With a wide variety of phones available in the below Rs 6,000 category, choosing the best one becomes a problem. But don't worry, here's help.
With number of manufacturers increasing, cellphone prices are going down, resulting a plethora of feature phones in sub Rs 6,000 category. Naturally, you're bound to get confused if you go out looking for a phone in this range. So here's some help.
Motorola Ex 119 features in our list this time too as it did last time in August, but quite a few new phones have made it to the list this time. Lets check them out.
Motorola Ex 119 (Price Rs 5,500)
The Ex 119 is Motorola�s first ever touch and type input based phone and it has proven very successful for the company. The phone is widely liked by people for its performance and features.
The phone has a large five-row Qwerty keypad with separate keys for alphabets and numbers, which means that typing is much better than any other keypad with lesser number of keys. The display is a 2.4 inch capacitive touchscreen which is good for most things. The combination works well for people who are very active social media users and who text a lot.
Besides, the phone also has a 3 megapixel camera, GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth and USB. The phone plays videos and has a 3.5 mm audio jack for earphones. There is an FM Radio, Opera Mobile Browser and expandable memory of 32 GB. The phone is convenient to use and has all the features you would expect in this price bracket.
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