Best Mobile Phones under 15000 in India
Below is the Best Mobile Phones under 15000 in India
Tecno Spark 7T has been launched in Tecno?s Spark lineup. The Tecno Spark 7T packs a 6.5- inch Full HD+ IPS display with 720 x 1600 resolution, 269ppi, 60Hz refresh rate, and 20:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood, the device packs a MediaTek Helio G35 SoC paired with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage that assures a smooth performance. The handset has a dual-camera setup at the rear to take stunning pictures and a primary front camera with a screen flash for great selfies. The 6000mAh battery will get you a battery life of a full day with moderate usage easily.
Spec-wise the Samsung Galaxy A03s is a mediocre smartphone that is powered by a MediaTek Helio G35 SoC paired with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage which can be extended further using an SD Card. Other highlighted features of the phone include a not so extraordinary 6.5-inch 1600x720p TFT LCD panel with a teardrop notch at the top of the screen and a big 5,000mAh battery. As for its camera, the device comes with a triple camera setup which includes a 13MP primary sensor paired with two secondary cameras on its back. On the other hand, there's a 5MP selfie camera on the front of the device which makes it more than sufficient for average looking photos. Meanwhile, in terms of its software, the Samsung Galaxy A03s delivers an above-average experience in the form of OneUI Core based on Android 11 which promises a few years of security updates.
The Vivo Y12G launched on August 2021 in India, features a 6.5-inch HD+ 720x1600p IPS LCD display, so that you can enjoy experiences while watching movies, videos, and playing games. The handset also allows you to capture sharp and clear photos, as it comes with a 13 MP primary camera, along with a 2 MP macro sensor camera. Additionally, Vivo Y12G comes with a 5000 mAh battery that can easily last a full day on a single full charge. Overall it's a decent smartphone with decent specifications including a 12nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 octa-core processor, an HD+ display, 3GB + 32GB storage, a 5,000mAh battery and dual cameras.
Like every other smartphone in Motorola's budget-grade Moto E series the Moto E40 is a budget-level smartphone that is powered by a mediocre Unisoc T700 SoC paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage which can be extended up to 1TB using an SD Card. Other highlighted features of the phone also include a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD IPS display panel that supports a refresh rate as high as 90Hz. As for its camera, the device comes with a 48MP primary camera on the rear paired with an 8MP selfie camera. All powered by a big 5,000mAh battery. While in terms of the software, the Moto E40 delivers a near-stock Android software experience with promise for one year of major software updates along with three years of security updates.
Realme has been known to offer great budget oriented smartphones as we have seen with the Realme Narzo series of smartphones. The Realme C25Y is also one such device which provides considerable specifications at an affordable price. The Realme C25Y packs a sub-par 60Hz 6.5-inch IPS LCD panel powered by a 6000mAh battery. Meanwhile, the smartphone packs a Unisoc T610 chipset paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. In terms of optics, the smartphone rocks a triple rear camera setup consisting of a 13MP primary shooter, a 2MP secondary shooter, and a 2MP tertiary shooter. Meanwhile the front of the device features an 8MP selfie camera.
Nokia C30 is a massive phone both in terms of display and battery. The device sports a 6.8 inches Full HD+ LCD panel with a screen resolution of 720x1600 pixels. It has a water-drop notch on the top housing the 5MP selfie camera. On the rear, the Nokia C30 has a dual-camera setup with a 13MP primary camera paired with a 2MP depth sensor which helps to click portrait images. This package is powered by a massive 6,000mAh battery. Nokia claims the battery to last 3 days. The CPU of the device is an Octa-core Unisoc SC9863A SoC clocked at 1.6GHz (4A55 at 1.6GHz + 4A55 at 1.2GHz). It has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Users can also expand storage 256GB with a microSD card. The device runs on Stock Android 11 (Go Edition) and Nokia promises 2 years of security updates. Overall, the device is a good media consumption device and a daily driver for normal day to day tasks like surfing the web, social media, calls, etc.
The design of the Redmi Note 11S is a bit too bland for my liking. The blue and polar white trims look a bit better in photos, but the black unit that I have is just plain boring. The plastic frame and back panel are well built and the phone is quite comfortable to hold. It's not too heavy at 179g or thick either. The main camera sticks out further than the rest of the camera module, which makes the Redmi Note 11S unsteady if you're trying to use it on a flat surface. The Redmi Note 11S supports two Nano-SIM cards and a microSD card, all in the same tray. The dedicated storage expansion slot is handy since the Redmi Note 11S has a maximum of 64GB of built-in storage. The phone also has dual speakers, a Type-C port, an IR emitter, and a headphone jack. It even has an IP53 rating for water and dust resistance, which is not common in this price segment. The box includes a 33W fast charging adapter, USB Type-C cable, SIM eject tool and a case. The Redmi Note 11S offers enough grunt to handle basic apps and games well. Certain apps in MIUI 13, such as GetApps, can be spammy. There's a capacitive fingerprint sensor in the power button, which worked well in my experience. Thanks to the AMOLED panel, you can take advantage of a sort of always-on display feature. This could have been more useful, but it only stays active for 10 seconds at a time ? so it isn't actually ?always on'.