Best phones under Rs. 40,000

Best phones under Rs. 40,000

It’s a pleasure to dissect all sorts of price brackets and coming up with the best possible recommendations for our valuable users. We’ve previously covered the best phones under 10,000 rupees, best dual-SIM phones etc. among many other articles that were intended to do their utmost in helping you make the most optimized choice. As a continuation of this tale, we’ll now bank on the best phones under 40,000 rupees in Pakistan.

The sprawling Chinese manufacturers together with Samsung’s renaissance in this price bracket makes the 40,000 rupees price bracket an extremely hot prospect. Specs previously unimaginable within these sort of prices are now becoming the routine. So let’s focus less on trash-talk and let the smartphones do the talking. Note that the prices can go a tad in access of 40,000 but we’ll ensure that they do not take much liberty.

#10 Blackberry Passport

Price: ~Rs. 39,000

Well, we all know the limitations of Blackberry’s built-in OS and shifting to Android is the smartest step the company could ever make. However, the Blackberry Passport though does not come in with Android, it still warrants a special mention in our compilation for all those Blackberry lovers out there.

The Passport has a beautiful 4.5 inches 1440p HD resolution touchscreen, excellent processing power due to the presence of 3GB of RAM and a powerful primary camera with a 13 megapixel sensor plus OIS. That’s not it as the smartphone also houses a QWERTY keyboard while its internal storage banks at 32 gigs.

#9 Apple iPhone 5s

Price: ~Rs. 34,000

The iPhone 5s was subject to immense applause on its release because of its stunning Touch-ID, build quality and supersonic processing. These are the exact reasons why, despite the 5s now being a relatively older device, this dude makes into our compilation.

The 5s is not just about performance though as its excellent 8 megapixel iSight camera, a slender 112g weight, beautiful touchscreen and a classy feel are features that thoroughly merit their plaudits. Probably one of the slimmest and lightest smartphones out there, it won’t be easy for you to fetch a smartphone more diva-ish than this one.

#8 Samsung Galaxy C5

Don’t be confused, this is not the mighty C5 Galaxy of the USAF but the up coming Samsung Galaxy C5. It may not be a military carrier aircraft but it is surely going to be a mighty hit because of its new build design and delicious specifications.

This HTC-ish design is the first time Samsung has reverted to something apart from all glass or aluminum unibodies while its excellent specifications which include a 5 inches 1080p touchscreen, powerful cameras, 3GB of RAM etc. add more muscle to this soon to come smartphone from the Korean giants.

#7 LG G4

The LG G4 needs no introduction. The image above says it all about this absolute beauty of a smartphone. Carrying on the G3’s legacy with some supreme features and sleek dimensions, the G4 is one of the biggest bargains you can get within this price bracket.

The G4 can be called as “The Rock” of the smartphone world. This is because of its sheer performance made possible by 3GB of RAM, one of the brightest 5.5 inches 1440p displays you’ll ever come across, a deal-breaker 16 megapixel camera with OIS and laser autofocus among many many other features. Thoroughly impressive isn’t it?

#6 Sony Xperia Z3+

Price: ~Rs. 34,000

Just like the aforementioned G4, the Sony Xperia Z3+ is another big bargain which you can make use off within 40,000 rupees. The smartphone is finely poised to prove worth every rupee you’ll spend on it because of its wholesome specifications that will simply bamboozle you all the way down to your spine.

Among these striking features is a 6.9mm width, 5.2 inches 1080p touchscreen, 3GB of RAM and a whopping 20.7 megapixel primary sensor. Some specs for a smartphone, these!

#5 OnePlus 2

Price: ~Rs. 38,000

We all know about OnePlus now and its prowess has been fully symbolized by this particular smartphone, the OnePlus 2. A supreme mixture of specs and build alike, the OnePlus 2 has established itself as a darling among power users who’re only capable of getting their hands on the mid-rangers.

The OnePlus 2 is probably one of the most powerful mid-ranged smartphones in the business; a 3 or 4GB RAM, 13 megapixel primary camera with OIS and laser autofocus, 5.5 inches 1080p HD touchscreen and a pretty Samsung-ish fingerprint sensor round-off this power release from the company.

#4 HTC One M9

Price: ~Rs. 42,000

The successor to one of the best Android smartphones, the HTC One M8, had to be something spectacular; the M8 was the time HTC skyrocketed into cloud-nine and with the One M9, they somehow pretty much managed to stay there.

The M9 is one of those smartphones that didn’t receive the applause that it should had. This is primarily down to the world being wowed by the newly sprawling Chinese manufacturers at that time which made the One M9 go somewhat neglected; after all, a smartphone with 3GB of RAM, all metallic build, a 5.0 inches 1080p touchscreen and a 20.7 megapixel camera among other features in excess of the M8 should loudly bang some drums, shouldn’t it?

#3 Samsung Galaxy A5 2016

Price: ~Rs. 33,000

The 2016 increments to the Galaxy A and J series have been absolutely outstanding. New build design, build materials, much better specifications and a much more sturdy feel has once again brought these smartphones back to the top of the mig-range categories and the A5 2016 proudly stands as one of the most reputable devices among these.

Personally tried and tested by us, we were amazed by its new and improved build quality which features Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protected front and back glass panels while its specifications surely received some boost in the form of an increased 2GB RAM, 13 megapixel primary camera with OIS, 5 megapixel selfie camera and a 1080p resolution touchscreen.

#2 Huawei Honor 7

Price: ~Rs. 34,000

If you were waiting for a Huawei device to make an entry, we’re sorry to keep you waiting this long. The Huawei Honor 7 is the latest flag-bearer of the Honor series (it’ll soon be stripped off this title once the Honor 8 comes to town) and we’re very happy to see the smartphone not just being a flag-bearer by name but also by its specifications.

The Honor 7 is typical Huawei with a load of goodies in an excellent price. These include a 20 megapixel primary camera with phase detection autofocus and an 8 megapixel selfie camera, Octa-Core processor with 3GB of RAM and a crisp 5.2 inches 1080p touchscreen with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection. Head over to our website for more features and details about the Honor 7.

#1 Samsung Galaxy A7 2016

Price: ~Rs. 38,000

We’ve previously talked about Samsung doing something different with its 2016 releases and bringing them to newer dimensions. The A7 2016 can be said off as the smartphone at the very epicenter of that revamp because it epitomizes everything that the Korean company has changed in the latest A series 2016 smartphones.

The A7 2016 or the A710 as it is also known in our country belongs to our very own tried and tested smartphones. We were simply overawed by its superb build and sumptuous features that included a 5.5 inches 1080p HD display, 3GB of RAM with Octa-Core processors, all glass build with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protected front and back panels while a 7.3mm width and Fast Charge rounds it off in some style. Oh, remember the fingerprint sensor too!

That is all about the best smartphones under 40,000 rupees in our country. Some immaculate specifications have duly crept into these devices all of which are second to none. We can assure you that you’ll thoroughly enjoy your user experience with any or all of these devices as all of these smartphones are packed with some wonderful specifications that fully and equally merit a chance.

Which smartphone turned out to be your favorite? Did we miss out on a smartphone? Do let us know in the comments section below so that any room for improvement can duly be acted upon.

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