Top 5 Best Mobile Phones Under ₹10000 Budget ⚡ July 2021

Alright friends, here's a fantastic video for you guys! I’m saying this line after so many days, since you guys were missing our popular “Under” series videos.
So I thought I’d say it for you guys. And this is the video for Best Smartphones Under 10K Rs
I’m going to tell you about the best smartphones under 10K Rs in July & also why you should buy them. Remember now, we do rank them after looking at them overall. But when you’re buying a new smartphone, make sure you have a specific requirement.
And for that, do check out our video – TrakinTech Smartphone Buying Guide 2021 (Video link is provided in the “i” card) That is one of the most helpful videos you will get. And it’ll help you make the correct decision. And after watching that video, you guys will be able to tell & help your friends & family members about how to decide to buy a new phone.

Let’s start with the list. We have kept some basic minimum criteria like a big 6.5”+ screen, a 5000mAh battery, minimum 4GB of RAM, the important performance And yes a multi camera setup, especially a dual/triple camera. So these are the minimum criterias. And the price, of course, should be below 10K Rs. And there’s a SUBSCRIBE button below the video, so do click on it, not a 10000 times but just once! The video that we made in April and this video you are watching now has a list with 2-3 different phones. (5) realme Narzo 30A – Comes with a 6.5 HD+ screen, has a Helio G85 processor & yes, it's a really good processor under 10K Rs.
It gives a good performance, along with 4GB RAM & 64GB storage, has a 6000mAh battery, a 13+2MP back camera & a 8MP front camera.

So overall if you look at all the specifications, it definitely comes at number 5. Friends, realme also launches some similar phones at times with just some small changes like adding a 2MP sensor & changing the name. (4) realme C25s – It is exactly the same as realme Narzo 30A, just with an additional camera setup of 13MP+2MP+2MP at the back & it’s price is more by 500 Rs.

So this is priced at Rs 10,499 & with offers you can get it for even less. And all the product links are given in the description below. (3) Infinix Hot 10S – If you like a big screen or multimedia a lot, then you can take a look at it. Like I said, if these things are important, then this would be at 1st position.

Why? Because it has a 6.82” HD+ screen with 90Hz fast refresh rate, the camera at the back has a 48MP triple camera setup (48MP+2MP+AI Lens) I’m not really sure what the AI lens does but it’s a triple camera setup with the 48MP as the primary sensor. It has a Helio G85 processor which is one of the best under 10K Rs price range, has a 6000mAh battery & a 4+64GB base variant pricing at Rs 9,999.
(2) Micromax In 1 – It is in 2nd position because of its FHD+ display. The 1st & 2nd position phones have a FHD display while the other 3 have HD+ screens.
And that is the main difference. It is an Indian brand, but it has a Helio G80 processor instead of G85, which isn’t much different but G80 stands a little low. But because of the FHD+, it is in 2nd position. It has a 5000mAh battery with a 48MP triple camera setup & is priced at 9,999 Rs & that makes it at number 2 on our list.

(1) POCO M3/Redmi 9 Power – Which is miles ahead at number 1. Both the POCO M3 & Redmi 9 Power are good. You get an extra sensor in the Redmi 9 Power. And it is priced at 10,500 Rs while the POCO M3 is priced at Rs 10000. So you can look at any of the 2. There are a lot of good things. Both have 6.53”FHD+ screen, a 6000mAh battery, Qualcomm SD662 processor with 6GB RAM, while the others come with 4+64GB.
This one comes with 6GB RAM & 64GB storage under 10K Rs & the primary camera sensor at the back is 48MP. So looking at all the things, I think that POCO M3 & the Redmi 9 Power are miles ahead of their competitors. And it’s interesting that 2.5-3 months ago in the “Under 10K” series video, this was the same phone that was on top & even today it is the same.
What do you think about these rankings ? Do you agree with our rankings ? Do let us know in the comments section below & share it with your friends so that they can buy a correct & perfect phone.

That’s all for this video, until the next one, KeepTrakin & Stay Safe!.

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Top 5 BEST Smartphones of 2021…. So Far

– What's up, guys? SuperSaf here, and believe it or not we're almost halfway through 2021 already. Time really does fly. And, so far this year we've had some amazing
smartphones already. Now, like I've been doing
for the past few years, halfway through the year I do give you my top five
personal picks of the year so far. Now, before we get into the
list, a few disclaimers. I've tested a lot of smartphones
this year, but obviously I've not tested every single one. So there may be a
smartphone that you think should have been featured,
which hasn't been. That's absolutely fine. Please drop that in the comments below and I'll try to test it out and include it in the final end of year list. Second disclaimer, this is
my personal top five list.

It might be different to your list. That's absolutely fine guys. We can still be friends.
There's no need to fight. Please drop your top picks
down in the comments below. This list is in no particular order. I'm just giving you my top five. And because this list is of devices released in 2021, there are no iPhones in this top five list. Yes, we did have the purple iPhone 12, but that's just a different color. It doesn't really count
as a different smartphone. If you must know, the
iPhone that I use most is the iPhone 12 Pro Max. I've had it since the day it was released. I really like the cameras,
they're very consistent. It's got some of the best video on any smartphone right now and it's got excellent battery life.

Now there's definitely
room for improvement. We don't have the best
display on the iPhone. There's lots of other
smartphones, this year especially, that do overtake the iPhone in terms of display with high refresh rates. And the iPhone that I think
most people will opt for is the iPhone 12. I've covered both the iPhone 12 Pro Max as well as the iPhone
12 in separate reviews. I'll link those in the
comments and the description. And if you are thinking about buying an iPhone,
personally speaking, I would recommend you wait a few months.

September is likely when
we're going to be hearing about the next new
iPhones, the iPhone 13s. So it might be worth just
waiting a little bit longer unless you get a great deal. Now, with all of that out of the way, let's go ahead and get to
the 2021 top five list. So, the first smartphone on my list in no particular order, is
the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. Now the S21 Ultra came
out very early this year and it has been the Android
smartphone that's been in my pocket for the
longest period of time.

And that's because Samsung
really did take a lot of feedback from users on the S20
Ultra and pretty much improved everything that we had asked for. So we've got an excellent
display with 120 hertz. We've got a very unique design,
which we don't really see on any other smartphone,
with a camera module really blending into the sides. And I'm a little bit biased but the matte black version
looks absolutely stunning.

We've got excellent overall
cameras with, in my opinion the best zoom on any smartphone right now. 10x obstacle zoom, which
can be extended quite a bit. Now, we no longer get a
charger included out of the box which isn't great for a
smartphone of this price. And the charging is also
not the fastest out there. It's only 25 watts wired charging. And this year we no longer
have a MicroSD card slot. Something that a lot of people are used to on Samsung Galaxy devices. But, regardless, it's
an excellent smartphone and I can easily recommend it. Right, moving on. The next smartphone on my list was also a smartphone
that came up pretty early but has kind of got forgotten a little bit and that is the Oppo Find X3 Pro. Now Oppo really did try to tick all of the boxes with this device.

We've got an excellent display. We've got some great overall cameras and what's quite unique is that we have the same sensor for the primary as well as the ultra wide camera, which you don't really see
on many of the devices. And we also have the world's first microscope camera on a smartphone. Now this is something
that I initially thought was a bit of a gimmick, but after using it, I
actually found I was using it more than the telephoto camera. Just kind of getting my
camera close up to things and really being able to see the details is just so, so much fun. There's also 65 watt charging included out of the box with 35
watt wireless charging. And it's also quite compact
for a full size flagship. It's only around 8.26 millimeters thin, which makes it a lot lighter
and a lot easier to use compared to some of the
other flagships out there. Now, of course it's not perfect. There's definitely room for improvement.

I think the selfie camera could
be improved, it's only 1080p and with the design, although
the way the camera module rises up is quite unique,
the overall design does look very similar to
the iPhone 12 Pro Max. I also think the device
is priced slightly high, especially if we compare it to the next smartphone on this list and that is the OnePlus 9 Pro. Now OnePlus and Oppo are partner companies so we do see a lot of similarities, especially from the front. The displays look almost identical. This is not a bad thing. We do have 120 hertz on both displays and they're very good. The OnePlus 9 Pro, however does come in quite a bit cheaper compared to the Oppo Find X3 Pro. And for that, you're not
really missing out on too much. You do get a premium built design Warp Charge 65T included
out of the box with support for wireless charge 50T,
which is very, very fast.

And although the
internals are very similar to other flagships out there, what you find with the OnePlus 9 Pro is that, thanks to OxygenOS, it is very, very fast and smooth. We also have some big improvements for the cameras this
year on the OnePlus 9 Pro with the ability to record
8K from both the primary as well as the ultra wide camera. And we have this massive
Hassleblad partnership which in my opinion, didn't
fully live up to the hype and although the cameras
have improved with time with software updates, I still
think that the Hassleblad partnership fruits will be
seen a few years down the line.

Now the front facing
camera is still not good as with the Find X3 Pro, it's just 1080p but overall, the one plus
nine pro is a great package. Now, before we move on, if you're enjoying this video so far, please do consider
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coverage like this. Right, now the next smartphone on my list I mean, it's complete overkill, it ticks pretty much all of the boxes and that is the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. Now this device arguably
has one of the best displays on the market right now. Definitely one of the brightest displays out there with 1700 nits. You've got 120 hertz refresh rate with 480 hertz touch sampling. It's got a very premium ceramic build. You've got 67 watts
wired charging included but you've also got support
for 67 watt wireless charging, some of the fastest wireless charging you're going to find out there.

You also get a secondary
display on the back which can be used as a viewfinder for the rear facing cameras, which means you can get some
very high quality selfies. Now, the cameras overall, in my experience did not live up to the hype. Yes, they have been improved over time, but things like the 120X at
the back on a zoom camera that only has five times
optical zoom capability in my opinion, was just bad at marketing. I mean, sure, the Zoom's good, but it doesn't not compare to the zoom on something like the S21 Ultra. Now moving on, the final
smartphone on my list. This was definitely very
difficult to choose, but I think it's going to have to be the best compact Android
smartphone out there, in my opinion and that is the ASus Zenfone 8. Now this was a bit of
a surprise from ASus. Traditionally we've had the
flip, which we still have but the Zenfone 8, for me,
was a device that comes in at a very competitive price point with pretty much all of the internals that you have on any other flagship.

There's really not many compromises made. You've got 120 hertz display. You do have a respectable
4,000 milliampere battery with 30 watt charging
included out of the box and a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack which you're not going to find on any other smartphone on this list. So, very impressive there. Now, you don't get
wireless charging included and it can seem like a pretty basic phone. It's not got any bells and whistles but if you are after a
compact flagship smartphone, then the Asus Zenfone 8
is an easy recommendation. Now, I do have lots of honorable mentions because there's so many great
smartphones that I have used. We do have the gaming smartphone, such as the ROG Phone 5, the pro the one that I liked best,
which was the ultimate edition 144 hertz display, 6,000
milliampere battery with lots of triggers for gaming. And then we also had
the Legion Phone Duel 2, which, in my opinion, is more of a gaming
device than a smartphone.

And that's because it's really been built for gaming completely in landscape, including the pop-up selfie camera, 144 hertz display, a built-in fan to keep your device cool
after long gaming periods, as well as two USB ports, which you can use simultaneously
for dual turbo charging. This just absolutely blew my mind. The ability to plug in two USB-C cables to up to a 90 watt charger which give you some
very, very fast charging. We also had the ASus Zenfone Flip, which allows you to use
the rear facing cameras as front facing cameras
with 8K video recording. Overall, a great smartphone.

The S21 as well as the 21 Plus, which offer a lot of features
that the S 21 ultra offers, but at a lower price, even
compared to last year. We've also had the Vivo X60 Pro as well as the X60 Pro Plus. Very promising devices, which unfortunately, I have not had a massive amount of time to play with. And let's not forget some
of the budget options that we've had this year,
such as the Realme 8 Pro which I was very impressed with. 108 megapixel camera, 50
watt dock charging included out of the box, all for under 300 pounds. We also had the Poco F3 with the Qualcomm
Snapdragon 870 processor, 120 hertz refresh rate, again coming in at around 300 pounds, which is absolutely insane.

And then I also got to test
out the Infinix Note 10 Pro which is a device that retails
for around 259 dollars, has a 90 hertz display,
256 gigabytes of storage with 8 gigabytes of RAM at that very competitive price. I mean, I could potentially
do a separate video altogether for the top five budget smartphones. Definitely let me know
in the comments below if you'd like me to do that. And that is my top five list
with the honorable mentions. What are your favorite
smartphones of the year so far? Do drop those in the comments below. I hope you enjoyed this
video and found it useful. If you did, then do smash
that like that for me. And if you haven't already,
then be sure to subscribe and hit that bell icon. We are going to be having
the end year full roundup as well as the SuperSaf
Style collaboration with all my friends, which you definitely don't want to miss. Thanks for watching. This is Saf on SuperSaf TV. I'll see you next time..

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Top 5 Best Smartphones Under ₹40000 Budget ⚡ May 2021

If your budget is 40K & you're looking for a future proof flagship killer smartphone then this video is for you. Today I'm going to tell you the best flagship killer smartphone under 40K Today I'm going to tell you the best flagship killer smartphone under 40K If you're watching our video for the first time then subscribe to our channel & turn on notifications for all the latest updates Let me tell you there is no perfect phone, you have to decide on the basis of your requirements eg : camera, performance, audio video etc. Based on your specific requirement you have to decide & buy. ( smartphone buying guide video i -card) We'll give the highest priority to performance in this video with some minimum benchmarks Criteria : Min SD 865 or higher, fast refresh rate display – AMOLED/LCD, fast charging with 4000 mAh battery, min 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage, min 48 MP camera & 5G ready Phone at no. 5th position is Mi 10T Pro. Comes with 865 SoC, 5G, has really good IPS LCD screen with 144 Hz fast refresh rate, 8GB+128GB storage 5000 mAh battery with 33W fast charging & 108 MP multi cam support.

Looking at the price ie 37,999 it definitely deserves no 5th position in our list If your importance is gaming & camera then it might go to no. 2nd or 3rd position as well On 4th position is vivo's camera centric smartphone – vivo X60 5G. Has SD 870 SoC, 8GB+128GB. The vivo X series generally has very good selfie sensor I'll call this a camera centric phone. It has 120 Hz AMOLED screen, 4300 mAh battery with fast charging. If your highest priority is camera with flagship level specs then definitely you should look at vivo X60 5G Links of all the smartphones are given in the description.

Offers & discounts will make these smartphones even more cost effective The 3rd position goes to OnePlus 9R 5G that is only India specific. Comes with SD 870 SoC, 8GB+128GB, 6.55'' 120Hz AMOLED screen, 4500 mAh battery + 65W fast charging Battery & fast charging is a big highlight of this phone. If you're looking for a OnePlus smartphone around 40K then this is the one OxygenOS makes it a fluid experience with an overall good combination of hardware & software. Camera's are decent here. Overall around 40K pricing its at no 3 on our list Let's move on to the top 2 smartphones. It's a battle between iQOO & Xiaomi. 2nd position goes to Mi 11X Pro. Comes with 5G, SD 888 (currently best SoC in android world), 6.67'' FHD+ 120 Hz AMOLED screen Camera – 108MP primary camera.

So overall performance, camera, display & priced at 39,999. It's definitely at no 2nd position in our list We were discussing which smartphone would be at no. 1 but I think the iQOO 7 Legend Edition comes out on top. Reason being the improvements of FunTouchOS. The software experience you get is really very good. Camera setup you get : 48MP + 13MP + 13MP is a very functional & good camera. Comparing it to Mi 11X Pro camera Its focus is on big numbers ie 108 MP. But because of the practical camera on iQOO 7 Legend & experience of FunTOuchOS makes it really good It gets SD 888, 8GB+128GB, 4000 mAh battery + 66W fast charging gets an indisplay fingerprint that missing on Mi 11X Pro which has side mounted fingerprint sensor even when having an AMOLED screen on Mi 11X Pro.

So looking at these things then definitely in my book, Legend Edition is at NUMBER 1 for our BEST SMARTPHONE UNDER 40K Let us know in the comments below if your ranking varies with our ranking & also mention the reason why it differs with our ranking If you enjoyed this video then don't forget to like & share this video with your friends That's it from this video. Until then Keep Trackin & Stay Safe.

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