Best Android Phones Under Rs. 20,000 / $200

Written By: Hafsa Wajeeh

With a lot of features and interesting advanced options, Android phones have become the first choice for everyone. More and more people are opting for an Android phone. A problem that many people find in buying an Android phone is its high rates. Most of the high-end smartphones are expensive, but still there are many that are available at reasonable prices. Here we are going to tell you five dual core Android phones that you can buy for under Rs. 20,000. Here we go:

 Sony Xperia Sola:

Sony Xperia Sola is available in the market with dual core 1 GHz cortex A-9 processor, and Android v 2.3 (Gingerbread). Update is available for Android up to v4.0. The touch screen is 3.7 inches with 480*854 pixels display. The RAM is 512 MB, and internal memory is 8GB and supports micro SD card up to 32 GB.  You can take photos with 5 MP camera that is supported by Auto focus and LED flash. Android NFC Smart tag, available in Sony Xperia Sola, can make your life easy, as it can perform simple daily tasks with a single touch. Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPRS, 3G, and other options are available for connectivity. Get your Sony Xperia Sola for just 20,990.

 Sony Xperia U:

This Android phone runs on a dual core, 1GHz cortex A-9 processor. The internal memory of Sony Xperia U is 8 GB, with a RAM of 512 MB. No sdcard support available. The OS is Android v2.3 (Gingerbread), but you have an option to upgrade it up to v4.0. You can capture your memorable moments with the help of 5MP camera, auto-focus, and LED flash. You can also capture 3D panorama using Xperia U. 3G technology is also present in it. With high resolution, and good picture quality, any movie or video can be enjoyed on this phone. You can get Sony Xperia U for Rs. 18,500.

 QMobile Noir A11:

The new Noir series of QMobile consists of smartphones with some really awesome features. Noir A11 is powered by 1 GHz dual core processor. It has a built-in memory of 4GB, but if you want more, you can add a micro SD card of up to 32 GB. The RAM is 512 MB. Q mobile has launched Noir A11 with 5 inches touch screen. You can upgrade Android v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) to v4.1 (Update date not announced). In addition to the 5MP HD camera with LED flash, Noir A11 has a front camera that you can use for video calling. For connectivity, Noir A11 offers GPS, 3G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. It is available in the market for only Rs. 18,000.

 Gfive A78 Ferrari:

This smartphone is launched with a 4.3 inches touch screen. You can download stuff, run apps, and browse the web faster with dual core 1 GHz processor. It uses Android v 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). Only 512 MB built-in memory is available in Gfive A78, but you have an option to add a micro SD card of up to 32 GB. This smartphone comes with 8MP camera, and Auto focus to capture HD images and make videos. A front camera is also included in it to make video calls. The price of this smartphone is only Rs. 16,800.

 QMobile Noir A10:

This is another release of QMobile. It is launched with a wide 5 inches touch screen. Dual core 1 GHz processor has enhanced the overall performance of Noir A 10, with Android v 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich). The built-in memory of this smartphone is 1.48 GB, you can add up to 32 GB more by using a micro SD card. RAM is same as in others, that is 512 MB. It is a good phone for those who love to take photos as it has 8MP camera with Auto focus and LED flash, front camera helps you to make video calls. Noir A 10 offers Wi-Fi, GPS, 3G, and Bluetooth for connectivity. You can buy a QMobile Noir A10 for just Rs. 16,950.

So, these were the 5 Android smartphones that are available in the market for Rs. 20,000 or less. All these smartphones feature a dual core processor with minimum 512MB RAM. I hope that you have found one for you that best suits your needs. Please share this article with your friends, so they can also get benefit. And don’t forget to give us your feedback. Have a good day!

About author: This is a guest post written by Hafsa Wajeeh. She is an enthusiast blogger and writes about latest gadgets on her blog, dtopgadgets.com.

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