Here are my top 5 €300 to €400 phones, now sit back, relax and enjoy.
The Poco F3 is the best option at this price point packing some pretty good specs including a 120Hz 6.67" HDR10+ 1080p display, a 48MP triple camera setup, 6GB RAM and the blazing fast Snapdragon 870 SoC and all for just €370, it is basically a flagship with only a few corners cut, the only flaw about it is the lack of the headphone jack but you do get a USB-C to 3.5mm adaptor in the box, but overall it's the best buy at this price point.
The Nord is simply one of the best value Android phones you can buy right now, you get a snappy Snapdragon 765G SoC, 8GB RAM, a 90Hz refresh rate, a 48MP quad camera setup, a 32MP selfie camera and even an ultrawide selfie camera and all for just €400, the only flaw is just like the Poco the lack of the headphone jack and you don't get an adaptor in the box so you'll have to buy one but other than that it's a solid buy.
At only €350 the Pixel 4a is one of the best camera phones you can buy with a very capable 12.2MP sensor, it even has the best astrophotography on a phone it even has a headphone jack and of course that delightful stock Android experience, the only weaknesses of the phone are it's year old Snapdragon 730G SoC and the somewhat cheap felling plastic frame but those are just minor problems that don't make this a bad phone, so if you want a great camera phone that doesn't break the bank then the Pixel 4a is worth considering.
At €400 the newly released Mi 11 Lite 5G is a great phone packing features like 5G, the new Snapdragon 780G SoC, 8GB RAM, a 6.55" display with a 90Hz refresh rate, support for 10bit colour, support for HDR10+, with a 1080p resolution and a 64MP triple camera setup, it's got glass on the front and back and even IP53 splash protection, the only flaw is the lack of the headphone jack but the phone comes with an adaptor in the box, overall the Mi 11 Lite 5G is a decent phone for €400 but you can get better phones for less.
For €380 the X50 5G is a decent buy packing some great features like a 120Hz refresh rate, a 48MP quad camera setup, dual selfie cameras, the snappy Snapdragon 765G SoC and of course 5G, so it packs some great value for money and it's even constructed with aluminium and glass on the front anf back, but there are some flaws it doesn't have a headphone jack and it doesn't have an AMOLED panel Realme have instead opted for a much cheaper IPS panel but overall it's a great buy but you can get better for cheaper.
I hope you enjoyed my roundup of my top 5 €300 to €400 phones, there will be links to buy each phone down below if you are interested.
I hope you guys found that info helpful and with all of that out of the way until the next time have a good day, cheers!