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15 Best (Latest) Smartphones under ₹35000 to buy in India (2021)

Mobiles Under Rs 35000

As you consume more and more content over social media these days, a great smartphone is not a luxury but a necessity. Increasingly, as video content gets more important and as people themselves become content creators, a state-of-the-art smartphone becomes an indispensable lifeline.

For those who are always on the go and need to stay connected, there are some wonderful options in the smartphones under ₹35,000 range. While many tech reviewers might claim that high-end phones are too expensive, the fact remains that’s there are some excellent flagship smartphones under the ₹35,000 price bracket.

This category includes some top-range models from brands like Apple and OnePlus which provide all the power and features you need without having to burn a hole in your pocket.

Here is a list of top 10 mobile phones under 35000 in Indian for 2021:

OnePlus 7 

OnePlus 7 is one of the latest models by OnePlus in the market. It costs Rs. 31,280 on Flipkart. The storage of 128GB is not expandable. It has got a 6.41-inch super AMOLED display which features a waterdrop notch for the front selfie camera.

The front camera is of 16MP and the dual-camera setup on the back is of 48MP + 5MP. The model is powered by a lithium-ion battery of capacity 3700mAh. The processor of this phone is the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core processor which clocks at 2.84GHz.

oneplus-7

Pros:

  • The performance is decent.
  • Camera Quality.
  • Good speakers.
  • Big and immersive display.
  • The in-display fingerprint sensor is fast.
  • Fast charging.

Cons:

  • No change in design from previous generation.
  • Lacks audio jack.
  • No-notch display is available at the same price.

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OnePlus 6T 

This variant of the OnePlus 6T model is priced at Rs. 31,999 on Flipkart. It has a 128GB non-expandable storage. The screen size is 6.41 inches and it has got a full HD+ Optic AMOLED display and sports a waterdrop notch.

It has an in-display fingerprint sensor. The front camera is of 16MP and the dual-camera setup that we get on the back is of 16MP + 20MP. The phone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core processor and runs on the lithium-ion 3700mAh battery. 

OnePlus 6T 

Pros:

  • Camera quality.
  • Display quality.
  • Fast in-display fingerprint sensor.
  • Fast charging.
  • Fast performance.

Cons:

  • Battery capacity.
  • No expandable storage.
  • Lacks stereo speakers.

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Asus 6Z 

Asus 6Z is one of the latest models by Asus in the market. It has a unique feature when it comes to its camera. Instead of providing a front camera they use the primary camera on the back for selfies by just flipping it. This was an innovative move.

The storage is expandable up to 2TB. Asus 6Z has a 6.39-inch Full HD+ display. The dual-camera setup is of 48MP + 13MP. It is powered by a 5000mAh battery and runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core processor. This variant of the model is priced at Rs. 31,999 on Flipkart.

Asus 6Z

Pros:

  • Camera quality.
  • Display quality.
  • Big screen.
  • Nice battery backup.
  • Fast charging.
  • Expandable storage.

Cons:

  • Due to flip camera face unlock is slow.
  • Lacks a telephoto camera.

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Redmi K20 Pro 

Redmi K20 Pro is one of the latest models by Xiaomi in the market. It is a flagship killer that’s what the K in the name means. The 256GB storage is not expandable. It has a 6.39-inch Full HD+ display which does not have a notch.

This increases the screen to body ratio. The pop-up selfie-camera is of 20MP and the triple-camera setup on the back is 48MP + 13MP + 8MP one of which is a wide-angle camera. The phone runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core processor and is powered by a 4000mAh battery. This variant of the model is priced at Rs. 30,999 on Flipkart.

Redmi K20 Pro 

Pros:

  • Fast performance.
  • Supports fast charging.
  • Battery backup is good enough.
  • Rear camera quality is good.
  • Big screen.
  • Display quality.

Cons:

  • Selfie camera quality.
  • The in-display fingerprint sensor is slow.
  • No expandable storage.

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Oppo R17 Pro

Oppo R17 Pro is a new model by Oppo. This variant of the model is priced at Rs. 28,000 on Amazon. The design of the phone is tunning. The phone features a 6.4-inch Full HD+ display which has a waterdrop notch for the 25MP front selfie camera.

The dual-camera setup on the back is of 12MP + 20MP. It runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710  octa-core processor and is powered by a 3700 mAh battery. The storage is not expandable.  

Oppo R17 Pro

Pros:

  • Good selfie-camera.
  • Camera quality both front and back is decent.
  • Display quality.
  • Nice overall performance.

Cons:

  • Should have provided Snapdragon 845 or 855 for the price.
  • Not expandable storage.

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Honor 20 

Honor 20 is a new phone in the market that has been making some buzz. This variant of the Honor 20 is priced at Rs. 32,999 on Flipkart. The storage is not expandable. It comes with a 6.26-inch full HD+ display which features a punch-hole for the front selfie camera which is of 32MP.

There is a triple-camera setup on the rear which is of 48MP + 2MP + 16MP. The brain of the phone is the HiSilicon Kirin 980 processor. Honor 20 comes with a battery capacity of 3750mAh. The fingerprint sensor is mounted on the side. Honor 20 

Pros:

  • Stunning design.
  • Camera quality is good.
  • Good gaming experience.
  • Display quality is decent.
  • Good overall performance.

Cons:

  • No expandable storage.
  • No audio jack.
  • Pricy.

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Honor View 20

Honor View 20 is another new model by Honor. This variant of the model is priced at Rs. 29,990 on Flipkart. The 256GB storage is not expandable. It has a 6.4-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED display.

It has a 24MP front camera which sits in the punch hole that is present in the upper-right corner. The dual-camera setup on the back is of 48MP + 48MP. The phone is powered by a 4000mAh battery and runs on the Kirin 980 octa-core processor.

Honor View 20 

Pros:

  • Stunning design.
  • Good overall performance.
  • Fast charging.
  • Good camera quality.
  • OS has good features.

Cons:

  • No expandable storage
  • Display quality could be better.

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Samsung Galaxy A70

Samsung Galaxy A70 is a new model by Samsung and this variant of the model is priced at Rs. 28,990 on Flipkart. It supports external storage which can be expanded up to 512GB.

The screen is big and measures at around 6.7inches and supports Full HD+ display. The brain of the phone is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor and the phone is powered by a 4500mAh battery. The front selfie camera is 32MP and sits in the waterdrop notch in the front. The triple-camera setup on the back is of 32MP + 5MP + 2MP.  Samsung Galaxy A70

Pros:

  • Good battery backup.
  • Good daylight imaging quality.
  • Big screen with a high screen to body ratio.
  • Expandable storage supported.

Cons:

  • Better chipset available at a lower price.
  • Poor low-light imaging.
  • Har to use with one hand.

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Apple iPhone 7 

Well if you really want to buy an iPhone and have a budget of around 30,000-35,000 then you can go for the iPhone 7. This variant of the model costs Rs. 29,900 on Flipkart. The 32Gb memory cannot be expanded.

It has a 7MP camera on the front and a 12 MP camera on the back. The processor is Apple’s proprietary processor viz. Apple A10 64-bit processor and M10 motion co-processor. The phone is compatible with iOS 13. The phone is powered by a 2900mAh battery. Apple iPhone 7 

Pros:

  • Camera quality.
  • Display quality.
  • Design.
  • Dust and water-resistant.

Cons:

  • No expandable storage.
  • No audio jack.
  • Better features available in other phones with the same price.  

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Oppo Reno 2Z 

If the camera is your main goal then Oppo Reno2 Z will be a good choice. This variant of the model is priced at Rs. 29,990 on Flipkart. It has a 6.5-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED display which does not have a notch.

The front selfie camera is a pop-up one and is of 16MP. There is a quad-camera setup on the rear which is of 48MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP. The phone runs on the MediaTek Helio P90 SoC processor and is powered by a 4000mAh battery. The external storage is expandable up to 256GB.  oppo reno2 z

Pros:

  • Super camera quality.
  • 10x Digital Zoom.
  • Beautiful design.
  • Good display.
  • Decent battery backup.
  • Fast charging supported.

Cons:

  • Hard to use with one hand.
  • No dedicated slot for microSD.

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Lenovo Z6 Pro

The latest flagship phone by Lenovo is the Lenovo Z6 Pro. It is priced at Rs. 33,999 on Flipkart. The external memory can be expanded up to 512GB. It has a 6.39-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display.

It has a 32MP front selfie camera which is situated in the dot notch on the front. There is a quad-camera setup on the back which is of 48MP + 2MP + 16MP + 8MP. It runs on the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core processor and is powered by a 4000mAh lithium-polymer battery.  Lenovo Z6 Pro

Pros:

  • One of the best designs in the market.
  • Great speakers.
  • Good camera quality.
  • Supports expandable storage.
  • Good overall performance.

Cons:

  • Pricy.
  • Should have provided OLED display for the price.
  • No dust or water-resistance.

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Samsung Galaxy A9 

Another model by Samsung which one can buy for under Rs. 35,000 is the Samsung Galaxy A9. This variant of the model is priced at Rs. 28,778 on Amazon. It has a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Full HD+ display.

The front selfie camera is of 24MP. The quad-camera setup on the back is of 24MP + 5MP + 10MP + 8MP. The processor of the phone is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 octa-core processor. The phone is powered by a battery of the capacity 3800mAh. 

Pros:

  • Daylight imaging is good.
  • Big display.
  • Battery backup is good enough.
  • 8GB RAM ensures smooth performance.

Cons:

  • Dated chipset.
  • Pricy.
  • Poor low-light imaging.

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Vivo V11 Pro

Vivo V11 Pro is one of the flagship models by Vivo. This variant of the model is priced at Rs. 23,990 on Flipkart. It has a 6.41-inch Full HD+ display which features a waterdrop notch for the front selfie camera which is of 25Mp.

The dual-camera setup on the back is of 12MP + 5MP. The phone uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 AIE processor as its brains and a 3400mAh battery as its source of power. It supports fast charging. The storage is expandable up to 256GB. Vivo V11 Pro

Pros:

  • Fast in-display fingerprint unlock.
  • Good quality display.
  • Decent camera quality.
  • Supports external storage.
  • Supports fast charging.
  • Good design.

Cons:

  • No Type-C port.
  • The software feels choppy.

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Vivo V17 Pro

We are no alien to the concept of the dual front camera but when it comes to the pop-up selfie-camera trend then it becomes a new feature. The X factor of Vivo V17 Pro is the pop-up dual selfie camera which is of 32MP + 8MP.

The quad-camera setup on the back if of 48MP + 13MP + 8MP + 2MP. Vivo V17 Pro has a 6.44-inch Full HD+ no-notch Super AMOLED display. The phone runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 AIE processor and is powered by a 4100mAh lithium-ion battery. This variant of the model is priced at Rs. 27,990 on Flipkart. Vivo V17 Pro

Pros:

  • Decent design.
  • Big screen.
  • Good camera quality.
  • Fast charging.
  • Battery backup.

Cons:

  • The processor should have been better given the price.
  • No expandable storage.
  • Pricy.

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Nubia Red Magic 3 

If you are looking for a gaming phone for a budget of around Rs. 35,000 then you might want to check out Nubia Red Magic 3. It has a 6.6-inch full HD display. Th3 front camera is of 16Mp and the primary camera on the back is of 48MP.

It has the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core processor and is powered by a 5000mAh lithium-ion battery.  Nubia Red Magic 3 

Pros:

  • Decent gaming experience.
  • Big screen.
  • Good speaker.
  • Decent cooling system.
  • Decent camera quality.
  • Unique design.

Cons:

  • No near field communication feature.
  • No dedicated slot for microSD.

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Reasons You Should NOT buy an iPhone

Owning an Apple iPhone has always been more like a fascination than need. Although the smartphone comes loaded with latest and smartest of features every time a new model is launched, iPhone still has some major drawbacks for which you should NOT be buying it. Unlike other smartphones in the market with some other Operating System, the iPhone simply doesn’t let the user take control over single detail in the device. Let’s take a look at a few major reasons that justify the point of not buying an iPhone.

Exorbitant Price:

iPhone has always been overpriced ever since it has been launched in the market. If compared with other smartphones running on Android OS, the price of an iPhone to its technical specifications is always on the higher side. Depending on the choice of specifications, there is a gamut of companies offering cheaper Android-operated smartphones against the models of iPhones available that can be counted on fingertips.

Different Charger to Other Phones:

If you own an iPhone and you somehow forgot to carry its charger in your backpack while traveling outstation, you will realize the problems it can create.  Apple opted for making their iPhone devices look cool and different from others with its ‘lightning’ cables. However, it isn’t actually as cool to one’s wallet as it actually appears to be. The iPhone ‘lightning’ cable can actually cost as much as $25, while the micro USB cables for Android smartphones come at a third of the price. It actually seems that Apple really loves it when its users keep on buying chargers and cables for their smartphones every time they forget to carry it along with them.

Almost Frozen Design and UI:

iPhone is something that has carried over the same design and layout of the device over past decade. Unlike other Android smartphones, iPhone didn’t improvise on its design over time, other than an increase in the size of the smartphone.  If User Interface is talked about, iPhone still possesses the same old UI that it had years back; while on the other hand, Android smartphones have and still improvising with more appealing UI as days are passing by. Apart from this, Apple’s iPhone doesn’t easily allow customization of the UI, fonts or even the overall look, while the same for an Android smartphone can easily be done.

Tedious App Checking Process:

Apple App Store will certainly be a big turn-off for you in case you like developing mobile applications and want it to be available for others as well. Well, making an app available for others on Apple App Store isn’t an easy task for anyone. Unlike Google Play Store, Apple carries out a tedious process to check the app you developed, followed by ensuring compliance with its guidelines. Even the silliest of mistakes can bar you from making your app available on the App Store. Apart from this, Apple doesn’t allow download of an application from any third-party source to its iPhone, as it is available with Android smartphones.

Unavailability of Storage Expansion:

Although the technical specifications of an iPhone have sufficient storage available, it turns out to be a turn-off when it comes to expansion of the memory. Unlike cheaper Android smartphones in the market which allows expansion of memory to up to 64 or 128 GB, iPhone is still stuck built-in memory only.

Lack of Service Centers:

The first constraint is that AppleCare isn’t available in abundance in the market as compared to other smartphones’ service centers. Apart from this, there had been cases where iPhone users were denied free servicing under warranty, without any further explanation from AppleCare. This, in turn, paves the way to paid servicing (even under warranty); trust me that cost a lot. While on the other hand, authorized service centers of other smartphone manufacturers are available at almost every nook and corner in a city. So once you own an iPhone, be prepared to be hassled once it comes to getting the devices serviced, be it within or out of warranty period.

Lack of convenient buttons:

The presence of only ‘Home’ button on the device has always been iPhone’s signature design. Unlike other smartphones, the unavailability of ‘Back’ button sometimes leaves a new user frustrated. Eventually, Googling is the only way to learn how to go back to the previous task at the first place conveniently. It takes a bit of getting used to.

Lower Screen resolution Compared to the Competitions:

When it comes to the screen resolution, the iPhone is partially behind the competition. The iPhone 6S was the first model which came up with full HD display feature two years after the first 1080p Android handset had launched.  Today iPhone X is still at 2436×1125 pixels at 458ppi and iPhone 8Plus at 1080×1920 pixels at 401ppi. In contrast, Samsung Galaxy 9 Plus has 1440×2960 pixels with 531ppi. Several other recently launched Android phones like Sony Xperia XZ2 premium with 5.8-inch display has 2160×3840 pixels and LG G5 with 5.3-inch display offers 2560×1440 pixels which make them better suited for gaming, reading and for viewing high-resolution videos.

Lack of Headphone Jacks:

The iPhone launched its Bluetooth speakers and 3.5mm ‘lightning’ adapter by removing its 3.5mm audio jack in iPhone7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus continue with this change. Though the latest launches have an Ear pod with Lightning connector and a lightning to 3.5mm headphone jack adaptor. Considering the removed space of headphone jack, it has used for other high-tech features. The quality of the earphones and lightning cable are not good as compared to other Android Smartphone’s. The repairing of these accessories can cost you a lot if the warranty is over.

Difficult File Transfer Process:

Transferring your files from your iPhone to your personal computer is not an easy task. You cannot transfer your media files without installing iTunes and setting up an account. The iTunes has a known reputation for running slowly, particularly on windows software. It also consumes a great amount of system RAM. On the other hand, it is quite simpler in Android to transfer your files to PC. It instantly mounts an external drive to transfer your media files. You can also download file system apps such as ES file manager or Astro file manager to navigate through the file system on the phone. Apart from this, unlike the availability of Bluetooth sharing option available with all other devices, iPhone doesn’t support this sharing methodology. File transfer from or to any other device is such a complicated process.

The iPhone does have flaws like many other smartphone devices. They are costly but they can hold a lot of data and most high-end Android phones are also as expensive as iPhone. It all depends on your opinion on cell phones and what are you looking for in a smartphone while planning to buy.

Why You Should Buy an iPhone

It can become immensely difficult to buy a smartphone when the smartphone market is dominated by newest Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android smartphones with far-reaching options. But many companies in the tech sector wish to compete with Apple’s iPhone. When it comes to the security of a smartphone user, iPhone has always topped the list with its unparalleled security and keeping every application under scanner; ensuring no malware creeps into the system.

Apple gives the core software experience to its iPhone users, builds great hardware, optimizes it with in-house developed OS for the hardware, then equips it with web services and finally sells them through its own retail stores. On the other hand, most of the other smartphone companies build the hardware, load the devices with commonly available Android OS and finally sell them through online and retail stores.

Today’s smartphone market scenario is simple; there stands the iPhone alone on one side and all other Android smartphones on the other side together. That is why everyone’s head turns towards the iPhone. It screams class and status along with brand value. Let’s take a brief look at the distinct features of the iPhone which will make the choice clear why the device should be bought.

Better Hardware and Software integration:

The hardware and software of the devices are both controlled and optimized by Apple to keep a control over their smooth working. The smart 3D touch display allows taking quick action from the home screen pressing on the app icon. The Taptic engine technology in the new iPhone is super efficient and smooth. The specifications of iPhone might look weak on paper, but trust me it works better than its Android counterparts with the same specs. Face recognition, Siri, Wireless charging, fast charging and true-tone display are a few eye-catching hardware features of the iPhone.

Mobile application security:

Mobile applications are the heart of a smartphone’s overall user experience. When it comes to the security of the device and the user, nothing else can beat the way that Apple takes care of the apps available at the Apple App Store. Apple makes sure that every application available on the App Store has complied with its guidelines before they appear there; ensuring no security breach to the iPhone users. Apart from this, iPhone doesn’t allow installation of any third-party software or third-party applications. That’s why all iPhone apps are 100 percent malware free.

Smooth system updates for all:

The Android updates can take months to reach all devices while all the iPhone owners enjoy quick and latest iOS updates for all iPhone devices all at the same time no matter how old the smartphone is. For example, iOS 11 includes full support for the iPhone 5S launched in 2013. On the other hand, the older Android handsets usually are barred from getting the latest Android OS updates after a predefined update level for OS.

Easy integration with other Apple devices:

People using iPad, Mac book, and Apple watch can easily sync their contents such as documents, photos or music to all devices, answer phone calls on iPad, check e-mails and send text messages from other devices through Apple’s deep iCloud integration. The handoff feature allows starting a task on the iPhone and continue it on iPad or Mac.

AppleCare Services:

Apple ensures the reliability of its devices by keeping every service it offers under control. For example, when it comes to servicing of an iPhone, the one-stop solution to all the problems of the device is the AppleCare. The company ensures replacement of faulty components with genuine spares and authorized services; ensuring the reliability of the device. While on the other hand, there are gamuts of unauthorized service centers brimming in the market for other smartphones, who are just not trustworthy. This is turn deteriorates the predefined life of a smartphone. In fact, this is one of the major reasons why people are usually observed to be replacing their existing Android smartphones frequently. I have hardly seen any iPhone user changing his smartphone over years. You can also get help through live chat and can make scheduled appointments for troubleshooting.

Camera & Image quality:

iPhones are nowadays loaded with dual primary cameras with face detection, autofocus and better flash capabilities, which altogether make iPhone one of the best camera smartphones across the spectrum. Images captured with an iPhone can easily be distinguished from other smartphones.

Peripheral Compatibility:

The Android smartphones feature micro USB ports to connect to other devices which are mostly available everywhere. Whereas, Apple uses its proprietary Lightning port to connect to accessories, which in turn, gives a quality assurance of the accessories of the devices. In fact, the reason behind lightning cable is to ensure usage of genuine parts by the users so as to ensure no potential damage to the iPhone over a period of time. It is very evident how firm Apple is on maintaining quality and reliability of its devices.

Storage:

iPhones come with up to 256 GB ROM capacity nowadays. Does anyone really require an additional or expandable storage capacity? Well, I personally don’t think so. Your iPhone can itself be a portable data bank for all your business and service requirements. Android smartphones require expandable memory because of the constraint of distinctively lower internal ROM.

iCloud family sharing:

The family sharing on the iPhone is the unique feature of the iPhone. You can share purchases from the App Store, iTunes, and iBooks with up to six family members. You can also share photo albums and share a calendar. With the ‘find my iPhone’ feature, you can find another member’s missing device.

At last, if you are planning to buy a smartphone and not concerned about the money, I would recommend buying an iPhone. Considering the storage capacity, camera, accessories, hardware & software features, and after-sales service, iPhone is really worth the money shelled out.

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