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Top 10 value for money smartphones of 2015: Moto G Turbo, Redmi 2 Prime to Xiaomi Mi4i and more

Tue January 05 2016, 4:52 pm
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    Top 10 value for money smartphones of 2015: From Moto G Turbo, Meizu M5, OnePlus X, Redmi 2 Prime to Xiaomi Mi4i, here are some smartphones that deserve a second look from users.

    1. Moto G Turbo: The revamped version of the Moto G3, this one is water and dust resistant with faster charging capabilities. It’s also got a faster Snapdragon 615 processor and in terms of performance won’t give you any trouble. When it comes to budget phones under Rs 15,000 price mark, the Moto G Turbo still sets the standard on what a device should offer. (Source: Moto Turbo)

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    2. Meizu M5: Meizu’s entry into India might not have made as much news as some of the other Chinese players, but it is hard to overlook the fact that this company has some truly good phones to offer. The M5 for instance, is one of the best performing Android phones you can buy, and is a delight for gamers and those who like to push their devices in every possible way. (Source: Meizu)

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    3. OnePlus X: The OnePlus X comes across as a good mid-range phone with a design and build quality rarely seen in this price point. The phone does not really offer anything unprecedented, but ticks all the boxes and thus makes it to this list. (Source: OnePlus X)

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    4. Lenovo K3 Note: A huge 5.5-inch full HD display, enough processing power to play Asphalt 8: Airborne, great camera makes Lenovo K3 Note perfect for most uses. Lenovo’s forked Android is pretty good too with far less bloatware. (Source: Lenovo)

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    5. Micromax Canvas Xpress 4G: Micromax comes back with a strong 4G-ready budget device with this one. The camera is decent, and phone performs well from a gaming perspective, a big plus in the budget segment. (Source: Micromax)

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    6. Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime: Xiaomi’s first made in India smartphone has enough prowess to rule the low-cost smartphone market and it surely does. The Redmi 2 Prime is exactly same when compared to the Redmi 2, except that it comes with twice the RAM and storage space. It definitely has to be among the top contenders in the entry level. (Source: Mi)

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    7. YU phones: Micromax’s Rahul Sharma launched a new brand last year called YU Televentures and it has managed to carve out a niche for itself. Budget phones like Yuphoria, Yunique impressed users and YU became the highest online-selling brand for 2015, beating even Xiaomi. Yu recently stepped into the flagship category with its Yutopia smartphone, and also launched a slew of services called Around YU for its phones. There’s no doubt that in 2016, we’ll be hearing a lot more from YU. (Source: Yu)

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    8. InFocus: US based InFocus Mobiles has been pushing very hard in the Indian market by offering a slew of smartphones in the mid-budget range from M810, M812, M530. The highlight of the InFocus phones has been the camera, 4G capabilities and stylish design for some of the newer models. In a highly competitive market like India, InFocus has managed to make itself heard with constant releases. (Source: InFocus)

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    9. Vivo: In 2015, Vivo has been about smartphones with great build quality and fine camera, but the devices have been priced extremely high. Now that Vivo has its own manufacturing plant in Greater Noida, it could bring the cost down and offer even more to users. Vivo also plans to bring some Indian content to its Android UI, which could be a great value addition for many users. With a strong foothold in South India already, 2016 could be the year when more Indians choose Vivo as their primary smartphone. (Source: Vivo)

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    10. Xiaomi Mi4i: With the India exclusive Mi 4i, Xiaomi took the budget smartphone market competition to the next level. This year, the Mi 4i easily managed to place itself in the minds of buyers. Overall, it is well-armed to cater to the daily needs of most users and offers great value for money. (Source: Xiaomi)

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