Best Phone Under 10000 Rupees, June 2020 Updated
There is no doubt that the sub-Rs. The 10,000 price segment is important for the average Indian buyer. At this price level, users can get more than just necessary in a smartphone, and manufacturers are very competitive here. The result is a wide variety of options to choose from. If you are looking for a phone priced at Rs. 10,000 after the price increase due to the recent GST rate increase, this list should help you narrow down your search.
Our sub-Rs. The list of 10,000 compiled smartphones that scored really well in our reviews. These devices are hand-selected based on their performance, battery life, and cameras. So whom would you choose?
Samsung Galaxy M30
The Samsung Galaxy M30 is more than a year old at this point, but thanks to several price drops, it is now sub-Rs 10,000. Available in segments. It offers a full-HD + AMOLED display which is very low at this price point. The Galaxy M30 is made of plastic, but the device feels solidly built. Samsung also offers this model in several color gradient options.
The Galaxy M30 is powered by an Exynos 7904 Soc which is not the most powerful in this price range. You get two RAM and storage options to choose from: 3GB RAM with 32GB storage and 6GB RAM with 128GB storage.
We were happy with the battery life of this smartphone but the charging was very slow to our liking. The UI is clean and easy to use. We liked the triple camera setup on the Galaxy M30 quite well. It manages good photos in daylight, but low-light results may be better. Currently, you can get the base variant of the Galaxy M30 for just Rs. 10,000. The device is available for purchase on Samsung’s own website in addition to e-commerce stores.
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Realme U1 is another smartphone that has become more affordable over time. While the phone is a bit old, it is not irrelevant. This device managed to impress us with its specifications. Realme U1 offers a full-HD + display which is not very common at this price point.
Realme U1 is powered by a MediaTek Helio P70 SoC, which is capable of delivering good performance. It has a dual-camera setup at the back and takes good pictures in good light conditions. We were not happy with the low light performance. Auto-focus is also not fast. Surprisingly, Realme U1 has a 25-megapixel selfie shooter that takes good pictures in broad daylight. The low light selfie was not very good when we reviewed this phone.
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Realme U1 achieves this through day-to-day tasks without any problems and even the game performs excellently. Battery life is another positive, and the Realme U1 lasted 14 hours and 56 minutes in our HD video loop test.