Mobile Phones Under Rs 8000
Mobile Phones Under Rs 8000

Not everyone wants to spend 20k or 50k on smartphones, there are lots of people who just want a smartphone for calling or buying a new smartphone for the first time. So if you’re one of them or just want gift smartphone then it’s better to buy a budget smartphone.

In short, start with a budget smartphone and then move to premium. Still, if you want to buy 10k or 20k or 30k smartphone then just go for it but if you want best affordable smartphone under Rs 8,000 then you’re in the right place, so let’s see some of the best ones for you…

POCO C3

POCO C3 Price in India

POCO has a smartphone for all price range, whether your budget is 15k, 20k or even 10k. The POCO C3 is the best smartphone they have ever produced at the affordable price range. The phone is powered by MediaTek Helio G35 SoC and it’s running on MIUI 12-based on Android but the phones don’t have ads in the UI like Redmi Phones.

It also has a decent camera setup, so don’t expect too much from the camera department and also at Rs 6,999, this is the best you got. The POCO C3 has massive 5,000 mAh battery with 10W charging support and it has a USB port for charging.

Overall, if you want a stable smartphone with no lags then POCO C3 is the best smartphone you can buy under Rs 8,000 in India. It has all the elements that users are looking for in an affordable mobile phone.

Display6.43 inches HD+ LCD Display
Ram3GB | 4GB
Storage32GB | 64GB
Cameras13MP + 2MP + 2MP Rear | 5MP Front
OSAndroid 10 based on MIUI 12
ProcessorMediaTek Helio G35 (12 nm)
Battery5,000 mAh (non-removable)

Micromax IN 1B

Micromax IN 1B Price in India

I was so excited about Micromax comeback but they blew up. The Micromax IN 1B (review) has the best specification at 6k price range, the phone has a type-C port, 5,000 mAh battery, stock UI with on Ads great processor but when it’s come user experience, the didn’t have the time to optimize the UI.

The phone does have Stock UI but it feels un-polish, Micromax needs to work on software and once they do that this phone will be best smartphone at 7k price tag. Just because of un-polished UI, the cameras are also not that great, the phone does have good sensor but it’s not optimized and that’s the reason, the images are not as good as the sensors.

Overall, if you want Type-C port, good performance, huge battery and Indian branded phone then Micromax IN 1b is worth to look at.

Display6.50-inch HD+ LCD display
Ram2GB | 4GB
Storage32GB | 64GB
Cameras13MP + 2MP Rear | 8MP Front
OSAndroid 10 with Micromax added features
ProcessorMediaTek Helio G35 SoC
Battery5,000 mAh (non-removable)

RealMe C11

RealMe C11 is powered by MediaTek Helio G35 SoC and it’s running on RealMe UI 2.0 based on Android 10. The phone does have ads in the UI but that you disable from the setting which is good but still, there will be ads here and there.

The phone comes with 13MP + 2MP rear camera setup while there is 5MP front camera setup and both the cameras can shoot videos in 1080p@30fps. Now, this is a 7k smartphone that means, don’t expect the camera to be superb but what you’re getting at 7k is worth it.

The RealMe C11 is only available in 2GB Ram + 32GB storage which is not acceptable. There are tons of other phone offers 3GB or even 4GB Ram at Rs 7,999 and here, we have RealMe C11 who only has 2GB Ram option.

Overall, RealMe C11 is not worth to look at bu t still, if you want new design and polish UI the RealMe C11 is worth to look at.

Display6.50-inch HD+ LCD display
Ram2GB
Storage32GB
Cameras13MP + 2MP | 5MP Front
OSRealMe UI 2.0-based on Android 10
ProcessorMediaTek Helio G35 SoC
Battery5,000 mAh (non-removable)

Redmi 9A & 9i

Xiaomi rules the budget segment in India, they have a smartphone for all the prices but this year, at the affordable price range, they haven’t launched a good smartphone. The Redmi 9A is powered by MediaTek Helio G25 Processor which is not worth to look at Rs 6,999.

The Redmi 9A price starts from Rs 6,999 for 2GB Ram + 32GB storage while 3GB Ram + 32GB storage is priced at Rs 7,499. You choose which one to get at what price. Redmi also has Redmi 9i but this one is priced at Rs 8,299 and this too has the same specs as Redmi 9A but it comes with 4GB Ram + 64GB storage, everything else is the same as Redmi 9A.

It’s a bit confusing which smartphone to get under Redmi 9 series as there are many options available. In short, if you want more Ram & Storage then Redmi 9i is the phone for you but if can live with 3GB Ram and 32GB storage then Redmi 9A is the best option.

Overall, Redmi 9i or even Redmi 9A is not worth buying because the phone has MediaTek Helio G35 Processor which is not acceptable at 7k price tag, there are tons of phone available with MediaTek Helio G35 at the same price with more Ram and Storage.

Redmi 9ARedmi 9i
Display6.53-inch HD+ LCD display6.53-inch HD+ LCD display
Ram2GB | 3GB4GB
Storage32GB64GB | 128GB
Cameras13MP | 5MP Front13MP | 5MP Front
OSMIUI 12-based on Android 10MIUI 12-based on Android 10
ProcessorMediaTek Helio G25 SoCMediaTek Helio G25 SoC
Battery5,000 mAh (non-removable)5,000 mAh (non-removable)

Conclusion

All all of above smartphone, POCO C3 and Micromax IN 1b is best phone you can buy. Both of the has good specs, so you can choose which ever you like the most.

Now, if I have to choose one smartphone then I would go with POCO C3 because Micromax IN 1b has some software issue which can be fixed by OTA update but I don’t buy smartphone on future promises. I pick is POCO C3

Top Best Mobiles Phones Under Rs 8,000 in India

Mobiles Under Rs 8,000PriceCountry
POCO C3Rs 6,999China
Micromax IN 1BRs 6,999India
RealMe C11Rs 7,499China
Redmi 9ARs 6,999China
Redmi 9iRs 8,299China

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