Top 5 Best Dell Laptops Under 30000

Are you a Dell laptop fan too? Well we admit they offer some of the best laptops in the budget and mid range laptop categories.

If you are looking for the best dell laptop under 30000, then you are at the right web page.

Below are few of the Dell Laptops which are in the price range of Rs. 25000 to Rs. 32000.

We have listed a few laptops till 32k range, since you can always use bank offers to bring the price close to the 30k budget. So, let’s get on with the list of top dell laptops below.


What configuration can you expect in a dell laptop below Rs. 30,000 budget:

  • Processor: Under the budget of 30,000 you have two major choices of processor that is a Core i3 processor, with 6th or 7th gen processor or an AMD A6 processor. You can choose from either based on your work.


  • RAM: Most of the laptops in this budget are configured with 4GB DDR4 RAM only, so you will have to buy an additional 4GB RAM to boost the performance up, this will cost your another 3000 easily.


  • Operating System: Some of the laptops comes with Windows 10 OS but most of the times it’s either a DOS based OS or Linux based Ubuntu. However, since there are drivers available, so you install your own OS without any problems.


Dell Vostro 3568 (Linux)

Rs. 30,000


  • Intel Core i3 7th Gen, 2.3 GHz Clock Speed
  • 4 GB DDR4 RAM
  • 1 TB Hard Disk
  • Intel Integrated HD 620
  • 15.6 inches, 1366 x 768 pixels
  • Linux OS
  • 1 Year Warranty

Dell Vostro 3568 (Windows 10)

Rs. 30,500


  • Intel Core i3 7th Gen, 2.3 GHz Clock Speed
  • 4 GB DDR4 RAM
  • 1 TB Hard Disk
  • Intel Integrated HD 620
  • 15.6 inches, 1366 x 768 pixels
  • Windows 10 OS
  • 1 Year Warranty

Dell Inspiron 3467 (Linux)

Rs. 30,490


  • Intel Core i3 7th Gen, 2.3 GHz Clock Speed
  • 4 GB DDR4 RAM
  • 1 TB Hard Disk
  • Intel Integrated HD 620
  • 15.6 inches, 1366 x 768 pixels
  • Linux OS
  • 1 Year Warranty

Dell Inspiron 3467 (Windows 10)

Rs. 25,990



  • Intel Core i3 7th Gen, 2.3 GHz Clock Speed
  • 4 GB DDR4 RAM
  • 1 TB Hard Disk
  • Intel Integrated HD 620
  • 15.6 inches, 1366 x 768 pixels
  • Windows 10 OS
  • 1 Year Warranty

Dell Inspiron 3565 (Windows 10)

Rs. 22,980


  • AMD A6, 2.0 GHz Clock Speed
  • 4 GB DDR4 RAM
  • 1 TB Hard Disk
  • AMD Radeon R4 Graphics
  • 15.6 inches, 1366 x 768 pixels
  • Windows 10 OS
  • 1 Year Warranty



If you see the comparison of the top laptops under 30,000 for Dell brand you can see that most of these laptops are powered by same configuration of 7th Gen i3 processor, 4GB RAM, Intel HD 620 graphics, 15.6 inch HD resolution screen, either Windows 10 or Linux OS but the price difference for OS is just Rs. 500

Other than that there is also an AMD A6 powered laptop which is priced for Rs. 22,980. However the processor is not that capable of handling multiple tasks and we would advice you to take that in consideration before purchasing the AMD powered laptop.

Best laptop under 30000 with i5 processor

When I was looking for a new laptop under Rs. 35,000 I wasn’t sure about what configuration to go for. However when I started searching for best laptop under 35000, one thing was clear there were not many brands which were offering a core i5 processor within the budget.

However, Acer was the only brand offering a core i5 laptop under this budget. More good news was that it wasn’t some old i5 processor too.

The one I searched for had the latest 8th Generation i5 processor.

See the review below of my Acer Aspire 5 Core i5 8th gen laptop under 35000.

Build Quality

This laptop is really good for its price range. The bottom part of the laptop is made of aluminium and other material is high quality plastic. When I first opened the laptop it was shipped with a Linux based Endless OS which offcourse I replaced with my Windows 10 OS which I purchased previously with a very good discount.

There is no bloatware preinstalled so in case you want to try out the Endless OS, you can do so without any troubles.

Processor and Key Features:

The best feature of this laptop is that it has an 8th Gen Core i5 Processor which is better than a Core i3 offered by many other laptop brands in this price point.

Other good feature included in the laptop is a USB Type-C Port. The screen has a full HD(1920×1080) resolution and there is a 4GB DDR4 ram preinstalled.

There are also some not so features such as the screen is not an IPS panel so viewing angles are not so great. Also, the sound quality is not par with like of HP or Asus.


Overall if you are looking for decent laptop with a good i5 processor, then this Acer laptop is the best laptop under 35000 with i5 processor and will not disappoint your if you are looking for an everyday laptop with a high performance processor.


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Do you really need to cut out Sugar from your diet to be healthy?

I once knew a girl named Sucrose.

Sucrose was pretty and funny. Being around her, you felt like anything was possible. When she walked into a room, she filled it with a feeling of light and joy. Everybody felt that she was like them, but different, lighter; sweeter in a way.

She looked something like this.

But that was before.

That was when Sucrose was popular.

You see, while she used to be everybody’s favourite, these days things are quite different.

Nobody likes Sucrose anymore. People say that she is bad to be around and that she tricks you with her sweetness. People say she is built differently than the rest. But the thing is, she never understood why. Why were people treating her this way? Were they not all the same? She hadn’t changed. She was still the same girl, one part glucose and one part fructose.

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How to see Memory or Ram Status on MIUI 9

Just upgraded to MIUI 9 then you must be missing the feature where you launch the ‘Recent Apps’ and clear the cache and you see the amount of free RAM. If you are missing this feature then you will be happy to know that there is an easy way to bring this feature back. Just follow the DIY guide below.

Change RAM display MIUI 9


1. Open Settings on your Redmi phone

2. Click Home Screen and Recents Option from Settings Options

3. Enable the option ” Show Memory Status” in the bottom menu

After enabling this option you must be able to see the status of remaining and in use ram again.

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Are you using these tips to increase the mileage of bike?

Mileage of your bike depends on riding and maintaining style but there are many other factors which can influence the mileage of your bike. Normally too much braking and wind resistance can also cause mileage loss. So few pointers which can help you to increase the mileage of your bike are below.


  1. Ride with not so much braking. That means you need to ride withing a speed where you don’t need to do sudden braking. 60 km/h is a good speed to drive.
  2. Riding within the speed also allows to minimize the drag resistance of wind and thus good mileage.
  3. Keep your vehicle maintained. Specially the oil and engine tuned up so there is no problem with the engine burning too much fuel.
  4. Try not to accelerate suddenly from stand still. That will make the engine guzzle more fuel to give more power on the tap.
  5. If you need to stand at a signal for more than 30 secs, stop the engine. Ofcourse if you have electric start in your scooter ( which mostly is standard ) it would be easy to start back when the signal turns green.
  6. Most of them ‘Economy’ range on the speedometer, marked in green color. Try to keep your speeds in that range from 35–55 kmph. You’ll churn out maximum mileage.
  7. Keep Air filter clean and slightly oiled.

How long motorcycle engines last?

What kills all engines is the number of cold starts and how hard the engine is used before it’s oil is warm. This is why very high mileage engines tend to have been used for long journeys rather than many short journeys.

This is the reason why it is said that 90% of all engine wear happens in the first couple of miles. Today, with modern multigrades it is more like 75% of all engine wear but that doesn’t mean oils are now worse at protection once hot. it means that the cold wear percentage has dropped.

how long motorcycle engine last

Wear occurs when cold oil has not yet got hot enough to flow around the engine as fast as the engine designer intended.

The combustion chambers instantaneously reach ferociously high temps and that heat is slowly leached away by the metal parts around them but a lot of that heat is carried away by the oil flowing past those hot spots.

if oil is overheated it stops lubricating.

Cold oil flows slowly, spends more time at the hottest parts, cooks, and then stops lubricating so you get metal to metal wear.

The more ‘effort’ the engine is asked to make when cold, the hotter it gets. If an engine is asked to give 100 percent of its power from cold, it will overpower its oil almost instantly and its lifespan will be very short.

If a 125cc engine is asked to provide its maximum of 10 bhp to do say 70 mph, it will be at maximum output, and producing as much heat as it can get rid of. that engine will wear very fast.

If a 500cc engine capable of 40 bhp is asked to go 70 mph, it will still only need 10 bhp to stay at 70mph so it will obly be using 1/4 of its output, Because it is designed to get rid of forty bhp’s worth of heat, four times as much heat as the 125, its design can easily shift that 10bhp’s worth so it does not get as hot, and its oil does not fail as much.

Modern synthetic multigrade oils are vastly better at flowing when cold and cope far better at high temps too so the hard used cold engine lasts much longer these days.

An engine’s life can be measured in the number of cold starts it does.

If a small engine with old fashioned 10w-40 mineral oil starts from cold twice a day and goes 5 miles each time at more or less full speed. It might last 10,000 miles.

if the same engine with old fashioned 10w-40 mineral oil starts from cold twice a day and goes 10 miles each time at more or less full speed. It will last 20,000 miles….Same number of cold starts, but twice the ‘hot’ mileage…

If that same engine with quality 0w-40 synthetic oil starts from cold twice a day and goes 10 miles each time at more or less full speed. It will last at least 50,000+ miles ( actually I don’t know because I HAVE that small engine and it is doing 12 mile a day commutes on 0w-40 Mobil 1 at full speed and runs as perfectly with zero oil consumption now at 40,000 miles as it did when new.

In 1981 I was a motorcycle courier. We used to AVERAGE 2000 miles A WEEK and a lot of those miles were at 90–100 mph.

One of my guys bought a brand new suzuki GS1000 shaft drive. After a year it had done 100,000 miles. He took the cam covers off and measured the cam chain ‘stretch’. It was still within spec for a new chain….The engine sounded and went exactly like a brand new one. … in other words there was NO measurable wear on the engine at all.

That bike had, in effect only done about 250 cold starts in that year and being a big engine, was not working hard for the first few miles anyway.

I saw several Honda CX500’s used as courier bikes all their lives in London each with over 300,000 miles on original pistons rings and cylinders (i.e. not rebored) in the following years. they looked horrible, but ran perfectly….

Once the oil is hot, there is virtually no wear…….None….


Guest Post by Jon-Haddock

Rs 500, Rs 1000 notes banned, don’t panic your money is safe


Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced that Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 rupee banknotes would be withdrawn from circulation at midnight to crack down on rampant corruption and counterfeit currency.

Here’s what you need to know and do in the next few days:

Where can I exchange/ deposit my Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes?

Dont Panic, from November 10 till December 30 you can deposit the old notes at your nearest bank or post office accounts without any limit. But withdrawals from banks are capped at Rs 10,000 per day and Rs 20,000 per week. This limit will be increased in the coming days.

You can also exchange Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes for lower denomination at banks, head post offices and sub-post offices. However, the exchange limit has been capped at Rs 4,000, and you can exchange till November 24. One must produce a valid government identity cards like PAN, Aadhaar and Election Card.

Banks will remain closed on November 9 allowing them time to cope with the new directive.

There is no restriction of any kind on non-cash payments by cheques, DDs, debit or credit cards and electronic fund transfer.

What are the restrictions on ATM withdrawals?

ATMs will not work on November 9 and in some places on November 10. But from November 11, you can withdraw money and ATMs will stop dispensing the existing Rs 500 and 1000 notes. For the first few days, these withdrawals are being restricted to Rs 2,000 per card per day, and will later be increased to Rs 4,000 per card per day.

Where can I still use my Rs 500, Rs 1000 notes?

Till November 11, the following government-authorized places and institutions will continue to accept Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes for payment:

— hospitals

–Railway, airline, bus ticket booking counters

–Petrol, diesel and gas stations authorized by public sector oil companies

–Consumer co-operative stores

–Milk booths

–Crematoriums and burial grounds

Where can I get the new currency notes? 

RBI will issue new currency notes of Rs 500 and 2000 from November 10 onward. These notes will have new design.

Via HT

Moto G Plus 4th Gen Price in India, Specifications, Reviews and Deals

Moto G Plus 4th GenKey Features of Moto G Plus 4th Gen:

  • 5.5 inch capacitive touchscreen with Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution
  • Corning Gorilla Glass 3
  • 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 617(MSM8952) octa-core processor
  • 500 MHz Adreno 405 GPU
  • 2 GB RAM + 16 GB internal memory, 3GB + 32 GB Internal Memory
  • 16 MP Primary Camera with laser focus, laser focus and phase detection auto focus (PDAF)
  • 5 MP Secondary Camera
  • Android v6.0.1 Marshmallow OS
  • Dual Sim (GSM + LTE), 4G LTE
  • Expandable Storage Capacity of 128 GB
  • 3000 mAh Battery with Turbocharging
  • Fingerprint Scanner


Moto G Plus 4th Gen Price in India is Rs. 13,499 for 2GB RAM model and Rs, 14,999 for 3GB RAM model

Let’s come to the main point, MOTO G4, I can describe in one sentence, ITS A MOTO PHONE, what else does it need for one to get convinced. Don’t think I am a crazy fan of MOTO. Truly to say that is the feel I have got from this phone, when I hold it for the first time.

The design is mixed still being MOTOish mostly, with some transforms, not sure whether it’s influenced by Lenovo a little. Rounded corners, MOTO logo in a recessed circle, centred audio jack, curvish trims at top, all are in regular MOTO design language, but flat back, front button kind of look for FP sensor are new. One can easily identify it as MOTO from a distance. So no worries for MOTO lovers.

Phone is slightly big for its 5.5 screen, 71% screen ratio, but it could have been slightly trimmed across the corners as it has rounded metal trims all around for support. Yes, it’s metal only, not plastic. So it’s good and comfortable in larger hands, but people using smaller phones, especially ladies need to think twice.

Screen is protected by Gorilla glass, nicely fit around the corners with no gaps or any irregularities, I heard that Redmi N3 has some problem. Touch is responsive and smooth. Front speaker at the top is a sensible design, no worries about call ringtones being muffled anymore as in back speakers when put in bed or any soft surface.

Many raised concerns about finger print sensor at front. But this position is what truly ergonomic and practical to use. It’s sensibly placed for our thumb in holding hand, or our index finger in other hand, these two fingers only we used 99 percent of the time for operating the touch phone. Apple iPhone designers are no idiots to place it at front. The fact about many putting sensor at the back is not because it’s convenient, but it’s cheaper and easier to place it there. Otherwise, they need to worry about real estate in front side to place it or change their home buttons as sensors, which cost them a lot, only Apple can afford it. MOTO made a wise and balancing decision here, but obviously it may confuse people for home button for sometime till they get used to. But I would say any new design will take some time to adapt.

Flat back is little uncomfortable to hold, again for small hands, but it’s rubbery and giving good grip, the metal trims is slippery especially when you have wet hands. It’s better to put a silicone cover on it. This is the main reason I hate metal body in phones unless it’s micro brushed as in iPhone. Also metal body will be prone to scratches and not replaceable. Though it looked premium in initial days but would become more ugly after some time with all its scratches and dents. iPhone and HTC use military grade titanium alloy, but I doubt about these budget phones with metal body just for the sake to look premium. MOTO didn’t compromise on that, kudos again. Only flip side on plastic back though is that, it cannot dissipate heat as good as metal. This is one reason we feel heat on this phone more easily, even though RN3 produce same level of heat. Also flat back makes the phone more slimmer and less bulky, which is good.

Snapdragon 617…culprit for all those heating….though it has very advanced features under the hood. It’s a hybrid processor having 4 cores running at 1.5 ghz to handle heavy job and 4 cores running at 1.2 ghz to handle lighter work and save the battery. Clever design, though it gets heated up easily and throttle down during heating to avoid damaging the phone. So only some slowness while heating. Since it’s a newer processor, the OS is not yet fully optimised for it, and I believe future updates will solve this. But again, I tested the temperature under heavy load, it’s not that alarming as some people claims here, obviously no iron box or oven, that’s too much 🙂 may be you guys need a/c or refrigerator in your phones 🙂

All mid segment SD based phones have heating issue, RN3 has it, HTC has it. High end phones have better heat management design, that cannot be afforded in budget phones. Though SD 617 supports Wifi ac band, this phone sadly supported only b/g/n. Not sure why, so no future proof here. Also no magnetic sensor, many apps rely on this cannot be used on this phone, sad again. But want to clarify one thing, this does not stop you from using maps. Maps work with GPS and your mobile data, so no worries. All the problem with maps is it will not rotate the map when you turn yourself while you walk, but it will turn if you travel in a car using your mobile data as you move faster. Finger print sensor is snappy and accurate and it supports 360 degrees, top class!

CAMERA: 9/10
DXOMark rated this camera as 84 which is equal to iPhone 6S plus, even iPhone 6s is having lower rating than this. Believe it or not, only 4 mobile cameras in the world is having better DXOMark rating than this, but they are all flagship models from Samsung and HTC. Though it was tested in controlled environment, regular user experience will be different obviously. But this phone camera is truly best in class, produced similar if not better results in day light photos as iPhone 6. Auto focus is snappy thanks to the laser focus and it’s as quick as SLR camera. Though it struggles in low light and indoors, obvious due to pixel in image sensor is smaller as being 16 mp. You can understand why Apple sticks at 12 MP thanks to its larger pixel for excellent low light photos. It would have been great if MOTO sticks at 13 mp itself with its improved top class hardware. Front camera is good but not great, but wider angle helps group selfies much better. Again sensible feature. Camera app is great with its pro mode, worthy to use.

Turbo charging is possible on this phone and improved compared to previous models again thanks to SD 617 for its QuickCharge 3.0 technology. It charged my phone from 50 to 100 in 30 mins. Yet to check the time from 0 to 100. Great for frequent travellers and business people. This unit comes with a turbo charger, that is awesome as MOTO G4 model has no charger included, this charger alone costs around 2000 rupees. Great offer.
3000mah battery is much sufficient and balanced for typical phone users, although not for gamers. SD 617 is low power consumer, so no issues.
The weakest part is its headphone. Possibly MOTO can avoid putting a headphone altogether rather putting this one. Bad move. Ok for calls, but pathetic for music. My Klipsch rescued me from this. Thank god.

Nothing can beat stock android and its fluid experience. Though I am great lover of ASUS ZenUI (the most sensible custom ROM in my opinion), I loved this vanilla android. Also there are great advantages, as we know quick updates, security patches and high security as custom ROMs open many security loop holes. And it’s Marshmallow and it’s material theme, awesome experience.
I installed some apps from my Zen Ui though, example gallery. We have that freedom to install what we only need, no more bloat wares.



  • 16 MP primary camera with
  • Bigger 3000 mah battery with Turbo Charge
  • Fingerprint Scanner


  • Overheating


Overall, Moto G Plus 4th Gen is very solid and decent looking, not plasticky as told by some people. Very sensible design by MOTO. There is nothing else like pure Android experience guys…go for this’s worth your every extra penny.

Top 5 Best Phones Under 15000 Rs

Few years back we only had a limited choice when we needed a new smartphone under Rs. 15,000. But today there are vast number of choices available for someone looking to buy a new phone under 15,000 Rs. in India. 

There are also some smartphones now which comes with 3 GB RAM and that too under 15,000 Rs.budget in India. But you should also look towards brand value as after sales service is the main concern of some manufacturers in India. Below is a comparison of best android smartphones under Rs. 15,000 in India

Within Rs. 15,000 budget you can expect a phone to be powered with latest Snapdragon processors capable of playing most of the high intensive games and softwares. Also, within this budget 4G phone wouldn’t be a problem too. If you are looking for gaming phone under 15,000 Rs. then make sure you choose a smartphone with higher capacity battery which will last longer while you play your favorite games.

1. Moto G Plus 4th Gen (Rs 14,999)

Moto G 4th Gen

Key Specifications of Moto G Plus
  • 5.5 inch Display with resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, 401 ppi pixel density and Corning Gorilla Glass 3
  • Finger print reader
  • Android v6.0.1 Marshmallow
  • 1.5 GHz Snapdragon 617 octa core processor and 550 MHz Adreno 405 GPU
  • 16 Megapixel Primary Camera with dual LED Flash
  • 5 Megapixels Secondary Camera with display flash
  • Dual micro sim (4G+3G)
  • WiFi
  • 3 GB RAM with 32GB internal memory expandable up to 128GB
  • 3000 mAh battery with TurboPower charging (6 hours of power in 15 min of charging)

Why buy Moto G 4th Gen? Moto G 4th Gen is priced in the same bracket as the chinese offerings under Rs. 15,000. The phone is powered by Snapdragon 617 chipset with adreno 405 GPU and coupled with 3 GB RAM.  The octacore processor is optimized to provide smooth gaming and browsing experience with zero lag in day to day usage. The strong selling point of Moto G 4th Gen is its camera which is the best under the price of Rs. 15,000. The 16 MP pimary camera produces much natural Pictures compared to others phones in the same price bracket and f2.0 apperture lens coupled with laser assist autofocus produces quick but high quality pics. The 5MP front facing camera is also capable to provide good pictures even in low light. The phone runs on Android v6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box which is a plus point for many users who doesn’t want an outdated android OS. The 3000 mAh battery gets the job done for the full day and TURBOCHARGER is a unique selling point which most phones lack. It gets fully charged within 1 hour and 40 minutes. Internal memory is huge at 32GB which is expandable upto 128 GB by adding a micro sd card.

Overall the latest phone in Moto G Series will keep you busy with its features. Features wise similar specifications are offered by chinese manufacturers within similar price bracket but for 14,999 and history of sturdy Moto G series you can go wrong on this one.

2. Xiaomi Mi 4 (Rs. 14,999)

 Key Specifications of Xiaomi Mi 4

  • 5-inch capacitive touchscreen with IPS HD resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels and 441 ppi pixel density
  • Android v4.4.4 Kitkat
  • 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 CPU with Adreno 330 GPU
  • 13MP primary camera with support of 4K UHD video recording
  • 8MP front facing camera
  • Single Sim
  • WiFi
  • 3 GB RAM with 16GB internal memory 
  • 3080mAH lithium-polymer battery

 If you are not looking for a dual sim phone but RAM is your main priority, then under Rs. 15,000 price Mi 4 is yet another good choice. This 5-inch smartphone is powered by a 2.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 Quad Core Processor which is complimented by 3 GB of RAM to provide you outstanding performance while playing games or even mutitasking without having to compromise on speed and face lagging issues. Unlike Moto G Turbo it comes with a 8 MP front camera and the rear 13 MP camera is good snapper too. The 3080mAH lithium-polymer battery is another added advantage that can keep you going all day on your smartphone without having to worry about battery backup. With only Rs. 3,000 more that Moto G Turbo you are getting 1 GB additional RAM, 8MP front facing camera for those hot selfies and a bigger battery. We can safely say that Xiaomi Mi 4 is the best phone under 15,000 Rs which you can buy right now.

3. ASUS Zenfone 2 ZE551ML (Rs. 14,999)

 Key Specifications of ASUS Zenfone 2 ZE551ML

  • 5.5-inch IPS HD capacitive touchscreen with screen resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels
  • Android v5.0 Lollipop operating system
  • 1.8GHz Intel Atom Z3580 quad core processor
  • 13MP primary camera with dual LED flash
  • 5MP front facing camera
  • 4GB RAM with 16GB internal memory which can be expanded upto 64GB 
  • Dual SIM support (GSM+GSM) 
  • WiFi
  • 3000mAH lithium-polymer battery

 ASUS Zenfone 2 ZE551ML is the only mobile under 15,000 Rs. which comes with 4GB RAM. So if you are an extreme multitasker then this phone will suit you. 1.8GHz Intel Atom Z3580 which is a quad core processor powers this phablet. Rear Camera is 13 MP with dual flash and front is 5 MP. Battery is good at 3000mAH and it also supports dual sim. However Intel Atom processor is known to suck at battery management. So, if you don’t have any problem with charging your phone everyday then you can buy this phone or else you can also take a look at Xiaomi Mi 4 above which is similarly priced but is powered by snapdragon processor and also packs a front 8 MP selfie camera.

4. OnePlus X (Rs 14,999)

Key Specifications of OnePlus X

  • 5 inch AMOLED Full HD display(1080 x 1920) with Gorilla Glass 3 and 441 PPI pixel density
  • Android Lollipop 5.1.1 based Oxygen OS
  • 2.3 GHz Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor
  • 13MP primary camera with f/2.2 Aperture
  • 8MP front facing camera with f/2.4 Aperture
  • 3GB RAM with 16GB internal memory which can be expanded upto 128GB 
  • Dual SIM support (4G+4G) 
  • WiFi
  • 2,525 mAh Lithium Polymer battery

For the price OnePlus X offers superb features like quad core processor, Full HD display,
Gorilla Glass 3, 3GB RAM, 13 MP primary camera and 8 MP front camera for perfect selfies. However Xiaomi Mi 4 offers same specifications at the same price tag but with an added high capacity battery. Both smartphones are of good build quality and the final decision to choose the best mobile under Rs. 15,000 from both these phones depends on the buyer choice. In the end if you need that extra battery power then go for Xiaomi Mi 4 or buy OnePlus X if you like its looks better than Xiaomi.


5. Lenovo Vibe S1 (12,999)


Key Specifications of Lenovo Vibe S1

  • 5-inch IPS HD capacitive touchscreen with resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixel
  • Android v5 Lollipop operating system
  • 1.7GHz MT6752 octa core processor
  • 13MP primary camera with dual color flash
  • Two front cameras, 8MP front facing camera and 2 MP front facing camera
  • 3GB RAM with 32GB internal memory which can be expanded upto 128GB 
  • Dual SIM support (4G+3G)  
  • WiFi
  • 2420mAH lithium polymer battery

Lenovo Vibe S1 is the first phone in the world with a dual front-facing cameras of 8MP and 2MP.
The 8 megapixel camera at the front is a good camera for taking selfies and the second 2 megapixel camera collects 3D depth of the image and stores it. For processing it is powered by a 1.7GHz MT6752 quad core processor with 3GB RAM. Internal memory is good with 32GB internal storage and can be expanded upto 128GB with micro sd card. Battery life of 2420mAH is also at par with other phone under the same budget. Overall if you are looking for a best budget selfie phone under  15,000 Rs. then Lenovo Vibe S1 is the phone to buy.

6. Moto G Turbo (Rs, 12,499)

Key Specifications of Moto G Turbo Edition
  • 5-inch HD Touchscreen with resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and Corning Gorilla Glass 3
  • IP67 Certified Water resistance against water and dust
  • Android v5.1.1 Lollipop which can be upgraded to Android 6.0 Marshmallow
  • 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon octa core processor
  • 13 Megapixel Primary Camera with dual LED Flash
  • 5 Megapixels Secondary Camera
  • Dual 4G Sim
  • WiFi
  • 2 GB RAM with 16GB internal memory 
  • 2470 mAh lithium-ion battery

Why buy Moto G Turbo Edition? Moto G turbo is priced around Rs. 12,500 and considering the price it comes with a  5-inch touch screen with latest Android Lollipop operating system which you can upgrade to  Android 6.0 Marshmallow when the update becomes available. It has a 13 Megapixel Primary Camera with f2.0 lens and dual-LED flash with 5 Megapixels Secondary Camera which is capable to provide very nice images. See our Moto G Turbo Sample Images page to check the image quality. Powered by a 1.5 GHz Snapdragon Octa Core Processor wont let you down when you need performance and extra power while playing a high intensity game.  Coupled with dual sim, Wi-Fi and 4G connectivity you won’t feel disconnecd for sure. Moto G Turbo comes with only 2 GB of RAM but for the price tag we think it’s all right. If you are looking for phones under 15,000 with better RAM, then you also grab 3GB RAM phones by paying a little extra. Internal memory is 16 GB which is expandable upto 32 GB by adding a micro sd.

Overall it’s a phone with a solid build, is dust and water resistant, packs a good processor and battery. For 12,500 this is a superb value for money phone priced under 15,000 Rs.

Deciding on buying best phone under Rs 15,000:

Most of the the best phones under Rs 15,000 will come with good high quality display and Full HD resolution of 1080p . You can even find high quality Snapdragon 801 snapdragon processor to as low as Snapdragon 615 processor. The best part is if you are buying an android phone under Rs. 15000 you may very well find models equipped with even 3GB RAM which is kind of necessary today when it comes to android operating system. As for connectivity with most companies switching to 4G , a phone with 4G is must. Lastly, dont buy a phone just on the basis of camera quality if you are a casual photographer because most of the android camera phones under 15,000 Rs. are capable enough to provide decent picture quality with stock settings. However if you are looking to very high quality pictures do check image camera quality through sample shots.Also if you like to take selfies quite often make sure you buy a smartphone with good front camera.

Top 10 Best Phones Under 10000 Rs (Updated 2016)

Finding the Best Android Smartphone Under 10,000 becomes a real daunting task when you have to choose from a pool of many android smartphones and this number is increasing everyday with the launch of latest mobiles. But we are here to help you choose the best mobile under 10000 for you needs from the vast choices available.

Few Points to keep in mind while searching for best android mobile under Rs 10,000

  • Since your budget for smartphone is Rs 10,000 you can choose your phone from list of Android and Windows powered OS phones. As Apple iphones will be a tad bit above the budget of Rs. 10,000. Most people prefer android powered phone just because the vast number of applications available at android play store. However, some prefer simplicity over vastness and thus choose a Windows powered phone.
  • Now coming to Android and Windows smartphone. As I said above, if you are looking for high quality mobile gaming and such then Android Smartphones should be your first choice as Google Playstore offers the widest range of application and games. But if you want a smartphone to fulfill the basic daily tasks like phone calls, text messages, Whatsapp and not much gaming then Windows phone is for you.
  • Other important factor while choosing the best smartphone under 10,000 is screen size. Smartphones with small screen size are easy to handle compared to large screen phones but the extra display size and app experience offered by large screen phones replaces the desire for a small screen phone. Ultimately it’s your choice.

Top 10 Best Android Smartphones Under 10000 Rs

  1. Xiomi Redmi Note 3

Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is the latest edition to the Xiaomi line of affordable but impressive smartphones.  Redmi Note 3 is the successor to the already popular Redmi Note 2.

OS and Processor

The smartphone powered by a 64-bit 1.8GHz hexa-core MediaTek Snapdragon 650 chipset is equipped to deliver uninterrupted performance. The 16GB version comes with 2GB of RAM while the 32 GB version comes equipped with 3GB RAM. Wrapped under Android 5.1 Lollipop, the Redmi Note 3 runs on MIUI 7 custom android OS.


The smartphone flaunts a bright display with full HD resolution on 5.5-inch touchscreen. There is also an option where you can change the resolution or optimize it as per your reading mode. It features a huge 4,000 mAh battery which is essential considering the power it is packing and should be enough to get you through the day with moderate to heavy usage. It is available in gold, silver and grey colours with a full metal unibody design to give more premium feel to this Redmi Note 2 successor. The best part about this is all these features are packed into just 8.65 mm thick phone.

Camera and Storage

The front facing camera is mere 5 megapixel which considering the price tag of under Rs 10,000 sounds okay enough but if you are looking become selfie king/queen, it may disappoint you. However, the rear 16 megapixel rear camera can capture superb shots both in daylight and not so bright environments with its phase detection autofocus support and dual-LED flash.


The good thing about Redmi Note 3 connectivity is that it comes with 4G support which has started gaining traction in India. Other connectivity features include Bluetooth 4.1, Wi-Fi 802 a/b/g/n/ac, GPS and a microUSB 2.0 port.


  • Fingerprint sensor for chip level security
  • Bigger 4050mah battery means more performance and less charging
  • Next Gen Adreno 510 Graphics Processor
  • Full metal uni body design


  • Purchase available only by registration
  • Front glass is not scratch resistant
  • No microsd slot, so limited storage options
  • No NFC
  • Battery is not removable


In more than one way the Redmi Note 3 is no different than Note 2 but the added premium features like fingerprint scanner, bigger battery and full metal body surely makes it a better buy than its predecessor.


2. Moto G 3rd Generation

Moto G 3rd Generation is the latest edition to the Moto G line of affordable but impressive smartphones. Moto G (3rd gen) while keeping the similar price tag offers considerably improved features in comparison to the previous model.

OS and Processor

The Moto G (3rd Gen) is equipped with an upgraded 64-bit 1.4 GHz Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor, 2 GB RAM and advanced Adreno 306 Graphics processor. Unlike its predecessor hardware wise this is a massive upgrade to the latest phone in Moto G Series. This upgraded hardware will allow you to fully utilize Android Lollipop features leading to flawless gaming and seamlessly streaming of HD videos without any lag.


Moto G 3rd Gen features a 5″ IPS LCD display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. With a pixel density of 294ppi it offers a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels which may not wow you. However considering the steller price it is being offered at, it has decent viewing angles and provides good contrast even under bright sunlight. The battery is comparatively bigger at 2,470mAh and is on par even with higher priced models.

Camera and Storage

Moto G 3rd Gen offers a primary camera of 13 MP which is basically the same 13-megapixel camera from Nexus 6 but with f/2.0 lens. It offers a huge improvement over Moto G 2nd Gen 8MP camera with detailed and crisp photos and better low light photography with dual-tone LED flash. The company has kept the camera interface minimal which resembles Moto X and you just have to tap the screen to take pictures as autofocus is switched on by default. It also features a front camera of 5 MP with f/2.2 lens which if not great is adequate for selfie shots.


Moto G 3rd gen supports dual sim and 4G as well. Other connectivity features include Wi-fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, GPS with A-GPS, Bluetooth 4.0 with sensors as proximity sensor and an accelerometer.


  • IPX7 water resistance
  • Upgraded 13 MP primary camera over previous Moto G 8MP camera
  • Bigger 2,470 mah battery
  • 1.4 GHz Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor


  • 1GB RAM in 8GB model, only 16 GB model comes with 2 GB RAM
  • No NFC
  • Battery is not removable


Moto G 3rd gen overall sports the best features in the Moto G series of phones with superb build quality, upgraded 13 MP camera and good battery life at a superb price point.

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