Low budjet Android KitKat Phones under Rs 10,000

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The budget segment of smartphones in Indian market is pretty hot right now. Motorola ignited the fire with the launch of Motorola Moto G earlier this year and carried it on to a very different level with the launch of Moto E smartphone. Motorola made it very clear that the company will be targeting the budget conscious buyers by offering good specs, build and features at a very reasonable price tag.

With the launch of Moto E in India the local manufacturers jumped on and launched budget smartphones with cutting edge features, some of the budget phones launched under 10K price category are better than Motorola’s Moto E smartphone. Let us have a look at the best Android phones under 10,000 price category.

#1. Motorola Moto E


Motorola launched the Moto E only about two months ago, following which other manufacturers launched their budget horses in the market. In terms of looks and build quality the Moto E gets a very good score, nothing innovative in terms of design but the build quality is brilliant. It tough and sturdy and has decent specs for its price. This device costs Rs 7,000 and only lacks a front facing camera, everything else about this smartphone is amazing.

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What we like
Good build quality
Water resistant
Gorilla Glass Protection
1GB RAM
Value for money

What we don’t like
No front facing camera
Rear camera misses flash and autofocus
Little heavier than competitors
Non-removable battery




Micromax was very early at responding to the Moto E launch, the company announced the Unite 2 smartphone as soon as the Moto E went on sale. Moto E had some drawback like Fixed focus camera, no front facing camera and non removable battery. The Unite 2 came without these flaws, the battery on unite 2 is removable and has a 5-MP autofocus rear camera with a front facing camera. It also offers customizable back covers like Moto E and the best thing is that it comes for the same price as Moto E, Rs 7,000.

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What we like
Quad-Core processor
1GB RAM
Future updates
Autofocus rear camera, front camera
Removable battery
Bigger display

What we don’t like
Slab like design
No gorilla glass
Little Micromax bloat ware

#3. Lava Iris X1



After the grand success of Moto E and Unite 2 in India, it was the turn of Lava to taste the fruit of success with the budget KitKat phone. Everyone wants the latest OS and hardware on their phones, Lava offers just that with this smartphone. The device is compact and lighter than its competition (bigger than Moto E though) and comes with a better design that Unite 2 and Moto E smartphone. This smartphone is currently selling for around Rs 7,800 in the market.

What we like
Android KitKat
Quad-Core processor
8-MP autofocus rear camera and 2-MP front facing camera
4.5-inch IPS display

What we don’t like
Low resolution display
Poor build quality

#4. Micromax Canvas Entice


This smartphone was launched soon after the launch of Unite 2 smartphone. It comes with the latest Android KitKat OS and almost identical specs like Unite 2 on a larger display. It has a 5-inch WVGA display and is powered by a Quad-Core MediaTek chipset. The Micromax Canas Entice's current market price is about Rs 7,500.

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What we like
Latest Android software
Quad-Core processor
Dual SIM
Larger battery

What we don’t like
Low amount of RAM
Bad display resolution
No future software updates




Xolo was very late at launching a KitKat based smartphone in the budget segment. Xolo Q600s could have stolen the success from Micromax if it had launched this device after Moto E. This device is one of the best looking phones in the budget category with KitKat OS. It also has an edge over Micromax Unite 2 in terms of display resolution. This device is available online for Rs 8,000.

What we like
Beautiful design
Good display
Bigger battery
Android KitKat
1GB RAM, Quad-Core processor

What we don’t like
For the price of 8K built-in storage should have been 8GB

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