Are you in the market to get a new mobile? There are really a lot of great options today that won’t break the bank, as cell phones under Rs 20,000 can be considered the top killers. But aside from this, there is also a great variety of smartphones offered at a decent budget that will still deliver great performance. There are some great options that are below the 15,000 rupee budget range. However, what if you have a tighter budget? Here are some of the favorite smartphones as of March 2016, which will cost you less than Rs 10,000.
As always, there are several caveats that should be clear. For starters, although there are some great smartphones under Rs 10,000, it will need to be open to some level of compromise. It is unlikely that you will simply get a cell phone that is exceptional in everything, but below are only the phones that got 7 or more in expert ratings. There are quite a few phones, but the price is the most preferred, so a little north of Rs. 10,000 means the smartphone is not on the list. The exact same thing applies to the deadline: it is not likely to appear here, if a mobile phone is more than half a year old.
With everything on your mind, take a look at the best mobile options under Rs. 10,000:
Xiaomi redmi note 3
It is among the top-rated cell phones that have a particularly remarkable display and battery life, only at a cost that doesn’t put a hole in your pocket. But the camera could have been better. The highlights are the Full HD display, the 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 hexa-core processor with 2GB of RAM. Price Rs. 9,999
Coolpad Note 3 Lite
It is one of the cheapest phones out there for incorporating a fingerprint detector, in addition to having a great battery life. Charging takes a comparatively long time, so before leaving home, be sure to charge your phone. Winning features include: 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6735 processor, 3GB RAM, 16GB internal storage expandable up to 32GB. Price Rs. 6,999
The Meizu M2 offers excellent value for money and looks good, but the applications can be somewhat complex and the camera performance must have been better. On other fronts it works well, helping you get to the areas where you fall short. Price Rs. 6,999
The camera is a small disappointment. However, it is a sweet looking phone with a large 720×1280 pixel screen. The best part is that it offers almost a standard Android experience. Price 6,279 rupees
Intex Cloud Flash
Its high points are the display and its performance, but the battery life is somewhat unsatisfactory. It runs on the Android 5.1 operating system, supports two Micro-SIMs, and is powered by a 2300 mAh non-removable battery. Price Rs. 6,999