Top 5 smartphones under Rs. 10,000 [March 2012]
So, when affordable phones loaded with features come along, are we going to miss the gravy train? Heck, no. In fact, the lesser the price and more the features, the better the phone is for us. It is affordable phones that will continue to rule the charts until easy-to-pay contracts make an appearance here.
Sony Ericsson W8 – Many of us who love an affordable phone also have a penchant for good music. Well, that is where Sony Ericsson’s W8 comes in. Let’s see what it has on offer.
The Sony Ericsson W8 carries forward the baton from the Sony Walkman series phones. It comes with a 3-inch touchscreen, a 3.15-megapixel camera, a 600 MHz processor, 16 GB MicroSD support and a 1200 MHz battery. If it weren’t for its ages old Éclair OS, this phone would have even made it to the top in our list. It comes loaded with the usual goodies such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Micromax A75 – The Micromax A 75, it seems, has learnt some lessons from its superior superfine sibling and accommodated them in its budget body. Micromax A75 is a dual-SIM touchscreen phone. Unlike the usual 3-inches, it offers a 3.75-inch capacitive touchscreen.
The hardware isn’t far behind whether it is a 3.2-inch touchscreen complete the Android 2.3-Gingerbread, 32 GB MicroSD support, Wi-Fi, 3.15-megapixel camera, Bluetooth or the 1230 mAh Battery. A price tag of Rs. 8799 is like a cherry atop the cake.
Rs. 9000 price tag to sweeten the deal.
How can we miss Nokia when it comes to budget phones? Nokia’s E5 has much to offer with its 2.36-inch inch display, 32 GB MicroSD support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity, Symbian OS and 1200 mAh battery. Nokia has added a 5-megapixel camera and