If you are in the market looking for the best phones under 10000, chances are that you will end up with too many options. As technology continues to become more affordable with each passing month, features such as dual, and even quad rear cameras, FHD+ displays and fingerprint sensors have started making their way to mobiles under 10,000. Moreover, the increase in battery size means that users do not have to charge their phones too often. Which one should you buy, though? We sifted through the latest mobile phone under 10,000 and curated a comprehensive list of the best smartphones under 10,000. These new phone between 5k and 10k will give you the best of all worlds, for smartphones within this price.


The Redmi Note 8 offers much more than what it price would suggest. It’s one of the top mobiles to buy under 10k and there are four cameras at the back with a 48MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide, 2MP macro lens and another 2MP depth sensor. What’s more, the Redmi Note 8 is powered by the Snapdragon 665 with up to 6GB RAM and 64GB storage. The Redmi Note 8 is one of the best smartphones between Rs 5000 to Rs 10000 you can buy right now.


The Realme 5 is a massive upgrade over the Realme 3 that it replaces, and is one of the best phones to consider buying under Rs 10,000. It’s more in line with a mid-ranger with a Snapdragon 665 SoC under the hood, Combined with the 11nm manufacturing process of the SoC and the 5,000mAh battery inside, the Realme 5 is also a long-lasting top mobile under 10000. Add to that, a quad-camera setup, and the Realme 5 is packed with features. The primary 12MP camera is followed by a wide-angle, and a macro lens along with a depth sensor offers a lot of flexibility in shooting. On the front you get a 6.5-inch LCD display with a drop notch and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 over it.


The Redmi Note 7S is the only smartphone under Rs 10,000 that offers a 48MP camera at the back. You get the Samsung GM-1 sensor that covers 1/2″ surface area and the 48 million pixels combine to form large 12 million pixels for a sharper shot. The Redmi Note 7S also brings in the reliable Snapdragon 660 at that price, making it a good smartphone for gaming as well.


Alongside sporting a macro camera, Motorola Once Macro packs a 4000mAh battery that lasts for one day and a half on normal to heavy use. Further, it comes with an almost stock Android-like experience with no bloatware installed. Despite not being an Android One smartphone, Motorola has promised to push two years of Android updates for the One Macro. Impressive battery life, no bloatware and a noteworthy macro camera make it one of the best smartphone one can buy under Rs 10,000.

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