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Sunday, April 3, 2011

Top 5 Phones Under Rs. 5000 in 2011

We all love to use and read about high-end smartphones. But the truth is that a majority of India's population still buys phones that are priced below Rs. 5,000. This little fact went down rather well with all the Indian cell phone manufacturers, who were more than willing to flood the market with their cheap, Chinese toys. Of course, those who value quality even at this price range know better than to stay away from such phones. But then what options are they left with? Luckily for them, some of the more established players in the mobile phone segment still have some good phones to offer in this price range and so today, we will be listing them out for you, so you won't ever have to think about going for a Micromax, Maxx Mobile, Karbonn, Lava, Zen, BlackCherry, Lemon, Orange, Pineapple and so on.
The top 5 tech2get picks are as follows :

1: Nokia 5030 - Rs. 1,556

Just want a basic phone for making calls and messages and occasionally to listen to the radio? Then the Nokia 5030 is just for you. It looks fairly attractive for a phone in this price range and best of all has a built-in FM radio that does not even require you to plug in the headset. It also has a sizable 1.8-inch 128 x 160 resolution display, built-in flashlight and a 1020mAh battery that is rated to give up to 10 hours of talk time on a single charge.

2. Samsung E2370 - Rs. 2,689

The Samsung E2370 is for those who want a tough phone. It is IP54 certified and is splash, shock and dust proof. You can drop it from the height of several feet or submerge the phone in water and it will still work fine. It also has a handy flashlight built-in, 128 x 160 resolution display, microSD card slot with MP3 playback, stereo FM radio with recording, VGA camera with video recording and a massive 2000mAh battery, which can give up to 22 hours of talk time.

3. Samsung Champ C3303 - Rs. 3,799

If you thought it would be impossible to get a decent touchscreen phone in this price range then you were wrong. The Samsung Champ is a cute and trendy touchscreen phones that comes with a lot of features for its price. For starters, it has a 2.4-inch 320 x 240 resistive touchscreen display. It also has a 1.3 megapixel VGA resolution camera with video recording, microSD card slot, 3.5mm headphone jack, stereo loudspeakers and Bluetooth connectivity. It also comes with all your social networking applications built-in. The phone is available in four color options: black, white, pink and wine red.

4. Sony Ericsson Cedar - Rs. 4,852

Now that 3G has finally arrived on our shores, it makes sense to invest in a 3G enabled handset if you are someone who browses a lot on their phone. And it's not just your run-of-the-mill UMTS support that phones in this price range usually come with. The Cedar supports HSDPA up to speeds of 7.2Mbps and HSUPA up to speed of 2Mbps, which is pretty darn good for a phone in this price range. The phone also comes with a good built-in web browser and you can even connect it to your computer and use it as a 3G modem. The phone also has a nice compact form-factor with an attractive design and solid build, a good display, comfortable keypad and a 3.5mm headphone jack for listening to music with your own headphones.

5. Motorola EX115 - Rs. 4,749

A little known phone from Motorola, the EX115 is the one to get if you want a phone with a QWERTY keypad in this price range. For starters, it is a dual SIM phone, has a large 2.3-inch QVGA display and a 3 megapixel camera. It has a microSD card slot and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It's a Motorola phone, so you can expect great build and call quality. When compared with the likes of the Samsung Chat 322 and the Nokia X2-01, the EX115 comes out on top as it has a better display than the Chat 322 and a better camera than both of them. 

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