10 Most Durable Smartphones Under Rs 10,000 in India

    If you want to know what the best durable smartphone on the market is, then you've come to the right place.

    These days a decent smartphone can be purchased up for under 10k. Ranked in order, here are our pick of the 10 smartphones available at the moment.

    Huawei's budget smartphone packs in a host of premium features without the high-end price, including fast performance and decent imaging capabilities. It's the battery life that really sets this handset apart from the crowd, making it one of the best Android handsets to have an exceptional battery life. Overall, the Honor 4C is the best-designed phone Huawei has ever created in the medium range segment. 

    Asking price - Rs. 8,999

    While we find the Moto E (Gen 2) stylish and well-built handset for its budget price, its poor performance means that the Honor 4C remains the best mid-end handset around and is worth the extra Rs. 2,000.

    Asking price - Rs. 6,999

    The Honor Bee may not look high-end, it's an affordable Android smartphone. It might not have an Honor 4X-like elegant design, but it does offer a large screen, dual-SIM slots, expandable storage and good battery life.

    Asking price - Rs. 4,999

    The Lumia 535 has a lot to offer at Rs. 7,000, with a quad-core processor, a 5-megapixel front-facing camera and support for microSD cards. But while it may be faster than the Honor Bee in many respects the Lumia 535 is the inferior phone - and not just in terms of its poor display but also in terms of fluctuating performance.

    Asking price - Rs. 7,200

    Makes plenty of compromises to keep costs down; the Desire 526G Plus isn't the best budget phone from HTC. Performance is mediocre in places, and the same can be said about its battery life.

    Asking price - Rs. 9,294

    It's a bit better than the original A6000, but almost everything else is the same. Unfortunately the phone doesn't have a good camera, so it can't compete in the imaging front. Nevertheless, the Lenovo A6000 Plus is the perfect phone for multitaskers.

    Asking price - Rs. 7,499

    The Honor Holly is the best phone you can buy around Rs. 7,000 price bracket. It has everything a budget phone has, with added brilliant camera. Anyway, the Honor Holly has no compromises.

    Asking price - Rs. 6,999

    We all adore Samsung's Galaxy range of smartphones, but the Galaxy Core 2 compromises in too many areas to make it a bargain at Rs. 7,325. You're better off with an Honor 4C - or else buy an Honor 4X (4G) at Rs. 10,499.

    Asking price - Rs. 7,325

    Samsung's Galaxy Prime isn't the best budget smartphone around. At Rs. 8,830, it's got great build quality, a decent screen, mediocre cameras and runs Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box.

    Asking price - Rs. 8,830

    Xiaomi has produced the finest entry-level handset yet. In addition to a smart new look, Xiaomi has bumped up the speed and camera quality. However, the phone doesn't have an excellent display, which surely is a deal breaker.

    Asking price - Rs. 6,999

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