Best iPhone 8 Alternatives – Our #1 Picks
If the price is no concern, these are the best iPhone 8 alternatives money can buy right now. They all pack in the best of the best when it comes to camera technology, performance, memory, and connectivity – meaning things like 5G. With the iPhone 8, the handset is now kind of old, so if you want the best of the best when it comes to the top iPhones, you’re going to be paying $1000+. And that is often just too much for most people…
The iPhone 8 alternatives listed below are all cheaper and better than Apple’s iPhone 8, so whatever you go with you’re going to be getting a freakin’ epic handset!
Best iPhone 8 Alternatives (The Premium Options)
|OnePlus 7 Pro|
(Our #1 Pick)
|Samsung Galaxy Note 10|
(Amazing Design, Performance)
|Huawei P30 Pro|
(The Best iPhone Alternative)
|Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus|
(The Best All-Rounder)
|Google Pixel 3 XL|
(Best For Camera)
|Huawei Mate 20|
(Brilliant Battery Life)
Best iPhone 8 Budget Options
On a budget? Looking for more bang for your buck? No problem. Right now there has never been a better spread of Android phones with respect to value for money. All of the options listed below look and perform like flagships, only they’re all about 30-40% cheaper…
|Google Pixel 3a |
(Our #1 Pick)
(The Best "Cheap" Flagship)
|Samsung Galaxy A70|
(The Mid-Range S10)
|Xiaomi Mi 9 |
How To Buy Cheaper iPhones (Yes, There is A Way…)
iPhones are expensive. That’s kind of Apple’s whole deal. But if you’re savvy, there are ways of buying cheaper iPhones. And the best one is going the refurbished route because you could save, on average, around 40% on all of Apple’s current models.
I tend to get most of my refurbished iPhones via Gazelle; it offers all of Apple’s iPhones, as well as iPads, MacBooks, Pixel phones, and Samsung Galaxy Phones. Another great option is Amazon Renewed which, again, covers everything from iPhones to Google Pixel phones and everything else in between.
Interested in how they compare? Check out the table below:
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Anything Else I Need To Know?
Not really. We’ve just about covered everything. All of the handsets listed in the post – the premium and budget ones – are all brilliant devices that the KYM team has used, rated, and 100% recommend.
If you’re short on cash and don’t want to spend a ton of money on a new phone, you have plenty of options – 1) go with a refurbished one, or, 2) get a cheaper Android phone from the table above.
And don’t think a phone’s RRP is reflective of its performance. Nowadays, most mid-range Android phones pack in plenty of performance and great cameras. The Google Pixel 3a, pictured above, is my current daily driver, and it is a fantastic phone. And it only costs $399 to buy outright…
This is why Google’s Pixel range of phones is one of the fastest-growing in the entire mobile space – because it delivers truly insane value for money. And at over 60% cheaper than a new iPhone, it’s easy to see why plenty of people are looking to the Pixel 3a instead of paying $1000 for a new iPhone.