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Top 5 Android Smartphones below Rs. 15,000 – June 2015, With Comparison Table

Wanna buy an android smartphone and if you have a budget of Rs. 15,000 then you will get the best smartphone for yourself. With 4G officially getting launched in few months from now, not many high end smartphones support 4G VoLTE / WiFi calling features which doesn’t make your investment in smartphones a future-ready. So, its recommended to spend less and make the most of your hard earned money. No doubt, the costly flagship smartphones are always good but when it comes to value for money these costly flagship smartphones just lose out to the specs of budget android smartphones which are costing less than 15,000 INR.

Top 5 Android Phones below Rs.15000

Disclaimer: All the smartphones mentioned below are the Top smartphones which are recommeneded based on our internal review assessments by keeping brand, after sales service, specs and performance in consideration.

1). Asus Zenfone 2: (Rs. 12,999)
ASUS ZENFONE 2

Asus Zenfone 1st generation was one of the successful smartphones and now the 2nd generation variant is available which comes with even better specs. With great performance and with the powerful specs, this device is a must have smartphone if you are looking to buy a device below Rs. 15K budget. We have also mentioned the specs and features of this smartphone.

Screen – 5.5” Display with Corning Glass 3, 403PPI, 1920 x 1080p Resolution,
RAM – 2GB,
Processor – 64-bit 1.8GHz Intel Atom Z3560 Processor,
OS – Lollipop 5.0,
Sim – Dual Sim (LTE + GSM),
Camera – Front: 5MP, Rear: 13MP with Dual LED Flash,
Battery – Non Removable 3000Mah Li-Po Battery,
Memory – 16 GB,
Connectivity Options – 3G, 4G, Bluetooth, WIFI, NFC, GPS

2). XiaoMi Mi 4i: (Rs. 12,999)
XiaoMi Mi 4i

Whichever may be the budget, there has to be a device from XiaoMi. Mi 4i is the latest android smartphone which comes with the great specs along with the promise of performance. While for the price which this device comes with, this one provides a complete value for money satisfaction. With unibody design and polycarbonate body, this is not just durable but also gives you a premium feel. So let’s quickly run you through the list of specs and features of this device.

Screen – 5” Sharp/JDI IPS LCD Capacitive Display, 441PPI, 1920 x 1080p Resolution,
RAM – 2GB,
Processor – 64-bit 1.7GHz Octa Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 615,
OS – MIUI based Lollipop 5.0.2,
Sim – Dual Sim (LTE + LTE) with Dual Stand-by,
Camera – Front: 5MP, Rear: 13MP with Dual LED Flash,
Memory – 16GB internal (no external sd card slot),
Battery – Non Removable 3120Mah Li-Ion Battery,
Connectivity Options
– 3G, 4G, Bluetooth, WIFI, GPS, FM Radio, NFC
Do check out the detailed Hands-On Review of XiaoMi Mi 4i

3). Samsung Grand MAX: (Rs. 12,999)
The-Samsung-Galaxy-Grand-Max

Brand’s trust is the only thing left in consumer’s mind when it comes to Samsung. For any product, consumers only looks out for 2 things which are product specs (includes performance etc.) and brand (includes after sales service). For Samsung, it has always remained difficult to match the specs offered by companies like XiaoMi, Asus, Micromax, Lenovo etc. Samsung Grand MAX is the latest mid-range budget android device which offers competitive specs, let’s check out on what are the specs offered in detail.

Screen – 5.25” IPS LCD Capacitive Display, 282PPI, 720 x 1280p Resolution,
RAM – 1.5GB,
Processor – 1.2GHz Quad Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410,
OS – KitKat 4.4.4 Android OS,
Sim – Dual Sim (LTE+ GSM),
Camera – Front: 5MP, Rear: 13MP with LED Flash,
Memory – 16GB internal (external sd card slot upto 64GB),
Battery – Removable 2500Mah Li-Ion Battery,
Connectivity Options – 3G, 4G, Bluetooth, WIFI, GPS
This device is only recommended for the users who wanted a good brand smartphone which is still trusted by users for after sales service. Though this one loses on the specs battle when compared with others, the overall performance is nearly comparable and is optimized to match even with the phones which are having higher specs.

4). Lenovo K3 Note: (Rs. 9,999)
Lenovo K3 Note

Lenovo K3 Note is the latest android smartphone which was just announced couple of days back which comes with the impressive specs and looks too. With features like Dolby Atmos Digital for 3D sound and with 64-bit processor, you are no longer buying an outdated device. Let’s glance through the detailed list of specs and features below. For the price tag, this is definitely one of the best buy options for sub Rs. 10,000 phone.

Screen – 5.5” IPS OGS Display, 401PPI, 1920 x 1080p Resolution,
RAM – 2GB,
Processor – 1.7GHz Octa Core Mediatek MT6752,
OS – Lollipop 5.0 OS,
Sim – Dual Sim (LTE+ LTE),
Camera – Front: 5MP, Rear: 13MP with Dual LED Flash,
Memory – 16GB internal (external sd card slot upto 32GB),
Battery – Removable 3000Mah Li-Ion Battery,
Connectivity Options – 3G, 4G, Bluetooth, WIFI, GPS, FM Radio

Do check out the detailed Hands-On Review of Lenovo K3 Note

5). HTC Desire 626G Plus
HTC-Desire-626G-Plus

When it comes to the smartphones, HTC has always remained silent when it comes to the phone launches. With not much fanfare, HTC announced the launch of new Desire 626G Android device which comes with the powerful specs at a slightly higher price tag. So, let’s check out in detail on what are the specs and features of this new device. This device comes with 3G capability and not with the 4G capability.

Screen – 5” IPS OGS Display, 401PPI, 720 x 1280p Resolution,
RAM – 1GB,
Processor – 8GB ,
OS – Lollipop 5.0 OS,
Sim – Dual Nano Sim (3G + GSM) with Dual Stand-by,
Camera – Front: 5MP, Rear: 13MP with LED Flash,
Memory –8GB internal (external sd card slot upto 32GB),
Battery – 2000Mah Li-Ion Battery,
Connectivity Options – 3G, Bluetooth, WIFI, GPS, FM Radio

Comparison of Top 5 Smartphones below Rs. 15,000:
Comparison of Top 5 Android Phones

So there you go, you now have to choose the best smartphone depending on your requirements. Unfortunately, there is nothing like One size fits all as for few brand may be important while for few of them after sales or specs. Do let us know in the comments section if you need any guidance on which device you need to choose from.

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