Windfall gains are generally not spent wisely. Incase you have got a bonus and wondering which phone to buy then here are a few options :
Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000
Moto E is a value for money phone. It offers 1GB RAM with a Quad-core processor along with Dual-SIM support. The 5 Megapixel camera manages to click average snaps but unfortunately lacks flashlight. The front camera is pathetic. So if you are not going to click many selfies then you should go for this.
In case you reluctant to a smartphone from a store and Google products like Google Drive, Hangouts are not used by you then can go for Lumia 535. It is a Dual-SIM phone with the same hardware specifications of Moto E(2nd Gen). The good thing about this device is that it offers a 5 Megapixel camera with flash. So if you are looking for a phone with good camera and using a Windows phone does not bother you then can go for this phone.
Note: If you are lucky to get Redmi 2 or Micromax Yu Yureka, then discard the above two options.
Rs 10,000 to Rs 20,000
Samsung Galaxy E5 is one of the better phones from the Korean company’s smartphone portfolio. It is one of their cheapest phones to offer a Super AMOLED HD screen. There is a 8 Megapixel camera with flash and a 5 Megapixel selfie camera. The Quad-core processor clocks at 1.2GHz and is backed by 1.5GB RAM. 16GB internal memory should be enough to store significant app data and run the phone smoothly. The 2400mAh battery may not be able to last for more than 24 hours.
Moto G is the best selling smartphone till date. It offers a Pure Android experience along with a Quad-Core processor which is coupled with 1GB RAM. If you are looking for a great camera in your device then you should avoid this phone because the 8 Megapixel snapper does not capture phenomenal images. The front camera is bearable. The utility of this device is that it runs smooth with minimal lags and bug and the battery is very good.
Rs 20,000 to 30,000
This smartphone sports a 13 Megapixel primary camera which is capable of HD video recording. The 5 Megapixel front camera is also very good for clicking selfies. The Quad-core processor is supported with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal memory which is sufficient enough to run the phone smoothly. The Super AMOLED Full HD screen is crisp and sharp.
Note: If you are able to get One Plus One or Xiaomi Mi4 then opt for them rather than Samsung.
Rs 30,000 to Rs 40,000
Moto X 2nd Generation has many features like Touchless Control (the phone responds to voice commands even when the phone is locked), Active Notifications and Twist to open camera gesture. It is powered by a Snapdragon 801 processor with 2GB RAM. The 13 Megapixel rear camera is good enough but the 2 Megapixel front camera is below average considering the price range. The AMOLED Display has a Full HD resolution. If you are not going to click many selfies then you can buy this phone.
Sony Xperia Z3 Compact has a 4.6 inch HD display with a pixel density of 320 PPI which is less than other flagships but its utility is in the smaller screen size. It is the most powerful smartphone with a screen size of less than 5 inches. The Snapdragon 801 processor is coupled with 2GB RAM. There is 20.7 Megapixel camera which is capable of clicking awesome snaps. The front camera is good enough for clicking selfies and video chatting. The smartphone is water-proof which makes it a handy choice for travellers.
Rs 40,000 and above
The two smartphones mentioned above do not need a reason to buy. But remember if you are willing to splurge such a large amount, then do consider the other options that you can go for like Bike, Laptop, Television etc 🙂