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Top 7 Smartphones Under Rs 7000 In India


It’s always been a hard job to find a decent phone to purchase under Rs. 7,000. Over the past few years, the smartphone market has changed, but it still has a long way to go, especially if you want more than just a few decent choices. A few proper decisions are so much better than the many frustrating ones that only a few years ago filled this section.

Here are some o the top picks for the best cell phones under Rs. 7,000. 

1. Redmi 8A

The Redmi 8A by Xiaomi delivers good efficiency at a low price. The interface is pretty basic, but it still looks good and provides a lot of functionality for this handset. With decent color reproduction, the show offers the right viewing angles. We considered the phone’s efficiency in our Redmi 8A review to be on par with most other devices in this price range.

Two different versions of the Redmi 8A are available in the country: 2GB RAM + 32GB storage and 3GB RAM + 32GB storage. Since there’s a very slight price gap and both, cost less than Rs. 7,000, we recommend that you go with the 3GB RAM version.

2. Realme C2

Realme has developed itself as a smartphone brand to watch out for in a relatively short period, with many smartphones that have struck a chord with Indian consumers. Launched in May 2019, Realme C2 offers a good design and provides this price segment with good results, winning it a spot under Rs. 7,000 in this list of best mobile phones.

Realme is offering three versions of the country’s Realme C2: 2GB + 16GB, 2GB + 32GB, and 3GB + 32GB. Only the first two versions under Rs. Seven thousand are officially priced, so we suggest that you go for the 2 GB + 32 GB option. Having said that, if the 3GB + 32GB edition under Rs. Seven thousand can be found during a deal; go with that instead.

3. Infinix Note 5

Transsion Holdings’ Infinix brand is not as famous as Xiaomi or Samsung, but it does sell some decent smartphones, especially under Rs. 10,000. The Infinix Note 5 has a reasonable degree of productivity and hence finds its way under Rs. 7,000 to the best tablets.

Infinix sells two Note 5 versions, 3GB + 32GB and 4GB + 64GB, but you can only find the 3GB RAM version in this price bracket.

4. Redmi 7

This is a surprising alternative that is a decade behind but is also far less than a year old. Now available beginning at only Rs. 6,999, the Redmi 7 has several features to deliver and is a step up from Xiaomi’s total entry-level versions. We discovered it to be a decent entry-level phone with strong specs and nice looks when we tested it in April last year.

Xiaomi has two versions of the country’s Redmi 7, and the basic version now costs Rs. 6,999 with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. 

5. Nokia 5.1 Plus

While HMD Global has not been remembered for late high prices, some of its older versions, including the Nokia 5.1 Plus, are still going solid. At the time of its introduction, this phone amazed us in virtually all ways. Only the cameras are a little small, but they do have enough good images to deliver. The Nokia 5.1 Plus is enough of an all-rounder to be one of our picks, especially now with its price drop below Rs. 7,000.

Nokia 5.1 Plus promises decent battery life, and in our HD video loop test, it went on for 14 hours and 36 minutes. The edition with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage is now priced at Rs. 6,999, but the other one with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage still costs a lot more. HMD Global sells two versions of the Nokia 5.1 Plus in the region.


For those searching for decent phones under Rs. 7,000, the Redmi 9A is a very well-balanced option. This phone provides an incredible battery life, with a widescreen and a whopping 5000 mAh battery. Packing an octa-core processor with peak 2GHz speeds also means that this handset will not slow down during basic operations. We recommend you go for the 3 or 4 GB RAM version of the Redmi 9A if the budget permits.

7. Infinix Smart 4

The Infinix Smart 4, running on the Android 10 Go Version, is a decent option for total budget purchasers. The considerable monitor and the large 6000 mAh battery are the unit’s main highlights, all of which make the Infinix 4 a decent budget option for long hours of video streaming on the smartphone. The phone comes with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of memory that can be further extended through a MicroSD slot.

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