Best Android Mobile Phones Under ₹20000

When you consider the current smartphone market, you can easily get an excellent phone for a pretty small figure. LogicalShout has always recommended the best options for you in budget segments, but if you have a little more to spare, it’s time for a real upgrade.

best phones under 20000

There are plenty of great options if you are looking for a smartphone under Rs.20,000. Picking one is pretty time-consuming, but luckily we are here to help you out. 

You have some great options from some of the best brands available in India, and you wouldn’t be disappointed. Without further ado, let’s get on to the list.

You can check out the Smartphone Category to find out the different price range best smartphones also have a look at the best phones under Rs.15000.

Best Mobiles Under Rs.20,000

1.Poco X2Overall Best Pick
2.Realme X2Runner-Up Pick
3.Realme 6 ProBest for Gaming
4.Motorola One Fusion +Stock Android
5.Samsung Galaxy M31Best Battery Backup
6.Realme XTBest With OLED Display
7.Redmi Note 9 ProBest Build Quality
8.Redmi K20Pop-up Selfie Camera
9.Poco M2 ProBest Budget Friendly
10.Vivo Z1xHonourable Mention

The list is created after much research, compression and personal experiences with some of the smartphones, in the list all smartphones are best, we have ranked these phones from best to good.

1) Poco X2

Poco X2

Poco originally made its debut as a sub-brand of Xiaomi. They have since become independent and look sorted to rule the Indian smartphone market. The Poco X2 might be a rebranded Redmi K30 4G, but the phone outperforms all the models in the segment. 

Build Quality & Design – After being silent for a long time, Poco announced its latest Smartphone, the Poco X2. Although a rebranded Redmi K30, the phone took the market by storm. And the design played a significant role.

The Poco X2 is visually beautiful, with a lot of color options to choose from. The glass rear is sturdy, and you won’t pick up scratches now and then. The circular camera module made many think that it is a camera bump, but in reality, it was a well-played design by the company.

You get a side-mounted fingerprint sensor that is accurate and quick to respond. There is a headphone jack in the bottom and even an IR blaster to remotely control devices. The Poco X2 is a perfect package for anyone looking for the best Smartphone under Rs.20,000.

Processor & RAM – The Poco X2 isn’t short of power as well. Under the hood, you get the Snapdragon 730G, a powerful processor that can handle any task you through at it. The phone comes in three variants – 6GB RAM/ 64GB Storage, 6GB RAM/128GB storage and 8GB RAM/265 Storage.

Poco X2 faces no issue in day-to-day handling tasks. It does exceptionally well when it comes to gaming as well. If you want the variant that can outpower anything you throw at it, Logicalshout recommends the 8GB RAM variant that will cover you in all aspects.

Display – Display is one of the standout points in the Poco X2. The Smartphone features a 120Hz display, which means higher refresh rating making the entire interface smoother than ever. 

Combine that with the massive 6.67-inch display, and you get one of the most beautiful displays you can get for Rs.20,000. The tagline for Poco matches with the description after all.

Camera – Poco X2 is equipped with a quad-camera setup. The primary camera is the Sony IMX686 sensor, the same sensor used across multiple devices, even some flagships. The primary camera produces great pictures in all lighting conditions. In our test, it performed entirely well at night as well. Photos had the right light and were clear and crisp.

For selfies, you have a dual-camera upfront. The pictures are excellent in quality and have the perfect blend of it.

Battery – Battery was never supposed to be a weak point for the Smartphone. Powered by the 4,500mAh battery, the Poco can last easily longer than a day. The Type C port also is supported with an 18W quick charge that can juice up the phone in no time.

Key Features:

  • Snapdragon 730G processor
  • Three distinct variants
  • 4,500mAh battery
  • 18W fast charge
  • 6.67-inch display
  • 120Hz display
  • Quad camera setup
  • Dual selfie cameras 

Verdict

The Poco X2 is undoubtedly at the top of the hill. The Smartphone has the best features you can ask for, and with a 120Hz display, it doesn’t get smoother than this. Camera performance is exceptional, and the battery backup is efficient. If you are looking for the best phone under Rs.20,000, this is the phone you need to buy.

Pros 

  • Camera performance
  • Design
  • Battery life 
  • Performance in general

Cons

  • The phone is large and heavy

2) Realme X2

Realme X2

Realme has a similar storyline as Poco. Coming in as the sub-brand of Oppo, Realme started to hold a great fort in the smartphone market. Soon they were independent and are now one of the biggest names in the country. The Realme X2 is a direct threat to Poco’s Smartphone and can stand toe-to-toe against the same.

Build Quality & Design – When it comes to design, Realme hasn’t been experimenting a lot. The Realme X2 has the same design cues as the Realme XT. The phone is sturdy and easy to hold, so if you do not worry about the design much, it is a great choice.

You get the headphone jack, USB C port, and a dedicated slot for the Micro SD card. The color options are good to choose from, but most are the same that are available in other Realme devices.

Processor & RAM – Realme X2 is powered by the same Snapdragon 730G you see in the Poco X2. So, performance isn’t a question here. It is on par with the Poco X2. The available variants are very different. With the Relame X2, you can opt for 4GB RAM/64GB Storage, 6GB RAM/128GB storage, or 8GB RAM/128GB Storage. So, in terms of variants, Poco X2 does have the upper hand. 

The pricing for the Realme X2 is also a bit higher than Poco’s Smartphone. So, it comes down to one’s choice. 

Display – Realme X2 takes an edge here but not by a lot. The smartphone ships with a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display, but there is no higher refresh rate. The fingerprint sensor is under the display and is accurate, but slower than what you get from rear or side-mounted ones. There is also Gorilla Glass 5 for extra protection.

Camera – Cameras are very similar to the Realme XT. There are no extra additions, and even the camera module is designed the same. As we’ve mentioned in earlier blog posts, one issue we encounter with Realme smartphones’ camera is how they oversaturate the pictures. It is visible in the Realme X2 as well. 

Night photography is just average from the phone. There is nothing out of the ordinary, but being a budget range smartphone, we can only expect so much.

Battery – The 4000mAh battery is a great companion for all your needs. Realme ships the phone with a 30W charger, now this might not be the fastest charging speed you’ll see out there, but is equally good among the best.

Key Features:

  • Snapdragon 730G SoC
  • Three distinct variants
  • 4000mAh battery
  • 30W fast charge
  • 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display
  • Realme UI
  • Quad camera setup

Verdict

The Realme X2 was overpowered by another X2, the Poco. However, they are toe-to-toe competitors for the top spot. Realme X2 shines bright with its cameras and overall performance. The software does need some tweaks for optimal performance, yet it is the second-best pick for the best Smartphone under Rs.20,000.

Pros 

  • Design
  • Battery and charging speed
  • Performance

Cons

  • Low light photography

3) Realme 6 Pro

Realme 6 Pro

There have to be multiple entries from Xiaomi and Realme in such lists. The Realme 6 Pro is an excellent balance between specifications and raw power, and if you are looking for a great smartphone, this might just be the one.

Build Quality & Design – The Realme 6 Pro has a slight difference in design, at least in the back. The glossy gradient back is beautiful. When you consider the weight, it is on the same level as the Poco X2, large and a little bulky.

Power button doubles up as the fingerprint sensor. Yes, there is no in-display sensor because Realme 6 Pro doesn’t ship with an AMOLED panel. Apart from that, you get the regular headphone jack and speakers at the bottom.

Processor & RAM – Realme 6 Pro is powered by the Snapdragon 720G, a variant that can still compete with the 730G. The processor is capable of handling tasks and games well. Three variants are standard here: 6GB RAM/64GB Storage, 6GB RAM/128GB storage, and 8GB RAM/128GB Storage.

Realme UI has been tuned over the years and is now clean and smooth to use. The additional features are exciting to try out, but you might end up encountering some bloatware, which you can get rid of.

Display – The display isn’t anything special, but it is bright and viewable. Realme 6 Pro dons a 6.6-inch LCD display with a dual-punch hole with enough viewing screen and great angles.

Camera – There is a quad camera setup once again. Here you get a 64MP primary lens, 8MP Ultra-wide, 12MP telephoto, and a 2MP macro lens. The photos came out great in the day, but coming tonight, they were a little off. The oversaturation of some pictures was also evident, but not all the time. 

Selfies do a great job, but the edge detection in portrait modes could have been better. The overall outcome is excellent, and the camera modes are fun to interact with.

Battery – You are unlikely to run out of juice with the Realme 6 pro. Featuring a 4,300mAh battery alongside a 15W USB C charging, speed is quick, and battery efficiency is on point, saving you a lot of time. 

Key Features:

  • Snapdragon 720G SoC
  • Three variants
  • 6.6-inch LCD display
  • Quad camera setup
  • 4,300mAh battery
  • 15W Type C charging

Verdict

The Realme 6 Pro is still a great pick under the price range. There is no visible design change, but performance-wise, its right on the mark. The battery and everything is right; however, the phone is a bit on the bulkier side. 

Pros 

  • Design
  • Battery
  • Performance

Cons

  • Bulky
  • Bloatware present

4) Motorola One Fusion+

Motorola One Fusion+

Motorola once held a prominent name among the greats. They suffered a slip after a while, but now they are back with some powerful smartphones. The Motorola One Fusion+ is one great choice to look at, and it is appealing thanks to what it brings to the table.

Build Quality & Design – The Motorola One Fusion + is right on in terms of design. The Smartphone has a real striking design, and we loved it. It is a little heavy, and you might not get the best grip in it, but it does look stunning.

The Motorola emblem hosts the fingerprint sensor in the rear. It is relatively fast and accurate. The headphone jack is present alongside Type C charging for faster charging time. 

Design-wise, the phone is on the right track. The colors are popping, and for all those youngsters out there, the Fusion + is an excellent choice to take a look at.

Processor & RAM – The processor is the same you’d see in the Poco and the Realme X2. The Snapdragon 730G is fast and powerful enough to handle daily tasks, and even if you game a lot, this phone is efficient in handling some of the top tier games such as PUBG, Fortnite, and more.

Now there is only a single variant of the phone; 6GB RAM/128GB Storage. Motorola phones run on stock android, and the buttery feel you get while using the phone makes it even more lovable. The Smartphone is also part of the Android One program, meaning you’ll get updates for years to come.

Display – Again, there is no specialty to the display, but it is bright and crisp with a 6.5-inch IPS LCD. The phone is pretty visible even under direct sunlight as well.

Camera – Motorola has chosen the quad-camera setup as well, and the primary lens is 64MP, another 8MP ultra-wide, 5MP macro, and 2MP depth sensor for portrait shots. 

The selfie camera is a popup that only comes when you turn to the selfie mode. The 16MP camera does take good shots. Coming to night mode, performance isn’t the best, but it gets the job done. There is enough light and less noise, making it a better choice if you are looking for a phone that shines on cameras.

Battery – Battery is massive coming in at 5,000mAh. Having used Motorola’s Turbo Charger in the past, I can safely say it is fast and reliable with charging speeds. Motorola One Fusion + comes with an 18W Turbo Charger, and it is pretty solid.

Key Features:

  • Snapdragon 730G
  • Near stock Android UI
  • 5,000mAh battery
  • Quad camera setup 
  • 18W Turbocharger
  • 6.5-inch LCD display

Verdict

The Motorola One Fusion + packs a great design, the best UI one can offer at a price, and an excellent camera. It is one of our favorite picks for the best mobile under Rs.20,000.

Pros 

  • Battery life
  • Design 
  • Camera performance
  • Stock android

Cons

  • Bulky in design 

5) Samsung Galaxy M31

Samsung Galaxy M31

 You cannot name a smartphone list with the most premium android brand in India. Samsung Galaxy M31 is a great over-all pick. You get the best in all fields and surely would not be disappointed. 

Build Quality & Design –  We have mentioned several times in the past how Samsung follows the same design cue for their budget lines. The same is the case with the Samsung Galaxy M31.

The Infinity U display rocks the device, and it does look good, but just too familiar. There is a prominent chin on the bottom, and although it isn’t that pleasing, we can come to terms with it. A fingerprint sensor in the rear is fast and reliable. The phone doesn’t have a good grip once you get your hands on it, but you get adjusted in a while.  

Processor & RAM – Samsung devices are equipped with their own set of processors, and the M31 isn’t any different. The Exynos 9611 SoC powers it. There is only two variants – 6GB RAM/64GB storage or 6GB RAM/128GB Storage. 

The chipset is powerful, no doubt, but it isn’t on the same level as its Snapdragon counterpart that is being shipped outside India. Multitasking and gaming are handled well by the Smartphone with no visible lag, and thanks to Samsung’s One UI, things are smoother than ever.

Display – Samsung does pull off some surprises, and the M31 falls under that category. They’ve managed to bring in a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display at such an attractive price. There is also Gorilla Glass 3 for an extra layer of protection.

Camera – Galaxy M31 follows a quad-camera setup as well. And you guessed it. The primary camera is a 64MP shooter. Cameras aren’t the best you get to see on a smartphone, but they put up a decent show. At night, there is some underperformance, which is mostly visible in all smartphones under the price range. The 32MP selfie shooter works wonder in daytime and upsets during the night. 

Battery – In terms of battery, the Smartphone is big. It packs in a massive 6,000mAh battery that can easily last two days with average usage. Furthermore, the bundled 15W charger is also helpful in getting back the charge in time.

Key Features:

  • Exynos 9611 SoC
  • 6,000mAh battery
  • 15W charger
  • 6.4-inch AMOLED display
  • Quad camera setup

Verdict

The Samsung Galaxy M31 is hands down the best Smartphone in our list when it comes to battery life. If you spend a lot of time outdoors, this is probably the best pick you should go for in search of the best phone under 20,000.

Pros 

  • AMOLED display
  • Battery life 
  • UI

Cons

  • Low camera performance 

6) Realme XT

Realme XT

The Realme XT might be a bit old, but it doesn’t take away that it is still one of the best phones under Rs.20,000. Following Realme’s classic design aesthetics and hardware, the Smartphone is one of the best picks to go for if you love the Realme brand.  

Build Quality & Design – Realme follows Samsung’s standards over here, keeping up with the same design. The Realme XT has the same rear as some of the other phones in their lineup, the likes of the Realme 6, Realme Narzo 10, and more. Don’t get us wrong; the design is eye-catchy and looks very premium.

There is Gorilla 5 on the back, and you need not worry about scratches. However, the phone is prone to slippery, atleast in our personal usage. There is USB C port for charging; you have the headphone jack and everything you can expect in a budget smartphone.

Processor & RAM – Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 SoC, the Realme XT is available in three variants – 4GB RAM/64GB Storage, 6GB RAM/64GB Storage, and 8GB RAM/128GB Storage. 

The Realme UI is smooth and user-friendly to work with. You might not want some of the pre-installed apps on your screen, and well, you can always uninstall or remove them.

Display – Surprise surprise as the Realme XT packs in a Super AMOLED panel and the Gorilla Glass 5 for extra protection. The display is crisp, and we didn’t face any issue using it under direct sunlight. 

Camera – Realme XT sort of started off the trend with the 64MP primary shooter. The quad-camera setup is present, and the cameras do a great job. Close up and long-range shots, both have great details, and if it weren’t for some oversaturation of some pictures, the Realme XT could have given some smartphones a severe competition.

Battery – Realme has decided to go with a 4000mAh battery, and it doesn’t disappoint. The 20W VOOC charge, special to Realme smartphones, gets the phone all juiced up in no time, so the lower number in terms of mAh isn’t a case of worry.

Key Features:

  • Snapdragon 712 SoC
  • Three variants
  • Super AMOLED panel
  • Quad camera setup
  • 4,000mAh battery
  • 20W fast charge

Verdict

The Realme XT has everything sorted for you. We’d have liked it better if the final outcome of pictures was refined a bit more. Having said that, the phone is still a great pick with its performance and design.

Pros 

  • Design
  • Charging speed
  • Performance 

Cons

  • Oversaturation of pictures

7) Redmi Note 9 Pro

Redmi Note 9 Pro Max

The Redmi Note 9 Pro shares many similarities with another smartphone down in our list. Nonetheless, Note 9 Pro is an excellent choice if you are a little short of budget but in need of a smartphone that gets every task done.

Build Quality & Design – Just as Realme phones, the Redmi Note 9 Pro and the Poco M2 Pro is not visually different. The camera module does have some change to it, and most color variants are the same. There is P2i coating, and even Gorilla Glass 5 installed. 

Now, coming to other features, the Redmi Note 9 Pro features a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, and it is very quick to respond. Design isn’t by any means below standards; the phone is attractive to look at.

Processor & RAM – The Snapdragon 730G powers the Redmi Note 9 Pro. There is only two variants available – 4GB RAM/64GB Storage and 6GB RAM/128GB Storage. The 730G SoC is reliable and gets all your work done, whether gaming or performing some high-end tasks. 

The MI UI 12 is user-friendly, and the recent update has made things even better for its users. 

Display – Note 9 Pro missed out on a higher refresh rate, but the display is large, coming in at 6.67-inch. The LCD panel is bright, sharp, and has everything you’d want from a quality display.  

Camera – The primary camera is not a 64MP shooter but rather 48MP. Nonetheless, performance is stable. Coupled with it are an 8MP ultra-wide lens, 5MP macro, and a 2MP depth sensor. The images are crisp and good in detail. The color reproduction is good, and the overall outcome is excellent.

Battery – Featuring a 5,020mAh battery, the Redmi Note 9 Pro isn’t short of any juice. Alongside .a 18W fast charge, you get enough battery and charging speed if you want to go out all of a sudden. 

Key Features:

  • Snapdragon 730G
  • Two variants
  • 6.67-inch LCD
  • Quad camera setup 
  • 5,020mAh battery

Verdict

The Redmi Note 9 Pro is in every way almost similar to the Poco M2 Pro. It gains an edge just for its performance and because many expected Poco to come up with something fresh and exciting. However, we can expect that change with the upcoming Poco X3. As for Redmi Note 9 Pro, it continues to enjoy the statue of being one of the best Smartphones under 20,000 that money can buy.

Pros 

  • Design
  • Battery life
  • Performance 
  • Value for money

Cons

  • Camera could have been better

8) Redmi K20

Redmi K20

The Redmi K20 is on the costlier side, and the Pro variant of the Smartphone is still priced around Rs.25,000. Redmi K20 continues to enjoy the following thanks to its flagship processor and other hardware features. If you do not mind the phone being a bit outdated, it is still one of the best smartphones money can buy.

Build Quality & Design – We have to say it when it comes to design the Redmi K20 stands out from every Smartphone in our list and for all the right reasons. The almost bezel-less screen is a beauty to look at. The curved Gorilla Glass and the aura design are peace of beauty. 

There is an aluminum build, and you know you don’t need to worry about significant damages. The pop up a front camera only adds to users’ excitement, and the Redmi K20 is right on top on many aspects.

The fingerprint sensor is an in-display variant, and it is reasonably fast and very reliable.

Processor & RAM – It is a Xiaomi flagship powered by the powerful Snapdragon 855 SoC. Performance is a major highlight, and the chip is still one of the most powerful to date. All tasks are handled with ease, and gaming is very smooth in the Smartphone. 

There are two major variants – 6GB RAM/64GB Storage and 6GB RAM/128GB storage. If you want better RAM or storage options, you can always opt for the Redmi K20 Pro. 

Display – The phone is a bit compact when you compare it to some of the other phones. A 6.39-inch AMOLED display for some of the best visuals you can get is worth investing in. If you are someone who loves playing games and watching movies, Logicalshout would recommend you get this.

Camera – The primary 48MP sensor uses the Sony IMX582 sensor, and the pictures capture good light, produce excellent clarity, and is still a heavy performer. There is also an 8MP telephoto lens and a 13MP ultra-wide lens.

The popup 20MP selfie camera is also an added treat in a total sweet package. Redmi K20 manages to perform strongly in all camera aspects.

Battery – The Redmi K20 features a 4,000mAh battery with a 27W fast charger. The charging speed makes the phone even more sensible to buy. The battery backup is excellent, and the much smaller display stands tall.

Key Features:

  • Snapdragon 855
  • 6.39-inch Super AMOLED display
  • In-display fingerprint sensor
  • Almost bezel-less display
  • Popup front camera
  • 4000mAh battery
  • 27W fast charge

Verdict

The Redmi K20 might be the oldest Smartphone of the lot, but it doesn’t sly away from making its mark. It is still one of the best phones under Rs.20,000 thanks to its flagship-grade performance and stellar design.

Pros 

  • True flagship performance
  • Camera performance
  • Battery life

Cons

  • Storage options
  • Front-camera is a bit slow to operate with

9) Poco M2 Pro

Poco M2 Pro

The Poco M2 Pro is a rebranded Redmi Note 9 Pro. Now you get what we meant by ‘similarities.’ However, there are some notable changes in the Poco device in terms of some design and hardware. Picking between the two smartphones is a challenging task, but something we can help you with.

Build Quality & Design – Just as we mentioned earlier, there isn’t any significant difference in terms of design between the Poco M2 Pro and the Redmi Note 9 Pro. The premium feel remains alongside Poco branding.

Like Note 9 Pro, the phone is a bit on the heavier side, but it is completely protected thanks to the Gorilla Glass and P2i coating.

Processor & RAM – This is a processor you saw many times in our list, and the Poco M2 Pro carries the same. The Snapdragon 720G SoC. You get to choose from 3 variants – 4GB RAM/64GB Storage, 6GB RAM/64GB Storage, and 6GB RAM/128GB Storage.

The Poco M2 Pro is more than capable of handling any task you throw at it. The Poco launcher is smooth and runs on top of MI UI 12. 

Display – The display is large and bright, as evident in Poco smartphones. M2 Pro features a 6.67-inch LCD with Gorilla Glass 5 for protection.

Camera – Camera setup is also identical to the Redmi Note 9 Pro. You get a primary 48MP sensor, 8 MP ultra-wide, 5MP macro, and a 2MP depth sensor. There is a 16MP camera upfront, which also puts up some great pictures.

Battery – The massive 5,000mAh battery is more than enough to get you through an entire day of usage. Charging comes at an added advantage with the bundled 33W fast charge. What more can you ask?

Key Features:

  • Snapdragon 720G SoC
  • Side-mounted fingerprint sensor 
  • 3 variants 
  • 6.67-inch LCD
  • 5000mAh battery
  • 33W fast charge

Verdict

The Poco M2 is a true value for money smartphone. Great design, appealing performance, and more. It is quite tough to handle on a single hand, but the phone shines bright in many areas even then. If you are looking for one of the best mobile under 20,000, you should take a look at the Poco phone as well.

Pros 

  • Design
  • Value for money
  • Battery life

Cons

  • Bulky

10) Vivo Z1x

Vivo Z1x

Vivo Z1x takes the last spot on our list and for some excellent reasons. The Smartphone comes in with a fresh design, some good cameras, and more. If you’d like to try something new, this would be an excellent pick for you.

Build Quality & Design – The Vivo Z1x has shades of the Vivo V15 but managed to bring some notable changes. We were a big fan of some of the color options as well. The design is appealing and feels premium at hand. 

The in-display fingerprint is accurate but slow in reading. You also get the protective glass installed, but it is an alternative to the Gorilla Glass but offers the same protection level. There is also a headphone jack and a USB C port.

Processor & RAM – The processor is the Snapdragon 712 SoC, and it is packed with enough to power to pull off day-to-day tasks. It is paired with 6GB RAM making it more efficient. As for storage, you can either go for the 64GB or the 128GB variant.

The funtouch OS isn’t a favorite among users, but over the years, Vivo has tweaked it to improve user experience.

Display – A full HD+ Super AMOLED display to cater to your needs is what the Vivo Z1x offers. The display is very bright thanks to it being AMOLED, and visibility is flawless. You can view the Smartphone through any angel and still be satisfied with the results.

Camera – The primary camera is the 48MP Sony IMX582 sensor. The rest of the camera specifications are as follows – 8MP ultrawide and a 2MP depth sensor. The camera manages to pick up a lot of detail, but the overall product needs many tweaks. 

Selfies are fairly a bit more bright and fair than what we expect it to be. But this is very evident in most Oppo or Vivo smartphones.

Battery – Vivo Z1x features a 4,500mAh battery supplemented with a 22.5W fast charge. Battery backup is right, and there is no issue with the charging speed as well. 

Key Features:

  • Snapdragon 712 SoC
  • Super AMOLED panel
  • 4,500mAh battery
  • Primary Sony IMX582 sensor
  • 22.5W fast charge
  • Two variants 

Verdict

The Vivo Z1x is one of the best smartphones under Rs.20,000. If it weren’t for the UI, the phone would have been ranked a bit higher on our list. However, battery life and overall performance of the device makes it a good purchase.

Pros 

  • Battery life
  • Charging speed
  • Overall performance

Cons

  • Funtouch OS
  • Camera performance

Conclusion

You have reached the end of the list of Best Phones Under Rs.20,000. The list is packed in some great smartphones from some of the top brands in the country. Undoubtedly, one from our list was suitable for your needs.

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