best mobiles under 8000

With the onset of the modern generation of smartphones, mobile phones are more than just devices that you use to call people, send and receive messages. It is an extension of you. It fulfills most of your demands and helps you stay not only in touch with your friends and family, but also your innermost secrets. In case you are looking for a mobile phone companion under the price tag of Rs 8000, these are the best ones available in the market:

Samsung Galaxy On5 Pro

samsung galaxy on 5 pro

This is one of the best budget phones in the segment and fits right into the price you are willing to pay for your next phone. It is a sturdy looking phone with a neat built. It is powered by a 1.3 GHz processor and 2 GB RAM which help run its Marshmallow smoothly. With the confidence of Samsung packed with an excellent configuration, this phone is bang for every buck you spend.

Pros:

It is dual stand-by dual 4G phone. It has an 8 MP camera and a 5 MP secondary camera which perform decently well. With a removable Li-Ion battery, it is a steal.

Cons:

If loaded with apps, it starts to lag. The charge time is high and the charger chord is short. Also, the phone is filled with bloatware and hence the storage memory available to the user is somewhat low.

Coolpad Mega 2.5D

Coolpad Mega 2.5D

If you are looking for decent performance at a decent price, Coolpad Mega 2.5D is the best one you can get. It has a 1 GHz quad core processor which is supported by a 3 GB RAM to power a 5.5-inch IPC capacitive touchscreen. It has a decent resolution of 1280×720 pixels with a fairly good screen quality given the price of the phone.

Pros:

It is a total value for money product. It has a rich look and feel and is backed up by sturdy hardware. The display is amazing considering the price you pay and we are not even complaining about the camera.

Cons:

Although it says 3 GB RAM, most of it eaten up by bloatware which eventually makes the phone act weird while using. Also, issues with charging have also been reported by many users.

Lyf Water F1

Lyf was introduced to the market with the incoming of the popular 4G band. These phones, initially, failed to impress the people but as they were promoted by the company and bought by the people, they did not fail to capture a sound market. The Water F1S is equipped with a Octa core processor and has exceptional multi-tasking capabilities. A 3 GB RAM makes the functioning even smoother.

Pros:

The UI is smooth and easy to use. It has a full HD 5.2 inches screen which has a crisp picture and rich colors.

Cons:

The after sales service can be a pain as they do not have dedicated service centers. Also, the phone is filled with pre-installed apps that you cannot remove.

Lenovo A6600 Plus

lenovo a6000 plus

This phone can be called as the best 4G experience under 8000. It has a wonderful design with smooth curves. It has Android 6.0 right from the beginning (no need to update). The touch and experience is smooth and best of all, it comes with the stock Google Android UI, which means it can be used as the way you want.

Pros:

It has a dual 4G LTE Support. It’s 5-inch screen is HD and has a 64 bit quad core processor running behind it. The 8MP rear camera and the 4MP front camera click exceptional photos and the removable battery adds to the positives of owning this phone.

Cons:

Although it has some great features, it heats up quickly when on charging or when used excessively. The build quality of the back is cheap. Also, the battery barely makes it through the day and requires charging during the middle of the day.

Micromax Canvas Nitro A311

Coming from the brand that has developed an image of producing the best budget phones, Canvas Nitro is a true portrait of the same image. One look at the phone and you know it’s a budget one but do not underestimate the power it packs. It comes with a 1.4 GHz processor and 2 GBs of RAM which support internal memory of 16 GB, expandable up to 32 GB through external memory cards.

Pros:

It has a 13 MP and 5 MP primary and secondary camera respectively which work unexpectedly well. The phone is so light that you cannot even feel it in the pocket. The after sales service are nice as well.

Cons:

The build quality is somewhat cheap and not up to the mark. If a lot of apps are opened, the phone freezes, maybe because of the old processor it has.

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