Top 5 smartphones under Rs 10,000 for this Diwali

Motorola took the sub 10k market in India by storm by launching the Moto E at a crazy price of under Rs 7,000. If you are a first time smartphone user or wish to introduce someone to the world of Android, then the Moto E makes a great choice under Rs 10,000.
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Motorola took the sub 10k market in India by storm by launching the Moto E at a crazy price of under Rs 7,000. If you are a first time smartphone user or wish to introduce someone to the world of Android, then the Moto E makes a great choice under Rs 10,000.

Xiaomi Redmi 1s has managed to make much of the competition irrelevant with its cunning pricing strategy. The new update finally adds polishing to the performance making it worth the price at Rs 5,999.
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Xiaomi Redmi 1s has managed to make much of the competition irrelevant with its cunning pricing strategy. The new update finally adds polishing to the performance making it worth the price at Rs 5,999.

If you are looking at the budget category then the Canvas A1, priced at Rs 6,499, is worth a look before taking the plunge.
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If you are looking at the budget category then the Canvas A1, priced at Rs 6,499, is worth a look before taking the plunge.

For a thousand bucks more, the Lava Iris X1 does offer a lot more features to warrant this bump in price compared to Moto E. It has a bigger display, a front facing camera and a much better rear camera with dual LED flash.
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For a thousand bucks more, the Lava Iris X1 does offer a lot more features to warrant this bump in price compared to Moto E. It has a bigger display, a front facing camera and a much better rear camera with dual LED flash.

The youngest in the Zenfone family – the 4-inch Zenfone 4 - also appears to be a good deal at Rs 6,999.
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The youngest in the Zenfone family – the 4-inch Zenfone 4 - also appears to be a good deal at Rs 6,999.





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