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G2B Picks 2017: Top 5 Smartphones Under Rs 40,000 In India

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This year, the mid-range and upper mid-range segment have been crowded with so many smartphones and it is really hard to choose top 5 smartphones among them. So we decided to choose from those handsets reviewed by us.

Note: The listing is done by analyzing overall performance and features of smartphones, and not by the price. And price of the smartphones mentioned here belongs to the base variant which may vary at different marketplaces.

#1. OnePlus 5T | INR 32,999

“Flagship Killer”, this is what OnePlus mentions with every smartphone launched by them and indeed, it’s true. The OnePlus 5T has flagship-level features and it proves to be one of the best upper mid-range handsets launched this year. The performance of this handset is remarkable and it easily catches your attention when it comes to camera. Check out the detailed specs below:

Display 6.01 inch optic AMOLED, 1080x2160px, Gorilla Glass 5
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
OS & RAM Android v7.1.1 | 6GB or 8GB RAM
Storage 64GB or 128GB non-expandable internal storage
Primary Camera Dual 16MP (gyro EIS) + 20MP, PDAF, f/1.7, Dual LED flash
Secondary Camera 16MP, f/2.0, gyro EIS, Auto HDR
Battery Li-Po 3,300 mAh non-removable battery

Read Also: Nokia 8 Vs OnePlus 5T: In-Depth Comparative Camera Review

Read Also: Nokia 8 vs OnePlus 5T vs Xiaomi Mi Mix 2: Comprehensive Gaming & Performance Comparison

#2. Nokia 8 | INR 36,999

Nokia did come back in smartphone market early this year by launching its very first Android-powered smartphone – Nokia 6. Since then, the company launched multiple phone including Nokia 8 as its flagship. The handset gets sturdy physical design, remarkable performance and very good camera quality. Check out the detailed specs below:

Display 5.3 inch IPS LCD Capacitive, 1440x2560px, Gorilla Glass 5
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
OS & RAM Android v7.1.1 (upgradable to v8.0) | 4GB or 6GB RAM
Storage 64GB or 128GB | Expandable up to 256GB (uses SIM 2 slot)
Primary Camera Dual 13MP, f/2.0, OIS, PDAF, Laser AF, Carl Zeiss optics, Dual LED dual-tone flash
Secondary Camera 13MP, f/2.0, PDAF
Battery Li-lion 3,090 mAh non-removable battery

Read Also: Nokia 8 Review: Simplicity is the Ultimate Sophistication

Read Also: Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 vs. Nokia 8 In-Depth Comparison: Which One You Should Go for?

#3. Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 | INR 32,999

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The Mi Mix 2 is Xiaomi’s most expensive handset launched in India. The smartphone is being sold as bezel-less device. The handset has 18:9 aspect ratio display and an elegant physical design. Much like the OnePlus 5T and Nokia 8, its performance is unmatched. Have a look on the detailed specs below:

Display 5.99 inch IPS LCD Capacitive, 1080x2160px, Gorilla Glass 4
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
OS & RAM Android v7.1 | 6GB or 8GB RAM
Storage 64GB or 128GB or 256GB non-expandable internal storage
Primary Camera 12MP, f/2.0, PDAF, 4-axis OIS, Dual LED dual-tone flash
Secondary Camera 5MP, f/2.0
Battery Li-lon 3,400 mAh non-removable battery

Read Also: Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 Review: Beautiful. Beastly. Bezel-less

Read Also: Moto X4 vs Nokia 6: In-Depth Camera Comparison

#4. Motorola Moto X4 | INR 20,999

The recently-launched Moto X4 is definitely one of the best-looking smartphones that Motorola has ever outed. From a premium glass back to a dual-camera setup, the X4 offers a lot at a very competitive price. Check out the detailed specs below:

Display 5.2 inch LTPS IPS LCD, 1080x1920px, Gorilla Glass 3
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 630
OS & RAM Android v7.1 (upgradable to v8.0) | 3GB or 4GB RAM
Storage 32GB or 64GB | Expandable up to 256GB
Primary Camera Dual 12MP (f/2.0, PDAF) + 8MP (f/2.2), PDAF, Dual LED dual-tone flash
Secondary Camera 16MP, f/2.0, LED Flash
Battery Li-lon 3,000 mAh non-removable battery

Read Also: Moto X4 Vs Oppo F5: In-Depth Battery Life Comparison

Read Also: Oppo F5 vs Moto X4: In-Depth Camera Comparison

#5. Motorola Moto G5s Plus | INR 13,999

The Moto G5S Plus a good all-rounder and is certainly one of the best (overall) smartphones currently available under Rs 20,000. From performance to camera, the handset offers pretty much everything that we look for in a mid-range smartphone. Have a look on the detailed specs below:

Display 5.5 inch IPS LCD, 1080x1920px, Gorilla Glass 3
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 625
OS & RAM Android v7.1 (upgradable to v8.0) | 3GB or 4GB RAM
Storage 32GB or 64GB | Expandable up to 256GB
Primary Camera Dual 13MP, f/2.0, AF, Dual LED dual-tone flash
Secondary Camera 8MP, f/2.0, LED flash
Battery Li-lon 3,000 mAh non-removable battery

Read Also: Moto X4 vs Moto G5S Plus: In-Depth Camera Comparison

Read Also: Moto X4 vs Moto G5s Plus Gaming & Performance Comparison

So here it is folks. These were the best handsets under Rs. 40,000 according to us. What do you think about them? Let us know in the comments section below.

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