There are always new best smartphones options under Rs 15000 price segment throughout the year and apparently this is the most competitive segment also for the Indian smartphone market. Although Realme and Redmi have been dominating this segment for quite some time but the introduction has new Motorola series has changed the game.
The two big additions Motorola Moto G9 and Realme 7 have set the standards for this segment to whole new level. Realme 7 replaces Realme 6 with a marginally higher price but offers improved features. Apart from this, Samsung still maintains its position with Galaxy M21 which now starts at a slightly higher price.
If you are confused which smartphones to buy under Rs 15000, then we have done the research for you.
Here is the list of some the best choices in this range.
Best Smartphones under Rs 15000
|Phones under Rs.15000||Price (Recommended)|
|Realme 7||Rs. 14999|
|Motorola Moto G9||Rs. 11999|
|Redmi Note 9||Rs. 11999|
|Realme 6i||Rs. 12999|
|Poco M2 Pro||Rs. 13999|
|Samsung Galaxy M21||Rs. 14499|
Realme 7 is the successor of Realme 6 and offers various improved features such as new SoC, a bigger battery and a new primary rear camera. It also has an improved design which makes it look much more elegant and thinner than Realme 6. However, due to bigger battery size it has more weight and feels bulkier as a result of which it can get a little fatiguing to use.
Rest of the features remain similar as the Realme 6. Realme 7 provides amazing gaming experience, thanks to the 90 Hz refresh rate and speedy SoC. Also, with good brightness and a heavy battery this phone could easily last a day or more for heavy users. 30W charger provided in the box helps to charge the phone fairly quickly.
The main rear camera of Realme 7 works a little better than Realme 6 in both daytime and nighttime, but the camera sensors in both the phones are still the same. The quality of video is decent in daytime but it could be better in nighttime. If one already has Realme 6 then it makes sense to directly switch to Realme 7 without thinking twice.
Motorola G-series have always been loved by the people and also a backbone of Motorola in the Indian smartphone market. Motorola G9 is first launched in India and offer some great features at this price. One of the highlighted features is the lean version of Android, which Motorola calls MyUX. It gives a stock android experience backed with Motorola’s classic smartphone gestures.
Motorola G9 feels a little heavy and bulky but it is one the few smartphones available which have dedicated Google Assistant button. It is first phone in India to feature the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC, which does a decent job of keeping things running smoothly. Battery life of this phone was satisfactory but it sometimes takes longer than usual to load some heavy games.
Camera quality is quite decent and takes up some great photos in daylight. It suffers a bit in low-light but night mode helps a bit. Overall, Motorola G9 is a great phone if one wants a lean Android experience and can compromise a bit on processor.