Everyone may not be having a budget to buy Samsung Galaxy S3 or iPhone 5. If you have a budget which is just around Rs 10,000 then there are some superb smartphones which you can consider to buy. These smartphones come in your budget of Rs 10,000 and they will satisfy you because they have all the features that you want in a smartphone.
If you want to know all such 4 smartphones which are best for you in your budget of Rs 10,000 then you will have to go through this blog post which gives you good information regarding all of them.
1. Micromax Canvas 2 A110 – Micromax Canvas 2 A110 is a superb Android smartphone which comes in the price of Rs 10,400. Micromax Canvas 2 A110 works on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system. You may decide to buy Micromax Canvas 2 A110 because it has good features like 5 inches LCD Capacitive touchscreen, Dual sim, 8 megapixel camera and much more. With Micromax Canvas 2 A110 you also get a 0.3 megapixel camera for video calling. Micromax Canvas 2 A110 comes with 1GHz Dual core processor and 512MB RAM.
All the connectivity features like 3G, Wifi, GPS etc are available in Micromax Canvas 2 A110. Micromax Canvas 2 A110 comes with 2GB internal memory and you can get external memory up to 32GB using MicroSD card with Micromax Canvas 2 A110.
2. Samsung Galaxy Ace – Samsung Galaxy Ace is a very popular Android smartphone and as the price of Galaxy Ace has decreased with time it is available now at just Rs 10, 300. Samsung Galaxy Ace with 3.5 inches touchscreen, 5 MP camera, 800 MHz processor is a good Android smartphone.
Internal memory of Samsung Galaxy Ace is only 158MB while you can get external memory up to 32GB with Samsung Galaxy Ace.
3. Nokia Lumia 510 – Nokia Lumia 510 is the smartphone which you can buy if you want to buy a Windows 7.5 OS smartphone in your budget of Rs 10,000. Nokia Lumia 510 has 4 inches touchscreen, 5 MP camera, 800 MHz processor and 256MB RAM. Nokia Lumia 510 comes with only 4GB of internal memory.
Nokia Lumia 510 which is priced at Rs 10,000 is a good option for those who don’t want to buy an Android smartphone.
4. Sony Xperia Tipo Dual – Sony Xperia Tipo Dual which works on Android 4.0 operating system is a good Dual Sim Android smartphone by Sony. Sony Xperia Tipo Dual has a 3.2 inches touchsceen and 3.2 megapixel camera. Sony Xperia Tipo Dual has 800MHz Scorpion processor. Sony Xperia Tipo Dual has an internal memory of 2.5GB while you get external memory of 32GB using MicroSD card with Sony Xperia Tipo Dual.
Sony Xperia Tipo Dual can be bought by you in Rs 10,300 which is an affordable price for such an awesome Android smartphone.
These 4 smartphones which are Sony Xperia Tipo Dual, Micromax Canvas 2 A110, Nokia Lumia 510, Samsung Galaxy Ace are very superb in a budget of Rs 10,000. If you have a higher budget then you can go for Android smartphones like Sony Yuga, HTC 8S, HTC 8X, Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini or HTC Deluxe.
6 thoughts on “Best Smartphones in budget of Rs 10,000”
Motorola Fire XT too is awesome, I think the best among the lot. You should see it’s features, superb. Maybe you’ll place it at the top. Nice to see Micromax in there 🙂
Yes Aditya, there are many good smartphones which you can get in a budget of Rs 10000 and Micromax Fire XT may also be a good option. The 4 which I have mentioned in this post are also really good smartphones in Rs 10,000. I wrote about these 4 because they are getting good demand in the market..
I like Nokia Lumia 510. It’s 5MP camera and 800MHz processor is worth the price! Surely I think it is a best buy!
Yes Christopher J Nokia Lumia 510 is a good smartphone in the budget of Rs 10,000. Nokia Lumia 510 is a Windows based smartphone and if you are looking for an Android smartphone in budget of Rs 10,000 you may consider the other 3 Android smartphones which I have mentioned.
Nokia Lumia 510 is the best one here,Personally i hate Samsung and specially their low budget phones their battery backup is too low.
Yes Janmejai Nokia Lumia 510 is really a superb choice in budget of Rs 10,000. Low budget smartphones by Samsung are not so bad..Some friends of mine are using low budget Samsung smartphones and they are very happy with it.. They are getting good battery life..It all depends on how you use your smartphone. There are many Android apps which will help you to save batterfy life on your Android smartphone.