Latest Phones Under 20000 in India 2018 (With Reviews)

Updated on 2018-06-09 by Geetansh Arora

Latest Phones Under 20000 in India 2018 (With Reviews)

In this post we have listed the latest phones under 20000 in India. The smartphones on this list are priced between Rs. 15000 and 20000 in India. We have included couple of options below 15000 and above 20000 as well. Latest phones from all companies like Redmi, Motorola, Oppo, Vivo, Lenovo, Samsung, Nokia, Asus have been listed here. If you have a lower budget then take a look at latest phones under 10000.

The under 20000 is known as the midrange category in India. These phones have hardware somewhere in between the flagships and budget phones category. You will see decent processors like Snapdragon 625 or 630 or 636 from Qualcomm and Helio P22 or P60 from Mediatek with 3, 4 or 6GB of RAM and 32 or 64GB of internal storage. This configuration is suitable for medium to heavy use. You are not going to notice any lag while multitasking or gaming on most of these phones. These phones also have latest dual camera setups as well which are great for taking portrait mode pictures with bokeh effect. On display side, you will see latest 6 inch 18:9 bezel-less displays or 19:9 notch displays which are great for watching videos and playing games.

The phones are listed in the order of their launch with latest phone on the top.

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1. Samsung Galaxy A6

Galaxy A6

Features

  • 4 GB RAM | 32 GB ROM | MicroSD upto 256 GB
  • 5.6 inch HD Plus Display 720p
  • Back Camera: 16MP
  • Front Camera: 16MP
  • 3000mAh Battery
  • Dual Sim Device
  • Available in Black, Blue, Gold Colors

Best Price ₹21990



Brief Review:

Samsung Galaxy A6 in the latest smartphone launched in the last week of May 2018. With this smartphone, Samsung has aligned some of the features with the latest trends and a few still to be achieved. Samsung has one of the best industrial design and manufacturing processes in the world and you can be assured of that by the looks of this smartphone. Built primarily of metal, the smartphone feels totally premium without any two ways about It. The metal construction makes the smartphone solid and well-gripping in hand.

On the front, is the iconic Infinity Display at an aspect ratio of 18.5: 9 with a resolution of 720 x 1480 pixels with a pixel density of 294PPI on a 5.6-inch Super AMOLED Panel, the resolution isn’t what we were expecting. It had to be at least a 1080p panel but Samsung has invested into an infinity display which has some borders on the sides and very significant ones at top and bottom. The display feels a lot better than a 720 x  1480 display and is super bright, super saturated and the colours just feel so crisp and punchy.

At the back, we find a refreshing approach to Antenna bands by flaunting them. In the center, is the vertically oriented camera housing with rounded corners. The fingerprint sensor sits right below the camera, followed by Samsung logo embellishing the smartphone. We are not satisfied with the size and placement of fingerprint sensor as It is quite difficult to reach and It still has quite a small surface area. We admire the design of Galaxy A6, It carries the surplus amount of premium and finesse, It is somewhat heavy but doesn’t compromise on build quality and construction materials. 

The hardware side of things isn’t a whole lot sweet with Exynos 7870 powering the smartphone. For those who don’t know, Exynos 7780 is an octa-core CPU with Cortex-A53s all lined up and working at 1.6GHz. The device is grossly under-equipped for Its price as the devices coming in at half the price pack equal or better performance. Performance is one of the most crucial aspects of a smartphone and while the normal, everyday tasks are just fine. The deficiency in power starts to show up as you push the device further by opening several apps and switching between games.

Galaxy A6 comes in a single variant with 4GB RAM and 32GB of onboard memory. 4GB of RAM is enough for most cases and makes multitasking bearable on this smartphone. There is a dedicated MicroSD slot to expand the storage up to 256GB. The general performance is no doubt fluid and snappy but the struggle this phone faces on facing multiple apps is quite conspicuous. We recently reviewed Honor 7C which is a budget device and shockingly the performance here is quite similar. Samsung has just thrown the value for money parameter out of the window and for a smartphone priced above Rs 20k, you don’t expect that.

MALI T830 GPU is capable but is still not up to Adreno’s standards on other Qualcomm Snapdragon-based smartphones so the smartphone does fair in casual games but starts to struggle with heavy titles. On the GeekBench, the smartphone scores 723, 3605 on single core and multi-core tests respectively. On the Antutu Benchmark, the Samsung Galaxy A6 scores around 46000.

Let us talk about the camera now, As with most Samsung smartphones, the camera performance sways us away. The smartphone has a single, 16 MP (f/1.7) sensor with LED flash and while you might be complaining about dual cameras, hold on because this smartphone camera does a lot better than other smartphones which have dual sensors. Yes, the smartphone is missing the portrait tricks but It takes absolutely stunning shots whether It be bright daylight or some low-light situations, thanks to the wide aperture. In some shots, we observed excessive sharpening which is software based as Samsung has to compensate for putting a wide aperture lens. The colour reproduction is great and noise levels are fairly low, even in low-light conditions. There is a whole lot of detail and yeah, Samsung cameras do have the tendency to make the scene appear more cinematic and picturesque than It usually is so you can’t escape that. 

The front sensor is equally delightful with 16MP, (f/1.9) with soft LED flash for night time selfies. The front sensor also captures some really amazing photos with tons of details and less noise even in low-light situations, It is not as good as the rear sensor in night time but It sure makes a great selfie camera. Again, the selfie camera does some softening on Its own with some added processing to make the photos appear more ‘good looking’ and that’s again a Samsung thing you can’t do anything about.  Overall, we are quite pleased with the camera performance of Samsung Galaxy A6, It does equally well on all front and rear shots with good details and dynamic range on spot.

On the software side,  Samsung Galaxy A6 runs on Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box, with Samsung’s own software overlay on top. The skin is called Experience 9.0 and Its a grown-up version of TouchWiz we’d say, but a lot better. We like the overall look and feel of the skin. On top, there are some Microsoft apps which can’t be uninstalled. Experience is fast on Its way to become TouchWiz and Samsung is not much concerned. There are a lot of features, well packed in the UI and a lot of them are quite useful as well, but we feel the Samsung Experience is getting more and more bloated by each iteration.

Samsung Galaxy A6 gets Its power from a non-removable Li-ion, 3000mAh battery which is well enough for a day. Credits to this can be attributed to the OLED panel and the low-power chip which powers the device. Talking of charging, things get a little out of colour here as there is no fast charging support, on top of that there’s a MicroUSB port instead of a USB-C. There is a single downward firing speaker beside the charging port and yes, It is not outrageously loud but It is not any bad either. The device doesn’t carry any IP ratings with It, so don’t get it close to water or dust, for its longevity. The panel is an OLED panel, has Samsung’s always-on features where you don’t have to wake the smartphone to see time, notifications and other basic stuff. It makes life easy. 

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2. Vivo Y83

Y83

Features

  • 4 GB RAM | 32 GB ROM | MicroSD upto 256 GB
  • 6.2 inch HD+ Display 720p
  • Back Camera: 13MP
  • Front Camera: 8MP
  • 3260mAh Battery
  • Dual Sim Device
  • Available in Black, Gold Colors

Best Price ₹14990



Brief Review:

Vivo, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is on a streak of launching some great smartphones, painting the full display screen and notch over the world. Vivo Y83, launched recently in India is not exactly a budget device but falls slightly above the mark in sub ₹ 15k range, which is a pretty fiery segment to be competing in with the likes of Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro, Asus Zenfone Max Pro and many more, Could Vivo Y83 best them all? Let’s find out.

If you have been around the Vivo camp for a while, you know about the company’s conspicuous ‘inspirations’ from Cupertino boys. It’s time to face the truth that abhor it, love It, notches are the new cool and Vivo knows how to play with brand value and style status. Ergo, we find the full view, notched, 6.22 inch IPS LCD display on the Vivo Y83 with a super tall aspect ratio of 19:9. The display as goes full stretch to the ends with a noticeable chin at the bottom.

The display has a resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels which clocks in a pixel density of 270 PPI. We expected better but nonetheless, the display is bright and gives a satisfactory viewing experience, with decent viewing angles and nothing marvellous. The sunlight readability is not quite legit, though. The metal back with matte finish looks not so flashy but feels good in hands. The design is not very striking, with curved edges but It is quite comfortable to hold. The shiny metal finish rim encloses volume controls, sleep/wake button on the sides and to our satisfaction, a 3.5mm jack on the bottom with standard MicroUSB port for charging. If you’ve seen Vivo V9, X21 then Y83 feels quite similar. At just 7.7mm thick, Y83 is quite sleek and weighs just 150 grams which is quite appreciable for a smartphone over 6-inches.

Vivo Y83 is powered by the latest MediaTek processor: Helio P22 which is built on 12nm process and provides good performance and power efficiency. Vivo Y83 scores around 70000 on Antutu benchmarks which is similar to the phones powered by Snapdragon 625 or 630. Vivo Y83 performs well and just rolls over all the workloads we could through at It. No lags, no stutters. The system performance is smooth and fluid at all times even with a plethora of apps running at tandem, thanks to 4GB of RAM.

The smartphone comes with 32GB of onboard storage which can be easily expanded to 256GB via MicroSD. In our first impressions, we found casual gaming to be quite smooth and free-flowing, we are not too confident about heavy gaming yet. Stay tuned for the full review. In all, the smartphone seems like a stunner in performance with some clouds over gaming performance but Its quite above the danger mark though.

The primary camera on the Vivo Y83 is a 13 MP (f/2.2) sensor with LED Flash and It is like every budget mediocre camera out there, nothing out of the line, satisfactory shots with some good detail but plenty of noise. Low-light photos are full of grains, It is practically just surviving in harsh lighting conditions. The front sensor is in the same tune with 8 MP (f/2.2) sensor which does a pretty decent selfie job and again, in low-lights its just shooting out in the wild with superb noise levels. Vivo has something called AI beautification mode, which is supposedly meant to enhance selfies, we didn’t find a whole lot ‘AI’ involved in the process, It was more a softening and adding beauty filters process much like most camera apps in Play Store do.

Let's talk about software now. Vivo software skin called FunTouch OS on top of Android Oreo 8.1 run the show on this smartphone. FunTouch OS is another element of Vivo ideology that is inspired heavily from iOS, even to elemental things like the app icons. It just takes it so much towards iOS and so far from Android that the user feels in a limbo. It is heavily bloated and it is not an amazing feeling swiping through the screens and using gestures as they are not very smooth and kinda stick sometimes which is really annoying. There are a host of minor nagging issues here and there in the skin which sums up resulting in quite a struggling experience. Vivo can love iOS and Apple all they want but they need to refine. It has been long since FunTouch received a meaningful upgrade, Vivo folks really need to up their game in software to craft a utopian experience around their devices.

Vivo Y83 comes with a non-removable 3260mAH battery which is decent enough for a day on medium use, If you are a pusher, carrying a charger would be the best policy as this device won’t last an entire day on heavy use. There’s a MicroUSB port on the bottom of the device for charging, what’s sad is that there is no fast charging, which makes charging this device a long process occupying nearly 2.5-3 hours. The single downward firing speaker on the bottom beside the charging port gets loud enough. It pumps well-balanced sound with decent clarity. Vivo Y83 also Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic, so the in-call noise is reduced and It works nicely.

In your interest, you are hereby informed that there is no IP rating for the smartphone, so It would be nice to keep it way far from liquids and dust to ensure Its life and working capacity. Since there’s is all the notch and full-screen display, you might have been missing some FaceID ripoff and Vivo doesn’t disappoint. There is face unlock feature going by the name of Face Access and It works perfectly in most scenarios except low-lighting conditions.

Vivo Y83 is priced at ₹ 14,990 and Customers can get the smartphone from any offline retail store or from Amazon, or the company's official website. At this price, we think it is a good option for those who are looking for a big display phone with a notch. The phone performs well in multitasking and casual gaming as well but it is not the best in this range for those use-cases. The camera performance is also decent in daylight conditions but low light images can be disappointing. 

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3. Motorola Moto G6

Moto G6

Features

  • 3 GB RAM | 32 GB ROM | MicroSD upto 256 GB
  • 5.7 inch Full HD+ Display 1080p
  • Back Camera: 12MP+5MP Dual
  • Front Camera: 8MP
  • 3000mAh Battery
  • Dual Sim Device
  • Available in Indigo, Silver, Black Colors

Best Price ₹16199



Brief Review:

So as we are all quite aware of the superb Motorola G series which has been a bestseller in the budget and upper-mid segment for Motorola for a few years now. Since the budget segment floor is always slippery with more and more competitions incoming, Motorola had to keep up with all the latest tech standards in the mobile space, circa 2018. So here’s the all new Moto G6.

The Moto G6 takes the premium appeal to the next level which is quite enhanced with the glossy back metal finish, with more curved edges which are really good in the hands. The device is definitely an eye-catcher but there has been more trickling down of premium features as you would have guessed.

There’s a 5-7-inch, IPS LCD display on the front with 18:9 ratio at a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels taking pixel density to 424PPI which is far better and lovely than that on the new E lineup. The display like any IPS LCD from Motorola is vibrant, bright and just lovely to use. It is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3, which is an added bonus.

Below the screen, there’s home button, which is more like a bar than a button. It supports the gestures from previous Motorola phones and also acts as the fingerprint sensor. On the back, we find the Motorola-style round cutout with the same paint as rest of the body housing the camera setup, below which you’ll find the Moto branding embossed.

Under the hood, we have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 with Adreno 506 GPU. The device is set to arrive in two configurations - 64 GB, 4 GB RAM or 32 GB, 3 GB RAM. Snapdragon 450 is a decent chipset for budget phones and its performance is similar to that of Snapdragon 625. The usual everyday tasks will run without any issues with the SD450. Adreno 506 should be comfortable with all the games on the Play store but the experience might not be very smooth with the high-end titles like PUBG. The benchmark numbers for Moto G6 are here - It scores 3795, 735 on GeekBench multi-core and single-core tests, while we observed a score of 70244 on AnTuTu benchmark.

Its dual-cameras everywhere and Motorola couldn’t resist with It with the Moto G6. In the circular cutout, we find a dual-camera organization with 12 MP (f/1.8) + 5 MP (f/2.2) sensors. Obviously, the low-light performance is observably better and you get all the dual-camera tricks such as the depth effect and the portrait shots, while they are not the best we’ve seen they are certainly good in the range. On the front, there’s an 8MP, f/ 2.2 selfie camera sensor which is good enough. Overall, we are satisfied with the camera performance of G6 and is one of the best cameras in the budget segment, given Its price is close to ₹ 12k.

Android 8.0 runs the show on Moto G6 and It’s clean, responsive and one of the best Android experiences out there. Motorola is not the fastest with updates but It is still better than others like Samsung.

The smartphone comes with 3000mAh battery which can last you for the day but not more. The phone supports fast charging so that should make up for the smaller battery inside the G6. Lastly, there’s no specified IP rating by Motorola, so It’ll be a lot safer to keep this device away from any kind of liquid.

Overall, Moto G6 is an excellent looking device with decent performance. The Moto G6 at Rs. 13999 for the 3-32GB base variant and 15999 for the 4-64GB variant and is exclusively available on Amazon India.

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4. Oppo Realme 1

Realme 1

Features

  • 6 GB RAM | 128 GB ROM | MicroSD upto 256 GB
  • 6 inch Full HD Plus Display 1080p
  • Back Camera: 13MP
  • Front Camera: 8MP
  • 3410mAh Battery
  • Dual Sim Device
  • Available in Diamond Black, Solar Red Colors

Best Price ₹13990



Brief Review:

Realme 1 is an Oppo branded smartphone which comes with a very attractive pricing and features. This phone will be sold exclusively via Amazon and if you want to grow above the likes of Xiaomi, this phone can totally fill the gap. Let us find out what all it holds in this review.

From the design perspective, Realme 1 has a 6 inch Full HD Plus display with a bezel-less display and 18:9 aspect ratio. The display quality is amazing with perfect colour reproduction and clarity. On the back, it has a glass finish with glossy effect and a diamond cut pattern (as seen on the Oppo F7 and Oppo A83) that looks completely beautiful but is also a bit of a fingerprint magnet. On the design front, this is a great looking smartphone.

Let us now talk about the performance, this Realme 1 from Oppo uses a very powerful processor Helio P60 from MediaTek that scores around 135000 on the Antutu Benchmark. This score indicates the Helio P60 powering the Oppo Realme 1 beats the likes of Redmi Note 5 Pro which is powered by Snapdragon 636. The Antutu score depicts the performance of the phone and with our usage we found the phone to be replicating the same. It gave a powerful performance with not even a slightest of lag or issue with any sort of multitasking.

In the Camera department, Realme 1 comes with a single rear sensor of 13MP with LED flash and an 8 MP sensor on the front. The rear camera images have a good amount of details but when the images are zoomed in, there is a bit of noise that can be seen. The Realme 1 uses AI and beautification mode to enhance the images. On the front camera, we again have the option of bokeh effect, the image quality is good with sharp colours and clarity. Both the rear and the front camera features AR stickers.  Comparing the camera performance, the Redmi Note 5 Pro camera absolutely stands out in both rear and front camera with punchier details and better clarity but Oppo Realme 1 camera is much better than the Redmi Note 5.

This smartphone uses Color OS 5.0 as its operating system which is based on Android 8.1. This is the same operating system version seen on oppo F7. There is very little bloatware and comes with some much-needed features that ease the use of your phone.

Oppo Realme 1 comes with face unlocking using the front camera but does not have a fingerprint sensor. Face unlocking is becoming more popular nowadays with most of the smartphone featuring it and users have been comfortable in using it. So the removal of fingerprint sensor should not be a roadblock for this phone but is a move from Oppo to cut down the cost and offer a great price. It is a dual sim phone with a dedicated SD Card slot that can be expanded up to 256 GB.  It also has a 3.5 mm headphone jack but no Type C port.

This phone has a battery of 3410 mAH which can easily last for a day with normal usage. Oppo claims that the phone has AI battery management features which learns as per the usage beahiour and shuts down the background apps to enhance the battery backup. Realme 1 does not support fast charging and will take about 130-150 minutes for a full charge. This smartphone from Oppo weighs only 155 gm and feels comfortable in hand. There is no IP rating on Realme 1 so you will have to keep the phone safe from dust and water.

Let us now talk about the pricing, this smartphone from Oppo comes in 3 variants of 3GB/32GB variant priced at Rs 8999, 4GB/64GB variant priced at Rs 10999, 6GB/128GB variant priced at Rs 13999. The pricing as per specification this phone offers is very competitive and holds the mettle to rake in very good sales and demand.

This Oppo Realme 1 is a powerful beast and the variant are a great value for money. It has perfect looks, performance and a decent camera for the price range. If you have a budget of under 10000 or under 12000, then buying the Oppo Realme 1 makes a lot of sense as you get the same processor(in 3GB and 4GB model) and features which actually stands out when compared with any other phone in the price range of 10000.

If you are looking on this phone with a perspective of the camera, then it is a bit of disappointment, especially when comparing the 6GB model priced similarly with the Redmi Note 5 Pro, 4 GB model having a top-notch camera quality.  But on the other side, if the camera is not your topmost priority but you are looking for a power house, then the 6GB model at the pricing of 13999 can happily suffice your requirements.

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5. Huawei P20 Lite

P20 Lite

Features

  • 4 GB RAM | 64 GB ROM | MicroSD upto 256 GB
  • 5.8 inch Full HD+ Display 1080p
  • Back Camera: 16MP + 2MP Dual Camera
  • Front Camera: 16MP
  • 3000mAh Battery
  • Dual Sim Device
  • Available in Colors

Best Price ₹19999



Brief Review:

Huawei P20 Lite amazes with the beautiful display and looks. It features a 5.84-inch full view display with an aspect ratio of 19:9 and FHD+ resolution. The display has sharp colours and you will not find any issue viewing it even in the bright outdoor light. It has a metal frame in between front and back and a 2.5D curved glass back with glittery textures that make it look superior to any other phone in this price segment. You would like to use a back cover as the glass is a fingerprint magnet.

On the Performance front, it is powered by a Kirin 659 processor and 4GB of RAM. Kirin 659 is the processor seen on Honor 7x, Honor 9 Lite and Honor 9i. It is a powerful processor which coupled with 4GB of RAM can handle all the multitasking and gaming you do with it, but lags way behind the Redmi Note 5 Pro which has a Snapdragon 636 scoring around 110000 on the Antutu while the Huawei P20 lite just manages to score a little above 75000. So definitely, Redmi Note 5 Pro will offer better performance.

Coming to the most talked about feature, the camera. It has a dual rear camera with 12 MP and 2MP sensor which clicks fantastic images and the camera app has various modes panorama, HDR, pro, beauty, slow motion and a few more. It has bokeh effect works perfectly fine and in the daylight, the camera has decent performance in the price range. You will see some noise when you zoom into the images but that should not affect you much.The rear camera supports 1080p video recording and we believe it should be extended to 4K through software updates to make it stand out. The low light shots are also good with no major shortcoming.

For the selfie, we have a 16MP sensor that clicks beautiful and sharp images in all lighting conditions. The camera quality and performance is not outstanding but reasonably good for the price. It has software features and beauty algorithms that very well recognizes and modifies the colour temperature, skin tone to make the photo look perfect. The software algorithms are also used to provide bokeh effects in the image.

P20 Lite comes with a 64 GB onboard storage which can be expanded up to 128 GB using a hybrid sim slot. It runs of EMUI 8.0 which is a custom skin build over Android 8.1 Oreo. There is some bloatware and overall the software experience is decent and Huawei has added some new features to its EMUI layer. 

It houses a 3000 mAH battery but weighs just 145 gm and only 7.4 mm thick. The battery can power the phone for around one complete day. There is no IP rating on this phone so you would have to keep it protected from water and dust damage. It comes with a fast charger and can charge the battery from 0 to 100 percent in just 90 minutes.

It has a fingerprint sensor on the back and also supports face unlocking via the front camera. It comes with dual Bluetooth that allows you to connect to two Bluetooth devices simultaneously. Overall, a decent and complete phone for the price but faces crisp competition from the likes of Redmi Note 5 Pro and Nokia 7 Plus.

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6. Nokia 6 2018

6 2018

Features

  • 3 GB RAM | 32 GB ROM | MicroSD upto 128 GB
  • 5.5 inch Full HD Display 1080p
  • Back Camera: 16MP f/2.0
  • Front Camera: 8MP f/2.0
  • 3000mAh Battery
  • Dual Sim Device
  • Available in Black , Blue, Silver Colors

Best Price ₹16062



Brief Review:

HMD Global, the force behind the ‘Nokia’ brand, is not dropping ball. HMD Global went on to regain the Nokia glory with Nokia 6 back at the start of 2017, here we are in 2018 and people now expect more than just branding, great cameras and mediocre SoCs. And thankfully, Nokia 6 is back with Its 2018 Iteration, which is not all underpowered and maintains the same finesse you expect from a Nokia.

The design of the smartphone hasn’t moved much from 2017, It still has some bezels up top and bottom, but the side bezels are minimal to say at best. The smartphone has the same solid build quality from Nokia 6 (2017), Its probably the most durable and sturdy smartphone at the price. Nokia 6 (2018) maintains the same, old 16:9 aspect ratio with a full HD 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution, packing 403 PPI. The display is an IPS LCD and with a density of over 400, It looks gorgeous. HMD Global says Nokia 6 is protected by Gorilla Glass 3, which adds something, If not a lot of protection.

Nokia 6 (2017) was a poor performer at Its price, HMD understood that and hence we see a much deserved Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 onboard. Along with Adreno 508 as Its graphics partner. Snapdragon 630 houses 8 Cortex-A53 cores, all clocked at 2.2GHz. There’s 3GB of RAM, alongside 32GB of onboard storage which can be expanded via MicroSD. Now, that’s not enough so here are the numbers you need - The new Nokia 6 scores 88,886 in AnTuTu and on GeekBench we observe scores of 879 and 4,931 in single and multi-core tests respectively.

Everyone loves Nokia ‘Zeiss’ cameras, and HMD knows that all too well, thanks to the renewed bond with Zeiss optics, seen in Nokia 8, It seems like the technology is trickling down to mid-range offerings as well. Nokia 6 (2018) features a 16MP, f/2.0 rear sensor with 1micron pixels. For selfies, Nokia 6 has an 8MP, f/2.0 sensor with fixed focus. The cameras are impressive as always but don’t expect to be blown away by Nokia 6’s low-light performance. The front camera is still impressive though, and also has a new face-unlock feature, which does fair in good lighting but fails in dim or poorly lit conditions.

The all new Nokia 6 is powered by Android 8.0 Oreo, inside the Android One program by Google. What it means is stock Android and timely updates, which is a luxury in the Android space. HMD has thankfully included a USB-C replacing the micro USB for charging. The average 3000mAH battery is still there, but with better charging - Nokia 6 now supports fast charging besides other connectivity features including VoLTE and Bluetooth 5.0. The smartphone is very robust in build and would hardly take a dent but It doesn’t carry any IP rating to give us the same confidence with water.

The Nokia 6 (2018) is an iterative update over last year’s Nokia 6, ergo to say that Its just an iteration would be an understatement. HMD has improved upon nearly all complaints people had with Nokia 6 from last year. Nokia 6 (2018) is priced at ₹ 16,999 in India and is costlier than Its rivals, which might be offering a lot more but that’s Nokia, right?

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7. OPPO F7

F7

Features

  • 4 GB RAM | 64 GB ROM | MicroSD upto 256 GB
  • 6.2 inch Full HD+ Display 1080p
  • Back Camera: 16MP
  • Front Camera: 25MP
  • 3400mAh Battery
  • Dual Sim Device
  • Available in Black, Red, Silver Colors

Best Price ₹21990



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Its 2018 and Notch-iness is all over the mobile world, thanks to Apple for being such a force. (Phew.) Oppo launched F7 in March 2018 and added one more device to the list of Androids sporting the infamous iPhone X notch design. The smartphone is all about modern design with bezels pushed to the ends and that cute little notch up top, guess what, Its looks very much like the iPhone X. The smartphone has a giant 6.2- inch, LTPS IPS LCD display with a 1080 x 2280 pixels resolution, packing a pixel density of ~405 PPI, we don’t need to say now that the display is just gorgeous. Even with that giant display the smartphone is just 7.8mm thick and weighs 158 grams, and fits comfortably in hands. There are some bezels up top and bottom. The display is protected by a Gorilla Glass 5. The build is fairly solid, a plastic unibody design. The notch houses the selfie camera and a bunch of other sensors.

Under the hood, Oppo F7 has a MediaTek Helio P60 running the cause. Helio P60 appears to be a very capable SoC on paper with 8 cores out of which 4 are high-performance Cortex A73s while the other 4 are high-efficiency Cortex A53s, all clocked at 2.0GHz. To serve all your gaming needs there’s a Mali-G72 MP3 GPU, which is not as good as Adreno on Snapdragons but gets the job done. Oppo F7 comes in two variants with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage and the other one having 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. The specifications are really impressive and give good vibes about this smartphone.

The smartphone runs on Android Oreo out of the box with Oppo’s age-old ColorOS skin on top, which just doesn’t make the cut. When put under tests, the Oppo F7 scored as follows - On GeekBench 4, 1533 in single core drives and 5845 in multi-core. On AnTuTu, the Oppo F7 scores around 137000. The smartphone overpowers Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 5 Pro in both GeekBench and Antutu. The smartphone has power and responsiveness, It works smoothly in everyday tasks and gaming isn’t a problem as well.

Talking about cameras, as Oppo calls Itself a camera ‘expert’, the device features a single 16MP, a f/1.8 sensor with LED flash at the back and a large 25MP,f/2.0 sensor at the front for selfies. Oppo seems to have really shown some confidence in single sensor setup this time as the results show, the camera outperforms Vivo V9, another notch-featuring contemporary. The low-light shots are great thanks to the wider aperture on the Oppo F7. The story continues with the selfie camera as well. The shots are rich, vibrant and well balanced. As there’s no secondary rear sensor, Oppo uses software tricks for the much-touted bokeh effect, which as you would have guessed doesn’t hit the spot.

The smartphone packs a 3400mAh battery, which is pretty average now-days, we are devastated that this neo-modern smartphone from Oppo shows no signs of fast charging, hell there’s MicroUSB 2.0 instead of USB-C. Thankfully, there’s a headphone jack. And to your caution, there’s no IP rating on this one so keep it as far from liquids as possible. Thanks to the power efficient chipset, Oppo F7 battery backup is great. With medium usage, you can expect 1.5 days of backup on a single charge. With light usage, it will last for even 2 days.

The smartphone is priced at ₹ 21,990 and It is not the best deal around but It is certainly one of the satisfying ones at the price. Oppo is giving a gorgeous smartphone with latest features at the decent price. Go for it if you need a gorgeous looking smartphone with good cameras, a powerful processor at around 20k.

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8. Redmi Note 5 Pro

Note 5 Pro

Features

  • 4 GB RAM | 64 GB ROM | MicroSD upto 128 GB
  • 6 inch Full HD+ Display 1080p
  • Back Camera: 12MP + 5MP Dual Camera
  • Front Camera: 20MP
  • 4000mAh Battery
  • Dual Sim Device
  • Available in Grey, Gold, Rose Gold, Blue Colors

Best Price ₹14999



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Xiaomi has grown tremendously over last 2 years and disrupted the Smartphone Market to become the leader. This is credited to the success of Redmi 4, Redmi 4A and Redmi Note 4 which were bestsellers last year.  On 14th Feb, Xiaomi has launched Redmi Note 5 and Redmi Note 5 Pro in India and is set to break and shake the industry again. Check out Redmi Note 5 here.

Redmi Note 5 comes with a 5.99-inch Bezelless(18:9) display which looks beautiful and marks the entry of Xiaomi in bezel-less phones in the budget segment. The infinity display has a resolution of 1080p Full HD Plus which good viewing angles and vibrant and punchier colors. Note 5 Pro has a metal unibody design and a very strong build quality, something inspired by the Redmi Note 4.

The display size, though, has increased to 5.99 inches, the size of the device is almost same as other 5.5 inch devices as Xiaomi has reduced the bezels. So if you are using a 5.5-inch device, you won't find any difficulty operating with Redmi 5 Pro. With no bezels, the navigation buttons move to On-Screen buttons.

On the Camera side, the smartphone does a wonderful job, it comes with a Dual Rear Camera with a Sony12MP sensor with f2.2 aperture and a Samsung 5MP sensor with f2.0 aperture. These 2 lenses on the back are stacked vertically, similar to something seen in iPhone X. The dual camera can take excellent portrait mode pictures with bokeh effect. Performance is similar to what we saw on Mi A1.

On the Front Camera, we have a special selfie-focused Sony IMX376 sensor, with a resolution of 20MP and f2.0 aperture. It is a great camera for selfies lovers. There is flash on the front side so low light selfies also look decent. Do note that the front camera is capable of taking portrait mode selfies as well with bokeh effect. During our initial test, the selfies came out sharp. The portrait mode worked well with good edge detection and blur effect. We think Redmi 5 Pro is probably the best selfie phone from Xiaomi.

Let's talk about video recording now. Redmi Note series has been weak with video recording as there was no stabilization available. But things have changed now and Redmi Note 5 Pro has EIS(Electronic Stabilization) so the videos won't be shaky and will look much better than other Redmi Series smartphones. In our initial tests, the videos looked good and stabilization also worked well. There's no option to record 4K videos so that a negative.

The camera on both front and rear does a brilliant job overall and you won't have any complaints given the price point at which Xiaomi offers all these features. This Camera performance of Redmi Note 5 Pro has a lot of improvements compared to Redmi Note 4(2017 Best Selling Smartphone) or the Redmi Note 5. Camera lovers won't be disappointed with Redmi Note 5's performance.

This budget beast gets a big boost in the processor department and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 which has an Antutu Score of around 1,10,000. Redmi Note 4 comes with Snapdragon 625 which scores around 65000 on Antutu benchmark. So by this comparison, the Note 5 Pro has 70-80% more processing power. 

It comes in two variants, one with 4GB RAM and other with 6GB of RAM clubbed with 64 GB of internal memory in both the variants, assuring of a power-packed performance with Smooth Multitasking and no lag or delay even with the higher end games. Xiaomi has used DDR4 RAM here which is a great thing because we don't really see DDR4 in budget phones. Only the flagship phones are using DDR4 as of now.

The back of Redmi Note 5 Pro has a curved back making it easier to hold and grip. There is a 2.5D gorilla glass on the display. With a strong build quality, great looks, this Note 5 Pro certainly feels nice in hand. Xiaomi has added a translucent silicon case in the box which fits the phone very nicely. Thumbs up to Xiaomi for adding a free case.

Redmi Note 5 Pro, comes with a fingerprint sensor that is quick in unlocking your phone. Xiaomi has added the face unlock feature in the first update. In our initial tests, the face unlock has been working great. It is quick and unlocks the phone in less than a second. Plus, it works even when your phone is about at waist height and you are looking at it. So, you can just take your phone out of pocket and look at it, it will unlock. You don't need to lift the phone to face height to unlock it. We liked the speed and accuracy of the Xiaomi's face lock. Also, it didn't work when eyes were closed so you don't have to worry about someone unlocking your phone when you are sleeping.

The Redmi Note 5 is not water resistant or dust proof as it does not have any IP rating.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is running on latest MIUI 9 which is based on Android Nougat 7.1.2,  which will surely be upgraded to Android Oreo in the near future. Those who love stock android won't like the MIUI interface so just go for Nova Launcher.

Still not able to hold what all this smartphone offer. Hold Tight. Apart from raking in the best features in all the departments, This Redmi Note 5 Pro comes with a big 4000mAH which can easily last of 1.5 - 2 days in case of normal usage, given it comes with a power efficient processor. In first few days of use, we got 7 to 8 hours of screen on time which is excellent for a large 6 inch display phone with a powerful processor.

Our charging tests are still in progress and we will add results here soon. 

With ranking high in this department as well, Redmi Note 5 Pro, does not leave any point that can be strictly negative towards it.

Overall, Redmi Note 5 Pro is a great value for money smartphone which looks decent and performs well. If your budget is around 15k then go for it.

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9. Honor 7X

7X

Features

  • 4 GB RAM | 64 GB ROM | MicroSD upto 256 GB
  • 5.9 inch 2160x1080p FHD+
  • Back Camera: 16MP+2MP Dual Camera
  • Front Camera: 8MP
  • 3340mAh Battery
  • Dual Sim Device
  • Available in Aurora Blue, Gold and Black Colors

Best Price ₹15999



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Honor 7X is the successor to the Honor 6X which was first dual camera phone in mid range. Honor 6X sales were good because of the fact that it was one of the first dual camera phones in this range plus the overall performance of the device was good as well. Huawei would like to replicate the success with Honor 7X.

Honor 7X is actually a lot like Honor 9i which was launched recently in India. The internals are same with the same chipset, same RAM. The camera setup at the back is same. The display is also same. Only things that have changed from 9i to 7X is that front camera on 7X is a single 8MP sensor while it was a dual camera setup on 9i and the camera placement on the back has changed. In Honor 9i the dual camera setup is placed vertically in the middle and on Honor 7X the dual camera setup is placed horizontally on the top corner of the device. Because a lot of things are similar, the review is also similar. You can take a look at Honor 9i review here.

Honor 7X has a metal unibody design with a 2.5D glass covering the display on the front which is 5.93-inch display with Full HD Plus resolution. The aspect ratio of the display is 18:9 which we are seeing a lot in latest phones and trend is expected to continue for next few years. In a couple of years, all phones might come with these full view 18:9 displays. 

The hardware inside the Honor 7X is decent as well. We have a Kirin 659 SOC which is an octa-core chipset with 2 clusters of 4 A53 cores. One cluster is power efficient and runs at a lower frequency. The other cluster runs at higher frequencies and is able to handle heavy workloads like heavy games and apps. For storage we have 3 variants: 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. There is a hybrid sim slot as well which can be used to increase the storage by up to 256GB. We do not like the concept of hybrid sim slot but companies are still going for. We hope it changes in future.

In the camera department, we have a dual camera setup on the back. There is a 16MP+2MP dual camera setup. The higher resolution sensor is a color sensor and lower resolution is a black and white sensor. Details from both sensors are combined to improve image quality. It also helps in giving a depth/bokeh effect to your pictures which are also known as portrait shots. In the camera app, you can actually change the object that you want in focus which is quite useful sometimes. The camera performance is good for a device in this range. The Mi A1 back camera is slightly better than this but it does not have a large 5.9 bezel-less display. On the front, there is a single 8MP camera which is capable of taking some nice detailed shots in daylight. The camera performance is decent. The front camera on Honor 9i is better because it has a dual camera setup on the front as well. So selfie lovers should go for Honor 9i.

The Honor 7X runs on EMUI 5.1 which is based on Android 7.0. EMUI has some useful customization with very little bloatware. Overall performance is good. Everyday usage is smooth with no lag.

The battery inside the Honor 7X is 3340 mAH battery which will last for a day on single charge. The charger in the box is a 10W charger with 2A 5V. Charging time of Honor 7X is around 2 hours.

The prices mentioned above on this page are expected prices as the device has not been launched in India. Pricing of Honor 7X in China is 1399, 1699 and 1999 for 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB variant respectively. Honor has priced the Honor 7X at 12999 for 32GB variant and 15999 for the 64GB variant. We think 15999 is little overpriced. There shouldn't have been a difference of 3000 just for 32GB extra storage. Plus, we are disappointed that Honor didn't launch the 128GB variant.

Overall we think pricing is decent and Huawei will be able to compete with Xiaomi which is expected to launch Redmi Note 5 in December with a similar configuration of dual cameras and bezel-less display. 

Honor 7X is an Amazon exclusive device and is available in flash sales only.

Honor 9i is another great option if you take a lot of selfies as it has a dual front camera setup. Buy Honor 9i from Flipkart.

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10. Vivo V7

V7

Features

  • 4 GB RAM | 32 GB ROM | MicroSD upto 256 GB
  • 5.7 inch HD Plus 720p
  • Back Camera: 16MP
  • Front Camera: 24MP
  • 3000mAh Battery
  • Dual Sim Device
  • Available in Champagne Gold, Matte Black Colors

Best Price ₹16990



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Vivo came up with the very beautiful Vivo V7 in November 2017.  This is Vivo’s attempt at premium phones and the Vivo V7 looks absolutely gorgeous. On the front, we have a lean and mean 5.7-inch edge-to-edge display with minor bezels at top and bottom to house speaker grills. Except that the display doesn’t do justice to the design of this smartphone. Vivo V7 has an 18:9 ratio screen with a frugal resolution of 720 x 1440 pixels, ~282 PPI. Considering the price and design, the display is absolutely unfit and horrible. 

The phone is not the thinnest at 7.9mm and is at the lighter end as it weighs just 139 grams. The Vivo V7 has Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 providing its horsepower at 1.8Ghz, Octa-core, with a handsome 4GB of RAM.  The Snapdragon is a decent performer but don't expect it to provide the best experience on a smartphone of this size. In my opinion, Vivo V7 should have been based on Snapdragon 625 at least. In daily use, you won’t find a lot of issues but don’t complain if your phone stutters a bit while gaming or playing high-resolution videos.  Occasional UI lags shouldn’t be unheard of. The coupling of a generous 4GB of RAM with Snapdragon 435 seems odd. For normal usage, the smartphone isn’t bad but don’t expect a lot of heavy weightlifting. Multi-tasking happens nicely, all thanks to that giant RAM. Thankfully there are no heating problems. On the AnTuTu Benchmark score, Vivo V7 scores 56860, just below MI A1’s 60355, GeekBench records Vivo V7 at 766 in single core performance and 3917 in multi-core performance. Vivo V7 comes with a 32GB Internal storage which is expandable via MicroSD to up to 256GB.

In the camera segment where Vivo V7 vouches for itself, It has got a 16MP (f/2.0, 1/3", 1.0 µm) sensor at the back and a humongous 24MP sensor at front. The camera quality is decent, not the very natural and best but decent enough for normal use. In low-light, camera performance isn’t what Vivo claims to be, the best smartphone camera in the range. Still, the smartphone performs well and picks up colours nicely. Larger MP sensor doesn’t translate to better photos, the selfie camera on this one reinforces that statement. The 24MP sensor performs good enough but not to the mark where it satisfies the numbers associated. You do have that artificial depth effect with the front sensor, which sadly is not adjustable. In natural lighting, the shots on the smartphone are great and have good detail and balance. On the positive sides, you do have a 3.5mm jack and dual sim card slots.

The Vivo V7 glides on Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box, with no upcoming plans for an Oreo update. Android Nougat is no doubt a year old OS but certainly isn’t bad. On top of Android 7.1, you get a lot of bloatware and cheap iOS-like icons/UI, all thanks to Vivo’s FunTouch UI as they call it.  

The Vivo V7 seems to be promising with the battery as well with a big 3000mAh battery that easily lasts a day with 5 hours of screen on time. You don’t get fast charging, so build some patience to charge this one.  It takes somewhere around 3 hours to go full 100%. The phone isn’t protected against dust or water with no IP rating, so be sure to handle with care.

Vivo has always been embarking on the journey of selfie centric phones, and in Vivo V7 as well, it rests the case with the same selfie centric phone. You cannot expect anything extraordinary over the selfie and just delivers decently in all the departments.

Other options in this range are Honor 9i, Honor 7X, Mi A1.

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