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  • You can get Snapdragon 870-powered phones for under ₹30,000
  • One contender offers an IP rating
  • Another one has an offbeat design

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Best smartphones under ₹30,000

When it comes to the best smartphones under ₹30,000, there are a lot of tempting options out there.

Best Mobile Phones under ₹30,000 : Mid-range smartphones over the years have gotten so good that they very often question the need to spend an insane amount of money on so-called flagship phones.

So, here is a list of six such phones that cost under ₹30,000, but offer a very well-rounded experience nonetheless.

iQoo Neo 6

iQOO’s Neo 6 is the most well spec’d smartphone you can buy for ₹30,000. It has a Snapdragon 870 chipset at its core which ensures good gaming performance. It also comes bundled with a powerful 80W fast charger.

The phone's 120Hz AMOLED display is also quite good for watching media and its stereo speakers enhance the overall experience.

Poco F4

The new Poco F4 is quite similarly spec’d to the iQoo Neo 6. It has got the same Snapdragon 870 SoC, a 120Hz AMOLED display as well as stereo speakers.

It also charges pretty quickly with its bundled 67W fast charger.

Choosing between the Poco F4 and iQoo Neo 6 mostly comes down to which brand’s software experience you like better.

Realme GT Master Edition

If you fancy buying a unique-looking phone with good overall performance, you should check out the Realme GT Master Edition.

Its suitcase-like back panel is designed by industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa and it really stands out in a sea of similar-looking phones.

It also has robust specifications which include a Snapdragon 778G chipset, 64MP triple rear cameras, and a 120Hz AMOLED display.

Samsung Galaxy A52s

The Galaxy A52s is the only phone here with promised 5 years of security updates. It’s also the only one here with an IP67 rating.

The A52s is powered by a Snapdragon 778G chipset and also features a 120Hz AMOLED display.

Moto Edge 30

The Moto Edge 30 stands out with its high-resolution 50MP ultra-wide camera. With this phone, your ultra-wide photos won’t look much inferior to the ones you take with the main camera, which also has a resolution of 50MP.

Motorola’s Android skin is also very minimalist, so those who value a clean Android experience should have a look at the Edge 30.

OnePlus Nord 2T

The new Nord 2T comes with the new Dimensity 1300 chipset which makes it quite a powerful phone. It also features 80W fast charging which means that you can top its battery up very quickly.

The 50MP triple rear camera setup of the phone is similar to that of the Nord 2, which isn’t a bad thing since it takes good photos.

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