Looking for the best phone to buy below Rs. 15, 000? There are many options to choose from. You’ll get brand names such as Realme, Xiaomi, plus Poco with their multiple contenders under the Rs. 15, 500 price bracket. While some models in the price segment have promising camera experiences, you will also have options with higher RAM capacity, and newer processors. With so much variety, picking the most appropriate option genuinely that easy. On this episode of Orbital, host Akhil Arora brings in Gadgets 360 reviewer Aditya Shenoy and deputy reviews editor Roydon Cerejo to discuss the best phones below Rs. 15, 000.
We spoke as to what people’s expectations should be in order to at phones under the Rs. 15, 000 bracket. Selecting an all-rounder in this portion is difficult as some have a powerful processor, while the others come with good cameras. Companies like Realme and Xiaomi nowadays are bringing functions such as AMOLED displays with 90Hz refresh rate and multiple rear cameras. However , people buying a phone under Rs. 15, 000 aren’t likely to get features such as stereo speakers, waterproofing, plus wireless charging.
We all also talk about the things you need to look for in this price portion and the marketing buzzwords and jargon that the companies usually use to attract customers, along with good stuff they’ve seen through the likes of Realme, Xiaomi, and Motorola . Minimo has also introduced some re-badged Redmi mobile phones under the Rs. 15, 000 bracket to offer the same equipment of the Xiaomi portfolio but with a distinct user experience.
Plus, what are the brands that offer better long life under Rs. 15, 000? And what upcoming phones that might be worth waiting for?
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