DROIDS ON A BUDGET
ANDROID PHONES DON’T COME AT EXORBITANT PRICES ANY LONGER. WE TAKE A LOOK AT THE OPTIONS YOU CAN CONSIDER WITHOUT CHANGING YOUR BUDGET MUCH.
ack in 2008, owning an Android smartphones was a farfetched dream, the reason being the operating system was relatively new and only the leading handset makers were releasing phones on the platform. The handful of smartphones, therefore, had hefty price tags. Things have changed down the years. Along with the big names, Indian handset companies are now looking beyond the dual-sim devices and eyeing the Android market. As a result, we now have many Android smartphones priced under 10,000. While the prices are enticing, you shouldn’t, however, expect the best of hardware when you acquire these phones. Do consider the display size, processor speed and the RAM— specs that will boost the overall performance of the handsets. Here are a few that we think are worth their price.