Sunday, 15 December 2013

Best Smartphones Under 10k

All of us always want best things within our budget but this is likely much disappointing when we see the that things highly expensive . This time we are talking about smartphones which are now a basic need. What we look in a smartphone is its features and the second thing the Price. But there are many ones which comes with loaded of features within a affordable price tag. So today i am making a list to give you a good idea of budget smartphone you should consider to buy.

10.Xolo A600 (8,199)

The sub Rs 10,000 smartphone market has witnessed a huge change in terms of the specs and build quality of the devices. One of the indigenous vendors who continue to offer exciting, well specced and affordable devices within this range is Xolo.

Their latest offering known as the Xolo A600 brings onboard the delicious Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) OS coupled with 1.3GHz dual-core MT 6572W processor with Mali-400 MP GPU. Fitted with a 4.5-inch qHD Display with 960x540p (qHD) resolution the device harbors a 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage along with a Micro SD card slot for expansion. This dual-SIM device also houses a 5-megapixel rear camera with a VGA front camera for video calling and chatting and a pretty descent 1900 mAh battery.

9. Micromax Canvas 2 (Rs. 9,399)

The Micromax Canvas 2 may be an old phone but if you want a smooth Android experience on a budget, then this is the device for you. It has a dual-core processor in a day dominated by quad-core butthe device still has enough power to run the apps from the Google Play Store. The phone has a good
design, very reminiscent of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
The smartphone comes preloaded with its own app store in addition to the Google Play Store. The Micromax apps store gives users access to local content such as Bollywood gossip, News and more. The smartphone ran on the Android 4.0 Jelly Bean OS straight out of the box, but Micromax has
updated the device to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
8. Nokia Lumia 520 (Rs. 8,400

If you want to give Windows Phone 8 a try on a budget smartphone then the Nokia Lumia 520 is the device for you. The OS works extremely fluidly on the budget smartphone and it has the ability to house a microSD card up to 64GB. The build of the smartphone too is one of the best in its price range. The smartphone may compromise on a flash, but the camera is really good for taking shots in well-lit conditions. Windows Phone as an OS is ideal for those that want smartphone capabilities, but aren’t
ready for the openness of Android. You do have a great app library (even though it isn’t as extensive as the Play Store or Apple’s App Store) with the popular apps such as Facebook and Whatsapp easily available.

7. Nokia Asha 501 (Rs. 4,700)

If you are sceptical of trying out a smartphone OS on a budget, then you can consider picking up the Asha 501. The device is a feature phone and is extremely well built. If you want a phone that has the ability to last for more than a day, you can consider this device. It also has one of the better FM radios we
have seen on a budget phone.
The touch screen response too is quite good especially the keyboard typing experience. The Asha 501 borrows design elements from the Lumia series making it an attractive feature phone. The calling capabilities of the device are good too.

6. Sony Xperia E Dual (Rs. 8,500)

The Sony Xperia E Dual , as the name suggests shows off dual-SIM capabilities. It has a 3.5-inch HVGA display that is comfortable to use. It has a 1530mAh battery that can last you more than a day.
Of the 4GB built-in storage just 2GB is available to the user but it is expandable via a microSD card upto 32GB. The UI of the smartphone is fluid even though the Android OS is skinned. You have access to the Play Store for all your app needs and the smartphone is skinned so you have access to a bunch of Sony
specific widgets. If you are looking for a smartphone with a different UI and some good audio from the
speakers, then this is the device for you.
5. Intex Aqua i6

We have seen a slew of budget offerings from Intex in its Aqua-series range and with the latest addition the company expands its portfolio further. The latest addition called the Aqua i6 is touted to be the first smartphone released with 1.3GHz quad-core MT6582 processor in South Asia. The device features a 5-inch FWVGA display, the delicious Android 4.2.2 OS along with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage. There is scope for further expansion to 32GB using a
microSD card slot. Backed by a 1900mAh battery, the dual-SIM device also houses a 8-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front camera.
Aqua i6 is yet another great budget buy for those who want a powerful device which makes juggling between multiple tasks a breeze. The device faces competition from rivals like Karbonn Titanium S2 and Spice Coolpad Mi-515.
4. Spice coolpad 2(Rs.9,599)

Chinese manufacturer coolpad is getting in the race of smartphones with its cheap launches. Spice mi496 coolpad 2 is really cool with its features it runs on android 4.1 (jb). Coolpad 2 comes with a 4.5" qhd capacitive multitouch touchscreen. It have 1.2ghz quad core processor. Coolpad 2 come with a onboard storage of 4gb and RAM of 1gb which makes it very faster and smoother and a 5mp rear and 2mp front shooter is very sharp. Coolpad 2 available in the market at a price of rs.9,599.
3.Xolo A500s (Rs.6,500)

Xolo a500s is a adorable smartphone running on android 4.2.2 with it's 4" capacitive touch with a resolution of 480x800 pixels it have 1.2 ghz dual core mtk processor and a mali-400mp gpu. A500s have a onboard 4gb storage with a RAM of 512mb and 5 mp rear camera that can also record video at 720p@30fps. The only thing bothers is it is not intel powered processor like its previos version a500. A500s is available in market at 6,500rs.
2.Celkon A119q HD(Rs.10,000)

Celkon is not a big brand but it devices have potential to be liked and known. The celkon A119q hd is an amazing smartphone take a look at key features :-
1.Capacitive touchscreen 16M colors
2.720x1280p 5″ (294ppi)
3.4GB internal(1.45 user) 1GB RAM
4.12MP 4000X3000 with Led flash
5.Android 4.2.1(jelly bean)
6.Quad Core 1.2 ghz processor
Now the a119q just hitted the market and peoples are taking quite interest in it because of its low price of about 10,999
1. Xolo Q700 (Rs. 8,850)

The Xolo Q700 houses a 4.5-inch IPS display with 540x960 pixel resolution giving it a 245ppi pixel density. It has a 5MP rear camera and VGA video calling camera. Under the hood, the Q700 has a
1.2GHz quad-core (MediaTek) processor, 1GB of RAM, along with 4GB built-in storage expandable up
to 32GB via a microSD card. A 2400mAh battery powers the Q700. On the connectivity front, the Xolo Q700 supports 3G, Wi-Fi, WLAN and Bluetooth. The smartphone runs on stock Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and you have access to the Play Store for your app needs. It comes preloaded with the Xolo Switch, XoloSecure aan Xolo Power app. The secure and power apps give users access to a security app and an app
to control battery consumption. The Xolo Switch app allows users to create up to 4 profiles with different lock screens, apps and wallpapers. Users can change their profile with a simple flick. Xolo Secure gives users access to remotely lock and wipe phone data, cloud backup for SMS and call log, alerts on SIM
change and more, which is very useful if the phone gets stolen.

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