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7/13/22

Buy this gaming smartphone for a less than 20 thousand rupees, powerful in a processor.

Buy in this gaming smartphone for a less than 20 thousand in a rupees, powerful in a  processor.

In the world of the smartphones, we have reached a point where it is no longer necessary to the spend absurd amounts of the money to get some pretty cool features in a phones. Even in the mainstream segment, one can find some good deals if you know where to the look.

If you have a budget of the around Rs. 20,000, then you can find a pretty diverse set of good smartphones on offer. It was a just last year that the in-display fingerprint sensor became all the rage in flagship phones, and today, you can actually get that in a phone under a Rs. 20,000. Not only that, but due to the  stiff competition and recent price cuts, you can be a actually get a phone with a flagship-level Qualcomm Soc from a 2018 in this price range too.

Like all our curated in a lists, the phones we have picked under a Rs. 20,000 have all been well-received in our reviews and have a minimum rating of the  8 out of 10. All our picks have a individual strengths such as triple cameras, in the allure of the stock Android, bezel-less displays and even the raw power or the one of the best Soc  around, so you can pick the one that suits to your usage in the best.

Here in the best phones you can buy a under Rs. 20,000 in a India right now.

Red-mi Note 11 Pro+ 5 G

The Red-mi Note series has a always been about a great features and specifications for a less than Rs. 20,000, but the new Red-mi Note 11 Pro+ 5 G's price starts above in that level. It has a 108-megapixel primary rear camera, 67 W fast in a charging, Snapdragon 695 Soc, 5 G, and 120 Hz Super AMBLED panel. However, competition is a tough and this balance at this price is not really for a everyone. The design is some what basic but there is a Mirage Blue option with a unique rear pattern that looks like a waves of the water. The display is a sharp and punchy, but does not have a H D R. General performance is a great, and the Red-mi Note 11 Pro+ 5 G ships with a Android 11 at launch time. M I U I  features lots of the customization. Gamer might find that other options at this price are more powerful. Photography was also a just about average, with a decent performance in the daytime but weak low-light results and no 4 K video recording. Charging is a super quick too.

Motorola Mott G 71

The Mott G 71  5 G sports a 6.4-inch AMBLED display with a hole punch. The display has a good viewing angles and was a bright enough when outdoors. Motorola has a managed to the keep the weight in a check and the relatively compact dimensions make in the phone comfortable to use. It has a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner while a most of its competition offers a side-mounted fingerprint in a  scanner. 

The Mott G 71 5 G is a powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 Soc and is a paired with a 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of the storage. It also gives you the option to use  about 1.5 GB of the  storage as a RAM. The phone offered a good performance and will be suit casual as well as a heavy users. The 5,000 meh battery also delivered very good battery life and the  easily lasted beyond a day of the use. Motorola also bundles a 33 W charger in the box.

The Mott G 71 5 G sports a triple camera setup consisting of  a 50-megapixel primary in a  camera, an a 8-megapixel ultra wide angle and a macro in a camera. The phone managed a good shots during in the day with the primary and the ultra-wide-angle camera. It is a  managed good closeups, selfies, and portraits. Low light camera performance was a average and Night mode was a aggressive.

V i v o T 1

The V i v o  T 1 is the first smartphone in the T series. It is  a focused on Gen Z buyers who look for a good specifications at the  attractive prices.  Their  V i v o  T 1 5 G sports a 6.58-inch full-H D+ display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and panda glass for a protection. However, it does have a dewdrop notch that looks dated.

Powering in the V i v o  T 1 is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 Soc, and the phone is a offered in a 4 GB RAM, 6 GB RAM and 8 GB RAM in a options. All these variants offer a 128 GB of the storage. You also have in the option to the expand storage further using a micro SD card. The phone runs Android 12 with a  V i v o's Fun touch OS skin on a top. It also has a few bloatware apps are preinstalled. The V i v o  T 1  5 G has a 5,000 meh battery which are offered good battery life. It has a support for a 18 W fast charging which is slower than the competition.

The triple camera in a system on the T 1  5 G consisted of a 50-megapixel primary camera, a 2-megapixel depth camera, and a 2-megapixel macro camera. Daylight photos were good and close-up shots in a favorable light looked good. Low light camera performance was a strictly average and video was not stabilized either.  

Real me 8 s 5 G

The Real me 8 s 5 G looks a nearly identical to the Real me 8 5 G. It has a  6.5-inch display with thin bezels on the sides but a slightly thicker chin. The Real me 8 s  5 G has a side-mounted fingerprint in a  scanner. The Real me 8 s  5 G has a triple camera module which protrudes enough to cause the device to rock when kept on a table.

 Powering in the Real me 8 s 5 G is the Media Tet Density 810 5 G processor, and is a paired with a either 6 GB or 8 GB of  the RAM. Both a variants have a 128 GB of the  storage which is a expandable using in  the dedicated micro SD card slot. Real me also has a Virtual RAM feature which lets you use a 5 GB of the  storage to the  extend RAM. You get a 5,000 meh battery and a 33 W charger in the box. Battery life on the Real me 8 s 5 G was a good, and it can last beyond a day quite are easily. Charging the 5,000 meh battery with the supplied 33 W Dart Charger got the phone to the 94 percent in an a hour.

 Real me 8 s 5 G has a triple camera setup with a 64-megapixel primary camera with an a f/1.8 aperture, a 2-megapixel B&W portrait in a camera, and a 2-megapixel macro camera. It is a managed good photos in  a daylight but the lack of an a ultra-wide angle camera makes it is a less versatile than some of the competition. Low light camera performance was a average though Night mode helped a improve in the output.

The Real me 8 s  5 G looks nearly identical to the Real me 8 5 G. It has a  6.5-inch display with thin bezels on the sides but a slightly thicker chin. The Real me 8 s 5 G  has a side-mounted fingerprint in a scanner. The Real me 8 s 5 G has a triple camera module which are protrudes enough to cause the device to rock when kept on a table.

 Powering in the Real me 8 s 5 G is the Media Tet Density 810 5 G processor, and is a paired with a either 6 GB or 8 GB of the RAM. Both a variants have a 128 GB of the storage which is a expandable using in the dedicated micro SD card slot. Real me also has a Virtual RAM feature which lets you use 5 GB of the  storage to the extend RAM. You get a 5,000 meh battery and a 33 W charger in the box. Battery life on the Real me 8 s 5 G was a good, and it can last beyond a day quite a easily. Charging in the 5,000 meh battery with the supplied 33 W Dart Charger got the phone to the 94 percent in an a hour.

 Real me 8 s 5 G has a triple camera setup with a 64-megapixel primary camera with an a f/1.8 aperture, a 2-megapixel B&W portrait in a  camera, and a 2-megapixel macro camera. It is a managed good photos in a daylight but the lack of the an a ultra-wide angle camera makes it is a less versatile than some of the competition. Low light camera performance was a average though Night mode helped improve in the output.

The Real me 8 s 5 G looks nearly identical to the Real me 8 5 G. It has a  6.5-inch display with a thin bezels on the sides but a slightly thicker chin. The Real me 8 s 5 G has a side-mounted fingerprint in a  scanner. The Real me 8 s 5 G has a triple camera module which are protrudes enough to cause in the device to rock when kept on a table.

 Powering in the Real me 8 s 5 G is the Media Tet Density 810 5 G in a processor, and is a paired with a  either 6 GB or 8 GB of the RAM. Both variants have a 128 GB of  the storage which is a expandable using in the dedicated micro SD card slot. Real me also has a Virtual RAM feature which lets you use a 5 GB of the storage to the extend RAM. You get a 5,000 meh battery and a 33 W charger in the box. Battery life on the Real me 8 s 5 G was a good, and it can last beyond a day quite are easily. Charging in the 5,000 meh battery with the supplied 33 W Dart Charger got the phone to the  94 percent in an a hour.

 Real me 8 s 5 G has a triple camera setup with a 64-megapixel primary camera with an a f/1.8 aperture, a 2-megapixel B&W portrait in a camera, and a 2-megapixel macro camera. It is a managed good photos in a daylight but the lack of the an a  ultra-wide angle camera makes it is  less versatile than some of the competition. Low light camera performance was a average though a Night mode helped improve in the output.

Motorola Edge 20 Fusion

The Motorola Edge 20 Fusion sports a 6.7-inch O L E D display with a 90 Hz refresh rate and a centered camera hole punch. It has a side-mounted fingerprint in a scanner,a dedicated Google Assistant button and is a IP 52 rated. You get a triple camera module at the back which are protrudes in a  significantly.

Powering in the Motorola Edge 20 Fusion is the Media Tet Density 800 U processor and it is a paired with a either 6 GB or 8 GB of the  RAM. Both a variants get a 128 GB of the  storage. Motorola ships in the Edge 20 Fusion with a Android 11 and it is a lightly skinned My U X interface on top. The U I feels like a stock Android and is further customization.

The Motorola Edge 20 Fusion sports in  a triple camera setup consisting of a 108-megapixel primary in a camera, an a 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 2-megapixel in a depth sensor. For a selfies, in this phone has a 32-megapixel front in a camera. Camera performance on the Mott Edge 20 Fusion was a good for a daylight and closeups. Low light camera performance appeared smoothness. The Edge 20 Fusion offer a clean Stock Android and will be appeal to the purists on a budget.

Infix Note 10 Pro

The Infix Note 10 Pro boasts of a massive 6.95-inch 90 Hz display and stereo speakers, and that helps it stand out from the competition. The big display makes in the phone physically larger than some of it is a competitors. Infix has picked the Media Tet Helios G 95 processor which is a capable Soc focused for a gaming on the device. It is only offered in a 8 GB RAM and 256 GB storage option which makes it a capable device for a gaming.

 The Note 10 Pro runs X O S 7.6 on top of  the Android 11 and comes with a fair amount of the apps preinstalled. Infix has also added features on top one of which also allows you to play a video in the background. The Note 10 Pro sports a quad-camera setup consisting of a 64-megapixel primary in a camera, an a 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera, a 2-megapixel macro camera and a 2-megapixel black and white camera. Daylight camera performance was a decent but low light performance was a strictly average. Infix Note 10 Pro packs in a 5,000 meh battery that are delivers decent battery life and quick charging thanks to the bundled 33 W charger.


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