Android phones are popular all over the world. Google is activating 1,000,000 Android Phones daily. In India, Android Phones below Rs 15000 are on high demand. More than 33 models are available in this range in India.
Now, lets have a ride through the top ten Cheapest Android Phones available in India!
Acer beTouch E110
This is cheapest of all. It’s available at Rs 7000. It has 2.8 inch touch screen and Android 1.5 with additional features like mini USB, 3.2 mega pixel camera and FM radio.
Samsung Galaxy 5 I5503
This masterpiece is found at Rs 8869. It runs with Android 2.1 and powered with 600 MHz processor and up to 16GB expandable memory.
This runs on 600 MHz ARM processor and 256 MB RAM and has Wi-Fi, FM radio and USB with a price tag of Rs 10,500 only.
LG GT540 Optimus
With a price of Rs 10749, this phone offers 3 mega pixel camera, 600 MHz processor, Bluetooth support and 3inch touch screen.
It’s available at Rs. 10749 and has features like 3.3 screen touch screen, 5 mega pixel camera, mini USB, Fm radio and Wi-Fi etc.
With a price of Rs 10999, this beautiful Android phone will surely impress you with features like extra battery life, 600 MHz processor and 8GB memory card.
Samsung Galaxy 3 I5801
It costs Rs 11799 and operates with Qualcomm 667 MHz processor. It offers features like 3.2 mega pixel camera, Wi-Fi, USB and a 32GB SD card etc.
Motorola Quench XT3
This one is available at Rs 12299 and runs with Android 2.1. It has features like 3.2 mega pixel camera, 256MB RAM, Wi-Fi and 3.2 captive touch screen.
Samsung Galaxy i7500
This is the most expensive phone of the Samsung galaxy series. Its price is Rs 12499. The USP of this phone is its 5 mega pixel camera. It also has 3.2-inch capacitive touch screen, a processor that works at a speed of 528 MHz and 8GB memory.
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini
With a price of Rs 12899, the Xperia X10 Mini has a 5 mega pixel camera. It is powered by Qualcomm’s 600 MHz processor too.
So what are you waiting for? Rush to your nearest store and grab one of these for yourself. Then let me know your take on that.