's a pretty big screen at 5.2 inches.
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Moto 5 noted by CNET. With 4GB RAM and 64GB

Moto 5 noted by CNET. With 4GB RAM and 64GB is best in your budget

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Hello there;
you might want to consider xiaomi mi max 2, speed: 4G ram, storage: 64/128G RAM.

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