The smartphone industry has seen rapid growth in India. The maximum action is in the budget smartphone segment. India is a highly price-sensitive market and the brands have understood this. They have come out with excellent offerings to tap the value-conscious Indian smartphone buyers. There is a plethora of choices in the budget smartphone segment. Some of the best smartphones under Rs 15,000 in the Indian market are as follows:
Realme has emerged as a worthy competitor to Xiaomi in the budget smartphone segment. The brand comes out with new launches rather quickly. The newly launched Realme 6 is an excellent budget smartphone. The phone is made of plastic and glass back. The highlight is the punch hole front camera located on the left. There is a quad rear camera setup that has become the norm in this segment now. The phone feels premium and aesthetically appealing. The faster refresh rate makes browsing on this phone a breeze. It provides you excellent value for money with the build quality and features on offer.
Redmi Note 9 Pro
Redmi has hit the sweet spot in the Indian budget smartphone segment. It continues to charm the market with its value for money offerings. The latest in line of amazing budget smartphones from Redmi is the Redmi Note 9 Pro. The build quality of the phone feels sleek and premium. The large battery can last the most demanding usage for one day with ease. The Redmi Note 9 Pro comes with a powerful processor that makes multitasking fluid and lag-free. The camera quality and optics are good with plenty of modes to choose from. The downside of the phone is that it is bulky and comes with the nagging MIUI advertisements.
Samsung Galaxy M31
Samsung’s M series has reinvented it in the budget segment. The Samsung Galaxy M31 is a sturdy performer with a mammoth 6000mAh battery that can last a day. The battery size is unmatched in the segment and the phone does not feel bulky despite the large battery size. Samsung phones are known for their high-quality display and the M31 with a Super AMOLED display does not disappoint. The phone also supports 15-watt fast charging. The quad-camera setup takes some decent pictures in low light too. The phone though is made from plastic which takes away from the aesthetic appeal, provided the competitors have moved to glass and metal phone bodies.
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