Best smartphones under ₹25,000 in India in October 2021

Oct 29, 2021

By: Rounak Jain

Xiaomi Mi 10i – ₹20,999

The Xiaomi Mi 10i features a 6.67-inch Full HD display and is powered by a Snapdragon 750G chipset. It is equipped with a quad camera setup at the back and a 16MP selfie camera.

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OnePlus Nord CE 5G – ₹22,999

The Nord CE 5G sports a 6.43-inch Full HD display and is powered by the Snapdragon 750G chipset. It comes with a triple camera setup at the back and a 16MP selfie camera.

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Samsung Galaxy F62 – ₹23,999

The Samsung Galaxy F62 features a 6.7-inch Full HD display and is powered by the Exynos 9825 chipset. It features a quad camera setup at the back and a 32MP selfie camera.

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iQOO Z5 5G – ₹23,990

The iQOO Z5 5G sports a 6.67-inch Full HD display and is powered by the Snapdragon 778G chipset. It features a triple camera setup at the back and a 16MP selfie camera.

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Motorola Edge 20 Fusion – ₹21,999

The Motorola Edge 20 Fusion features a 6.67-inch Full HD display and is powered by the MediaTek 800U chipset. It comes with a triple camera setup at the back and a 32MP selfie camera.

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Vivo V21e 5G – ₹24,990

The Vivo V20e 5G sports a 6.44-inch Full HD display and is powered by the Dimensity 700 chipset. It comes with a dual camera setup at the back and a 32MP selfie camera.

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Realme 8s 5G – ₹17,999

The Realme 8s 5G features a 6.5-inch Full HD display and is powered by the Dimensity 810 chipset. It sports a triple camera setup at the back and a 16MP selfie camera.

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Redmi Note 10 Pro Max – ₹18,999

The Redmi Note 10 Pro Max comes with a 6.67-inch Full HD display and is powered by the Snapdragon 732G chipset. It comes with a quad camera setup at the back and a 16MP selfie camera.

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Vivo Y73 – ₹20,990

The Vivo Y73 features a 6.44-inch Full HD display and is powered by the MediaTek Helio G95 chipset. It sports a triple camera setup at the back and a 16MP selfie camera.

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