Best phones under Rs. 30,000

Best phones under 30,000

Unlike the United States or the Great Britain where mobile prices vary by a small margin, our country sees tremendous price differences due to our weak currency. This presents its own set of constraints on our public as only a short movement in prices in the US can lead to a change in thousands in Pakistan. This is what motivates us to keep our public informed about the best possibilities in all price brackets.

We’ve already showed our commitment to this motivation through coming up with compilations such as the best smartphones under 10,000 rupees, differences between successors and predecessor smartphones such as the A5 vs A5 2016 etc. and this particular article is a continuation of that commitment. Let’s get rolling with the best smartphones under 30,000 rupees in Pakistan.

#10 Huawei P9 Lite

Price: ~Rs. 26,000

The P9 Lite gets the ball rolling in the best way possible. This stunning Lite release cannot be taken Lite-ly by any means as it possess some excellent specifications which include a 5.2 inches 1080p HD touchscreen, a slender 7.5mm width and a wholesome metallic build.

The smartphone is powered by a fiery combination of an Octa-Core processor and 3GB RAM meaning that the P9 Lite is only Lite by name. Its cameras stand at 13 megapixels for the primary sensor while the selfie camera features an 8 megapixel sensor.

#9 Xiaomi Mi 4

Price: ~Rs. 25,000

Xiaomi is slowly and steadily spreading its wings in Pakistan and we’re sure that it’ll prove to be a big hit. The Pakistani community loves having powerful smartphones but on the other hand do not always have the means to get one. Xiaomi is bridging that gap and the Mi 4 is just the beginning.

The smartphone is power and aesthetics combined; it is powered by a 2.5 GHz Quad-Core processor with 3GB of RAM, has two gigantic cameras in the form of a 13 megapixel primary and 8 megapixel selfie sensor, excellent build quality, a large 3080 mAh battery and a 5 inches 1080p touchscreen to round-off its brilliant set of features.

P.s: The features just don’t stop here, head over to our website to find more about the Mi 4.

#8 Samsung Galaxy J7 2016

Price: ~Rs. 26,000

The J series’s area of expertise lies within the aforementioned price range. The J7 2016 is one of the darling releases by Samsung this year which brings some improvements upon its successor, the J7.

The device contains a host of lovely features which include a well polished plastic finish, 5.5 inches 720p touchscreen, Octa-Core processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB internal storage and two excellent cameras with both of them being aided by LED flashes. The smartphone is 7.8mm at its thickest while a large 3300 mAh battery promises to provide good battery life.

#7 Lenovo K5 Note

Price: ~Rs. 30,000

Lenovo is no longer limited to producing excellent laptops but it has expanded its expertise further into producing sumptuous smartphones. The Vibe K5 Note is one of its most prodigious sons as it contains probably the best specs ever to be assembled inside a Lenovo device. But what are they?

These hunky features include a 5.5 inches 1080p touchscreen, Octa-Core processor with 3/4GB of RAM (variant dependent), 13 megapixel primary camera with phase detection autofocus technology and an 8 megapixel selfie camera plus Dolby Atmos speakers. The features list just doesn’t stop here as a fingerprint sensor, metallic build and a large 3500 mAh battery all deserve a special mention.

#6 LG G3

Price: ~Rs. 29,000

LG G3, though quite not the latest of smartphones, has nevertheless kept up its pedigree as a world class device in the smartphone sphere. This primarily comes down to its sleek design and what it holds underneath the hood.

The G3 is known for its gorgeous 5.5 inches 1440p display stuffed within some unbelievable dimensions, an excellent 13 megapixel primary shutter with phase detection laser autofocus and OIS as well as some powerful schematics which include 16GB internal storage plus 2GB RAM or 32GB internal storage plus 3GB of RAM depending on the variant you get your hands on.

#5 HTC One E9

Price: ~Rs. 30,000

Hold your horses, this isn’t the HTC One M8 but a more affordable variant of the smartphone; the HTC One E9. This M8 lookalike is an excellent value for money release from HTC with the only two significant differences between them being the M8’s dual cameras and the E9’s non-metallic build.

Other than that, the E9 features some staggering specifications which include a 5.5 inches 1080p touchscreen, Octa-Core 2.0 GHz processor with 2GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel primary and 4 megapixel secondary camera as well as some sleek dimensions that comprise of a 7.5mm width and a slender 147g weight.

#4 Huawei Shot X

Price: ~Rs. 27,000

Time to give the Huawei Shot X a shot to prove its worth. This smartphone has a unique identification in the smartphone sphere as it contains a flip-able primary camera that can be flipped at will to be used as a primary or a secondary sensor. Not only does the large 13 megapixel sensor flips itself but the LED flash also tags along meaning that you’ll get both a front and back facing flash as well!

Other than that, a 5.2 inches 1080p touchscreen, Octa-Core processor with 2 or 3GB variant dependent RAM, a fingerprint sensor and a 7.8mm width are its other notable mentions.

#3 QMobile Noir E8

Price: ~Rs. 27,500

QMobile is making huge strides towards excellence. The Noir E8 has given the company a huge push towards the sky and for the benefit of our countrymen, we hope that the local giants maintain themselves in the stratosphere.

The E8 is a true phablet with some excellent specifications that can be called as one of the best QMobile has yet to offer; these include a 6.0 inches 1440p HD resolution touchscreen, 2.0 GHz Octa-Core processor with 3GB of RAM, 64GB internal memory and a kick-ass 24 megapixel primary plus 8 megapixel selfie camera. Quite a quality mobile from QMobile.

#2 OnePlus X

Price: ~Rs. 30,000

OnePlus, another one of the Chinese manufacturers, has its own way of standing out from the crowd. This glossy release, namely the OnePlus X, is a balanced mixture of aesthetics and performance as its build quality is well complimented by what is stuffed underneath its hood.

The smartphone features a glossy all glass build while it is powered by a Quad-Core 2.3 GHz Krait processor with an additional 3GB of RAM. Its cameras bank at 13 megapixels for the primary sensor with phase detection autofocus while its selfie camera contains an 8 megapixel sensor. A 5.0 inches 1080p touchscreen further adds to its class while its mind-boggling 6.9mm width and 138g weight are a joy to behold.

#1 LG Nexus 5X

Price: ~Rs. 27,000

We’re sorry to keep you waiting this long but the LG Nexus 5X just had to make an appearance. One of the best Android smartphones ever to be assembled and personally tested by us, the Nexus 5X is every bit what Google claims it to be.

The smartphone is a zero-lag Android device due to the presence of a Hexa-Core processor with an additive 2GB of RAM and some advanced software/hardware optimizations from Google. Its primary camera contains a 12.3 megapixel sensor with laser autofocus and a dual-tone LED flash while its selfie camera features a 5 megapixel sensor. The smartphone also features a fingerprint sensor, USB Type-C and a gorgeous 5.2 inches 1080p resolution touchscreen. Its dimensions are pretty neat as well with a 7.9mm width while its 136g weight is what makes it as light as paper.

The Nexus 5X brings an end to our review of the best smartphones under 30,000 rupees in Pakistan. The compilation consists of some mouth watering releases and we thoroughly believe that each of the aforementioned smartphones are unique in their own way.

The specifications quoted in the article show how far the smartphone world has come forward in the 5-6 years and we hope for the good of mankind, the smartphone industry keeps on improving. Do let us know which smartphone impressed you the most in the comments below.

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