Do you want to buy your dream phone?
With the budget 15000!
You know what? I think 15000 is a perfect investment on smartphones because there are lots of phones companies available in Indian market. They can provide you a variety of Android smartphones with a proper specification.
There’s one key way in which Android is massively different from other IOS-based like (Apple and Windows) smartphone competition – the number of smartphones running out there Google’s hot mobile OS.
Well, there are Big Smartphones Companies are; Samsung, Apple, Blackberry, ASUS, Micromax, HTC, Lenovo, Sony, and LG are all on the top of the list. There’s an excess of other Smartphone company in the mix, with the likes of Xiamoi, Gionee, Oppo, Redmi, ZTE, Huawei and OnePlus all offering cheap smartphones – and the other hand Google’s gone high end with the Nexus and pixel range.
Sometimes buying the right phone is a difficult task. We have to look for RAM, Processor, and all another thing. But don’t worry to help find the most reliable Android phone for you; That’s why I have conducted views about best Android Smartphones from my Indian blogger friends.
Sasidhar – http://www.amfastech.com/
Redmi Note 3/MI Max – If I have to choose, I will pick up Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 (which I am using right now) as it is the best and paisa-wasool phone of the year as per my opinion. Snapdragon 650 processor with 3GB RAM leaves no marks of lag on multi-tasking and gaming on MIUI. The new MIUI8 have this ‘dual apps’ feature which is very much needed in a dual SIM phone these days to setup and use two different accounts on an app at the same time. If screen size matters, I’d suggest going for MI Max which is specification wise a good device but costs 2,000 rupees more than the Redmi Note 3 yet having the same specs that of RN3 except the screen size and battery capacity.
The con of this phone is the camera that is being seen on the phone with good CPU performance which I don’t know why yet.
LeEco Le2 – Le2 is no less compared to Redmi Note 3. It has an SD652 processor with 3GB RAM which is as good as Redmi Note 3. The reason why I gave it a second place is that the screen flexes controversy that the phone is bugging with. The company says it’s a feature, but you can’t feel good to see a display flexing and making click sound while tapping. To be honest, the Le2’s design is much better than the Redmi Note 3 in looks.
Le2 gets better megapixel cameras and are better than the Redmi Note 3’s. The choice is all about priorities of course. The cons of this phone are the battery. It comes with the only 3000mAh which is not less powered but comparatively bad enough in a competition.
Asus Zenfone Max (2016) – Asus significantly brought some changes to the longest battery life phone in the 5.5-inch category. If performance is my priority, battery life would be my next. I’m a 24×7 internet connected guy, and I would need a phone that lasts one single day, I mean the whole 24 hours even if used hardly. And the ZenUI is my favorite UI as it would be very user-friendly to use than other custom UI’s.
The cons of Zenfone max would be the processor with the heating issues. To buy one, you much calculate how bigger a 5,000mAh battery can impact the body with a heat processor. So, better not use this device heavily.
Moto G4 – G4 has some improvements. Motorola, being the toughest flagship brand of past years, suggests preferring Moto G4 for any average user. The good thing I like about Moto device is the stock Android which is battery-friendly software with less/no customizations. The camera focusing system is also improved with the laser auto-focus system. But, the video recording is still bad.
The cons of this device are the ugly design, yesterday’s GPU comparatively. The SD 617 still heats and lags when stressed. They could have used the SD 650 which comes with RN3 and Le2. The bad GPS reflexes confuse the navigation on unknown roads.
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Lenovo Zuk Z1 – With SD 800 series chipset and 3GB RAM Lenovo Zuk Z1 goes my priority. Good display 4100mAh battery and weak GPU. It doesn’t matter for a non-gamer like me, but it still matters somewhat regarding graphics rendering capability. Lenovo Zuk Z1 comes with Cyanogen mod OS which is one of my best picks under 15000 phones. Good battery, OIS for the rear camera, right earpiece speaker, and cyanogen mod OS are my twinkles to pick it up.
Things like overtime gaming heat up the devices a lot comes with no memory card slot, low auto-brightness sensor disappoints me in this device.
As per my priorities, my top list goes like this. If you had observed, I didn’t say much about cameras as much as I said about processor and RAM regarding performance. Under 15,000 you won’t get a perfect device or a device with excellent cameras. If I had to prefer a smartphone camera, I’d then choose an iPhone or Samsung Galaxy S7 or Note 7 not any of the budget handsets. That’s why you see me sharing fewer photos on Instagram of Facebook.
Vashishtha Kapoor – http://www.droidcrunch.com/
I just saw that you have made your blog very nice and it looks a pro blog now. Many Congratulations brother.
I would like to tell everyone that there is no mean of buying a smartphone for less than 10000 INR. Because it always lacks some feature that you may go jealous to see in the friend’s gadget.
On the first hand, fingerprint unlock has been introduced with Redmi Note 3 and is being incorporated by many brands. The Ram capacity and internal memory are being enhanced on the other hand. I prefer to go with Samsung j series or Redmi Note 3.
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Redmi Note 3 is still one for the best smartphone for anyone having a budget of around 10k to 15k. My friend, Ayush bought moto g4 plus, and as far as he is explaining, the smartphone is of amazing quality.
I recommend Redmi Note 3 because of its unbeatable features like the fast fingerprint scanner and one handed mode. Yesterday, my smartphone dropped from my hand and scattered on the floor. But with no scratch and no problem in functioning. Moreover, the hardware configuration is also very helpful for anyone.
Debshikha Banerjee – http://gadget-woman.com/
I am an Android fangirl, and I am Glad you invited me for the roundup Saurabh. Speaking of Android, what can be better than stock Android? Stock Android is pure Android, i.e. there are no custom UI on the phone. My favorite phone in this category would be Moto G Plus (32 GB). Motorola phones are greatly built, and stock Android is like icing the cake! The phone is currently priced at Rs. 14,999 on Amazon India. You can avail new discount by exchanging your old phone.
Talking about the features, it comes with a 16 MP rear camera with laser autofocus and 5 MP front wide angle camera for selfies and groupies. The 5.5 inch of the device has 401 ppm and a coating of Gorilla Glass 3. Moto G Plus runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Out-of- the box, and is expected to have Nougat update soon! The octa core processor is one of the recently launched one i.e. Snapdragon 617. There would be very fewer chances of heating. However, there were heat issues previously, but it has been fixed with software updates. The processor is backed with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage. More storage is brought to you in the form of expandable external storage up to 128 GB. Another added advantage of the device is it being a dual SIM device, with a dedicated slot for each SIM. Finally, it also has an impressive 3000 mAh battery with Turbo Charging which would give you a day to last. The phone is light weighted i.e. 154 grams only, and the phone has a fingerprint sensor to keep all your files and private information locked exclusively. Besides, it has OTG support too. Besides, Amazon has some exciting offers stocked up for the early buyers.
Satya Joshi – http://digitalample.com/
I know there are lots of companies that they are producing quality and amazing smartphones for their users. But for this below 15K round up I will go with Huawei. They are utterly fantastic with their smartphones I loved their Huawei Honor 5C LTE with its prices as well as it’s featured.
The most amazing thing about Huawei Honor 5C LTE that it is highly equipped by 1.7GHz octa-core Hisilicon Kirin 650 processor and it comes with 2GB of RAM with 16GB of internal storage. You can expand up to 128GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Huawei Honor 5C LTE packs a 13-megapixel primary camera on the rear and an 8-megapixel front shooter for selfies. This smartphone will be best for selfie lovers. To talk about battery capacity its supports 3000mAh and I loved its battery support, and it displays features as well.
If you still have any question, feel free to ask it in the comments section. As well as don’t forget to share your favorite smartphone under 15000.