Top 5 Budget Smartphones Under Rs 10,000 in India – May 2021

The market is packed with budget smartphones with overwhelming specifications from several brands. The demand for budget smartphones in the country is on a rapid increase, and brands are nowadays more interested in the budget segment. However, every brand offers almost similar specifications for the same price, making it tough to choose a perfect smartphone for yourself if you’re on a tight budget.

Realme Narzo 30A

Price: Starts at ₹8,499
  • 6.5-inch HD+ Display
  • Mediatek Helio G85 Processor
  • 3/4GB RAM | 32/64GB ROM (Expandable Upto 512 GB)
  • Android 10 (Realme UI)
  • 13MP + 2MP | 8MP Front Camera
  • 6000mAh Li-ion Polymer Battery | 18W Fast Charging

Realme keeps launching new smartphones every month or two, but Narzo 30A launched a few months ago in India, is one of Realme’s best smartphones under the ₹10,000 price segment. The Narzo 30A features a 6.5-inch display and is powered by Mediatek’s Helio G85. In addition, it comes with a massive 6000mAh battery with support for 18W fast charging. The Narzo 30 sports a dual rear camera setup led by a 13MP sensor, while there’s an 8MP camera in front. The base variant of Narzo 30A with 32GB of internal memory and 3GB RAM retails for ₹8,499. The Narzo 30A is simply one of the best smartphones under Rs. 10,000 in India.

Poco M2 Reloaded

Price: ₹9,499
  • 6.53 inch FHD+ Display
  • Mediatek Helio G35 Processor
  • 4GB RAM | 32/64GB ROM (Expandable Upto 512 GB)
  • Android 10 (MIUI 12)
  • 13MP + 8MP + 5MP + 2MP | 5MP Front Camera
  • 5000mAh Li-ion Polymer Battery

Poco has been launching rebranded Redmi smartphones ever since it came back, and this time it even outdid itself. Poco M2 Reloaded is a rebadged Poco M2. The Poco M2 Reloaded features a 6.54-inch display, and Mediatek Helio G80 Soc powers it. The SoC inside is coupled with 64GB of internal memory and 4GB of RAM. Moreover, it runs a cleaner version of MIUI or, as Poco calls it, “Poco Clean Experience”. You can grab Poco M2 Reloaded for as low as ₹9,499.

Redmi 9 Power

Price: Starts at ₹9,999
  • 6.53 inch FHD+ Display
  • Snapdragon 662 Processor
  • 4GB RAM | 64/128GB ROM (Expandable Upto 512 GB)
  • Android 10 (MIUI 12)
  • 48MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP | 8MP Front Camera
  • 6000mAh Li-ion Polymer Battery | 18W Fast Charging | Reverse Charging

The Redmi 9 Power might be the best option if you don’t want a Mediatek powered smartphone. The Redmi 9 Power features a 6.53″ panel with FHD+ resolution, and it is powered by Snapdragon 662 SoC paired with 4 GB RAM and upto 128 GB of UFS 2.2 internal storage. In addition, it comes with a 6000mAh battery with which supports 18W fast charging and reverses charging. Redmi 9 Power a quad-camera setup that includes a 48MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide, 2MP depth camera, and a 2MP macro camera. The Redmi 9 Power is one of the best Snapdragon-powered smartphones under the budget of Rs. 10,000.

Moto G10 Power

Price: ₹9,999
  • 6.51-inch HD+ Display
  • Snapdragon 460 Processor
  • 4GB RAM | 64GB ROM (Expandable Upto 512 GB)
  • Android 11
  • 48MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP | 8MP Front Camera
  • 6000mAh Li-ion Polymer Battery | 20W Fast Charging

Moto G10 Power is another excellent smartphone under Rs. 10,000. It comes with a 6.51-inch HD+ display, and it is powered by Snapdragon 460 SoC coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Additionally, it comes with a 6000mAh battery with support for 20W fast charging. The stock Android experience on Moto smartphones is just the icing on the cake. So, if you’re not a fan of Android skins, then Moto G10 Power would be an excellent option for you.

Micromax In 1

Micromax In 1 Review
Price: 9,999
  • 6.67-inch HD+ Display
  • Mediatek Helio G80 Processor
  • 4GB RAM | 64GB ROM
  • Android 10
  • 48MP + 2MP + 2MP | 8MP Front Camera
  • 5000mAh Li-ion Polymer Battery | 18W Fast

Micromax made a comeback last year, and we were pretty sceptical of how the new In smartphones would be until we got to test one of them. So, last month we got a chance to test out Micromax’s latest offering, In 1, and it’s quite a good phone, but it’s not the best. 

“Micromax In 1 comes with average hardware, but the stock android makes up for its not so great hardware. It might lag behind its Chinese counterparts, but it’s not far behind. So if you are out in the market looking for a non-Chinese smartphone, then the Micromax In 1 is an excellent ‘Made in India’ smartphone that offers a cleaner and smoother user experience,” an excerpt from our Micromax In 1 review.

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