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Our list of the Best Smartphones to buy in India with the right mix of performance and features. Click on each of the recommended phones to read detailed reviews and get more information on the best smart phones in India.
The Moto Turbo is without a doubt the best amongst the top 10 smartphones to buy right now. The device runs on the newest version of Android and has the Snapdragon 805 processor. It delivers amazing performance and is priced well below other flagship devices.
Samsung’s newest flagship comes with a facelift of sorts. The company finally went with premium materials and dropped Qualcomm’s support to put its own Exynos 7 Octa processor. The device offers top class performance and a very good camera.
The Galaxy Note series has for long been a benchmark when it comes to phablets. If you want the best Android smartphone with a big screen, then this one is definitely at the top of all lists.
Like it or not, you can’t ignore Apple. The iPhone 6 offers a very good camera along with Apple’s trademark fluid performance. That is what puts it in our list of top 10 smartphones to buy.
For Windows lovers, there are options in the flagship range. The Lumia 930 is one of the best camera phones to buy today and that is primarily the reason why it is also one of the top 10 smartphones to buy.
The newly launched HTC One M9 doesn’t offer any change in terms of design, but hey, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it. The Snapdragon 810 SoC makes this one of the fastest smartphones today.
The second generation of the Moto X finally puts it at par with any other flagships. Of all the phones in the list of top 10 smartphones, this is arguably the most balanced smartphones. It delivers amazing value for money.
HTC’s selfie centric Desire Eye smartphone is also a performance beast. It runs on the Snapdragon 801 processor and has two 13MP camera, one on the front and the other on the back.
When camera and budget are your main concerns, the Honor 6 Plus by Huawei is easily the best value that you can get. It’s dual-8MP camera is better than the iPhone 6 Plus, which is what puts it in this list.
No phone in this top 10 smartphones to buy list has been talked about more than the OnePlus One. It runs on the Snapdragon 801 and costs half of most of the other phones in this list.