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5 Best Mobile Phones Under Rs 15,000 in India (December 2022)

Best Mobile Phones Under Rs 15000
Mobile Phones Under Rs 15000

If your budget is Rs 15,000 and you want to buy a new smartphone then you have tons of options as mobile brands are launching new smartphones every month.

Now, you can’t just check out all the smartphones as it will take hall a lot of time, so to save your time, here I present to you, some of the best smartphones under Rs 15,0000 in India

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Motorola G52

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Specifications6.60-inches FHD+ pOLED Display
90Hz Refresh Rate
Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 SoC
Android 12
50MP + 8MP + 2MP Rear Camera
16MP Front Camera
5,000mAh battery (33W)

If you’re that person who doesn’t play heavy games like COD Mobile or even BGMI then you should consider the Motorola G52, it doesn’t have a powerful processor but it will handle all the tasks without any problems.

So for the use of Social Media, a little bit of gaming, and media consideration, this is the best smartphone you can consider for under Rs 15000.

We have seen Snapdragon 680 processor in the recently launched Redmi Note 11 and even in RealMe 9 4G (review) and the same has been added to Motorola G52 too. Again, as I have said, the processor is not built for heavy gaming, it’s a good processor for day-to-day use and casual gaming.

Considering the price and its specification, if you’re okay with a 4G smartphone and you don’t play heavy games all day long then there is no better option than the Moto G52 but if you want a 5G smartphone then you can still consider the Moto G51 5G.

Redmi Note 11

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Specifications6.43-inches FHD+ AMOLED Display
90Hz Refresh Rate
Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 SoC
Android 12 – MIUI 13
50MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP Rear Camera
13MP Front Camera
5,000mAh battery (33W)

Of course, Xiaomi has made some compromises, the processor is not that powerful, so if you wanted to buy a smartphone for gaming then you should skip the Redmi Note 11 and take look at RealMe Narzo 50.

Redmi has also used the Snapdragon 680 Processor, the one used by Motorola G52. The Redmi Note 11 is available at Rs 13,499 while the Moto G52 is priced at Rs 14,499.

The difference is, that MIUI has ads and that’s where Redmi will earn money while Motorola offers clean UI, so they can’t earn a single rupee after you buy their smartphone.

Overall, if you want more customization then Redmi Note 11 is a good option and if you want a smooth experience then Moto G52 is a better option.

RealMe Narzo 50

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Specifications6.60-inches FHD+ AMOLED Display
120Hz Refresh Rate
Mediatek Helio G96 SoC
Android 12 – RealMe UI 2.0
50MP + 2MP + 2MP Rear Camera
16MP Front Camera
5,000mAh battery (33W)

If you want a good gaming smartphone then as of now, there is no better option than RealMe Narzo 50 because it’s powered by MediaTek Helio G96.

Now, keep in mind, that RealMe Narzo 50 doesn’t have 5G support, for 5G, you will have to go above Rs 15000.

The cameras are not that great, they’re useable but don’t expect the cameras to great. Also, it has a 6.60-inches 120Hz LED display, so for AMOLED, you have to consider either Moto G52 or Redmi Note 11.

Considering the price, if you wanted a gaming smartphone and you don’t care much about the cameras and you’re okay with LED panels then yes, the RealMe Narzo 50 is a better option to consider.

iQOO Z6 Lite 5G

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Specifications6.58-inches FHD+ LCD Display
120Hz Refresh Rate
Snapdragon 4 Gen 1 SoC
Fun Touch OS
50MP + 2MP Rear Camera
8MP Front Camera
5,000mAh battery (18W)

Think of it as an affordable 5G smartphone, other than that, it’s an average smartphone. Fun Fact, it only has n77 and n78 5G bands which is sufficient enough to use 5G connectivity in metro cities.

The Snapdragon 4 Gen 1 has a 15% faster CPU and 10% better GPU compared to Snapdragon 480+. It’s also made on 6nm architecture which means, this is a power-efficient processor.

For day-to-day usage, you won’t face any kind of problem but don’t buy for gaming only.

The cameras are the worst part, don’t expect much from them. Still, if you’re curious then do read my in-depth review of iQOO Z6 Lite.

Concluding everything from price to specs, the iQOO Z6 Lite 5G is a good option for those who are looking for a budget 5G smartphone and don’t care much about cameras and build quality.

Redmi 10 Prime

Redmi 10 Prime Review
Specifications6.50-inches FHD+ LCD Display
90Hz Refresh Rate
Mediatek Helio G96 SoC
Android 12 – MIUI 13
50MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP Rear Camera
8MP Front Camera
6,000mAh battery (18W)

The Redmi 10 Prime comes with a 6.50-inches 90Hz LCD panel, powered by MediaTek helio G88 SoC, and has a massive 6,000 mAh battery that supports 18W charging.

The device has Stereo Speakers, a secondary noise-cancellation microphone, an IR blaster, and a 3.5mm Audio jack. Also, it has carrier aggregation support.

Redmi has compromised in the performance other than that, everything on Redmi 10 Prime is kind of okay.

In short, this is one of the best options to consider under Rs 12000 for normal users, don’t buy for gaming or even if you wanted a 5G smartphone.


I feel, these days, we don’t have the best budget 5G smartphones under Rs 15000 in India, so it’s better to consider the best 4G smartphone.

Now, looking at everything from specs to price, the RealMe Narzo 50 is a good option for gaming only but if you’re a casual user then I feel, it’s better to go with Motorola G52 for a better Android experience.

Or if you’re okay with MIUI then you can get all the features from Moto G52 on Redmi Note 11 at Rs 13,499.

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