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7 Budget Smartphones Under 10K

Market is flooded with numerous smartphones running on different OS including Android, Windows, etc. As manufacturers are targeting budget conscious customers, they are producing entry level smartphones with lots of features and usability. Let’s find out some of the best devices available in the market under 10K…

Moto E

Motorola can be regarded as one of the legends in the industry and it was heartening to see the company having another go in the mobile space. With Moto G the company managed to resurface in the market and with Moto E the company has made connectivity affordable, thereby giving it a wider reach.

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Micromax Unite 2

Micromax Unite 2 is the answer to Moto E which has become the benchmark for entry-level smartphones. Micromax kept everything in the mind before designing the device. It has a 4.7-inch IPS screen, which is neither large nor small in size, a fairly decent size for entry level smartphones. With the gracious build quality, the body gets round shape at the corners and the rubberized back cover for better grip.

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Asus Zenfone 5

The year 2014 is the budget smartphone year and the best time to buy a phone that fulfills all your needs with the price that you can stomach easily. The smartphone market is already flooded with affordable smartphones like Moto G, Lumia 630, Intex Aqua i5, etc and it’s a daunting task for a manufacturer to establish itself in this segment. Asus has hit the sweet spot with Zenfone series and Zenfone 5 stands tall against its rivals in mid-segment smartphone category. Asus has introduced 4, 4.5, 5 and 6 inch variants in the latest series. The Taiwanese tech major has a lot to offer and that too with an attractive price point of Rs 5,999 onwards for Indian consumers who loves a pocket friendly feature-rich phone. Here we are giving you a full review of 5 inch version- the Zenfone 5.

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HTC Desire 310

HTC is now ready to compete with the rivals in the entry and midrange smartphone segment with its new HTC Desire 310. The midrange smartphone is available in the Indian market at a price tag of Rs. 11,700. The budget phone is powered with Quad Core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 CPU and runs over Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS. The high resolution TFT capacitive 4.5 inch display comes with HTC Sense UI 5.1 and offers decent video experience. Crystal-clear sound quality of loudspeakers would please the ears as well. It sports 4 GB of internal memory which can be expanded up to 32 GB with a microSD memory card.

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Salora Arya 1 Plus

Salora’s low-budget smartphone Arya A1 Plus looks pretty in hands and comes with dual 3G SIM support. The smartphone comes with 4.5 inch qHD IPS OGS (One glass solution) screen with 960×540 resolution that delivers awesome viewing experience from every angle. The color reproduction of the display is quite impressive, which doesn’t fade even in direct sunlight.

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Wickdlweak Wammy One

The Budget Smartphones packs a powerful octa-core processor and is available at a pretty low price. Wickedleak has made some improvement in the design than its previous models. It looks pretty cool in hands though the body is entirely plastic. The sleek body design feels quite sturdy and the metallic frame around the body with golden finish enhances the overall beauty of the phone.

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Fly Qik+

In its second innings in the Indian technology market, the UK based smartphone manufacturer – Fly Mobiles has introduced three affordable smartphones- the Qik, Qik+, and Snap. We got our hands on the Qik+, which is priced at Rs. 6,999, the highest among the three models. This pricing puts the Qik + in the direct fight with the three best smartphones in the sub 8k price bracket; the Redmi 2, Lenovo A6000 and the Moto E (2015). Let’s find out where Qik+ stands in this dog fight.

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