5 Smartphone of 15000 INR to buy in 2014

Smartphones are the king of the market. Its quality device has good reason to hit the jackpot. It brings absolute best of hardware in a well-built processor. With its elegant hardware muscle, though, you might want to protect it as possibly you can.

This time I have come up with 5 smartphones of Rs 15000 of 2014. Let the world come out of the confusion in the rush of mid-range handsets and how these smartphones are the best selling of today.

1. Moto G

Trust me Moto G is the best buy according to me in the mid range phone. Being sold like a piece of cake after the three months of the launch in India is sufficient to tell its worth in the market. The Flipkart launched Moto G is giving good performance.

Price: 8 GB 12,499 RS,  16 GB 13,999 RS

2. Micromax Canvas Turbo:

This phone has amazing camera which you cannot get at such low cost. Turbo’s Canvas Knight version is lighter in weight as comparison to others phone.

PRICE: 14,421 INR

3. Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro:

Samsung is most reliable and trustworthy brand for many people. As it has good sales service rather than other Indian brands of mobile.

PRICE: 13,620 INR

4. Lenovo P780:

Lenovo P780 USP is its battery back up at its range. The jelly bean version phone market value is good because of its overall performance.

Price: 14,600 

5. HTC Desire 310:

This phone could be the top choice after the Moto G but its 510 MB RAM has snatched its place. Apart from its hardware the phone can be good option with the low cost.

Price:11,340 INR

Hope you like my list. Thanks

Update: Motorola Moto E is also a mid range phone priced at 6999 INR only, Check out the details here

 

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