What are the best smartphones under 6000? Well, there are a plenty of options as the budget market is filled with smartphones which offer quad-core processors, a couple of GB of RAM and HD displays. Although, all these devices look pretty much similar as well. So, which is the best smartphone to buy under 6000? Well, this our comprehensive list of all the phones you can buy under 6000. All the phones listed here support 4G out of the box, but not all support VoLTE. That being said, currently, these smartphones under 6000 offer the best balance between price and performance. Phone manufacturers are adding more best phones under 6000, and we will continue to add newer devices to this list.
The Redmi 7A is quite powerful for the price it's offered at. The Snapdragon 439 features in this price range for the first time and that makes most of the difference. It's an octa-core SoC built on a 12nm platform and allows the phone to run the full version of Android 9 Pie with relative smoothness. The RAM and storage are still too less for a power user, but if basic use is what you're after, the Redmi 7A is a good option to buy. There's also a 12MP camera on the back with the same sensor as last year's Redmi Note 5 Pro.
|Screen Size||:||5.45" (720 X 1440)|
|Camera||:||12 | 5 MP|
|Soc||:||Qualcomm Snapdragon 439|
The Realme C2 focuses on the design and display more than the hardware under the hood. It has the Helio P22 inside which is just about decent in performing most daily tasks. However, the matte finish design and the display with a water-drop notch will catch people's attention. Furthermore, there's a dual camera stack on the back with the ability to take portrait shots. On the front is a 5MP selfie shooter and the whole thing is powered by a 4,000mAh battery that easily lasts for a day.
|Screen Size||:||6.1" (720 x 1560)|
|Camera||:||13 + 2 | 8 MP|
|Soc||:||MediaTek Helio P22|
The Honor 7S is also a dual-camera smartphone under Rs 6,000 that runs the full version of Android. The hardware inside is even older with a MediaTek MT6739 powering things. The phone is good for taking photos in the day and accomplishing basic tasks like instant messaging, social media browsing and the likes. It's not a good option for playing games though.
|Screen Size||:||5.45" (720 X 1440)|
|Camera||:||13 | 5 MP|
The Xiaomi Redmi 6 is now a little older but the price still makes it a good option to look at. It has the same Helio P22 inside powering things and a 12+5MP sensor on the back with the ability to take portrait shots. The Redmi 6 has a 3,000mAh battery inside and is good for video consumption and social media browsing.
|Screen Size||:||5.45" (720 x 1440)|
|Camera||:||12 + 5 | 5 MP|
|Soc||:||Mediatek MT6762 Helio P22|
The Redmi Go is the most affordable smartphone in this list. It's an Android Go phone that is powered by a Snapdragon 425 SoC. The RAM and storage may feel like much lesser than average but this one runs on Android Go which takes up much less space. It also uses lighter versions of apps like Google Go, Files Go and the likes which takes up much less space while lite apps like YouTube Go consumes less data while watching. The Redmi Go is a good option for first time buyers and those looking to upgrade from a feature phone.
|Screen Size||:||5" (720 X 1280)|
|Camera||:||8 | 5 MP|
|Soc||:||Qualcomm Snapdragon 425|
|Xiaomi Redmi 7A||N/A||₹5999|
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