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Best Mobiles Under Rs. 20,000 in India

The smartphones under Rs. 20,000 price is highly competitive , a price range where new smartphones hits market frequently. We've picked some best smartphones for you that are totally relevant to your need. All of these picked smartphones are selected on the basis of reviews from different tech reviewers of our team. So without further delaying here are your choices if you are in the market for the best mobile under Rs. 20,000 in no particular order.



Lenovo Z2 Plus:-


The Lenovo Z2 Plus makes it to our list thanks to a comfortable-to-hold 5-inch display, good build quality on the outside, and top-of-the-line hardware within. It's one of the first phones with the newest Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip, and a price tag of under Rs. 20,000. Coupled with 3GB RAM and 32GB of storage, the Z2 Plus - as noted in our review - delivers excellent performance. It also manages to pack a large 3500mAh battery in its petite body, and lasts over a day with ordinary use.

The Lenovo Z2 Plus has an interesting fingerprint scanner that doubles up with customisable quick actions - like a long touch on it to pull down the notification shade, for example. The camera is the achilles heel for this phone, so if you're obsessed with great picture quality, then the Lenovo Z2 Plus probably isn't for you.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime:- 


The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime is the Korean giant's answer to the ongoing trend of premium mid-range phones. The internals are clad in a premium-looking metal body, making it appear more expensive than what it is. The 5.5-inch LCD display is quite bright and vivid, the Exynos processor coupled with 3GB of RAM resulted in no complaints in performance, and the 3300mAh battery lasted well over a day with moderate use.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime's built-in 'S Power Planning' mode offers interesting features like a Reserve Mode for calls and texts which kicks in automatically after a certain threshold. The camera is satisfactory and the only real gripe with the J7 Prime was the fingerprint scanner, which sometimes didn't recognise fingerprints fast enough.

 LeEco Le Max 2:- 

The LeEco Le Max 2 used to cost over Rs. 20,000 at launch, but with time the price has trickled down and has reached a point where it garners a recommendation. It's an attractive looking phone with good build quality and snappy performance thanks to the Snapdragon 820 chip and 4GB of RAM. It's the only phone on the list to feature a large 5.7-inch Quad HD display.

The 21-megapixel camera also features OIS and takes good shots in most conditions. The only real complaint with the phone was the lack of refinement in software it runs.

Gionee S6s:- 


The Gionee S6s is a reasonable choice in the Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 20,000 price segment. Its unibody design feels sturdy and nice to hold. The full-HD IPS display is sharp and bright with good sunlight legibility. The Amigo 3.2 UI based on top of Android 6.0 offers some interesting tricks - like an iOS-style Control Center. Performance is acceptable, the rear camera clicks images in fair quality, and the front camera is paired with a 'selfie flash'. The 3150mAh battery kept the phone running well over a day.


 The Asus ZenFone 3 Laser is a decent pick because of its camera, as well as display. However, performance and battery life are hampered by too much bloatware, and it's not the best bang for your buck at this price. The Vivo V3Max is another alternative - it has good performance and battery life, and it has got a price cut since we reviewed, which means it's now available under Rs. 20,000 and represents better value for money now.

The Oppo F1s is another phone that can be a decent option now that it's available below the launch price.
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