Best Phone Under 20K

Best Phone Under 20K

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Which is the best android phone under 20k…. Please let me know the reason also why do you consider it’s best under 20k.

I purchased Moto X play but it was having certain issue like heating, Auto Rebooting, and Auto Music player stopped, that’s why i returned that phone

Please help me to buy better android phone under this price

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Today, Bank offer and Exchange offer is going on flip kart, Please consider this offer and suggest me a good phone..

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one plus x

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What’s about its after sales services?

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You can try nexus 6
it should be priced around 20k [Combining with bank offer] for the next flipkart sale

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As i have read about the One Plus X we can either use dual sim or One Sim + memory Card that is an issue.Phone is having one 16 GB memory in that case it should be 32 GB

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@getready wrote:

You can try nexus 6
it should be priced around 20k [Combining with bank offer] for the next flipkart sale


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its cost is Rs.29,999

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@manishtaneja90404 wrote:

@getready wrote:

You can try nexus 6
it should be priced around 20k [Combining with bank offer] for the next flipkart sale


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its cost is Rs.29,999


no current price for 32gb is 24999
64gb version is priced at 29999

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@getready wrote:

@manishtaneja90404 wrote:

@getready wrote:

You can try nexus 6
it should be priced around 20k [Combining with bank offer] for the next flipkart sale


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its cost is Rs.29,999


no current price for 32gb is 24999
64gb version is priced at 29999


I would suggest Obi SF1 avbl @ 13k. wait for couple of days to get review from users and buy it.
(Internal 32GB Internal Storage + 3GB RAM )

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Don’t buy any phone snapdragon 615 chipset. It has heating issue. OnePlus X I won’t recommend, it is not worth the price check youtube unboxing videos to get a better idea about this phone.
Better to go with OnePlus One I haven’t heard any complains till now.

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"@saymyname":http://www.desidime.com/users/429670 wrote:

Don’t buy any phone snapdragon 615 chipset. It has heating issue. OnePlus X I won’t recommend, it is not worth the price check youtube unboxing videos to get a better idea about this phone.
Better to go with OnePlus One I haven’t heard any complains till now.

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Why are you seeing unboxing videos man
. Don’t even see Hands on review

See the review after a month or so… OpoX is the best in that range… For 16k around
Check the reviews (not unboxing ones)

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You returned Moto X play without any issues… That too to Flipkart

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@hkharry wrote:

"@saymyname":http://www.desidime.com/users/429670 wrote:

Don’t buy any phone snapdragon 615 chipset. It has heating issue. OnePlus X I won’t recommend, it is not worth the price check youtube unboxing videos to get a better idea about this phone.
Better to go with OnePlus One I haven’t heard any complains till now.

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Why are you seeing unboxing videos man
. Don’t even see Hands on review

See the review after a month or so… OpoX is the best in that range… For 16k around
Check the reviews (not unboxing ones)


See the biggest disappointment with that one was the speaker grill. Sound comes only from one side.
Even the camera isn’t thatbgood for the price point of 16k. Mi4i takes better.
And to that unboxing thing yes i should have written unboxing and review. biggrin

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@hkharry wrote:

You returned Moto X play without any issues… That too to Flipkart


I haven’t bought anything from flipkart lately but are returns difficult ? I mean 2 years bckbI replaced my phone and itbwas easy.

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I am also looking to replace my secondary phone soon (use an iPhone as the primary device) and I have the following requirements in the order of importance.

(1) Android dual-SIM device
(2) Clear voice quality (any issues with the voice quality would be a deal-breaker)
(3) Not a selfie guy, but I do want the phone to have a good rear camera with decent performance in (i) zooming and (ii) low-light
(4) Good battery life (don’t need a power hungry, high-performance device)

Please provide your suggestions, guys. While you are at it, please also suggest a good A2DP supporting Bluetooth earphone or headphone.

CC @cybertechie @goss8877 @TronGalaxy @Dr Anshuman @PaytmKaPoojari

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@DealSeeker wrote:

I am also looking to replace my secondary phone soon (use an iPhone as the primary device) and I have the following requirements in the order of importance.

(1) Android dual-SIM device
(2) Clear voice quality (any issues with the voice quality would be a deal-breaker)
(3) Not a selfie guy, but I do want the phone to have a good rear camera with decent performance in (i) zooming and (ii) low-light
(4) Good battery life (don’t need a power hungry, high-performance device)

Please provide your suggestions, guys. While you are at it, please also suggest a good A2DP supporting Bluetooth earphone or headphone.

CC @cybertechie @goss8877 @TronGalaxy @Dr Anshuman @PaytmKaPoojari


What’s ur price range and is brand a preference for you + are you willing to compromise on Android updates or rather delay in Android updates

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@PaytmKaPoojari wrote:

What’s ur price range and is brand a preference for you + are you willing to compromise on Android updates or rather delay in Android updates


Sorry, I didn’t mention the budget because the thread title mentions it. I can go higher, though. Brand doesn’t matter, but after-sales service does. I am okay with slow Android updates as long as there aren’t any major bugs in the version that the phone comes with. wink

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@DealSeeker wrote:

I am also looking to replace my secondary phone soon (use an iPhone as the primary device) and I have the following requirements in the order of importance.

(1) Android dual-SIM device
(2) Clear voice quality (any issues with the voice quality would be a deal-breaker)
(3) Not a selfie guy, but I do want the phone to have a good rear camera with decent performance in (i) zooming and (ii) low-light
(4) Good battery life (don’t need a power hungry, high-performance device)

Please provide your suggestions, guys. While you are at it, please also suggest a good A2DP supporting Bluetooth earphone or headphone.

CC @cybertechie @goss8877 @TronGalaxy @Dr Anshuman @PaytmKaPoojari


Nexus 5X has very decent low light perf thanks to the 1.55u pixels. Check out its review on Anandtech. Otherwise if ever the Xiaomi Mi4c comes to these shores it will be a good option as well. Keep in mind though in both the SD 808 is nt capable of maintaining peak perf beyond a few minutes.

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@Dr Anshuman wrote:

@DealSeeker wrote:

I am also looking to replace my secondary phone soon (use an iPhone as the primary device) and I have the following requirements in the order of importance.

(1) Android dual-SIM device
(2) Clear voice quality (any issues with the voice quality would be a deal-breaker)
(3) Not a selfie guy, but I do want the phone to have a good rear camera with decent performance in (i) zooming and (ii) low-light
(4) Good battery life (don’t need a power hungry, high-performance device)

Please provide your suggestions, guys. While you are at it, please also suggest a good A2DP supporting Bluetooth earphone or headphone.

CC @cybertechie @goss8877 @TronGalaxy @Dr Anshuman @PaytmKaPoojari


Nexus 5X has very decent low light perf thanks to the 1.55u pixels. Check out its review on Anandtech. Otherwise if ever the Xiaomi Mi4c comes to these shores it will be a good option as well. Keep in mind though in both the SD 808 is nt capable of maintaining peak perf beyond a few minutes.


Nexus 6P is the best behaved ( of the 2015 batch )when it comes to sustained peak CPU perf but its 5.7" form factor makes it a non-option for yours truly.

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@DealSeeker wrote:

@PaytmKaPoojari wrote:

What’s ur price range and is brand a preference for you + are you willing to compromise on Android updates or rather delay in Android updates


Sorry, I didn’t mention the budget because the thread title mentions it. I can go higher, though. Brand doesn’t matter, but after-sales service does. I am okay with slow Android updates as long as there aren’t any major bugs in the version that the phone comes with. wink


Xiaomi Mi5 should be worth waiting for then. SD 820 should fix most issues. Also the Meizu Pro 5 hopefully will be launched in India.

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@Dr Anshuman wrote:

@DealSeeker wrote:

I am also looking to replace my secondary phone soon (use an iPhone as the primary device) and I have the following requirements in the order of importance.

(1) Android dual-SIM device
(2) Clear voice quality (any issues with the voice quality would be a deal-breaker)
(3) Not a selfie guy, but I do want the phone to have a good rear camera with decent performance in (i) zooming and (ii) low-light
(4) Good battery life (don’t need a power hungry, high-performance device)

Please provide your suggestions, guys. While you are at it, please also suggest a good A2DP supporting Bluetooth earphone or headphone.

CC @cybertechie @goss8877 @TronGalaxy @Dr Anshuman @PaytmKaPoojari


Nexus 5X has very decent low light perf thanks to the 1.55u pixels. Check out its review on Anandtech. Otherwise if ever the Xiaomi Mi4c comes to these shores it will be a good option as well. Keep in mind though in both the SD 808 is nt capable of maintaining peak perf beyond a few minutes.


+1 go for nexus 5x if you can compromise on dual SIM capability.

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@Dr Anshuman wrote:

@DealSeeker wrote:

@PaytmKaPoojari wrote:

What’s ur price range and is brand a preference for you + are you willing to compromise on Android updates or rather delay in Android updates


Sorry, I didn’t mention the budget because the thread title mentions it. I can go higher, though. Brand doesn’t matter, but after-sales service does. I am okay with slow Android updates as long as there aren’t any major bugs in the version that the phone comes with. wink


Xiaomi Mi5 should be worth waiting for then. SD 820 should fix most issues. Also the Meizu Pro 5 hopefully will be launched in India.

I guess it will be launching in January again with a killing price for the range and superb all round performance but would it launch simultaneously in India is an issue. Also qiku q terra is an unknown brand from coolpad if u can compromise on brand then you have another option

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@PaytmKaPoojari wrote:

@Dr Anshuman wrote:

@DealSeeker wrote:

I am also looking to replace my secondary phone soon (use an iPhone as the primary device) and I have the following requirements in the order of importance.

(1) Android dual-SIM device
(2) Clear voice quality (any issues with the voice quality would be a deal-breaker)
(3) Not a selfie guy, but I do want the phone to have a good rear camera with decent performance in (i) zooming and (ii) low-light
(4) Good battery life (don’t need a power hungry, high-performance device)

Please provide your suggestions, guys. While you are at it, please also suggest a good A2DP supporting Bluetooth earphone or headphone.

CC @cybertechie @goss8877 @TronGalaxy @Dr Anshuman @PaytmKaPoojari


Nexus 5X has very decent low light perf thanks to the 1.55u pixels. Check out its review on Anandtech. Otherwise if ever the Xiaomi Mi4c comes to these shores it will be a good option as well. Keep in mind though in both the SD 808 is nt capable of maintaining peak perf beyond a few minutes.


+1 go for nexus 5x if you can compromise on dual SIM capability.


2015 has been a bad year for Android flagships. Much of this blame can be attributed to Qualcomm but OEMs are nt blameless either. Case in point Samsung with its horrible memory management. Has this been fixed with 5.1.1? Otherwise I would have gone with the S6. My wait is prolonged yet again:(

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@PaytmKaPoojari wrote:

@Dr Anshuman wrote:

@DealSeeker wrote:

@PaytmKaPoojari wrote:

What’s ur price range and is brand a preference for you + are you willing to compromise on Android updates or rather delay in Android updates


Sorry, I didn’t mention the budget because the thread title mentions it. I can go higher, though. Brand doesn’t matter, but after-sales service does. I am okay with slow Android updates as long as there aren’t any major bugs in the version that the phone comes with. wink


Xiaomi Mi5 should be worth waiting for then. SD 820 should fix most issues. Also the Meizu Pro 5 hopefully will be launched in India.

I guess it will be launching in January again with a killing price for the range and superb all round performance but would it launch simultaneously in India is an issue. Also qiku q terra is an unknown brand from coolpad if u can compromise on brand then you have another option


Terra is not an option cuz of its 6.0" form factor. I will develop CTS and/or RSI for sure considering my usage. Mi5 is rumoured to be priced at CNY 2599 abt $400?

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@Dr Anshuman wrote:

@PaytmKaPoojari wrote:

@Dr Anshuman wrote:

@DealSeeker wrote:

I am also looking to replace my secondary phone soon (use an iPhone as the primary device) and I have the following requirements in the order of importance.

(1) Android dual-SIM device
(2) Clear voice quality (any issues with the voice quality would be a deal-breaker)
(3) Not a selfie guy, but I do want the phone to have a good rear camera with decent performance in (i) zooming and (ii) low-light
(4) Good battery life (don’t need a power hungry, high-performance device)

Please provide your suggestions, guys. While you are at it, please also suggest a good A2DP supporting Bluetooth earphone or headphone.

CC @cybertechie @goss8877 @TronGalaxy @Dr Anshuman @PaytmKaPoojari


Nexus 5X has very decent low light perf thanks to the 1.55u pixels. Check out its review on Anandtech. Otherwise if ever the Xiaomi Mi4c comes to these shores it will be a good option as well. Keep in mind though in both the SD 808 is nt capable of maintaining peak perf beyond a few minutes.


+1 go for nexus 5x if you can compromise on dual SIM capability.


2015 has been a bad year for Android flagships. Much of this blame can be attributed to Qualcomm but OEMs are nt blameless either. Case in point Samsung with its horrible memory management. Has this been fixed with 5.1.1? Otherwise I would have gone with the S6. My wait is prolonged yet again:(

5.1.1 memory management was still an issue. And Samsung is not at all renowned for updating it phones in India. Sony and to an extent even LG fare better and Moto still the best even though their update policies is in doldrums after the Moto e 2015 saga. Even the battery stats issue or so called battery drain was there in 5.1 and even 6.0 don’t know 6.01. The most rock solid release till date was Kitkat imo. The lollipop era brought too much of new things in place

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@manishtaneja90404 wrote:

What’s about its after sales services?


Meizu MX5 at Rs 18k is an option worth considering. Dont have any idea abt the ASS though. Storage is limited to just 16GB. Higher storage options have nt been launched yet. Its AMOLED display most probably belongs to the same generation( unlike the OnePlus X )as the one gracing the S6 and Note5 making for a gorgeous display.

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@PaytmKaPoojari wrote:

@Dr Anshuman wrote:

@PaytmKaPoojari wrote:

@Dr Anshuman wrote:

@DealSeeker wrote:

I am also looking to replace my secondary phone soon (use an iPhone as the primary device) and I have the following requirements in the order of importance.

(1) Android dual-SIM device
(2) Clear voice quality (any issues with the voice quality would be a deal-breaker)
(3) Not a selfie guy, but I do want the phone to have a good rear camera with decent performance in (i) zooming and (ii) low-light
(4) Good battery life (don’t need a power hungry, high-performance device)

Please provide your suggestions, guys. While you are at it, please also suggest a good A2DP supporting Bluetooth earphone or headphone.

CC @cybertechie @goss8877 @TronGalaxy @Dr Anshuman @PaytmKaPoojari


Nexus 5X has very decent low light perf thanks to the 1.55u pixels. Check out its review on Anandtech. Otherwise if ever the Xiaomi Mi4c comes to these shores it will be a good option as well. Keep in mind though in both the SD 808 is nt capable of maintaining peak perf beyond a few minutes.


+1 go for nexus 5x if you can compromise on dual SIM capability.


2015 has been a bad year for Android flagships. Much of this blame can be attributed to Qualcomm but OEMs are nt blameless either. Case in point Samsung with its horrible memory management. Has this been fixed with 5.1.1? Otherwise I would have gone with the S6. My wait is prolonged yet again:(

5.1.1 memory management was still an issue. And Samsung is not at all renowned for updating it phones in India. Sony and to an extent even LG fare better and Moto still the best even though their update policies is in doldrums after the Moto e 2015 saga. Even the battery stats issue or so called battery drain was there in 5.1 and even 6.0 don’t know 6.01. The most rock solid release till date was Kitkat imo. The lollipop era brought too much of new things in place


Yeah thats another problem with Samsung further compounded by the fact that flashing a custom ROM trips KNOX and renders your warranty void. And Exynos continues to be a black box in terms of source code access preventing the community from picking up the slack. Hell Samsung did nt even update the high-end Galaxy Tab Pro!

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@Dr Anshuman wrote:

@manishtaneja90404 wrote:

What’s about its after sales services?


Meizu MX5 at Rs 18k is an option worth considering. Dont have any idea abt the ASS though. Storage is limited to just 16GB. Higher storage options have nt been launched yet. Its AMOLED display most probably belongs to the same generation( unlike the OnePlus X )as the one gracing the S6 and Note5 making for a gorgeous display.


My favourites in order
1) nexus 5x – albeit dual SIM capability
2) Mi5
3) Meizu mx 5
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@hkharry wrote:

You returned Moto X play without any issues… That too to Flipkart


it was having certain issues,

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@PaytmKaPoojari wrote:

+1 go for nexus 5x if you can compromise on dual SIM capability.


I can’t. That’s why I can’t consider Nexus phones. sad CC @Dr Anshuman