Fast Mintt phone facts
- Mintt is a recent addition to the Australian smartphone market, having launched in mid-2019.
- Budget smartphones are Mintt's bread and butter, with its phones ranging in price from $180 up to $400.
- Though Mintt is an Australian company, its phones are manufactured overseas by its Chinese manufacturing partners.
Which Mintt phone is best?
Singling out one Mintt smartphone to label "the best" is a tricky proposition, since your particular needs, tastes and budget are going to impact which handset best suits your situation. That's why we've highlighted our Finder's pick below, choosing the Mintt phone that we believe offers the most compelling array of features for its price.
Since our pick is based on our extensive experience testing and reviewing smartphones in Australia, it may not be the ideal choice for you specifically. Bear this in mind when considering which Mintt smartphone you wish to purchase.
Mintt UltraMintt Y3
- 6.3-inch Full HD display
- Triple-lens 20MP + 16MP + 5MP camera array
- 4,050mAh battery with support for wireless charging.
The Mintt UltraMintt Y3 makes a strong argument for choosing Mintt over other, more well-established smartphone brands. At an affordable RRP of $399, it packs a large 6.3-inch screen with a full HD resolution of 2,340 x 1,080 – something few phones in this price range offer.
Shutterbugs benefit from a triple-lens 20MP + 16MP + 5MP rear camera plus a 24MP selfie camera. While you'll have to contend with a few compromises in low-light conditions and when taking long-range photos, both cameras are capable of taking quality photos and offer plenty of additional features including AI optimisations and a beauty mode.
The 4,050mAh battery is also worth mentioning, as it delivers excellent longevity. It supports wireless Qi charging, another handy feature few comparably priced smartphones offer.
Check out our full review of the Mintt UltraMintt Y3 for more information.
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