In the past few years, smartphone cameras have grown strength to strength. The premium segments have always been the first to get the latest innovation but in 2019, the opposite happened. These mid-rangers led the way in the imaging prowess with triple and even quad camera setups offering a lot of flexibility and versatality in shooting. Looking for a good shooter on a budget? Here's the top 10 under Rs 20,000
Starting with rank 10, the Vivo Z1 Pro packs a triple camera setup at the back led by a 16MP primary camera, an 8MP wide-angle and a 2MP depth sensor offering good flexibility in shooting.Click here to buy.
At rank 9, the Redmi Note 8 offers a quad camera setup at the back with a primary 48MP sensor along with an 8MP wide angle lens, a 2MP macro lens and a 2MP depth sensor, all under Rs 9,999. Click here to buy.
Coming in at rank 8, the Realme 5s offers flexibility in shooting with a primary 48MP camera alongside a wide angle lens, macro lens and a depth sensor. There's a dedicated night mode to take low light shots while the macro lens lets you get up close. Click here to buy.
At rank 7, the Galaxy M30s not only has a massive 6,000mAh battery but also a triple camera setup at the back led by a 48MP camera. The large 48MP sensor can take detailed, sharp photos in the day and an automatic night mode relies on pixel binning to improve low light shots. There's also a wide-angle lens and a depth sensor for wide landscapes and portrait photos. Click here to buy.
Coming in at rank 6, the Vivo Z1X is essentially a phone made for PUBG Mobile players but it also packs a few punches in the camera. There's a 48MP camera that can take detailed shots in the day, along with a wide angle camera and a depth sensor.Click here to buy.
We're in the middle of this list and at rank 5, the Realme XT is the first smartphone in India to get a 64MP camera. This is combined with a wide-angle lens, a macro lens and a depth sensor. The Realme XT used to be one of the best camera phones under Rs 20,000 until the Realme X2 came along.Click here to buy.
At rank 4, the Redmi K20 is a premium mid-ranger that packs a 48MP triple camera setup at the back. The 48MP camera in tandem with Xiaomi's AI algorithm produces sharp, punchy photos while the wide-angle and telephoto lenses offer a sweeping, wide and zoomed view respectively.Click here to buy.
We're in the top three now. At rank 3, the Redmi Note 8 Pro packs a 64MP primary sensor made by Samsung along with a wide angle, macro and depth sensor. The Note 8 Pro produces photos with exceptional details. It also has a dedicated night mode that uses multi-frame noise reduction to improve low light shots. The wide angle camera is also quite capable under ample light.Click here to buy.
At rank 2, the Realme 5 Pro is a quad camera phone with the Sony IMX586 48MP sensor as the highlight. There's also a wide angle camera capable of taking sweeping wide shots, a macro camera that lets you go up close and a depth sensor for portrait photos. This is one of the best camera phones you can buy under Rs 20,000.Click here to buy.
The best quad camera smartphone under Rs 20,000 is the Realme X2 and it offers a 64MP Samsung sensor in the primary camera capable of delivering sharp 16MP binned photos. There's also a wide angle lens, a depth sensor and a macro lens for added flexibility. Click here to buy.
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