Best Smartphones Under Rs.25,000 (September 2019)

by | Sep 18, 2019

Smartphone space in India is generally less competitive in this price bracket when compared to mid-range and budget segment.

But don’t get me wrong, there are enough great phones under Rs.25,000 that you can choose from.

Huawei, Moto, Oppo and Samsung were some of the major players in this segment in India. Nokia and Vivo have also jumped into this premium midrange segment off late.

At this price, you can expect some of the latest features seen in flagship phones as well as the best features available in midrange phones.

Few of the phones in this category even has the AMOLED display and top end processors.

So who offers the best mobile phones under Rs.25,000?

Let’s find out in detail here.

Best Smartphone Under Rs.25,000

1. Pocofone F1Overall Best Pick
2. Asus Zenfone 5ZRunner-Up Pick
3. Redmi K20Best Vaue for Money smartphone
4. Vivo V15 ProBest Selfie Centric Smartphone
5. Oppo F11 Pro Feature Rich Smartphone
6. Honor 10Smartphone with the Best Deisgn
7. Realme XBest Budget Smartphone
8. Samsung Galaxy A50Honorable Mention

1. Pocofone F1

Overall Best Pick
  • Performance beast
  • Undermines most of the other flagships
  • Value for money device

As you might have already known, Pocofone is a new subsidiary of Xiaomi that was recently unveiled in the country.

The company’s first launch in the market, the Poco F1 is already the new talk of the town even before the device is being released to the hands of the public.

Build and design

For a premium budget smartphone priced under Rs.25,000, the Poco F1 has gone beyond our expectations. The metallic body feels firm and easy to hold in hand.

The curved edges helps this comparatively large device easy to hold and operate with a single hand.

The Poco F1 looks similar to many of the expensive flagships in the market with a vertical dual camera setup at the back and a notched display up front.

What makes this device stand out from the pack is the inclusion of a liquid cooling technology that will avoid the device from getting hot while gaming or any other intense resource hungry operations.

Mighty Snapdragon 845 – Yes, not a typo!

Most of the mid range smartphones today feature a perfectly capable, but not necessarily high end processors.

The last greatest SoC to be used in a premium budget smartphone was the Snapdragon 660 which is powerful and efficient.

The absolute beasts like Sandragon 845 was only reserved for the elite flagship smartphones that priced a fortune.

But not anymore.

The Poco F1 comes with the top of the line Snapdragon 845 processor for under Rs.25,000.

This beast is supported by a fast LPDDRX 8GB RAM to chew through whatever apps or games you throw at it.

This device also comes with a 256GB storage and gives the option to increase the storage capacity by a hybrid SIM slot.

Large 6+ display.. with a notch!

The Poco F1 features a large 6.18-inch full HD+ display that reproduces stunning lifelike images with true to life colours.

This IPS display has excellent viewing angles and gives a sharp and crisp output, thanks to the 403 ppi pixel density even with this large size.

The display has a notch up top, which is of fairly big size.

If you don’t like the intrusion of a notch, you can technically turn it off in the settings but with a slight reduction in screen real estate.

AI cameras at its best

The Poco F1 comes loaded with a rear dual camera setup that has a 12MP+5MP setup of which the secondary lens is a depth sensing unit.

Along with the physical depth calculations, the AI integration that the company has built in will give you possibly one of the best image output in the segment.

The front camera is a 20MP shooter assisted with infrared sensors to give clear selfies even during darker environments.

The only gripe we had with the camera department is that there is no Optical Image Stabilization available.


The Poco F1 has a 4000mAh Li-ion battery inside which will easily last over a day even with heavy use.

Xiaomi is already known for including higher capacity batteries on their certain models such as the Redmi Note 5 Pro.

This time the company has even bundled a Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 certified fast charger that will let you charge the device even faster.

Final verdict

If you can get hold of a unit while the lottery like flash sales in flipkart, this might be the best mobile money can buy in recent times.

The absolute beast of a performer, the Snapdragon 845 is the centerpiece of all attractions and won’t definitely fail your expectations – be it multitasking or gaming.

With the slightly modified, less cartoony MIUI interface, you are going to get a plethora of customization options as well.


Snapdragon 845 SoC


Liquid cooling technology


Fast charger bundled with the box




Operating System/UIAndroid Oreo 8.1
Internal Memory256 GB
ProcessorSnapdragon 845
Camera12 MP + 5 MP Rear, 20 MP Front
Display6.18 inch Full HD + Display

2. Asus Zenfone 5Z

Runner-Up Pick
  • Best flagship-grade phone in this budget
  • Excellent software support
  • Sleek and stylish design

Even though little overpriced, the Oneplus 6 was ruling this budget without competition for a brief period of time and then came the Asus Zenfone 5Z.

The Asus Zenfone 5Z is packing killer specs at a jaw-dropping price point and compromise neither on quality nor on the performance.


Featuring the top of the line Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 inside, performance is snappy as ever before.

Assisted with a 6GB RAM onboard, multitasking and gaming is a breeze to handle for this beast.

The front as well as the back is made of glass and is protected by 2.5D Gorilla glass.

The rounded patterns etched on to the back of this phone is just awesome to stare at.


On the front, there’s a 6.2-inch Super IPS+ 19:9 aspect ratio display that comes with a resolution of 2246 x 1080 pixels.

The colour accuracy of this panel is top-notch, so does the brightness levels.

Asus has added a true tone colour enhancer which you can manually adjust to get the most out of this screen for your liking.

Asus this time has optimized its ZenUI with a lot of AI-related features such as AI charge, AI phone boost and even AI modes on the camera app.


Talking about the optics, this phone features a rear 12MP + 8MP shooter and an 8MP front camera.

The primary camera is equipped with 4-axis OIS and the videos are stabilized with the combination of OIS + EIS technology.

The photos look detailed and colour accurate. The wide-angle selfie camera captures pleasant selfies with almost little or no noise.


To please the audiophiles, LG has added Hi-Res audio chip inside. This will let you listen to your favourite tracks the way they were recorded in the studio.

The loudspeaker on this phone does have a stereo effect. The earpiece doubles up as a speaker along with the unit placed on the bottom.

Battery Life

Powered by a 3300 mAh battery, the Asus Zenfone 5Z easily lasts for a day even with intense usage.

With fast charging support out of the box, juicing up this guy is no big deal.


Priced at just Rs.29,999, the Asus Zenfone 5Z is a flagship level smartphone that even outperforms the excellent OnePlus 6 in certain aspects.

Considering the specs and the performance, we recommend you to think no further.


Good build quality


Great colour accuracy


Excellent camera


Hi-Res Audio


No AMOLED display


Operating System/UIAndroid Oreo
Internal Memory128GB
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 845
Camera12MP + 8MP Rear, 8MP fF
Display6.2-inch Full HD+


3. Redmi K20

Best Value for Money Smartphone
  • Super AMOLED display
  • 960 fps slo-mo capture
  • Long-lasting battery life

Redmi K20 is the latest offering from the Xiaomi budget smartphone stable priced slightly higher than its predecessors.

This android smartphone is a lighter version with less powerful hardware compared with its bigger brother, the flagship Redmi K20 Pro.

Design and Build Quality

The Redmi K20 has a glass sandwich design which follows the current trend in the budget smartphone segment.

The interesting gradient two-tone colour scheme lends this smartphone a unique personality on its own.

The front and rear glass are protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for avoiding accidental scratches and marks.

The Redmi K20 is a very well built phone with a sturdy chassis and good overall fit and finish.


The Redmi K20 features a 6.39-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with an approximate pixel density of about 410ppi.

With a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels, this display is sharp and vibrant. With a contrast ratio of 60000:1, the blacks are deep and the saturation levels are on par with the competing device.

The fingerprint scanner is tucked beneath the display and unlocks the device in an instant without any noticeable delay.

Processor and Performance

The all-new Redmi K20 packs a newer and more powerful budget Qualcomm snapdragon 730 processor clocked at 2.2GHz.

With the ample 6GB RAM and 128GB storage, this device performs the way it should be without any lags or stutters.

Games and apps run buttery smooth and the larger RAM considerably helps in executing multitasking operations.


The Redmi K20 from Xiaomi features a triple rear camera setup and a pop-up motorized front camera.

The rear camera system consists of a 48MP primary sensor accompanied with a 13MP wide-angle and an 8MP telephoto lens capable of 2x zoom.
The quality of the photos and videos are quite good and on par with other devices in the same price range.

The front camera is a 20MP sensor with AI beauty modes to make your selfie shots look more professional.

Battery Life

Battery life is one of the most crucial aspects people look for while buying a smartphone. Redmi phones are famed for packing high capacity batteries in the past and the same is the case with K20.

The 4000mAh battery can hold the phone to live up to one and a half days on a single charge comfortably.


Packed with features to the brim, Redmi K20 is one of the best mid-range Android devices in the Indian market priced under Rs.20,000.


Elegant design


Build quality


18W fast charge


Skinned MIUI


Operating System/UIAndroid Pie 9.0
Internal Memory128 GB
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 730
Camera48MP + 13MP + 8MP Front, 20MP Rear
Display6.39-inch AMOLED Full HD+


4. Vivo V15 Pro

 Best Selfie Camera Phone
  • Motorized 32 MP selfie camera
  • High screen to body ratio
  • Triple rear camera setup

The Vivo V15 Pro is a flagship-grade smartphone from Vivo that comes as an upgrade to the original V15, aimed at the premium mid-tier market priced under a budget of Rs.25,000.

Loaded with cutting edge features onboard, the Vivo V15 Pro is a complete package which you can get your hands on, right now in the Indian market.

Design and Build Quality

The Vivo V15 Pro features a front glass and back plastic construction with an exciting and colourful gradient colour scheme.

This phone features an improved in-display fingerprint scanner to lock and unlock the device securely.

The back panel is made of polycarbonate material and coated with glossy paint which has a textured colour pattern.

The materials used for the construction of this mid-range premium smartphone is of good quality and feels durable.


The Vivo V15 Pro features a large 6.39-inch full HD+ AMOLED LCD display with a resolution of 2316 x 1080 pixels.

This accounts for a pixel density of about 404 pixels which is quite sharp and clear.

The 19:9 aspect ratio means you will have minimal troubles when using this device single-handedly.

The extremely thin bezels on this display make it a suitable candidate for immersive media consumption experience.

The colour and brightness levels on this display are excellent, both indoors as well as outdoors.

Processor and Performance

The Vivo V15 Pro packs a slightly outdated Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor to power the OS.

The apps run faster and open up quick even with multiple apps running parallel. With the 6GB LPDDR4 RAM, there is enough memory for apps to run simultaneously.

Even gaming with this smartphone is smooth. Resource intensive games like PUBG runs smooth and in full HD resolution.

There is 128GB on onboard memory for storing your files offline. If you need more, fret not. There is a dedicated micro SD card slot which can accommodate up to 256GB.


The Vivo V15 Pro comes equipped with a triple rear camera setup which comprises of a 48MP main shooter, 8MP wide-angle sensor and a 5MP depth-sensing unit.

The photos and videos look crisp and clear with enough details and less noise in them.

Vivo has coupled their AI algorithm with the camera by which it detects the scene and adjusts the settings according to it.

The front camera is a whopping 32MP motorized selfie unit which pops up when needed and delivers excellent quality selfies and has portrait mode support as well.

Battery Life

The Vivo V15 Pro is powered by comparatively smaller 3700 Li-ion battery.

With moderate to heavy usage, the Vivo V15 Pro lasts for a day and a half quite comfortably.

Vivo bundles a fast charger along with this phone that charges the battery quite quickly at 18W.


The Vivo V15 Pro is one of the best looking mid range smartphones. With the gorgeous AMOLED display and a capable processor, the Vivo V15 is one of the best in its class.

The main USP of this device is the motorized front camera. It works well as advertised.

If you want a smartphone with a large display, and performs very smooth, the Vivo V15 Pro is a great choice, to begin with.


Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection


Triple rear camera


AMOLED display


Bloated UI


Hybrid SIM slot


Operating System/UIAndroid 9.0 Pie
Internal Memory128 GB
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 675
Camera48MP + 5MP + 8MP Rear, 32MP Front
Display6.39-inch 2340 x 1080 Full HD+


5. Oppo F11 Pro

Feature-Rich Smartphone
  • 90% screen to body ratio
  • VOOC fast charging
  • AI-assisted camera

Oppo and Vivo, even though while owned by a single parent company, compete against each other in terms of new models and features.

The Oppo F11 Pro is the answer to Vivo V15 and priced in the same league offering tough competition to the former.

Design and Build Quality

Oppo stunned the smartphone world with the release of the Oppo Find X which featured an industry first motorized sliding camera. The same camera technology has been now ported into this much more affordable smartphone priced under Rs.25,000.

The Oppo F11 Pro has a very eye catchy design that looks amazing at the first look.

The back panel is made of polycarbonate with a gradient glass finish. It has a gradient glossy colour design which looks similar to those in the budget Realme devices.

The back is susceptible to scratches so do remember to use a transparent case if you want to conserve the style and that pristine look on your smartphone.


The Oppo F11 Pro features a tall 6.5-inch TFT LTPS display with a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. This amounts to a pixel density of 409 ppi.

The visuals and texts appear sharp and detailed on this display and it offers great contrast levels and deep blacks. The colours are much more natural and vivid as well.

Since the display is of 19:9 aspect ratio, the phone doesn’t feel oversized to use with a single hand.

This panel also gets sufficiently bright up to 530 nits which are enough for good sunlight legibility.

The motorized camera aides in a notch-less display design that delivers more screen real estate without any cutouts in the middle or to the sides.

Processor and Performance

The Oppo F11 Pro is powered by the powerful midrange SoC, MediaTek Helio P70.

This chipset performs similar or even better than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660.

With 6GB of RAM, multitasking is great and the device breaks no sweat processing multiple resource-intensive apps sides by side.

The device comes with 64GB of inbuilt memory and has a dedicated SD card slot that can be expanded up to 256GB in case you yearn for more space to store your photos and files.


In the rear, the Oppo F11 Pro features a 48MP + 5MP dual-camera setup of which the 5MP is a depth sensor.

The pictures taken using this rear camera comes out nice in daylight and has very good details and less noise.

The front camera is a motorized 16MP shooter which can take portrait selfies and the edge detection works just fine.

Standard features such as portrait mode and AI-assisted scene detection is present and accounted for.

Battery Life

The Oppo F11 Pro has 4000mAh Li-ion battery inside which delivers excellent battery life.

Under heavy usage, this phone will last over a day comfortably with enough juice to spare for a couple of hours.

Not only that, Oppo supplies a fast charger with the box, certified to be VOOC enabled, which is the companies answer to Oneplus’s Dash charge feature.

This charger charges the battery up to 56% in just under 30 minutes.


The Oppo F11 Pro is a mid-range smartphone with capable internal hardware for flawless performance.

What makes this device stand out from the rest is the design. The phone is a stunner when it comes to the looks and is sure to turn some heads in the crowd.

Value-added features such as bundling the fast charger with the device make this a much more compelling option worth purchasing.


Elegant design


Low light photography

Powerful processor

Easy to scratch back panel


Operating System/UIAndroid 9.0 Pie
Internal Memory64 GB
ProcessorMediaTek Helio P70
Camera48MP + 5MP Rear, 16MP Front
Display6.5-inch 1080 x 2340 FHD+ IPS LCD

6. Honor 10

Smartphone with the Best Design
  • The elegant and futuristic style
  • System-wide AI enhancements
  • Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor

Honor 10 is the flagship smartphone from Huawei’s budget subsidiary Honor.

The company is emphasizing AI capabilities of this device, especially the camera.

The Honor 10 comes in attractive colour options that make it one of the most eye-catchy smartphones under Rs.25,000.

Processor and Performance

The Honor 10 features a powerful HiSilicon Kirin 970 processor coupled with 6GB of RAM.

Although the device lacks an expandable storage option, the phone comes with 128GB of internal memory out of the box.

For most users, this will be more than sufficient for storing their files and installing apps on the device.

The Kirin 970 performs so well without any lags even while having multiple apps open in the background.

The games run smoothly without any frame drops as well.


Talking about the display, Honor this time decided to join the notch bandwagon. The Honor 10 features a 5.84-inch full HD display with an aspect ratio of 19:9.

The notch up the front of the device accommodates the sensors, earpiece and the front camera.


The fingerprint situation on this device is a bit interesting, to say the least. It is located on the bottom front chin of the Honor 10 under the glass.

Honor calls it as an ultrasonic sensor, which works as fast as any other direct to touch fingerprint sensors in the market.

This smartphone comes equipped with all the essential features that a device priced under Rs.25,000 should possess.

There’s an IR blaster on this phone to control your home appliances. Additionally, there’s the NFC feature for contactless payments.


Optics front, this smartphone has a 16MP+24MP rear camera unit.

The 24MP is a monochrome sensor that captures details in the frames precisely.

The AI part, we feel is a bit of an exaggeration from Honor’s part.

The AI effect produces over-processed photos which can be easily achieved by applying filters from one of the photo editing apps.

The camera app has a manual mode that will let you tweak finer aspects such as aperture size, white balance, ISO etc to get a more desired output.

Summarizing, the cameras on the Honor 10 are capable of producing images with great details, without the AI filters.

EMUI and Battery Life

Honor 10 comes with Android 8.1 out of the box with the latest EMUI 8.1 on the top.

EMUI skin adds a lot of extra features that are useful for tighter control over the operating system but frequent updates are a concern.

The 3400mAh battery holds pretty well and lasts well over a day with moderate to heavy usage.


The Honor 10 from Huawei is a smartphone that’s a stunner in terms of design and looks. The phone has capable internals and performs excellently as well.

Powerful processor
Fast charging

AI camera modes are less impressive



Operating System/UIAndroid Oreo
Internal Memory128 GB
ProcessorHiSilicon Kirin 970
CameraDual 16MP + 24MP Rear, 24MP Front
Battery3400 mAh
Display5.84-inch. 1080+2280, 432ppi


7. Realme X

Best Budget Smartphone
  • VOOC fast charging
  • AMOLED display
  • UFS 2.1 storage

Realme is fighting tooth and nails with the Redmi lineup it seems. Whenever Redmi comes up with a smartphone that awws the market, Realme quickly follows the same.

This time the Realme comes with the Realme X which is a direct competitor to the much-hyped Redmi K20.

Design and Build Quality

The Realme X features a refreshing design which differs from the recent glass-backed design trend plagued in certain aspects.

Yes the Realme X also features the gradient coloured glass back, but subtle changes like the camera placement make the device much more pleasing to look at.

The fit and finish of this mid-range Android smartphone are excellent for its price. The overall construction seems to be of good quality, which Realme phones are famed for, starting from the original Realme 1.


The Realme X features a large 6.53-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels.

This display, thanks to the pop-up camera extends almost all across the front. The 3D curved bezels make the display blend with the chassis seamlessly.

The quality of the display is excellent. With deep blacks and high contrast ratio, the visuals look stunning with this smartphone.

The pop up front camera helps this display to achieve an impressive screen to body ratio of 91.2% resulting in immersive media viewing and gaming experience.

Processor and Performance

This mid-range Android smartphone packs in a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor clocked at a respectable 2.2GHz.

With 8GB of RAM and 128GB of UFS 2.1 storage, the performance is blazing fast and smooth.

UFS 2.1 storage is a faster storage technology which considerably improves the read/write speeds resulting in faster performance.

Be it games or resource-hungry apps, the Realme X cuts through them effortlessly.


The Realme X has a dual rear camera mounted in the centre vertically. The primary sensor is a 48MP sensor with a 5MP depth-sensing unit.

The main sensor captures four images of 12MP each and stitches them together to deliver a crisp and clean final image output.

The macro shots from this unit deliver greatly detailed photos with excellent colour accuracy.

The front camera is a 16MP sensor with a 70-degree field of view to capture more subject in the frame.

This camera pops-up when required from the top portion of the chassis.

Battery Life

What powers the Realme X is a 3765mAh Li-ion battery which is advertised to last for a day and a half with moderate to heavy usage.

Realme has also included a VOOC enabled fast charger in the box to juice up the device as quick as it can.


The Realme X delivers one of the best premium smartphone ownership experiences under a budget of just Rs.20,000.

With an excellent screen and processor, this is one of the best devices you can grab at this price point.

Elegant design
Powerful processor
In-display fingerprint scanner
Heavy skinned Color OS UI


Operating System/UIAndroid 9.0 Pie
Internal Memory128 GB
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 710
Camera48MP + 5MP Rear, 16MP Front camera
Display6.53+ Full HD+ AMOLED

8. Samsung Galaxy A50

Runner-Up Pick
  • Tri camera smartphone
  • Super AMOLED display
  • In display fingerprint scanner

Samsung usually reserves major technological breakthroughs for its higher-end Galaxy S series and Note series smartphones.

But with the latest edition of Samsung Galaxy A50, the company is introducing a tri-camera set up on a budget smartphone, which of course is its main selling point.

Design and Build Quality

The Samsung Galaxy A50 is gracefully designed to captivate the eyes as well as the minds with glass finish exteriors coated with slight gradient colours.

This colour scheme is the same Honor has been doing with their smartphones off late, but here in A50, it comes with a more subtle effect.

This smartphone brags about having 84.9% screen to body ratio, and has minimal bezels at the sides of the display, making it look more awesome.

There is the newer micro USB type C charging port at the bottom, accompanied with the 3.5mm headphone jack ( Thank God!).

The rear part is where this phone starts to look unfamiliar. It features a triple camera setup arranged as a vertical strip with an LED flash beneath.


The Samsung Galaxy A50 features a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity U display with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels.

Although, not as clear and crisp as those displays found on premium Galaxy S series lineup, this panel is sufficiently bright and has impressive colour reproduction when compared with other phones in the similar price bracket.

With an aspect ratio of 18.5:9 and pixel density around 403 ppi, watching media and playing games is a delightful experience.

The notch on this display is small and doesn’t feel obtrusive while watching media content on this smartphone.

Processor and Performance

Considering the price, the Galaxy A50 doesn’t feature the most powerful processor in its price category.

The included Samsung Exynos 9610 SoC clocked at 2.3GHz perform well performs well in normal conditions and won’t give any trouble for most of the people using it.

The 6GB RAM will be sufficient for most of the tasks you intend to perform on this mobile device, including some amount of casual gaming.

There is an inbuilt 64GB UFS storage with a dedicated SD card slot for expanding the memory up to 512GB.

Tri Camera Setup

This is the biggest USP of this smartphone – having three cameras. No, not including the one in the front.

The tri-camera set up on the back has an interesting mix of sensors earmarked specially for various functions.

The first one is the 25MP primary shooter with f/1.7 aperture. This sensor has all the standard features such as PDAF found on almost all the mid-range smartphone cameras.

The second in line is a 5MP depth sensor for those bokeh and portrait mode photos.

The third and final sensor is the 8MP ultrawide sensor with a 120-degree field of view.

The front camera is a 25MP shooter with beauty modes and AI integration for manipulating your photos to look better than ever before.

Apart from the physical hardware, Samsung has delivered a feature-rich camera interface with a multitude of functions for taking smartphone photography to the next level.

The photos and videos come out pretty clean and sharp.

The shots taken are rich in detail as well.


This mid-range Android smartphone features an in-display fingerprint scanner. It works very well and the accuracy is on par with other in-display fingerprint scanners found on similarly priced devices.

The Samsung Galaxy A50 is launched with Android 9.0 Pie out of the box with Samsung experience UI on top.

Speaking about connectivity, this device has the latest Bluetooth v5.0 and dual-band Wi-Fi capability.

Battery Life

Surprisingly, Samsung has started to include higher capacity batteries in its smartphones off late.

This Android smartphone is powered by a 4000 mAh Li-ion battery that will easily last for a day and a half on moderate to heavy usage.


If you are a smartphone photography enthusiast and wants to stand out a notch above everyone in terms of smartphone camera capabilities, the Samsung Galaxy A50 is an apt choice.

With its Super AMOLED display and excellent build quality, there is much more than just the optics to cherish about this device.


Elegant and stylish design


Excellent build quality


Decent battery life


Next level photography choices


Slightly outdated processor


Operating System/UIAndroid Pie 9.0
Internal Memory64 GB
ProcessorSamsung Exynos 9610 Octa core 2.2GHz
Camera25MP + 5MP + 8MP Rear, 25MP Front
Display6.4-inch FHD+ SAMOLED

And that concludes our list of the best smartphones under Rs.25,000.

In case you are on a tight budget but can’t afford to skimp on features, there are some great smartphones priced under Rs.20,000 that offers neck to neck competition with the models listed above.

We will make sure to update this list when new phones that can dethrone our top picks enter the fray.

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