We tested a slew of new smartphones on Frandroid in March 2021. As we enter the month of April, we take the opportunity to take stock of the three recent best smartphones that we can recommend: the Oppo Find X3 Pro, the OnePlus 9 Pro and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro.
We test a lot of products on Frandroid, in particular to recommend the best smartphones to you. Every now and then it’s good to take stock of the latest, most interesting and compelling releases.
This is why we invite you here to see which are the three best smartphones that we tested in March and which are thus the three best recent devices to recommend at the beginning of April guaranteed without fish.
The Oppo Find X3 Pro is a very complete high-end smartphone enjoying a very well-mastered design and a little out of the ordinary, a very good 120 Hz screen, a customizable interface as desired, an excellent Snapdragon 888 and a really fast charge.
But the smartphone will seek its originality elsewhere: a simply stunning microscope mode. Thanks to this option, the smartphone is able to photograph really very small elements that are invisible to the naked eye. You will be able to capture things that escape your gaze. The feature might be very gimmicky, but it’s superbly put together and many of you have expressed your interest.
The OnePlus 9 Pro is also entitled to the essential characteristics of the top of the range in 2021. However, it is particularly effective on video games thanks to its Snapdragon 888 very well operated and a 120 Hz screen with AMOLED display for small onions.
All this is sublimated by the OxygenOS experience much appreciated by the Frandroid community and by a design a little against the current trend of matte finishes. The OnePlus 9 Pro wants to shine brightly and is adorned with well-marked and superbly crafted reflections.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro does more than ever credit to its predecessors by perfectly perpetuating the tradition of excellent value for money, so important for this family of smartphones. For more or less 300 euros – depending on the configuration chosen – the device has very attractive arguments for this price segment.
AMOLED and 120 Hz screen, Harman Kardon certified stereo speakers, 108 megapixel photo sensor, NFC compatibility… You will get your money’s worth, that’s for sure. For tighter budgets, the classic Redmi Note 10 is a great alternative for 100 euros less and with small concessions.