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Top 5 Best Mobile Phones Under 10,000 in India

Are you looking for the best mobile phones under Rs 10,000? Here’s a list of what we think are the top best mobile phones under Rs 10,000 in India for 2018 based on their specification. These are the best smartphones available on the market right now for this budget, including Android and Windows Phone handsets and should give you great value for money. All these phones are 4G compatible, so you can consider this list including the best 4G phones under Rs 10,000 as well. These phones offer features like 4GB RAM, excellent camera and processor, long battery life and latest OS version.

5 Best mobile phones below Rs 10,000 in India:

1. Xiaomi Redmi 5

Xiaomi Redmi 5

The Redmi 5 is the compact phone of choice in the budget segment. With an 18:9 display, it now offers more screen in the same size. The phone is also quite adept at balancing performance and battery life with a Snapdragon 450 chipset coupled with up to 2 GB of RAM. The camera too is just about reliable and won’t disappoint unless you are trying to take photos in very poor lighting.


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Pros

  • 18:9 Display
  • Dependable performance
  • Decent battery backup

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Cons

  • Hybrid SIM slot
  • Dated Android Nougat
  • Ho-hum design

2. Realme 1

Realme 1

The new mid-range phone doesn’t look like a mid-range phone at all. It has a stunning diamond glass design and an equally maxed-out spec sheet. It has the Helio P60 chipset inside with a discrete APU along with 3GB of RAM.

realme 1 specifications

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Pros

  • Eye-catching design on back and convincing glass feel.
  • There’s a dedicated MicroSD card slot on the Dual SIM tray.
  • The large 6-inch display has decent brightness, contrast, and sunlight legibility along with the trendy 18:9 aspect ratio, rounded corners, and even FullHD+ resolution.
  • Color OS 5 is chuck-full of added features, some rarely found on budget devices.
  • The MediaTek MT6771 Helio P60 chipset punches above its weight. It allows for mid-range levels of performance on a tight budget. You can’t really do much better, performance-wise, in this price bracket.

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Cons

  • No fingerprint reader
  • No quick charging support.
  • No fingerprint sensor to unlock the phone.
  • Color OS 5 might be feature-rich, but its menu and settings structure is very confusing and messy.
  • Plastic all around. No official info on any protective glass finish for the display. It feels well put together but could be prone to scratches.

3. Honor 7C

Honor 7C

The Honor 7C has a metal unibody design with a Snapdragon 425 chipset underneath coupled with 4GB of RAM. The phone has dual cameras at the back along with some AI-centric features.

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Pros

  • Good performance
  • Great camera
  • Affordable

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Cons

  • Fingerprint scanner doesn’t work flawlessly
  • No NFC

4. Moto G5 Plus

Moto G5 Plus

The mid-range phone of choice from Moto last year is now priced under Rs 10,000 in India. It is powered by the Snapdragon 625 chipset coupled with 3 GB of RAM and dual cameras at the back with a commendable image quality.

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Pros

  • This phone is able to run Two Apps Simultaneously.
  • Corning Gorilla glass 3 Protection.
  • Quick charge 2.0 supported.
  • 6000 Series Aluminium Body
  • 12 MP crystal clear camera with dual autofocus f1.7 aperture
  • Dual SIM Card + 1 Micro SD card Supported ( no hybrid slot)
  • It Can record slow motion and 4K videos.

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Cons

  • Compass not available (in Indian model)
  • It doesn’t have LED notification indicator.
  • The battery is Non-Removable.
  • Headphone quality (In Box) is not up to the standard level.
  • No Water Resistant body (Only Water repellent)

5. Xiaomi Redmi Y2

Xiaomi Redmi Y2

The Redmi Y2 has more going for it than just a selfie-centric phone. There’s a reliable mid-range processor, albeit old, and a stellar front camera with an equally reliable dual rear cameras. The front camera relies on pixel binning to give better selfies while MIUI 9.5 means a feature-rich experience.

Xiaomi Redmi Y2

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Pros

  • Good daylight camera performance
  • Fantastic Selfie camera
  • Dedicated microSD card slot
  • Good battery life

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Cons

  • Slow facial recognition
  • Average lowlight camera performance

I hope this article can help you choose the best Android smartphone for you under the strict budget. Also, tell us the smartphone of your choice in the comment section below.

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