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Best smartphones to get under Rs 7,000 (Updated)

In this article we will give you a list of the smartphones found in less than Rs 7,000. As always, only those phones have been included in this list which we have tested. If your budget is more than Rs 7,000 then you can also look at the list of best phones up to Rs 8,000, best phones up to Rs 10,000 and the list of best phones up to Rs 15,000.

Realme C2
Reality C1 has been a part of this list for a long time. Now its upgraded Realme C2 has made it to the list of the best smartphones in less than Rs 7,000. Realme C2 is better in terms of design, software and performance than its old variants. The smartphone is beautiful in appearance and the performance is average. During the review, we did not complain about the performance of this phone. However, while slowing down the notification shade the smartphone is slightly slow.

The battery life of this smartphone is breathtaking. The phone lasted 20 hours and 29 minutes in the HD Video Loop Test. Based on Android 9 Pie, ColorOS 6 will be liked by many users. In case of camera, Reality C2 definitely makes some disappointment.

During the review, we can take good pictures of Realme C2 in the light of day. But the lack of detail in the distant object was a clear glimpse. We also found that Realme C2 was not a consistent in terms of exposure.

Realme sells three variants of this phone - 2 GB + 16GB, 2 GB + 32GB and 3 GB + 32GB Only 2 GB RAM variants of this phone are available in less than Rs 7,000.

Asus ZenFone Max M1
Asus Zenfone Max M1 was launched in October last year at Rs 8,999. After the price cut, this phone has become even cheaper. The design of this phone of Asus seems a bit old. Because notch and hole-punch design are trending these days. Due to performance and good battery life, ZenFone Max M1 is a great option in a budget of less than 7,000 rupees.

The smartphone has the old Snapdragon 430 processor. But its effect is not on performance. In the review we found that this phone is well supported. The performance of its camera in low light is disappointing. Asus ZenFone Max M1 takes good pictures in daylight. But it lags completely in low light. .

In the HD Video Loop Test, Asus ZenFone Max M1 handset lasted 11 hours 32 minutes. Asus sells only one variant of this phone in India. It comes with 3GB RAM and 32 GB of storage.

Redmi 6A
Redmi 6A may be nine months old. But this is one of the best handsets of Shyomi in the budget segment. It's beautiful to look. Gives fair performance in its price. In our review the phone had to slow down several times. But the situation is not disappointing. The battery life of Redmi 6A is stagnant and the phone lasted 13 hours and 22 minutes in the HD Video Loop Test.

The cameras are fine too. It captures details and vibrant colors. Like other smartphones in the budget segment, Redmi 6A also lags in low light. Buyers of Redmi 6A may get annoyed with spammy notifications.

Xiaomi sells this phone in two variants of the market - 2 GB + 16GB and 2 GB + 32GB Both variants are available in less than Rs 7,000. It is worth mentioning that Xiaomi has recently introduced the Redmi 7A in India. Its price starts from Rs 5,999. We will review this phone in the coming days. In this case, you will suggest a little waiting.

Infinix Note 5
Infinox Note 5 is a good option in a budget of less than Rs 7,000. Infinix Note 5 is a bit old. But it offers strong contenders in the price segment. The phone was launched at the earliest price of 9,999 rupees last year. But after the price reduction, Infinix Note 5 has a base variant of Rs 6,999. We found in the review that this phone of Infinix gives us a usable performance. Its battery life is also good. Infinix Note 5 battery lasted 9 hours and 40 minutes in the HD Video Loop Test.

The phone's display goes in its favor. It comes with the best display in this price range. This phone is part of the Android One program. That means you will experience Stock Android. The 12-megapixel rear camera gives average performance.

Infinix Note 5 is available in two variants of the market - 3 GB + 32GB and 4 GB + 64GB. However, only 3GB of RAM variant is available in less than Rs 7,000.

Lenovo K9
If you can wait for the next cell, the Lenovo K9 is a good choice. It is available at Rs 7,999 right now. But during the sale it sells for Rs. 6,999. The design of the phone is attractive, but it is a bit old. Its user interface is very clean. Lenovo's 9 performance is good in terms of But during the review we found that it is a bit lagging behind handling powerful applications.

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