Top 10 phones under Rs 10,000

Top 10 phones under Rs 10,000

It has
been 15 years since the mobile phone made its India debut and last
decade-and-a-half has totally transformed how we communicate with each
other. India is the fastest growing mobile market in the world and the
sub-Rs 10,000 is the fastest growing segment. The phones are not only
getting cheaper, but they are also getting better. Here are 10 of the

HTC Smart
An entry
level HTC phone, the Smart may not be Android but behaves Androidish.
While it is not aimed at the power user, the phone has in it the zing to
satisfy the needs of the average consumer and that too with a “quietly
brilliant” price tag. (Rs 7600)

Samsung Corby Pro
stylish and feature-rich Corbys have taken the youth by storm and right
at the top of Samsung’s Corby series sits the Corby Pro. (Rs 9,282)

Nokia E63
budget baby in Nokia’s E-series of phones, the E63 doesn’t fare too bad
against it siblings and boasts of a sizeable price advantage. (Rs 8,582)

LG Cookie Plus
Samsung has its Corbys, LG has Cookies to lure the generation next.
Pegged as a social networking phone, the LG GS500v comes equipped with
3G and motion gaming. (Rs 7,200)

Samsung Monte
people like the features of the Corby but don’t quite associate with the
youthful branding. The Samsung Monte packs in features of the
successful Corby phones into a more serious-looking S5620 package. The
Samsung Monte is competitively priced too. (Rs 8,382)

HTC Touch Viva
Windows phone is the direct descendent of the HTC Touch and is an
improved version of its predecessor. For those wishing to make their
first jump into smartphones, the Touch Viva might just be the phone. (Rs

Nokia 5235
If you
have a love for music, you might want to check the Nokia 5235 out. Nokia
also packs in free access to their Ovi Music store for free music
downloads. (Rs 8,449)

Videocon V1750
This dual-SIM (GSM+GSM) touch phone from Videocon also boasts of advanced music playback capabilities. (Rs 6,595)

Samsung Corby TV
a couch potato is pushed outside his home, he wishes he could take his
TV along. With the Samsung Corby TV he can. While TV on mobile may
become a standard feature when 3G is rolled out in its full extent, till
then you can keep glued to this CDMA phone. (Rs 7,783)

Spice S7000
first touchscreen device from Spice, the S7000 is targeted towards the
movie buff. Its ability to play videos in multiple formats on its
3.2-inch screen makes it a nice mobile movie theatre. (Rs 6,300)



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