Best smartphones under 30k!
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Best smartphones under 30k!

One of the few mid-range smartphones with truly blockbuster features is the Realme X7 Pro

Best smartphones under 30k!

There's no chance you'd step out of your house without your smartphone today, we all practically depend on our phones for so many things now. Keeping the importance of a smartphone in mind, it is but natural that you'd consider investing a little to get a good one. While it is completely understandable that you do not want to spend a fortune on a phone, you can always opt for mid-range smartphones. Here are a few of the best options in the Indian market for phones under rupees 30,000.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G

With the M series, Samsung has helped the affordable and mid-range market gain a solid presence. The business has created a strong competitor with the M53 5G that aims to compete equally with other OEMs. First, the M53 is incredibly slim for having a 5,000mAh battery. Like any other Samsung product, the Super AMOLED display is the best in the category. The phone contains a 108MP primary sensor and three additional lenses for different uses. The device's Density 900 SoC by  MediaTek powers all performance-related functions.

Realme X7 Pro

One of the few mid-range smartphones with truly blockbuster features at an affordable price is the Realme X7 Pro. The device excels on most fronts, with a strong processor and a buttery-smooth 120Hz AMOLED  display. The phone's camera performance is impressive, but if you enjoy taking selfies, you should give this one a try. A quality design and support for fast charging make this a complete package that is well worth the money.

Nothing Phone 1

The Nothing Phone 1's superior build quality, brilliant display, good primary camera, and pure Android experience are some of its standout qualities. The glyph lights stand out nicely, but you might not find daily usage for them. The secondary cameras are the area that needs the greatest development, especially in low light. Better stabilisation and features could also be beneficial for video recording. Better specs and features are available for a comparable price on phones like the iQoo 9 SE and Xiaomi 11T Pro.

Vivo V23 5G

With two cameras up front, the Vivo V23 emphasises its focus on selfies. While the 8MP ultra-wide is excellent for group selfies, the primary 50MP camera produces the most explicit selfies in the segment. One of the device's additional features is a Dimensity 920 SoC with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. AMOLED with HDR10+ and a 90Hz refresh rate is used for the display. A 64MP triple-lens arrangement makes up the main cameras on the back of the device. The gadget has a 4,200mAh battery with 44W charging capability and runs on Android 12.

Motorola Edge 20

The market's lightest and thinnest 5G-capable handset is the Motorola Moto Edge 30. The Moto Edge 30 is undoubtedly a head turner with an incredibly premium appearance for its price. Thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+, it has the performance credentials to support its price. A 144Hz pOLED panel with superb colour accuracy, brightness levels, and HDR10+ certification is also included in the tablet. The Edge 30 has one of the least bloatware-filled software skins. The phone does, however, have a lesser 4,000mAh battery than the majority of rival devices.

Xiaomi Mi 11X

The Mi 11X immediately jumps to the top of the list since it has many features and does a fantastic job translating those features from  paper to performance in the real world. Mi 11X distinguishes itself significantly from other options on this list thanks to its flagship-grade chipset, beautiful AMOLED display, and premium design.  The phone still needs more competition to unseat it from the top spot,  even though the cameras and software can be improved.

OnePlus Nord 2T 5G

The OnePlus Nord 2T has a few incremental changes over the Nord 2 from a year ago. The Nord 2T offers a solid in-hand feel and a quality sense to its design. The phone introduces MediaTek's Density 1300 SoC, which maintains the Nord 2T's performance metrics for daily use and intensive gaming. The 50MP Sony IMX766 primary sensor and other camera features are carried over from last year, while the AMOLED display up front boasts an FHD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. An 80W charging speed complements the device's 4,500mAh battery.