Dual SIM phones are a huge hit with Indians and now the category has moved with Dual SIM smartphones coming into the picture.
Dual SIM phones catapulted Indian brands into the mainstream of Indian handset market, and MNC brands were late in catching up. But in case of Dual SIM smartphone, though Indian brands were the first to launch, MNC brands soon launched products knowing fully well that there is always a demand for dual SIM handsets in India in all the categories.
While the Dual SIM feature is still mostly in the entry level domain, there are few good options even in the middle level category. Here are best Dual SIM phones that you can buy in India currently.
Priced close to Rs 22,000, this is the best Dual SIM Android smartphone you can buy currently, since it has features to match the costliest Android phones. Based on Android v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) OS, it comes with a 5 megapixel camera, however there is no front camera.
The phone has a 4-inch capacitive touchscreen with 480 x 800 pixels resolution and a 1 GHz Cortex-A5 processor. The best part is the phone features the latest HTC Sense user interface and also the famed Beats audio enhancements.
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Here we present to you five other smartphones which carry a similar or near about pricing as that of Q450.
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