Last week we asked you to pick your favorite phone from the string of MWC 2022 announcements. Two winners emerged overall, one topping the group chart, the other getting a lot of love in its individual poll.
The Honor Magic4 Pro was elected as the favorite flagship from this year’s MWC. That 64MP zoom camera really caught people’s attention. The unique look was another draw. The phone will be available next quarter starting at €1,100.
While it came in second in the overall poll, the Realme GT2 Pro had the best ratio in the individual “hot or not” polls with over 2/3rds of people voting in its favor. It may not have a tele camera, but the 150° ultrawide camera is unlike anything we've seen.
It will go on sale in Europe on March 15 (Tuesday) with an early bird price of €650 for the 8/128 GB model (later going up to €750). Considering that both the GT2 Pro and the Magic4 Pro offer Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipsets and 120Hz LTPO AMOLED displays, saving €450 makes the Realme a great value for money device.
As for the rest, the Oppo Find X5 Pro landed in third place, but the results from the individual poll are mixed – it’s a nearly even 50/50 split. The Lenovo Legion Y90 was fourth overall with a more positive 62.3% to 37.4% split in the individual poll. Of course, this one is a gaming phone, so it won’t appeal to everyone, but those who are looking for a gaming phone see quite happy with what Lenovo has delivered.
A quick look at the mid-rangers, the Poco X4 Pro 5G easily topped the group poll with over half of the votes going for it, while the Poco M4 Pro was dead last. The M4 Pro also tanked in its individual poll, not that the X4 Pro 5G is a fan favorite.
The Oppo Find X5 Lite got the worst result with 84% finding it underwhelming.