Factors To Consider Before Buying a Good Phone

Factors To Consider Before Buying a Good Phone

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Looking for a best smartphone below 8000 rupees in India? If yes, then check out our list to find your best mobile under 8000 rupees in India March 2018. But before you look at the list of top smartphones we recommend you look at the below given factors that you should consider before buying your next best mobile phone-

Price: Before you buy your next best smartphone, we recommend you to consider the price of the phone before buying it. Under a small budget, one phone cannot fulfil all your expectations so you should consider what phone you are buying and what you need to primarily do with that particular phone.

Processor- Processor of a phone is also an important factor that you need to consider before buying your new phone

RAM: RAM stands for Random Access Memory, it control all the time allotted to different processes in your phone. Bigger the RAM, better the phone will be-

Here are some of our recommendations-

You have quite a few choices in this price range, and it’s understandable to get a little confused about this. I’ve narrowed down the list to about 4, and you can narrow down your choices from there.

  1. Lyf F1S – It has a 5.2 inch screen with screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, resulting in a ppi of 423. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 1.8GHz octa-core processor, 3 GB RAM and an Adreno 510 graphics card. The rear camera is 16MP while the front camera is 5MP. The camera supports full HD video recording at 1080p, and also has front LED flash for brighter selfies. Inside it is equipped with Android Marshmallow, one of the ways in which it outshines its competitors. The phone has a USB type C connection and supports 4G as well as VoLTE, besides supporting dual SIM cards. Talking of SIM cards, it supports nano SIM. The internal storage clocks in at 32 GB which is expandable upto 128 GB. The phone runs on a 3000mAh Li-ion battery which has fast charging. You get all of this at the very economical price of INR 8, 144.
  2. Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus (3GB) – The phone has a 5 inch screen, a tiny bit smaller than the Lyf. However, the screen resolution stays the same, resulting in a slightly higher ppi of 441. The processor is also a bit slower, with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 octa-core processor clocking in at 1.5 Ghz. It has 3GB of RAM like the previous phone, and is equipped with an Adreno 405 graphics card. The camera is 13MP for the back and 5MP for the front, and supports full HD video recording. Inside, the phone ships with Android Lollipop, and ships with the standard micro USB port. It is slightly lighter than the Lyf, weighing in at 142g instead of 146g. In terms of connectivity, it supports 4G LTE and VoLTE as well besides supporting dual micro-SIM cards. In terms of storage, it ships with 16GB of memory of which around 9.92 GB is available, and it is expandable up to 128 GB. The 2750mAh battery it comes with might seem too low, but it is lithium polymer instead of lithium ion, meaning it will give you longer battery life than similarly spec’d li-ion batteries. The phone costs INR 7,000 only.
  3. Micromax Canvas Juice 4G – This is truly a budget beast! For the low price of INR 5,599, you get a phone which has a 5 inch screen (with Corning Gorilla Glass 3!), a quad-core 1Ghz processor , 2GB of RAM and a Mali-T720 MP2 graphics card. You also get an 5 MP front camera and an 8 MP primary camera which even supports full HD video recording! The Android Lollipop can be a bit of a let down to some, but you can upgrade the software once you get the phone. The phone even has support for dual SIM, though it supports micro SIM only. It’s on the heavier side at 152g, but it does support 4G, WiFi and Bluetooth. The internal storage is 8GB which is expandable to 32GB. The phone’s battery capacity really stands out at 4000mAh, though the battery is lithium ion and not lithium polymer.
  4. Coolpad Dazen X7 – This phone has a 5.2 inch screen with the standard 1920 x 1080 pixel screen, translating into an AMOLED screen that has 423.6 PPI that is also equipped with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The MediaTek octa-core processor clocks in at 1.7GHz, comes with 2GB RAM, and a PowerVR G6200 graphics cards. The front camera is a class-leading 8MP while the back camera is a decent 13MP. It supports full HD video recording and has LED flash for both front and back cameras. The OS is a bit of a let down as the phone ships with Android KitKat. The micro USB port the phone ships with doesn’t support fast charging, but at least you’ll be more likely to have a charger on hand anywhere you go. In terms of connectivity, this phone supports 4G, WiFi and Bluetooth. The phone operates both micro SIM and nano SIM. The glass and metal body add to the premium feel of the device. In terms of storage, the phone ships with 16 GB internal memory which is expandable to 32GB. The battery is a bit of a let down, clocking in at 2700mAh, and is lithium ion as well. However, the feature set makes the payoff of INR 8,299 worth it if you’re tired of having plasticky phones.