Indian smartphones market is filled with large number of price sensitive users and that is the reason that mid-range smartphones have recently witnessed largest sales numbers. What's the USP of this category? All the smartphone manufacturers try to give their best specifications at an affordable price to outsell each other in the competition.
Whether it is quad core processor or 2GB of RAM, 16GB internal storage, some added expandable memory options via a card slot, high-end camera optics, 1080p display all decent features are seen in this range of handsets.
Samsung, HTC, Nokia, Sony, and more, all manufacturers make sure to stuff their smartphones with power and features on par to rival against each other. And by lowering the prices, these global tech titans are able to get blistering sales in the emerging markets like India.
That being said, catering to the same demand of the customers, GizBot is here to talk about the latest mid-range smartphones which can be your primary smartphone option, if you are planning to buy one.
Let us start one by one, talking about their best specification parameter. Take a look at the slideshow below.
Micromax Canvas Turbo
Micromax is the best example of catering to the Indian Smartphone market needs and that is the reason they are second best smartphone manufacturer in India. After taking Jack Hughman as their brand ambassador, Micromax Canvas Turbo A250 (5-Inch Display) is the recent flagship device launched after Micromax Canvas 4.
Major attractions of this device is the Mediatek Quad Core MTK6589T processor (working at 1.5 GHz) and the primary camera of 13MP. This is the best processor in any of the flagship devices revealed till date by Micromax. The OS on which it will operate is the Jellybean (Android 4.2.1), and as of now there is no news on its upgrade.
This device is better in terms of performance when compared with their most popular device, Micromax Canvas HD. It has been priced nearly Rs. 19,299 and it is available on almost all the online portals.
Nokia Lumia 520
This is the Windows Phone 8 powered smartphone which will never lag throughout the time you have it with you. The sole reason for this is the Windows Phone OS, which is pretty much famous for this fact. But the looks and feel of this device is not good because it has disappointed a large bunch of users in past.
The processor is not so powerful as available in the other Android devices under the same price range But it comes with Window Phone 8 OS, which is the latest one and a 5MP primary camera (and of course Nokia Lumia handset's cameras are the best till date).
Gionee Elife E6
This brand is getting more popular with the release of their every flagship device. In China they have got a strong hold, but it in India due to the lack of service centers they are still on their back foot.
Still Gionee Elife E6 comes with some great specifications including 5-inch 1080 x 1920 display powered by 1.5ghz processor alongside 2GB RAM and 13-megapixel rear camera.
Sony Xperia C
This smartphone comes with a classy unibody built and has got some rave reviews from tech experts for its performance, battery life and HDR photography.
Xperia C is a 5 inch TFT Capacitive touchscreen Dual SIM smartphone, which comes with Android v4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) OS, 8 MP Primary Camera, 0.3 MP Secondary Camera, 1.2 GHz MTK6589 Quad Core Processor and 2330 mAh battery with a Stamina mode feature.
LG G Pro Lite
After looking at the hardware quality of LG Nexus 5 and LG G2, you will certainly be impressed with the LG smartphones. This device LG G Pro Lite falls in the category of phablets with the display size of 5.5 inches display and a lot of UX features.
The camera specifications are similar to that of Sony Xperia C with 8 MP camera on the back and 1.3 MP camera in the front, besides other features include Android v4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS, 1 GHz MT6577 dual core processor, expandable storage capacity of 32 GB and 3140 mAh battery