Are you looking for cheap low budget android phones to buy? To help you make an informed decision, we have compiled a list of 10 Android phones which cost less than Rs. 5,000 with features of a costly phone.
In choosing this list we have considered the price range, the specifications, the brand value and after sales service of the products.
Top 10 Budget Android Phones in India within 5000 INR
BSNL- Champion My Phone 35
BSNL Champion My Phone 35 is not very famous but is one of the first few BSNL branded phones running on Android KitKat. Some of the special features include
- Android 4.4 Kitkat
- 3.5″ Touch Screen
- 3G, dual SIM , Wifi
- Dual Camera 3MP + 2MP
Current Price – Rs. 2,495
Intex Aqua R3
The Aqua V4 from Intex might not be the best and the cheapest Android KitKat phone, but it definitely worth its price tag. It runs on a 1 GHz single-core chipset and has 256 MB of RAM to run its Android KitKat 4.4.2 OS. The only thing that might discourage some from buying this phones is its low 1400 mAh battery.
Current Price – Rs 2499
Lava Iris Atom
Lava Iris Atom also runs on a dual-core quad-core processor with Android Lollipop v5.1 on top. The main USP of this phone is its 8GB ROM and runs on 512 MB of RAM. Some of the features include
- Android v5.1 (Lollipop)
- 4.00 inch 480×800 px
- Quad Core 1300 MHz
- 5.00 MP Primary Camera
Current Price: Rs. 3099
InFocus is a relative newcomer in India, but the company has grown manifold. The InFocus M260 is the device which started the company’s journey earlier this year, and it remains a good buy. At Rs. 4039, it is a good buy. It is also one of the few phones in the category to boast of a 720p HD display. Alongside, the phone supports 4G connectivity.
Current Price – Rs. 4039
Spice Smart Flo Mi-348E
Smart Flo Mi-348E is another phone in this list having its specifications similar to the rest of the devices. The difference lies in its looks. It looks great and far better than the cheap plastic build handsets from various popular manufacturers.
Current Price: Rs. 2780
The prices mentioned were at the time of writing of this post. Some of the phones might be out of stock as these were launched few months back. This should be a helpful guide about what to expect at what price points and nothing beyond.