When android handsets made their way into the Indian mobile market, the excitement among the users was palpable. The customised options and flexibility to download any apps have made these smartphones quite popular.
Out of many smartphones that have flooded the market, high resolutions camera phones have become the most popular. Besides making calls and sending SMS, watching videos, listening to music, the best camera phones have given the true momentum to the cell phone industry.
An increasing number of users tend to click photographs and selfies for posting on social media platforms. Higher the resolution better the pictures. You can now easily get best camera phones under Rs.10,000 with high-quality rear and front camera. Some brands have even come up with “Selfie Cameras” to tap on the latest trends.
Feeling consumers’ pulse, smartphone manufacturing companies are launching camera phones every other day that can fulfil this specific need.
After doing a detailed research, we have listed the best camera phones under Rs.10,000 in India.
Here is the List of 4 Best Camera Phones Under Rs.10,000
1. Nokia 5.1 Plus (Rs.8,999 – 9,590)
Nokia 5.1 Plus is the best camera phone under Rs. 10,000 in this list. The phone comes with dual rear cameras and has features, including Dual and P-I-P modes and Auto HDR mode.
Camera specifics contain a 13 MP primary sensor with an f/2.0 lens and a 5 MP secondary sensor. There is also an 8 MP front camera with an f/2.2 lens, along with 80.4-degree wide-angle lens for selfies and video chat.
The phone can capture the details in landscape shots when there is adequate light. It also has the secondary depth sensor for re-adjusting the focus after taking shots.
|Screen Size||5.8” (1080×2340) Display|
|Camera||13 MP + 5 MP Rear & 8 MP Front|
|Storage||32 GB (expandable upto 400 GB)|
|Operating System||Android 8.1 (Oreo)|
|Processor||MediaTek Helio P60 SoC|
2. Redmi Note 7 (Rs.9,790 – 9,999)
Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 7 is another best camera phone under Rs.10,000. One of the major features of this phone is its camera setup that has two separate sensors.
The phone has dual rear cameras, including a 12 MP primary sensor and a 2 MP secondary camera. In addition, the phone also includes a 13 MP front camera. These features make this model one of the best dual camera phones under Rs.10,000.
Colours and details are good enough in the camera. However, there is a little lack of sharpness. The night mode in the phone alters the ISO to brighten shots in low lights.
|Screen Size||6.3” (1080×2340) Display|
|Camera||12 MP + 2 MP Rear & 13 MP Front|
|Operating System||Android 8.1 Oreo|
|Processor||MediaTek Helio P70 SoC|
3. Asus ZenFone Max M2 (Rs.7,999)
Asus ZenFone Max M2 is the third in our list of best dual camera phones under Rs. 10,000. The phone includes a 13 MP rear camera along with a 2 MP depth sensor. It also has an 8 MP front camera. The phone has quality optics to deliver enhanced images. It reproduces good colour with detailed macro shots.
|Screen Size||6.26″ (1080×2280) Display|
|Camera||13 MP + 2 MP Rear & 8 MP Front|
|Operating System||Android 8.1 Oreo|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 632|
4. Redmi 6 Pro (Rs.8,799)
This list ends with the Redmi 6 Pro, which can compete with most other camera phones in the market. The phone comes with a 12 MP primary camera, and a 5 MP secondary camera. There is also a 5 MP selfie camera. For selfies, the Redmi 6 Pro produces reasonably good results under good light. However, its low-light images often look grainy.
|Screen Size||5.84″ HD (1080×2280) Display|
|Camera||12 MP + 5 MP Rear & 5 MP Front|
|RAM||3 GB / 4 GB (Options)|
|Storage||32 GB / 64 GB|
|Operating System||Android with MIUI 10|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC|
This is not a conclusive list, there are also other handsets with good battery power. We have picked these seven based on their performance and positive reviews. Out of these, Mitashi Play Thunderbolt will be available soon.
If you are not happy with the performance of your current handset, opting for any of these smartphones can save you from the hassles of repeated charging and haggard operation.
Let us know about any handset that you know and could be part of this list. Your inputs are welcome!