Best Phones Under Rs. 10000 In 2016, that’s what we are going to talk about in this article. I have been piling up articles for quite a long time and finally I will start to work on them. The fact is that no one nowadays wants to invest too much money in a smartphone because technology changes every other day, today I would list you the best phones which you can buy under Rs. 10000 in 2016.
Best Phones Under Rs. 10000 In 2016
1. Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus
Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus smartphone was launched in February 2016. The phone comes with a 5.00-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 1920 pixels at a PPI of 441 pixels per inch. With powerful octa-core processing, enhanced Dolby audio, and two hi-res cameras, the stylish 5″ Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus will rock your world – but not break the bank. It comes with a Full HD display and a dual SIM option. Available in three subtle colors.
2. Le 1s Eco
Now, you can ensure that no one else can open your smartphone other than you. The Le 1s Eco features a durable fingerprint scanner which accurately recognizes fingerprints. You can use the fingerprint scanner to click pictures too. Stream your favourite YouTube videos, play online games, take detailed photos and do much more with the Le 1s Eco.
3. Coolpad Note 3 Lite
Access the various applications with a touch of your finger. Note3 Lite offers the API for fingerprint payment. Take all the pictures you want with your Note 3 Lite 13 MP rear camera with rich details, bright colours & smart flash. Besides, it also has Pro mode, Beautification, HDR, Fast Capture and 9 Filters to just make it better. 3GB RAM in Note3 Lite provides a smooth operating experience. MT6735 Quad-core processor from Mediatek accompanied with 3GB RAM not only gives you more memory space but also ensures fluent gaming experience. 16GB in-built memory and 32GB expandable memory with eMMc 5.0 provide you a better experience.
4. Xolo Era 4K
Launched in February, the Xolo Era 4K had the best results on our battery test from the phones in this list, and this Dual-SIM phone offers 4G connectivity on both SIM cards. The display is disappointing, and once again, the phone’s camera doesn’t really give good results, so if that’s a priority, then you might want to look at a different option.
5. Xiaomi Redmi Note 3
Another phone that made it to our last roundup of phones under Rs. 10,000, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is probably the best choice on the list though at Rs. 9,999, it’s also one of the most expensive options. The design, display, performance, and battery life were all praised in our review, and although the camera could stand to improve, it’s still one of the higher rated ones at this budget.
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