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Smartphones have changed the way we communicate. Analysts believe that the world has adopted smartphones 5 times more than a personal computer. A few years ago, smartphones were considered to be useless, but not anymore.
Prices have fallen drastically over the months, and now more consumers can access to affordable connected devices. In many, in many ways, a smartphone has become a part of internal lives. From the design to software to battery and everything in between, a modern day smartphone has a lot more to offer.
For instance, the newly launched Samsung Galaxy Note 4 seems epic in nature. Its way more sophisticated compared to its predecessor, with better internals and externals.
Within few hours, the smartphone landscape will have changed completely from where it stands today, with the arrival of the next-generation iPhone 6. The mighty phone is expected to go official sometime later in the evening.
So far, neither Samsung nor Apple has announced the retail availability of their respective flagship handsets for the Indian market. However, you can still buy some brilliant phones at fantastic price points. For instance, the Nexus 5 is the best Android phone you can think off in the mid-range category.
At Rs. 28,000, the device offers a latest processor under the hood, and a modest 5-inch FHD screen. Similarly, the new Motorola Moto G is a great buy under Rs. 15,000. The Moto E is also not a bad option, given its retail price.
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It might be worth holding off your purchase right now, but the original iPhone 5S is still relevant in a country like India. Apple has produced a great device in the form of iPhone 5S. There's also seems great hardware on offer here, notably the camera. It is much faster when compared to similarly priced phones. At the end, you won't get disappointed with your purchase.
Like the HTC One (M8), the Nexus 5 is a very decent Android phone. It runs on the latest version of Android and is upgradable to Android L update. The smartphone offers a good screen, fast processor, awesome camera and a long battery life. It's the best value-for-money smartphone out there right now. Go for it!
Finally! The new Moto G has been launched in India. It offers a combination of decent hardware and software which we haven't seen in a while. Although not much improved over its predecessor, the new Moto G looks and feels great when we held the device for the first time. It comes with a 5-inch HD display, a quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8MP camera and more.
Motorola has impressed us with the Moto E. It is priced at just Rs. 7,000 but offers excellent hardware including a qHD display, dual-core processor and a long battery life. The device is surprisingly small and light weight in nature. It's another winner from the house of Motorola.
We actually love what Micromax has done with the Unite 2. Although not as charismatic as the Moto E, but the packed specs are so much better. The smartphone is a good all rounder with a large screen, fast processor, better camera and multi-language support