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Best Smartphones for Every Budget!

If you want to buy a smartphone right now and are very confused because there are a ton of options available in the market and are not able to decide which should you buy, then don’t worry because you came to the right place. We have done all the hard work for you and compiled a list of smartphones for each and every budget, Here are the best smartphones that you can buy as of now:

 

Under Rs.7,000:

10.or G:

Starting of we have the 10.or G, A great budget smartphone packing in a lot of power. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 SOC, Coupled with 3GB of RAM & 32GB of Internal Storage, With an amazing 4000mAh Battery which would last for about 1.5 Days for a normal user on a single charge, and also it has a 5.5” Full HD Display, it has some sort of heating issues but for the price you cant really complain and for its price this is the best budget smartphone that we can recommend easily to anybody who is on a tight budget.

 

Under Rs.10,000:

  1. RealMe 1:

A brand new phone, by a brand new company(Earlier was a sub-brand under Oppo) , The RealMe 1 for Rs. 9,000 is the best which you could buy as of now , RealMe 1 packing in a 6” FHD+ 18:9 Display, Mediatek Helio P60 SOC, 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM, Good Cameras, Decent Battery life is as good as you can think of for this price. But keep in mind that his phone doesn’t have a fingerprint sensor, instead it relies on face unlocking is not that secure as compared to fingerprint sensor.

 

  1. Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1:

This is the latest offering from Asus, which is surprisingly a great offering. Now some of you who may know about this smartphone may tell that it sells for Rs. 11,000, But after the price cut by Asus, and after some discount by flipkart it comes under for Rs. 10,000. Which in my opinion is a great price for what it is offering. For starters, It packs in a massive 5,000 mAh battery which would easily get through 2 days for a normal user on a single charge. I know that’s amazing, It also packs in Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 SOC, 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM, 6” FHD+ Display, and a lot more but note that its fingerprint sensor is not that fast, but overall it an amazing deal.

 

Under Rs.15,000:

  1. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro:

The Redmi Note 4 was the most selling smartphone in India last year, So, Here is the successor of it, The Redmi Note 5 Pro. Xiaomi is known for providing great smartphones for great prices, and his is no exception, this again packs in Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 SOC, 4GB RAM, 4,000 mAh which translates to about 1.5 days of battery life for a normal user on a single charge. Xiaomi had smartphones with pretty average cameras in the past but this time they have fixed it with this phone, It has probably one of the best camera for the price.

Overall this is the complete overall best package which you could get.

 

  1. Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1(6GB RAM):

The 6GB Ram Variant of the Zenfone Max Pro is next up, but this variant also improves upon the camera, And this variant has a far superior cameras as compared to the other variants of this phone. So, you can also buy it over the redmi note 5 pro if you want that amazing 5,000 mAh battery, and stock android.

 

Under Rs.20,000

  1. Honor Play:

As the name suggests it is a gaming phone, and the first gaming phone in India. But it may not look like one because it is a gaming phone for just Rs. 20,000! Yes my friend, this is a really cheap gaming smartphone. Though it has a cheap price tag, it has flagship-grade internals!. This guy is rocking the Kirin 970 SOC, a custom build SOC for Huawei and Honor phones, this is the same processor found on the Huawei’s true flagship, The Huawei P20 Pro, A 65K Smartphone. Now, You might think that it may sacrifice on the other aspects. No, it has a 3750 mAh Battery which is pretty decent, 4GB RAM, UFS 2.1 Storage and a 6” FHD+ display, & it also have GPU Turbo Technology, which enhances the gaming performance of your phone. The cameras might not be the best part of this phone, but they are still pretty decent, considering the other thing that it offers.

 

  1. Mi A2:

If you want the best camera and are on a budget, This phone is the best which you can buy as of now. It packs in dual rear camera, and a single front camera, and they are amazing. It also has Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SOC, 4/6GB RAM with 64/128 GB Internal storage. The performance on this thing is actually good considering the price. But what this thing lacks is a headphone jack! I mean seriously do you think that this phone was too thin, that Xiaomi was not able to put a headphone jack. Even if they remove the headphone jack, You expect to have a good battery life, Then Sorry! This guy just has a 3010 mAh Battery, Which might not be enough to get you even through a day on a single charge. And yeah, it even Doesn’t have expandable storage!

Under Rs.25,000:

Pocophone F1:

This is the first smartphone of a new sub-brand of Xiaomi, “Poco”. The name might not sound good to you, but the specs would surely, this packs in top of the line Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SOC, 6 GB RAM, 64 GB Internal Storage, and a massive 4,000 mAh Battery. All that at just Rs. 21,000!!! Now, if you can believe the specs above at this amazing price, you would think that the camera might not be that great, but that is not the case this is on-par with other smartphone in camera department also. So, what compromises has Xiaomi made to make the price so good, that is this is made up of poly-carbonate or in more simpler words, this is made up of plastic, Xiaomi said that most people put up a case on their phone anyways, so they did this for cost-cutting, but it would had been appreciated if they had made it with metal or glass. But anyways this is a great offering, and I can easily recommend it to anybody looking for a smartphone in this budget.

Under Rs.30,000:

Asus Zenfone 5Z:

This one is the only phone I would strongly recommend under Rs.30,000. This guy has the top of the line Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SOC, which is found in flagships which are priced 2x or 3x more than this one, It also has 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage which should be enough for most users. So, The performance on this should be blazing fast, the cameras are also pretty good. Moving on to display, it has a 6.2” FHD+ 18:9 Display, which is very good. Asus also advertises this phone as an AI phone, and I would have to agree, This phone is packed with AI, and this phone learns and adapts to your usage which  makes this phone amazing!

 

Under Rs.40,000:

OnePlus 6:

This phone is the most trending phone in the flagship smartphone market. So what makes, this phone so good is that OnePlus has given us the complete package. This phone has Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SOC, 6/8 GB RAM with 64/128 GB Internal Storage. The Cameras are also pretty good, and it has a 6.3” FHD+ Optic Amoled Display with a notch. This phone has a 3300 mAh Battery which should get you through a day and if you want to charge it up you have support for dash charging which is rapid fast. Overall this is the most balanced package with a not to high price tag.

 

Under Rs.50,000:

Vivo Nex:

When I first saw this phone, My mind blew away. This looks like a phone from the future. SO, what makes it so futuristic is it design and the display. Let’s start off with the display, This has an almost whole screen on the front which is a 6.6” FHD+ Super Amoled Display. Now, if you have an almost full display on the front without a notch, how you would you put in the front camera? Vivo’s answer is to put a motorized pop-up camera, which pops-up when you need it it, which in my opinion looks very futuristic and another futuristic thing it has is that it has an in-display fingerprint sensor!

 

Above Rs.50,000:

  1. Samsung Galaxy Note 9:

Samsung just unveiled its new note, and it’s amazing. You can expect the same internals as a new flagship. But it has something more, it has 512GB Internal Storage variant which is the first of its kind and you can expand the storage even more by using a SD card if it’s not enough for you, So it is 1TB ready! It even packs in a 4000 mAh battery which is very rare in flagships these days as other companies are trying to make phones slimmer and slimmer, and thus compromising on battery life but that’s not the case with this. It even has a new S Pen, which adds a lot of new features!

2. Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+:

This is the first phone to have variable aperture, It can switch between f1.5 and f2.4, which is a very nice addition, It has great performance, Great Cameras, Decent Battery life and overall a very balanced smartphone. It looks absolutely amazing with that Infinity Display, and the curvy design just makes a lot easier to use it with single hand.

 

3. Google Pixel 2/ Pixel 2 XL:

If camera is your no.1 priority and want to get day 1 android updates and can live with the older Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SOC, This is the probably the best camera smartphone you could buy till date. Despite having the older SOC, this is still ultra-smooth and can handle any game you through at it with ease. But keep in mind that google is going to launch the new pixel devices in early October (Probably 4th October, 2018), So if you can wait, the i would strongly suggest you to wait for sometime and get the new Pixel 3/ Pixel 3 XL.

4. iPhone X:

If you are looking for an iPhone, then you should probably get this. It has great Design, Great cameras, great performance, great display and it is really amazing. But I would suggest you to wait for sometime because he new iPhones are just around the corner, and it should be better but you can’t wait then still it is an amazing smartphone, you can go for it even now.

 

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