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Top 10 Android Phones Under Rs 10,000

Here is a list of the best mobile phones one must consider while buying a new Android phone for Rs 10,000 or less.

> Samsung Galaxy Y DUOS (GT-S6102). Free Home Delivery. Rs. 8990/-

  • Android’s Gingerbread OS
  • 3.14 inch Touch Phone
  • Hybrid Dual Communicator
  • Stylish Ergonomic Design
  • Rich Smartphone Experience
  • 832 MHz Processor
  • 3.5mm Ear jack
  • Wi-Fi
  • 3MP Camera

LG Optimus Net P690  (Rs 9,999) 

Successor to the popular Optimus One, the new Optimus Net P690 has instantly been accepted as a budget friendly smartphone, mostly because the phone is a feature rich package. Optimus Net P690 has a 3.2 inch touchscreen display with 320 x 480 pixel resolution and runs Android 2.3 Gingerbreadoperating system.

Under the slim chassis, Optimus Net houses an 800 MHz mobile processor along with 512 MB of RAM, which is a good enough combination to run Android 2.3 Gingerbread smoothly. If third party developers get interested in this device then perhaps a custom ROM with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich might be supported on it.

Supporting 3G networks, Optimus Net offers wireless connectivity via WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0 as well. LG has used a 3.15 megapixel camera at its rear for decent quality photos to be uploaded and shared on social networks.

Finally, a mobile phone with a seemingly fast processor, decent camera and capacitive touchscreenshould be your best bet if you plan to spend under five figures.

> Samsung Galaxy Y S5360  (Rs 7,500) 

Packing a 3 inch capacitive touchscreen, the new Galaxy Y is quite popular amongst users of all ages and occupations etc. It’s one of those mobile phones that come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread pre-loaded and with a flavour of TouchWiz user interface layered on it. Galaxy Y GT-S5360 mobile phone houses an 832 MHz processor to run the mobile operating system smoothly with 290 MB of RAM.

The compact candy-bar form factor makes it quite enjoyable and easy to hold. The Galaxy Y also comes in a special package – Galaxy Y Color Plus, which packs four additional inter-changeable backpanel covers, just like the Samsung Corby series phones. The Galaxy Y is kind of disappointing with a mere 2 megapixel camera at the back without any secondary camera in front.

Galaxy Y also features WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0 support. Of course, it comes with FM radio that works with an RDS and location services chip with A-GPS. Not counting the camera, this handset offers the best budget friendly Gingerbread experience.

> Sony Ericsson W8  (Rs 9,300) 

Sony Ericsson’s Walkman series mobile phones come with the special Walkman software and audio profiles loaded in them. The new Sony Ericsson W8 features a nice 3 inch capacitive touchscreendisplay and Walkman branding targeted at music lovers. By default the mobile phone bundles a 4 GB microSD card for music files.

Unfortunately, Sony Ericsson’s Android phone buyers have to wait for weeks to get the latest update and enjoy a smooth OS experience. W8 comes with the age old Android 2.1 Éclair operating system that is powered with a 600 MHz mobile processor and a mere 168 MB of RAM. However, this mobile does not have enough hardware muscle to run even Android 2.3 Gingerbread smoothly, let along the upcoming Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Sony Ericsson has added custom Walkman styling with the TimeScape interface, bringing a W shortcut to the top right corner of the homescreen. This smartphone supports 3G networks and also offers WiFi support for wireless internet connectivity. It is a good phone which does appear slightly over priced. If you wish for a good music experience with your favourite pair of earphones and a fancy looking mobile, W8 should be the apt choice.

>. Motorola Fire XT311  (Rs 8,950) 

Android is indeed cumbersome to use with a Qwerty smartphone in candybar form, but if there’s acapacitive touchscreen involved, the task is a wee bit easier. Motorola Fire XT311 is a Qwerty candybar phone with 2.8 inch capacitive touchscreen display supporting 240 x 320 pixel resolution.

Fire is one of the good entry level Motorola devices with Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread operating system for those who wish for the fastest and best features. Under the hood, Fire XT311 houses a 600 MHz mobile processor that might appear a bit slow, but is decent enough to run theoperating system with a 256 MB RAM and 512 MB ROM.

The Fire XT311 is one heck of a good looking Android smartphone. It is very different from the dual-SIM EX119 that has a minimalist design. This mobile phone promises talk time of 7 hours on 2G networks and 5 hours on 3G. Considering the healthy talk time and physical Qwerty keypad, Fire XT311 is indeed worth a try.

> Micromax Superfone Lite  A75 (Rs 8,900) 

Micromax launched the iPhone 4-mocking Superfone with a bang and quietly slipped in the Superfone Lite, which is a stepped down version of the former model. Superfone Lite A75 comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Micromax offers a 3.75 inch capacitive touchscreen display to enjoyGingerbread goodness to the maximum without spending more.

Under the hood, it packs a 650 MHz mobile processor and offers dual GSM SIM support with dual-standby mode. 3G and WiFi enabled, this mobile phone is expected to eat up loads of battery life and that’s why the company has packed a 1300 mAh battery, which is pretty decent for a budget phone. Then again, Superfone Lite comes with just 256 MB of RAM and there would be performance as well as battery issues on dual-SIM mode.

> Acer Liquid mini E310 with 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty.

Free home delivery

3.2 inches= Rs 8500

  • Acer Liquid Mini E310 smart phone runs on Android v2.2 Froyo operating system.
  • Other features available in the device are 3G (HSDPA @ 7.2 Mbps), EDGE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, GPRS, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP and EDR, DLNA, A-GPS, microUSB v2.0, Stereo FM Radio with RDS, HTML browser, Picasa Integration, DocumentViewer, Facebook and Twitter Integration, YouTube, 3.5 mm audio jack, and Google Talk.
  • This smartphone supports audio formats like WMA, MP3, WAV, and eAAC+ and video formats like WMV, MP4, H.264, and H.263.

Android Mobile Phones Under Rs.10,000 In India

LG Optimus Me P350

LG Optimus Me P350 was launched in year 2011 and with an affordable price that was just Rs 8,500. This Smart Phone is loaded with Android v2.2 OS (Froyo). Following are the features:

  • Android v2.2 OS
  • 3.2 Mega Pixels Camera with Geo-tagging and Auto Focus
  • 2.8-inch touch screen with QVGA TFT
  • v2.1 Bluetooth
  • Processor with the speed of 600 MHz
  • Wi-Fi Hotspot
  • 3G
  • 12800 mAh battery
  • 155 MB Internal Memory and expandable up to 32 GB with MicroSD slot.

> Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670

The Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670 was announced in month of January 2011. This one cost for Rs. 9, 990.

  • Android v2.2 OS
  • Camera with 5.0 Mega Pixels
  • Bluetooth v2.1 that supports A2DP
  • Processor with the speed of 600 MHz
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
  • HSDPA, 3G support with 7.2 Mbps
  • Battery with 1350 mAh
  • Supports 3G with A-GPS
  • Processor with the speed of 600 MHz
  • 160MB Internal Memory and expandable up to 32 GB with microSD slot

> Acer BeTouch E110

t features a 3.15MP camera, TFT resistive touchscreen of 2.8 inches, internal memory of 256MB RAM and 256MB ROM. It is available for a price tag of only Rs 6,250.

> Samsung Galaxy Pop S5570

Another great mobile device, the Galaxy S5570 was especially developed for young customers. This Smartphone comes along with a powerful processor of 600MHz. It runs the Android operating system, 2.2 edition. It also sustains 3G, and Wi-Fi connectivity alternatives, messaging, email and social networking. Its built-in camera ensures a really decent photo quality. It is available for only Rs 7,990.

> LG Optimus One P500

You can purchase this mobile phone for Rs 9,790. Currently, the phone highlights an important discount of 25 per cent off the initial price. It comes along with a beautiful 3.2-inch touchscreen, multi-touch capabilities, a decent camera and dual processor of 600MHz.

All the above are the best Android OS Smart phones that you can find in India with in the range of Rs. 10, 000.

BEST ANDROID SEARCH Under Rs.10000/- as on March 31st 2012


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5 responses »

  1. shanepedia says:

    Please don’t rely upon the quoted prices of the phones mentioned here in this post…
    As this article has been posted by me during the end of Financial year 2011-2012.
    Never mind.. Soon you’ll find an updated article on affordable and value 4 money Android Phones in India… Shanepedia


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  3. i want to get settings for my LG Smartphone


  4. Hey, just wanted to drop in and say thanks for providing this excellent info! Thank you!


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