Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The smartphone industry is ever blooming. We have migrated from pressing three times for ‘c’ to touching C. The industry has always been anxious about two ranges- smartphones under 10,000 and smartphones above 50,000. We took this an opportunity to give you more insight towards the product that you are going to buy! Phone NameOur RatingLink Xiaomi Redmi 44.8Get it here Lenovo K6 Power4.6Get it here Moto G4 Play4.1Get it here Xiaomi Redmi Note 44.0Get it here Moto G44.0Get it here Every brand – Lenovo or Xiaomi have been trying their best to thrive at par budget section by providing a lot of premium features at a low price. But which one is the best? Let’s dig in and find out. Here is a list of 10 best smartphones under 10,000 Kindly note that the list hasn’t been given priority numbers. However, the device that appears first is more recommended to buy! Xiaomi Redmi 4 Quick overview: The Redmi line of phones has always been known for establishing the standards for budget segment. Three years after the Redmi 1S, Redmi 4 is still a prominent phone. To put it simply as PCMag explains, “Redmi 4 is the king of all budget phones.” The unibody metal design gives a premium feel to this phone. There’s no Gorilla Glass in Redmi 4. Two thing I don’t like about Redmi series is the hybrid sim slot and their UI, MIUI. Hopefully, things will get fixed in the next MIUI update. You can’t insert your second sim and SD card simultaneously. The camera manages to pull up decent shots which are quite surprising in this price range. Overall, the phone is pretty decent. If you are on a strict budget that it, best phone under 10,000 then this is the one you should go for. Specs for Xiaomi Redmi 4: Screen: 5-inch IPS LCD Processor: 1.4 GHz Octa-core Snapdragon 435 Camera: 13 MP rear | 5 MP front RAM: 2-4 GB (16-64 GB internal storage) OS: Android Coolpad Note 5 Lite Quick overview: Coolpad, like Xiamoi, is a company that produces affordable and good budget phones. Note 5 Lite is the phone you think of when you want performance and design; regardless of te updates. Note 5 comes after the original CoolPad 3 S which shook the budget world. Build on top of a beautiful model policy; the CoolPad Nite 5 Lite delivers what it promises. The RAM management is (so far)the best I have seen in any budget phone and the UI also doesn’t miss a chance to amaze you up. If you are not-so-much into updates and care for performance, design and camera Note, 5 Lite should be top on your list. If you are not-so-much into upgrades and care for performance, design, and camera; Note 5 Lite should be top on your list. Specs for CoolPad Note 5 Lite: Screen: 5.0-inch IPS LCD Processor: 1.0 Octa-core MediaTek MT6735CP Camera: 13 MP rear | 5 MP front RAM: 3 GB (16 GB internal storage) OS: Android 6.0 Pros of CoolPad Note 5 Lite: Fluid UI Beautiful design Cons of CoolPad Note 5 Lite: Average Battery Nokia 3 Quick Overview: Nokia’s back, and we couldn’t miss an opportunity to review the Nokia 3. From the design perspective, Nokia 3 comes with a pretty unique Square like the design. The capacitive buttons are quick to respond, and the shutter feels fast. Now if you are a fan of high performing phones Motorola G4 Play and Redmi 4 might still be your best bet. Having said that, if you keep dropping your phones are is a pretty much average user who likes to clicks lot of pictures, Nokia 3 might still be your best bet. Specs for Nokia 3: Screen: 5-inch IPS LCD Processor: Quad-core 1.3Ghz MTK 6737 Camera: 8 MP rear | 5 MP front RAM: 2 GB (16 GB internal storage) OS: Android 7.0 Pros of Nokia 3: Durability (Isn’t this Nokia’s signature?) Android 7.0 out of the box! Cons of Nokia 3: Battery issue Still Confused? Enter details below to know our pick! Go here Lenovo K6 Power If we are making a list of best Android smartphones under 10,000, it’s hard to come up without including Lenovo’s budget king – Lenovo K6 Power. Lenovo’s budget king does not look too well on the paper but manages to pull off tasks surprisingly well. You might think the Snapdragon 430 seems too old school for modern apps, but Lenovo never fails to surprise us! The one thing that makes K6 stand out from its competitors despite dim specs is the display. The display of K6 power is stunning in the price range. Despite being flawed with specs, the phone proves as one of the best affordable phones in India. Specs for Lenovo K6 Power: Screen: 5-inch IPS LCD Processor: 1.4 GHz Octa-core Snapdragon 430 Camera: 13 MP rear | 8 MP front RAM: 3 GB (16 GB internal storage) OS: Android 6.0 Pros of Lenovo K6 Power: Dolby Atmos Sound Ultimate Power Saving Cons of Lenovo K6 Power: Hybrid SIM slot Moto G4 Play Quick overview: Behold the all time phenomena from Motorola. Being one of the oldest series from Motorola, the phone continues to fulfill the promise. When typically looked at the price tag it may seem that the phone doesn’t deserve to be on the list of budget phones, But the game changes when you use the phone. The performance is fluid and above-par. The reason is stock UI. Motorola implements a simple UI which makes the phone faster. This UI feature also lets Motorola (now Lenov0) send faster OTA updates. If you don’t care for the specification sheet and are always eager for regular updates, this is the phone you should opt for. Specs for Moto G4 Play: Screen: 5-inch IPS LCD Processor: 1.2 GHz Octa-core Snapdragon 410 Camera: 8 MP rear | 5 MP front RAM: 2 GB (8-16 GB internal storage) OS: Android 6.0.1 Pros of Moto G4 Play: Righteously price-tagged Excellent camera Cons of Moto G4 Play: Lacks removable battery Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Quick overview: Welcome the second Xiaomi phone from this list. If one thing Xiaomi knows is that how to build premium and yet affordable phones. The Redmi Note 4 is the latest upgrade to Redmi Note series of the phone from Xiaomi. The main reason Note 4 is loved by many is that of its 5.5-inch brilliant screen.Powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 625, this is one of most powerful budget phones available. With assured Nougat 7.0, the phone differently deserves a thought. [ Generally, the list of Note4 phones exceed in the pricing of 10,000 but the later one is below 10,000. ] Specs for Xiaomi Note Redmi 4: Screen: 5.5-inch IPS LCD Processor: 2 GHz Octa-core Snapdragon 625 Camera: 13 MP rear | 5 MP front RAM: 2-4 GB (32-64 GB internal storage) OS: Android 6.0 Pros of Redmi Note 4: Everlasting battery life Lightning fast performance Cons of Redmi Note 4: Weak Speaker Moto G4 Quick overview: Like any other Motorola phone, low on Specifications, high on functionality. Moto g4 boasts the same universal Motola design built with a stock UI. One thing perfect about the Moto G4 is Adreno 405 GPU which makes gaming much more fun. The Motorola gestures already present add to the essence of the phone. However, I would have liked if they would have made the phone a little thinner. However, I would have liked if they would have made the phone a little thinner. The lack of fingerprint reads also make its dubious for many users. If you don’t care for stock UI, Redmi series is still a better bet for you. Specs for Moto G4: Screen: 5.5-inch IPS LCD Processor: 1.5 GHz Octa-core Snapdragon 617 Camera: 16 MP rear | 5 MP front RAM: 2-4 GB (16-64 GB internal storage) OS: Android 6.0.1 Pros of Moto G4: Incredibly brilliant screen Gorilla Glass Cons of Moto G4: No fingerprint reader (Seriously!?) Samsung Galaxy On 5 Pro Quick overview: Samsung’s latest attempt on the budget segment is quite impressive. The only thing impressive about the phone is the camera. Samsung managed to provide an excellent camera and indeed a good battery life without demanding too much money. The price tag seems to be inappropriately labeled. However, if you are looking for an affordable Samsung phones., On five pro will be worth it. Specs for Samsung Galaxy On 5 Pro: Screen: 5-inch IPS LCD Processor: 1.3 GHz Exynos 3475 Camera: 8 MP rear | 5 MP front RAM: 2 GB (16 GB internal storage) OS: Android 6.0 Pros of Galaxy On 5 Pro: Good Battery No heating issues despite metal back Cons of Galaxy On 5 Pro: Samsung’s terrible UI Lenovo Vibe k5 Note Quick overview: Vibe K5 comes with a 5.5inch display on top of a MediaTek Processor. This phone was highly hyped during its release, and the price tag only brought eye candy to it. This phone is the probably the only phone under 10,00 from Lenovo that comes with capacitive buttons. If you do not care for Android updates and can live on a MediaTek processor, Vibe K5 should be on your list of phones to get. UPDATE: Flipkart has slashed the price of Vibe K5 Note by Rs,2000! Specs for Lenovo Vibe K5: Screen: 5.5-inch IPS LCD Processor: 1.8-1.0 Octa-Core MediaTek MT6755 Helio P10 Camera: 13 MP rear | 5 MP front RAM: 3-4 GB (32 GB internal storage) OS: Android 5.1 Pros of Lenovo Vibe K5: Super-fluid UI Cons of Lenovo Vibe K5: Android 5.1 Panasonic Eluga Ray X Quick overview: If for some reason who have come so down the list of best affordable phones under 10,000; you may pause here. Eluga Ray X has an excellent specs sheet, but it’s from Panasonic. I hate the design Panasonic endorses. However, if you can get over the design and app-crashes, this would be worth your extra money! Specs for Eluga Ray X: Screen: 5.5-inch IPS LCD Processor: 1.3 Quad-Core MediaTek MT6737 Camera: 13 MP rear | 5 MP front RAM: 3 GB (32 GB internal storage) OS: Android 6.0 Pros of Eluga Ray X: No(Almost) bloatware No heating Cons of Eluga Ray X: Frequent app crashes That sums up our list. Which phone do you think you would consider buying?