Motorola’s recent Moto Edge 20 has made it to our list thanks to strong specifications and capable performance. We’ve also got some exciting new additions from last month such as the Realme GT Master Edition, OnePlus Nord 2, Poco F3 GT. All these smartphones offer incredibly powerful SoCs and great features under Rs. 30,000.
Xiaomi’s Mi 11 series continues to make waves, and the Mi 11X is a strong contender on this list, making it one of the most powerful smartphones under Rs. 30,000. Realme recently launched the X7 Max 5G which displaces the X7 Pro 5G. The new model is more powerful but comes in at a lower price, making its predecessor irrelevant even though it’s still an objectively good phone
Samsung’s Galaxy A52 made a big splash with its IP67 rating and funky design. Some of our older recommendations also still remain strong contenders in this space.
It’s an exciting time to be buying a smartphone in this segment as premium features such as an IP rating for dust and water resistance have also started to trickle down. We’ve reviewed many new phones that have launched since our last update but only a few have managed to make the cut. Here’s a quick glance at the best phones you should consider if you have a budget of up to Rs. 30,000.
Best phones under 30,000
|Phones under Rs. 30,000||Gadgets 360 rating (out of 10)||Price in India (as recommended)|
|Motorola Edge 20||8||Rs. 29,999|
|Realme GT Master Edition||8||Rs. 27,999|
|OnePlus Nord 2||8||Rs. 27,999|
|Poco F3 GT||8||Rs. 26,999|
|Mi 11X||8||Rs. 29,999|
|Realme X7 Max 5G||8||Rs. 26,999|
|Samsung Galaxy A52||8||Rs. 26,499|
|Vivo V20 Pro||8||Rs. 29,990|
|Realme X3 SuperZoom||9||Rs. 27,999|
Motorola Edge 20
Motorola’s new Edge series is looking to make a mark in the Indian smartphone market, and the Edge 20 is just what the doctor ordered. It features a powerful SoC, a very fluid 144Hz display refresh rate, promised timely software updates, a versatile set of cameras, and an IP52 rating for dust and water resistance. This phone is primarily focused on aesthetics, and it is slim and light, but as a result its relatively low-capacity battery requires frequent charging. If you are looking for a slim smartphone, or one running bloatware-free Android, the Motorola Edge 20 is worth considering for the price…Read more>>