Best Dual Camera Smartphones Under 15,000 INR | April 2019
If you are looking to buy a new smartphone with dual rear cameras you are in good luck. The Indian smartphone market has been on the rise and the technology field has been very competitive. This has led to a lot of good launches lately. It is the perfect time to buy a new smartphone.
Dual cameras are very common nowadays. But not every phone company knows how to utilize the extra camera lens in the best way. So before selecting on a smartphone, you should know the various uses of dual cameras.
One lens will always be the primary camera whereas an extra shooter can be of different types – a depth sensor for bokeh effect, a telephoto lens for zooming farther than normal cameras can or a wide-angle lens for capturing more into the frame. So before pulling the trigger select the feature you want to use.
Best Dual Camera Phones Under ₹15,000 in India
But in case you can raise up the budget then you can also check out our list of Best Dual Camera Smartphones below 20000 in India.
The first smartphone by Xiaomi’s subbrand Redmi. This smartphone was launched a while ago and has won the hearts of all Indians. Running the show is a Snapdragon 675 processor which is blazing fast. Accompanied with a very beautiful 6.3-inch FHD+ display with a dot notch and a 48 MP superior camera, this smartphone really provides the best value for money.
+Best CPU performance
-Fast charger not bundled in the box
RealMe 3 Pro is the worthy successor to the RealMe 2 Pro. This phone houses a blazing fast Snapdragon 710 SoC in the aggressive price. This chip is capable of lag-free performance and excellent gaming. The water-drop notch and the glossy design provide great looks to this phone. The VOOC fast charging is an added benefit. The cameras of this device are simply mind-blowing. This phone takes excellent shots both in daylight and lowlight.
+Best Gaming performance
+VOOC Fast Charging
-Plastic build made to look like glass
This phone ticks all the important points staying in a budget. It comes with a Snapdragon 660 processor and 6GB of Ram. This phone offers superior lag-free performance and gaming experience. The aggressive price made this device a convincing buy when it was launched but now the market has got even more competitive so Asus has dropped the prices.
+Massive 5000 mAh battery
-Poor build quality than the competition
-No USB Type-C
This year Samsung has stepped up their game with their budget M series smartphones. This Android phone comes with the latest Infinity-U display from Samsung which provides great looks to the phone. The exynos 7904 chipset is not a great performer by any means but it does offer lag-free performance for everyday tasks. The cameras are really good too. If you want a Samsung phone, Galaxy M30 is your best bet in this budget.
+Good looking design
-Poor gaming performance
The Xiaomi Mi A2 is a good choice for the money. It was launched for a very high price but now Xiaomi has dropped the price to ₹11,999. It offers a Snapdragon 660 processor with 4GB Ram for a very aggressive price. The cameras are above average. The smartphone seems to be a convincing deal with the Android One label on top. Google vanilla experience with the latest updates are the benefit here.
+Android One platform
-No headphone jack
-Smaller battery than the competition (3000 mAh)
The Honor Play was launched at ₹20,000 in August 2018. It was the best deal then as it came with the flagship grade specs and very nice performing cameras. It lost some attention because of the launch of Poco F1 and other competitors. But now Honor has dropped the price by ₹14,999 and it this price it is a no-brainer. It could be the best phone to buy under 20k that provides the best bang for the buck.
The Huawei owned Honor brand is known for its budget offerings. The Honor 8X is no exception. The notched FHD+ display and the Hisilicon Kirin 710 being the strongest points of this device, the cameras a pretty good too. After all, Huawei is known for their camera-centric phones.
+Good looking glass design
-No fast charging
-No USB Type-C