Skip to main content

Best budget Smartphone




Best Budget Smartphones in India

By Subhrojit Mallick | 09 - Dec - 2018

If you are buying a smartphone in India, chances are you are buying something in the budget mobile range and there is huge catalogue to choose from. These budget mobile which are able to perform at par with entry level flagship devices. So, we put together our list of the top budget smartphone in India for March 2018 across various brands. Our Top 10 list gives best options for buyers wanting a smartphone available in a budget. These phones offer the best possible value in terms of specs, features and build quality.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro

Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 5 Pro is currently the best budget smartphone in India as it checks all the right checkboxes. The phone is a brilliant performer thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 SoC and the new rear camera is better than most smartphones available at its price. The battery life is also a key highlight of the device and the phone can go upto two days without charging.

01

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro - Specifications

Ram & Storage :

4 GB | 64 GB

Display :

5.99 (1080 x 2160)

Processor :

1.8 GHz,Octa

Operating system :

Android

Primary camera :

12 + 5 MP MP

Front camera :

20 MP

Battery :

4000 mAH

Soc :

Qualcomm SDM636 Snapdragon 636

Available at :

Paytm | Amazon

R13758BUY 
NOW


R14199BUY 
NOW


Know MoreRead Review


Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1

The Zenfone Max Pro M1 is essentially the Redmi Note 5 Pro with stock Android. It has the same internals as its rival but runs on pure, clean stock Android. Even the camera is similar, and is more easily available making it one of the best devices for a budget.

02

Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 - Specifications

Ram & Storage :

4 GB | 32 GB

Display :

5.99 (1080 x 2160)

Processor :

1.8 GHz,Octa

Operating system :

Android

Primary camera :

13 + 5 MP MP

Front camera :

8 MP

Battery :

5000 mAH

Soc :

Qualcomm SDM636 Snapdragon 636

Available at :

Amazon

R11496BUY 
NOW


Know More


Xiaomi Mi A1

Xiaomi’s Mi A1 is unlike any other Xiaomi phone you may have seen from the company. Taking the Android One software forward, the Mi A1 is the first phone from the company with stock Android out of the box. The phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC, same as the Moto G5 Plus and offers a similar performance. The dual camera setup at the rear is really good and comes at par to the Redmi Note 5 Pro in some situations.

03

Xiaomi Mi A1 - Specifications

Ram & Storage :

4 GB | 64 GB

Display :

5.5 (1080 x 1920)

Processor :

2 GHz,Octa

Operating system :

Android

Primary camera :

12 + 12 MP MP

Front camera :

5 MP

Battery :

3080 mAH

Soc :

Qualcomm Snapdragon 625

Available at :

Flipkart

R14338BUY 
NOW


Know MoreRead Review


Nokia 6 2018

The Nokia 6 2018 is sturdy, durable and looks different from the rest. It doesn't have the in-vogue features like a taller display or dual cameras, but it covers the basics pretty well.

04

Nokia 6 2018 - Specifications

Ram & Storage :

4 GB | 64 GB

Display :

5.5 (1080 x 2280)

Processor :

2.2 GHz,Octa

Operating system :

Android

Primary camera :

16 MP

Front camera :

8 MP

Battery :

3000 mAH

Soc :

Qualcomm SDM630 Snapdragon 630


Comments

Popular posts from this blog

7 eating habits that we know are good for us:

1. Eat plenty of vegetables and fruits – Some countries are very specific about the number of servings of fruits and vegetables that we should consume daily, for example Greece says six, Costa Rica and Iceland say five. Canada even specifies the colors of vegetables to consume (one dark green and one orange vegetable a day). Serving sizes can vary by country; however, all guidelines recommend eating plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits on a daily basis.

2. Watch your intake of fats– Said in different ways, most guidelines make mention of reducing solid, saturated fats and give recommendations for replacing animal fats with vegetable oils. In Greece, olive oil is recommended, in Viet Nam it is sesame or peanut oil – demonstrating the importance of availability and cultural preference in each country’s guidelines.3. Cut back on foods and beverages high in sugar – It is generally agreed upon that processed sugar is harmful to our health. The guidelines in every country recommend to maint…

Humans are a massive minority on Earth. Why don't we act like it?

Humans are a massive minority on Earth. Why don't we act like it?

Most of us, including scientists, are blind to the full scope of the living world. This was illustrated by an informal survey which asked biologists and ecologists from elite universities two questions. In terms of mass, is the living world mostly composed of animals, plants or bacteria? And is there more global biomass on land or in the oceans? The majority of them answered both questions incorrectly.In an age of unparalleled access to information, this is a glaring gap in our knowledge. We are now equipped to close it. I joined colleagues from the Weizmann Institute in Israel and the California Institute of Technology to estimate the biomass of all kingdoms of life on Earth. The results were published in the journal of the American National Academy of Sciences, and were widely (and more digestibly) covered by the popular press.It required years of work, collecting and integrating information from hundreds of previ…

Chart of the day: These countries create most of the world’s CO2 emissions

With CO2 levels on the rise, being able to track global emissions is crucial. Image: REUTERS/Regis Duvignau Just two countries, China and the US, are responsible for more than 40% of the world’s CO2 emissions. With CO2 levels still on the rise, being able to track the global emissions hotspots is becoming more important than ever. Before the industrial revolution, levels of atmospheric CO2 were around 280 parts per million (ppm). By 2013, that level had breached the 400ppm mark for the first time. On 3 June 2019 it stood at 414.40ppm. Fifteen countries are responsible for more than two thirds of global CO2 emissions. Image: Visual Capitalist There are huge disparities between the world’s top 15 CO2 emissions-generating countries. China creates almost double the emissions of second-placed US, which is in turn responsible for more than twice the level of third-placed India.