Top 5 Latest Mid Range Android Smartphones To Buy in India

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India will become the second largest smartphone market in the world ( after China), and is expected to grow exponentially in 2014.

In particular, the demand for mid-range smartphones, which are becoming more powerful, is contributing to the rapid growth.

Not exactly, users flocking to buy high priced smartphones, notably, the iPhone 5S and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

In fact, there's a huge opportunity in the middle of the market. Multinational brands such as Nokia, HTC, Gionee, LG and even Samsung are ready to produce affordable but feature rich smartphones for Indian market.

Just like a cheap computer has changed the dynamics of the market, in the same manner, the affordable smartphone--is emerging as the key to the internet.

With demand in mature markets such as North America and Europe easing, top smartphone makers Samsung and Sony introducing cheaper models to new markets.

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 Top 5 Latest Mid Range Android Smartphones To Buy in India

Gionee, for instance, is set to introduced its latest mid-range smartphone in India on March 31 in Goa. China-based Gionee, best known for its Elife series, will bring its Elife S5.5 into India. The company hasn't announced the price yet , but the device should be made available under Rs. 25,000 price segment.

Meanwhile, South Korean giant Samsung is no different from Gionee when it comes to promoting its mid-range handsets in India. The Samsung Galaxy Grand 2, for instance, is getting rave reviews for leading tech bloggers.

In days to come, Samsung could officially launch the Galaxy S3 Neo+ into Indian market. Expected to go official by next week, the phone might be priced at Rs. 24,900, when it gets launched. Originally, the Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo+ went on in China earlier this year.

Another handset manufacturer, Motorola, is planning to push its mid-handset range handsets ( Moto G and Moto X) more aggressively than ever. The company is in talks with retailers who want to sell Motorola-made handsets in India, where the brand still has a recall value. Motorola is the only handset manufacturer whichsells its handsets online in partnership with India's largest online retailer Flipkart.

The demand for mid-range handsets has been higher, thanks to the rising number of smartphone users in India. Thus it promoted us to cherry pick top 5 new mid-range smartphones available in India. Take a look!

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Motorola Moto X


Key Features

4.7-inch AMOLED Touchscreen with Active Display

10 MP Quick Capture Gesture Primary Camera

Android v4.4 (KitKat)

1.7 GHz Dual Core Krait CPU Water-repellent Coating

50 GB Free Storage ( Google Drive)

Support Touchless Control

16 GB Internal Memory

2200 mAh battery

Asking price- Rs. 23,999





Samsung Galaxy Grand 2


Key Features 

5.25-inch 720p HD display 

1.2GHz quad-core processor 

1.5GB of RAM 

8GB of on-board memory 

expandable memory up to 64GB via a microSD card slot 

Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

2600mAh battery 

8MP rear-facing camera 

1.9MP front-facing camera 

3G connectivity 

Asking price- Rs. 22,999


Lenovo Vibe X


Key Features

5-inch Full HD display 

Android v4.2 (Jelly Bean)

Quad core 1500 MHz processor

13 MP Primary Camera

5 MP Secondary

3G, WiFi 16 GB Internal Memory

2 GB RAM 2000 mAh, Li-Polymer battery

Asking price- Rs. 22,990 




Sony Xperia T2 Ultra


Key Features 

6-inch 720p HD IPS display 

Android v4.3 (Jelly Bean)

Quad core 1400 MHz processor

13 MP Primary Camera, 1.1 MP Secondary

3G, WiFi, DLNA, NFC 8 GB Internal Memory

Expandable up to 32 GB

1 GB RAM 3000 mAh, Li-Ion battery

Asking price- Rs. 24,099


Gionee Elife E7


Key Features 

5.5-inch FHD LCD display 

LCD Android v4.2 (Jelly Bean)

Quad core 2200 MHz processor

16 MP Primary Camera, 8 MP Secondary

3G, WiFi, NFC 16 GB Internal Memory

2 GB RAM 3500 mAh, Li-Ion battery

Asking price- Rs. 25,120

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