Best 3 Android Phones in India below Rs.10,000


The main reason for the adoption of Android is simply because it is an open source Operating System that is preferred by handset manufacturers and there is the Android market that houses more than 200,000 apps.

Indian manufacturers are introducing a number of low priced Android mobiles to suit every budget. If your budget is around  10,000 INR, then here are the best 3 Android mobiles in India falling under a budget of  Rs. 10,000- Rs. 11,000 listed.

1. Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670 Android Phone

It is a relatively small Android device that will fit nicely in your pocket and is affordable. Spec includes 3.3-inch capacitive Touchscreen, 5MP camera, and 600MHz processor running on Android 2.2 Operating System. It has internal memory 160MB and external memory – MicroSD up to 32GB and weighs 102gms. Also supports 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPRS, EDGE and it does not offer video calling facility.

Price ranges in India is from Rs. 10,500 to suit every budget, it has a classy look. The phone has opted to mimic the higher end models- call and end buttons have disappeared, these things simply improves the look of the phone.

2. LG Optimus One P500 Android Phone

This phone looks sturdy packed in a sleek classy design made out of soft touch plastic with a thin metallic rims and a chrome like bezel. The LG Optimus runs on Android OS v2.2 Froyo powered device with 600MHz processor. Display is of 3.2-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen, 256K colors and 3MP camera with autofocus.

Usually comes with Google’s suite of mobile applications and access to the Android Market. Also supports 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, MicroSD Up to 32GB, 2GB included. Its price in India is  10,299. This low-cost device offers an alternative to high-end devices.

3. Spice MI-310 Android Phone

This is the cheapest Android Smartphone available in India; its price range is around  7,300. It is powered with Android 2.2 Operating System with 600 MHz processor and has an internal memory of 100 MB and it is extendable up to 16GB with MicroSD card.

The 3.15-inch capacitive HVGA touchscreen has a resolution of 320×480 pixels and has a 2 MP Camera with LED flash option and HD Video Recording. It also supports 3G, GPS, Wi-Fi with Hotspot Functionality, USB Tethering. The battery supports a talk time of five hours.

So, which one of these Android Phone you are going to buy? I hope one of these phones will suit your budget as well as fit in your budget.

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  1. technology daily

    March 5, 2012 at 8:48 PM

    good review

  2. android phones review

    September 5, 2011 at 7:54 PM

    great android phones india under rs 10000. good review. i find out this types of phones.

  3. Prem

    July 30, 2011 at 3:09 PM

    I have Galaxy Pop(which is similar to Fit) . Camera and Battery are the difference.

    One thing about Android phone is, there are many deficiency such as no way to change threaded view, security, cant control many apps to block using internet usage etc.

    If you stop background data, then you wont be able to use most of the app. 🙁

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