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POCO M3 Pro 5G

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Expert comment:   In our review, we pointed out how POCO M3 Pro 5G will be democratising 5G in India. The phone offers most specifications that you would expect from a modern handset and makes sure you are future proof as well, with the 5G connectivity support. To list out a few useful specs, the phone has a FHD+ panel with 90Hz refresh rate, triple rear cameras, and offers fast charging support. If you are looking to buy a phone that you will keep for few years, POCO M3 Pro 5G is a good option.

realme Narzo 50

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Expert comment:   The Realme Narzo 50 is powerful device under the Rs 15,000 bracket with good camera hardware and a lasting battery life. It runs on MediaTek’s Helio G96 platform which can be considered optimum for gaming. In terms of the display, you are provided with smooth 120Hz refresh rate and a FHD+ resolution. The 50MP camera handles the primary image shooting capabilties while on the front a handy 16MP sensor can be found. While the battery is definitely long lasting, the device can be topped up quite efficiently using the 33W Dart Charge technology.

82%Moto g52

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Expert comment:   Moto G52 makes a name for itself with a 90Hz pOLED panel that brings in relatively good colour accuracy and contrast ratios as compared to to LCD-toting budget smartphones. A clean software implementation, which Moto is known for, along with decent battery backup of 5,000mAh and a set of stereo speakers, all work in favour of the Moto G52 as a handy media consumption device. In terms of the processing capabilties, Motorola has used Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 680 SoC while optics are handled by a 50MP primary sensor and an 8MP ultra-wide.

Samsung Galaxy M13

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Expert comment:   Samsung’s Galaxy M13 is good budget choice for all thanks to a bevy of specs that power the phone. Performance is handled by an Exynos 850 chipset which is supported by up to 4GB of RAM. In the display department the phone’s 6.6-inch LCD panel makes for an expansive viewing experience. Samsung’s proprietary OneUI makes navigating around the interface that much easier. To round it all off the phone has a triple-camera on the back and a massive 6,000mAh battery at the helm to keep the phone running for more than a day without worrying about charging.

vivo T1 44W

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Expert comment:   The Vivo T1 44W gets the basics right for a reasonably good budget experience. One of its core strengths is the AMOLED panel it employs for viewing although the refresh rate is capped at 60Hz. While being lightweight and thin, the T1 44W gets in a headphone jack and a 5,000mAh battery which can be charged at 44W, as the name suggests. Combined with a decent triple-camera layout, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 680 SoC and up to 6GB of RAM, the Vivo T1 44W is definitely a healthy recommendation in the budget market.

realme 9i

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Expert comment:   The Realme 9i kicks of the former OPPO sub-brand’s conquest of the under Rs 15,000 market in 2022. Packing in a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680, the device performs as per expectations and the 6GB RAM helps matters greatly. On the camera front, the 50MP primary shooter gets in a supreme daylight shots while the macro and ultra-wide sensors act as suppoting cast. The 90Hz IPS LCD screen is vivid in nature while the 5,000mAh battery allows the phone to last for a sizeable amount of time.

realme 7

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Expert comment:   Realme 7 builds up on the great foundation laid by Realme 6 of offering high refresh rate display, tagged with some impressive features, for an affordable price. The handset comes with some really capable cameras and is fuelled by a really powerful and capable processor setup as well. The battery life is decent as usual and you would most likely be satisfied by the build quality as well. Overall, you cannot go wrong with this one, unless you do not like the custom UI offered with Realme phones.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10T

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Expert comment:   With 5G support and well-rounded specs, the Redmi Note 10T is one of the predictable entries on the list. While Redmi phones are no longer the standout phones in this price category, there is no denying the fact that the brand still knows the features that matter the most to people in this price range. With decent camera sensors and battery life, the Redmi Note 10T is a good entry point for someone who wants to buy a 5G phone but doesn’t want to spend too much on the purchase. However, the phone doesn’t excel in any particular department in comparison with its competitors

Moto G51 5G

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Expert comment:   The Moto G51 5G keeps in line with Motorola’s clean stock Android philosophy while also making sure that other aspects of the device are up to the mark. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 480+ chipset which is about as good as the Dimensity 700 and definitely better in terms of sustained performance. Cameras are handled by a primary 50MP sensor while the battery is 5,000mAh with 20W charging support, Lastly the display packs in a 120Hz panel which enables a super smooth viewing experience.

Samsung Galaxy M32

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Expert comment:   Samsung Galaxy M32 carries on the M-series legacy and brings along similar features to its predecessors but offers a better camera performance, a more powerful processor, and a high refresh rate FHD+ AMOLED display. With a 20MP selfie camera, the phone manages to offer good image quality while shooting from the front-facing sensor as well. With a long-lasting battery life, which has been one of the main selling point for this series, the Galaxy M32 makes sure that it comes across as an attractive package to everyone.

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