Top phones under ₹20,000 in India in February 2020

The Indian smartphone market has become highly competitive over the years, and the devices are priced very aggressively. There are several companies fighting for the top spot in the budget segment which is dominated by Xiaomi, Vivo and Samsung.

If you are looking for a smartphone under ₹20,000, there are several options to choose form. There have been several launches over the past few months, including the Redmi K20, Poco X2, Realme X2, Galaxy A50s and more.

In this post, we look at some of the top smartphones available under ₹20,000 in India.


Top phones under ₹20,000 in India

SpecificationsRedmi K20Poco X2Realme X2Galaxy A50sGalaxy M40
ChipsetSnapdragon 730Snapdragon 730GSnapdragon 730GExynos 9611Snapdragon 675
Primary camera48MP + 8MP + 13MP64MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP64MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP48MP + 5MP + 8MP32MP + 5MP + 8MP
Selfie camera20MP20MP + 2MP32MP32MP16MP
Fast charging18W27W30W15W15W

Xiaomi Redmi K20 - Starting at ₹19,999

The Xiaomi Redmi K20 is a premium looking device and is packed with premium features such as an AMOLED display, powerful chipset and a triple camera setup. While the device was launched with a price tag of ₹21,999, it is now available for ₹19,999.

The Redmi K20 features a gradient glass back design which the company has dubbed as ‘Aura Prime’. It features a triple camera setup at the back and a pop-up selfie camera at the front.

The device with its all-screen front, beautiful design, decent cameras, big battery and powerful chipset make it one of the best devices under ₹20,000 in India.

Poco X2 - Starting at ₹15,999

Poco, which recently became an independent brand has already launched its first device, the Poco X2. Sticking to its USP, the company has packed the device with a lot of features that make it an excellent option in the segment.

The back of the phone sports a glossy design and has a circular design around the camera module. The main highlight of the Poco X2 is its 120Hz display which is a first for a device in this segment. It features a quad camera setup at the back and a dual punch-hole selfie camera.

The Poco X2 is available starting at ₹15,999 and goes all the way up to ₹19,999.

Realme X2 - Starting at ₹16,999

The Realme X2 is based on the company’s Realme XT and has been priced in the mid-range segment. The device features aa 3D glass back design with hyperbola effect that gives it a premium look.

The main highlight of the Realme X2 is its AMOLED display and the quad camera setup. The device is also equipped with Oppo’s 30W VOOC fast charge technology that powers up the device’s 4,000mAh battery very quickly.

The Realme X2 is available starting at ₹16,999 and goes all the way up to ₹19,999.

Samsung Galaxy A50s - Starting at ₹17,499

Samsung has updated the Galaxy A50 and launched the Galaxy A50s with a revamped design and upgraded cameras. The device features a dual-tone polycarbonate back that looks like glass.

The Samsung Galaxy A50s features an Infinity-U AMOLED display and a triple camera setup at the back. It features an in-display fingerprint sensor and supports Samsung Pay via NFC.

The Samsung Galaxy A50s is available starting at ₹17,499 and goes all the way up to ₹19,999.

Samsung Galaxy M40 - ₹16,999

If you are looking for a more affordable option from Samsung, the Galaxy M40 is a better choice. It was launched early last year and features a punch-hole notch that houses the selfie camera. It has a gradient back design to give it a premium look.

The main highlight of the device is its minimal bezel display. Samsung has used screen sound technology that uses the screen as the earpiece. The device features a triple camera setup at the back. It features a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor which is faster than in-display fingerprint sensors.

If you are looking for an affordable Samsung device, the Galaxy M40 at ₹16,999 is worth considering.

See also:

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