In subcategories. Today, 50,000 smartphone segments can be expected from high-quality components and features Android camp, and a couple of parents iPhone also models. There are several Android smartphones with Qualcomm’s top shelf Snapdragon 888 SoC, and features like IP rating and wireless charging are also things you’d expect. Cameras are also taking a big leap forward, and most smartphones in this segment deliver better-than-average performance.
The list below includes phones Samsung, Vivoand OnePlus which are all priced from Rs. 40,000 and slightly older, but still very relevant Apple iPhone 11, which is now also sold in this bracket. You could also consider higher level variants of powerful smartphones that really start under R. 40,000 as Mi 11X Pro, iQoo 7 legendand OnePlus 9R. You can find a complete list of such phones in our ala-R: t. 40,000 guide.
If you are wondering which phone you should upgrade to Rs below. 50,000, we’ve got you insured. Here is a list of the best smartphones to consider in this price range.
Best phones under 50,000
|Phones under Rs. 50000
|Gadget 360 Rating (out of 10)
|Price in India (recommended)
|Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G
|Vivo X60 Pro
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G offers an excellent balance of features, performance and cost, all supported by a trusted name in smartphone mode. It is basically a Galaxy S20 FE with high-end 5G SoC, which is not a bad thing at all considering how good the 4G version is. It is one of the only phones in this segment to have the appropriate IP68 rating for water resistance, wireless charging and a very good range of cameras, including the 3X TV camera.
The screen is vibrant and striking, the design is contemporary and the software is easily one of the best on the market right now. The only thing we hope for better is its download speed. The 25 W fast charge isn’t bad, but when other segment functions support up to 65 W, it doesn’t seem to be that fast compared.
Vivo X60 Pro
Vivo’s gimbal camera system was a big hit in the company’s X50 series, and it has improved in the latest X60 series. Vivo X60 Pro is priced at just under Rs. With a slim body, excellent quality, a vibrant 120 Hz display and solid overall performance, the Gimbal Camera System uses multi-axis sensor stabilization and is easily the highlight here as it allows you to capture stable videos in GoPro quality. You won’t get all the high-end booms expected, such as IP rating and wireless upload, but this is still the best option in this segment if you’re going to shoot a lot of videos.
OnePlus 9 did not get very favorable reviews when it started because just like OnePlus 8, the company decided to give it sibling treatment. Despite its plastic body and lack of wireless charging and IP rating, it is still a reliable performer. Ergonomics is better than OnePlus 9 Pro thanks to its lighter and thinner body. The ultra-wide camera captures sharp, undistorted photos, and gaming performance is top notch. If you don’t want to use 9 Proon, but want something better than 9R, OnePlus 9 is not a bad choice.
Apple’s official starting price iPhone 11 is Rs. 54900, but you can find it in online stores for just under Rs. 50,000. This is just a basic model, remember, but it’s still an iPhone and not very old either. The iPhone 11 introduced an ultra-wide-angle camera for Apple’s non-Pro models, and features a powerful A13 Bionic SoC. Since this is an iPhone, you should expect to receive software updates for at least a few years. The cameras are excellent, the battery life is excellent and it is available in several colors.
Asus ROG 5
Our list usually includes phones that we have tested and evaluated, and even our reviews Asus ROG 5 wait, we think it deserves a mention on the list because we have spent a lot of time with a non-retail unit. It is available from just under Rs. 50,000, and it’s not a bad price for the kind of phone you get. Mobile gamers are ROG Phone 5’s main target audience, with a cheated cooling system, programmable shoulder buttons and an impressively bright and fast AMOLED display.
Even if you don’t play games, there’s potentially a lot to keep there. It has a massive 6000 mAh battery, excellent quality and an impressive decent camera kit. If you’re someone who plays a lot of mobile games, a phone like ROG Phone 5 is worth checking out.