9 Best Smartphones Under 15K

The Smartphone industry is booming with many user specific customizations; eventually the budget segment can’t be overlooked and there are many phones spanning across the ranges of 5K to 15K.

Certain specifications may appear good on paper, buy not necessarily translate into people’s expectations regarding smartphone . Its always a tough task to make the right choice midst so many products in the market and related appealing commercials. Here CRB Tech lists 9 smartphones that have emerged at the top and would help you choose the best phone according to your requirements:

Meizu

Meizu M2: responsive device; expected of about a day’s worth of work done on a full battery

Price: 6999

Pros:

  • Smart touch button
  • Lightweight handset
  • Good cameras
  • High-definition videos and 3D game
  • Good battery

Cons:

  • Customizations are minimal and the user interface is very intuitive

    Xiaomi

Xiaomi Note : Picks all the right boxes when it comes to smartphone capabilities

Price: Rs 11,999

Pros:

  • Full HD movies and 3D games without any stutter
  • Best camera
  • Fingerprint sensor
  • Fully-laminated screen.

Cons: None till date

Asus

Asus Zenfone : An affordable device for personal entertainment

Price: Rs 9,999

Pros:

  • 5000 mAh battery
  • Can use its battery to charge another device via the USB OTG cable included in the box
  • Bright display
  • Customized user interface, one-handed mode

Cons:

  • Photos taken with the front camera are average and good enough for sharing on the web only.

    Coolpad

Coolpad Note 3: A device that gives you about a day’s use on a full battery

Price: Rs 6,999

Pros:

  • Low-price handset
  • 16GB of internal storage with support for microSD cards
  • Full HD movies and 3D games
  • Good camera

Cons:

  • Note 3 Lite’s USB OTG is a hit-and-miss affair

    Lenovo

Lenovo Vibe: A good alternative to the year-old Moto E, which also comes with a water resistant build

Price: Rs 7,999

Pros:

  • Protected against accidental spills and water splashes
  • A very good battery has ability to charge other devices via an OTG cable
  • Toggle switch on its side
  • Full HD movies; odd 3D games

Cons:

  • Noticeable delays in launching resources
  • Average camera

    Lava

Lava V2 :Being pocket friendly is its mainstay but it could have been a much better phone if not for its middling battery life.

Price: Rs 10,750

Pros:

  • Slim profile like the Meizu M2
  • Runs on the latest Android Marshmallow with minimal customization
  • Turbo Download to combine your Wi-Fi speeds with 3G4G for faster downloads
  • Smart lock screen, and hassle-free USB OTG drive support
  • Scratch-resistant display is vibrant
  • Good pics only in well lit environs; works well for macro photos

Cons:

  • Slippery to hold
  • Audio output sounds relatively flat

    LeEco LE

LeEco Le : Second only to the Mi Note 3 in performance, the Le 1S promises value for money

Price: Rs 10,999

Pros:

  • Metal body, fantastic look
  • 32GB of storage
  • Fingerprint scanner

    InFocus Bingo

InFocus Bingo :In performance, it works just as well as the Coolpad Note 3 Lite. On paper, the Bingo 50 holds a lot of promise, but doesn’t quite deliver yet

Price:7499

Pros:

  • A great quality build
  • newest version of Android: Marshmallow
  • Has Turbo Download that allows to combine Wi-Fi connection along with 3G or 4G networks.
  • Good camera

Cons:

  • Auto-rotation on this handset does not work
  • Headphones and speakers are rather under-whelming

    Honor 5x

Honor 5X: The device not in the same performance class as the Mi Note 3 and the LeEco Le 1s

Price: Rs 12,999

Pros:

  • Metal body
  • Fingerprint scanner
  • Stellar battery life of over a day and a half on a single charge

A review by CRB Tech , hope it helps the buyers.

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