Thursday, September 24, 2015

Top 5 Android Smartphones Under 10,000

Top 5 Android Smartphones Under 10,000

LENOVO K3 NOTE

The Lenovo K3 Note is perhaps the most popular handset in its league today. It does most things right and comes with a gorgeous 5.5 Inch Full HD display, is powered by 1.7 GHz octa core MT6752 chipset with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage, flaunts a juicy 2900mAh battery and comes wrapped in a simple yet elegant matte finish body.

Pros

Great display
Efficient day to day performance.
Decent camera
Reasonable battery life
4G LTE on both SIM (You can use 4G on only 1 SIM at a time)

Cons

Low speaker volume
Reflective display glass

(Also See: Latest smartphones under 15000 in India)

YU YUREKA PLUS

Yureka Plus is an upgrade to Yureka which was designed to check soaring popularity of Lenovo K3 Note. This new Yureka variant improves on camera performance, is more durable with reinforced frame and Gorilla Glass 3, and has a full HD 1080p display.



Pros

Great performance
Customizable and light software
Great Display
Decent camera
4G LTE on both SIM

Cons

Unimpressive battery backup

(Also See: Micromax's Yu Yureka Plus Smartphone Review)

ZENFONE 2 LASER

Though we have come to expect unmatched hardware specifications even at budget price, we are often cynical about the camera performance in low cost phones. Zenfone 2 Laser isn’t high on specs, but still tries hard to impress with its rear camera, and fairly succeeds too.


Pros

Good camera with Laser AF
Great battery backup
Gorilla Glass 4
4G LTE on both SIM

Cons

To many preloaded apps

REDMI 2 PRIME

The Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime is a much needed upgrade to Redmi 2. The handset doubles RAM and storage to eliminate some of the major flaws of its predecessor, and in turn resulting in a very compelling handsets at 6,999INR

Pros

Great HD display
Reasonably good camera
Feature rich and vibrant MIUI 6 ROM
Smooth performance
4G LTE on both SIM

Cons

Base software is slightly dated Android 4.4 Kitkat

YU YUPHORIA

If you have a craving for metallic feel, Yuphoria is your only option in this budget. Initially, we felt that the rounded metallic RIM on the Yuphoria was overhyped, but over a period of time, it kind of grew on us (nope, we didn’t put a case on it).

Pros

Metallic side frame
Sturdy build
Android Lollipop based Cyanogen OS 12
4G LTE on both SIM

Cons

Cuts corner with the display quality
No USB OTG

WRAP-UP

Some compromises are always involved with budget Android smartphones, but if you are not a power user, you can draw great experience even at this price. The key is to know exactly what matters and what doesn’t, specifically for you.

Source: http://blog.smartprix.com/top-5-android-smartphones-under-10000-inr-september-2015/

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