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List of best budget smartphones in India. It has a mix of highest rated smartphones priced around Rs 15,000 in India. Our Top 10 list gives best options for Android, Windows and Blackberry OS users.
The new Moto G is the best smartphone to buy under Rs. 15,000 in India. It offers larger screen, stock Android experience and a better camera at the same price.
The Asus Zenfone 5 achieves excellent balance of performance, features, price and build quality. Buy it as the best Android smartphone for a budget of around Rs. 10,000 in India
The Micromax Canvas Nitro is the best Micromax smartphone available in the market today. Apart from logging excellent performance in our tests, the Canvas Nitro also shines in the batterylife department. We also liked the camera performance and the phone is very well built for its price range
The Nokia Lumia 730 is the best Windows Phone that you can buy for around Rs. 15,000 in India. The Lumia 730 excels in providing a fluid and simple UI along with an excellent front facing camera for capturing high quality selfie shots. The Lumia 730 is built very well too.
This Alcatel phone is a top smartphone option for anyone looking for a balanced mix of features and performance, willing to try out a relatively new brand. One of the key advantages with the Alcatel phone is the 5-inch 1080p screen well supported by 2GB of RAM and Octacore processor.
Micromax Canvas Gold is a faster and enhanced version of the Canvas Nitro. It gives higher performance and more features at the cost of lower battery life. Choose the Canvas Gold over the Nitro if you want pure performance at the cost of battery life and a slightly higher price tag
The Blackberry Z3 is the best smartphone under Rs 15,000 for Blackberry loyals. If you are on the Blackberry platform, looking to upgrade to a new Blackberry phones, just get the Z3
The Xolo Q3000 is recommended if you want a big-screen Android smartphone with 2GB of RAM and good battery life. It offers 4000mAh battery pack, ably supporting its big 1080p screen.
The Canvas Knight A350 is an impressive phone with octacore processor, 2GB of RAM and 1080p 5-inch screen. We wish it offered memory expansion option and was better in the battery life department
The Karbonn Titanium Octane Plus is a good value for money option in terms of specifications and the build quality of the device