Android smartphones have become the most popular phones these days among the mobile lovers. Now a day you have an array of Android smartphones at the price of Rs 10,000, which was unimaginable before. These low budget smartphoes dose not compromise in their performance. These phones offer wonderful value for money and are good enough for handling most daily tasks.
Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos :
The price of Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos is Rs. 9,500/-
Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos is an entry level Android contribution from Samsung with full Qwerty keypad and dual SIM function at Rs 9,500. The grouping of these features makes it an interesting proposition it is important that performance is equally promising.
The phone is a bar shaped unit with half the front dedicated to a Qwerty keypad, trackpad and other control buttons. The rest is its 2.6 inch screen. The rear of the phone has a nice textured design with smooth finish. There is a camera in the top centre flanked by a speaker grill on the left. The volume key is on the top left and power/lock button are on the top right. The phone has a small 3 megapixel camera. The device is light because of the 1350 mAh battery, which is enough to power this device for up to two days’ use. Over all it is the finest phone which can be bought at such a low price.
The price of Karbonn A9 is Rs. 9,199/-
Karbonn A9 price is designed to make it affordable to the price sensitive customers. It has 3.8 inch touchscreen which add new dimension to viewing experience and 5MP with not only primary camera features rather it also offer good quality images in day time but also equally efficient in night time. This phone is also capable of recording high definition 720p videos. Karbonn A9 features 1GHz processor to ensure high performance and dual SIM which will enable users to save on their mobile bills.
It is powered with 1GHz processor and built of Android 2.3.6 operating system which are quite fascinating to be seen on a mid range price mobile. comes with 1 GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 32 GB through micro SD card. Although the display size a little bit smaller than that of the Spice Mi-425, A9 has the same 480 x 800 pixels resolution. Karbonn A9 specifications are almost same as Karbonn A7 which is another upcoming mobile from Karbonn.
HTC Explorer :
The price of HTC Explorer is Rs. 8900/-
Explorer has sturdy rubberised plastic casing it’s more or less up to date, running Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread and also has HTC’s latest 3.5 version. The 3.2-inch screen is big enough for viewing movies and surfing the web without squinting. And while its 480×320-pixel resolution is far from the sharpest, it’s not obviously pixelated.
The 600MHz processor, it might look underpowered but the fact is that it performs pretty well in practise not super quick, but not held back by obvious lag when switching between applications either, so long as you don’t have too many running at once. Just like more expensive Androids, you can populate seven home screens with all the usual widgets and shortcuts, including the Microsoft Outlook-compatible calendar and FriendStream, which pulls all your social networking updates together. Smartphone newbies have also been considered with the option of written descriptions within applications such as messaging, so you don’t have to wonder about the symbols for forwarding or creating new messages.
With its modest screen and processor, plus the scaled-down UI, the Explorer’s 1,230mAh battery was able to give a fairly good account of itself, giving almost two days of consistent use without the need for a recharge.
LG Optimus Net :
The price of LG Optimus Net is Rs. 8,700/-
The LG Optimus Net is a black and curvy low-end Android handset. The pointed edges and rounded corners do give it some ergonomic feel in the hand, and its 3.2” screen is small enough for easy one-handed operation. The LCD display is with 320×480 pixels of resolution, which is enough for a low-end Androids exhibit, but means 180ppi pixel density – just on the border of making everything look grainy.
There is no ambient light sensor to adjust screen brightness automatically, so you have to do it yourself when trying to look at the screen under sunlight, where it behaves fairly average.The Android 2.3 Gingerbread is overlayed with the Optimus UI of LG, which is basic, but functional. The best thing going for it are the connectivity switches in the pull-down notification bar, which make turning the GPS or data radio a snap.
Spice Mi 425 :
The price of Spice Mi 425 is Rs. 9,700/-
Spice Mi-425 is a dual-SIM Android Gingerbread phone, which is upgradable to Android v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) is an another decent Android smartphone which was launched in the Indian market very recently.. The phone has 4 inch capacitive touchscreen display. The 3G phone offers Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and USB connectivity. It comes with 5MP autofocus camera with LED flash and VGA front camera.
It has pre-embedded NetQin Antivirus software. Other features include 1 GHz processor, A-GPS, social networking app, IM, music player, and 32GB expandable memory. For connectivity and data transfer, there is 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth 2.1. The phone also comes pre-installed with several useful apps including Nimbuzz and Facebook.