Balance is key and what these devices offer in terms of performance and features, while keeping it all within the price range.
While budget smartphones offer the bare minimum and high end devices cater to performance hunger, the sub 20,000 devices form a mid range that is a perfect balance of both performance as well as features, but at the same time there is a lot of confusion as to what to buy and what not to buy as with a few thousand Rupees more, users have access to the performance segment which certainly is better.
Yes, this is what a common buyer has in mind while buying a sub Rs 20,000 Android smartphone-we too were quite confused. So to solve all the confusion and to help our readers we present here our top 5 sub Rs 20,000 Android smartphone list. The devices featured here come from various manufacturers and offer the best of features.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Play was not immediately liked by many smartphone users because of its extensive gaming capabilities and controls, but more and more gamers gradually became interested in this smartphone. Well, the price was to be honest slightly on the high side, so Sony has announced yet another Sony Playstation certified device, the Sony Xperia Neo L. Xperia Neo L is another officially certified Playstation device but without PSP like controls.
In terms of hardware the Xperia Neo L features Xperia Play-like specifications with a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a dedicated Adreno 205 graphics engine ensuring smoother and faster graphics performance. In total, 512 MB of RAM has been added to this device to keep its performance zippy, which is essential for gaming. Plus there is a bundled 2 GB memory card for additional storage. The 4 inch capacitive touchscreen makes up with its 480 x 854 pixel resolution and colour reproduction while gaming, which is perfectly complemented with brilliant sound output.
Xperia Neo L runs on Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich that has hundreds of free and paid games to choose and play. If that is not enough then users can also make use of the Playstation suite, a dedicated content store for Playstation certified devices.
The Voyager Focus UC, the company claims, is the industry's first wireless Bluetooth stereo headset with active noise-cancellation (ANC) technology.
Despite such as a huge screen, Lenovo claims that the Phab Plus is "optimised for single-hand use".
Oppo Find 9 is expected to succeed the Find 7.
Kindle Unlimited is a service which allow users to subscribe and freely read as many books as they want from Kindle books.
OneDrive will be available in Intex smartphones with a memory configuration of 16GB ROM and 2GB RAM.
Micromax will become the first Indian brand to launch a device on the new Helio premium platform using the Helio X10.
Check out the devices that are going to be showcased at this year's IFA event in Berlin.
Xolo Black can be purchased for Rs 12,999.
Xiaomi Mi 4C is expected to have a USB Type C connector.
The Motorola Bounce is said to have got the MIL-STD (military standard) rating, which is given to devices for their ruggedness.