These are the best handsets in this range, most of which have been tested by The Mobile Indian itself.
The smartphone market today is flooded with many options, making it difficult to choose one for your requirements. So here we bring you the five best smartphones in the range of Rs 10,000-Rs 15,000. Three of the five handsets mentioned here have already been reviewed by The Mobile Indian. These handsets have been chosen on the basis of their features and performance, and above all we have considered the value for money that each of these handsets offer.
Micromax Canvas HD A116
We had to take it as the No 1 in this list considering the immense euphoria it had created in the Indian market and given its performance. And why not, at around a price of Rs 15,000, the handset offers premium features like a high definition 5 inch display, a quad core processor, 1 GB RAM, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, 8 megapixel primary camera, 2 megapixel front camera, 32 GB expandable storage and around 2 GB of internal memory. Besides, this dual SIM handset has WiFi, micro USB, Bluetooth 4.0, 2000 mAh battery etc.
LG Zero has been introduced in Korea and will gradually be rolled out in Asia, Europe and Latin America.
The purported Nokia C1 is said to come in two size variants as well as in Android and Windows models.
There are three other offers offering 1GB, 3GB and 7.5GB of unlimited 2G or 3G data.
You can exchange your old smartphone for a OnePlus One, 2 or X.
The Nokia 230 is armed with some useful tools like calculator, recorder, clock, calender, flash light, Facebook, Twitter and Opera Mini browser.
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The Lenovo has the distinction of having dual front camera while OnePlus X has a 13 megapixel rear camera and an 8 MP front camera.
As per Ringo, its standard rate of 19 paise is 90 per cent cheaper than most carriers and 25 per cent cheaper than the most popular calling apps that are Internet based.