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Best camera phones under Rs 20,000 in India for November 2019

5 Best Camera Phone Under 20000 Two years ago, finding a budget smartphone with a good camera would have been possible only if you went the seconds route and bought a used smartphone. Fast forward to , though, and the entire scenario has changed for good, bringing multiple sensor-toting shooters to the masses.

Still, it is easy to get lost in the megapixel race. Smartphone makers try to one-up each other by offering higher resolution cameras, but not all megapixels are created equal. A good camera smartphone is a function of many things like the sensor size, image processing algorithms, other software optimisations and the camera resolution is only one aspect of this.

With that being said, there are several very good camera smartphones in the budget segment in India now.

We have prepared a list of smartphones with impressive cameras under Rs , that you should look out for.

If you are looking for a phone under K that has a balanced set of features, we ve got you covered. Check our list of best phones under K.

 

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Redmi K

Best camera phone under Rs ,

Display: .-inch full-HD+ x pixels AMOLED panel | OS: MIUI based on Android Pie | Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC | RAM: GB | Storage: GB internal | Rear camera: MP + MP + MP | Front camera: MP | Battery: mAh

  • Powerful MP rear camera
  • Pop-up selfie camera
  • Ample storage
  • Large screen size
  • Ads in system apps
  • The Redmi K, the recently launched mid-range smartphone from Xiaomi’s Redmi brand has been designed keeping in mind the criticisms the company faced with its affordable flagship device, the Poco F. With the device, the company has offered a premium device at an affordable price to take on the increasing competition in the smartphone segment.

While the Redmi K features a glass back, a stunning Full HD+ AMOLED display and an under-display fingerprint sensor, one of the main highlights of the device is its camera experience. It has a triple camera setup on the back with a powerful MP camera, an ultrawide camera and a telephoto lens, along with a MP selfie camera housed in the pop-up module.

The Redmi K now starts at Rs , in India, making it a great option under Rs ,.

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Realme XT

OS: Android Pie with ColorOS .. | Display: .-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display | Resolution: x | CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC | RAM: GB | Storage: GB, UFS . | Battery: mAh | Rear camera: MP + MP + MP + MP | Front camera: MP

  • Good performance
  • Versatile quad-camera setup
  • Runs Android Pie
  • Great battery life with fast charging
  • ColorOS

With a MP quad-camera setup, the Realme XT joins this list as one of the most versatile smartphone camera packages on a smartphone. It is also the first phone in India to sport a MP sensor. The others include an ultra-wide lens, a macro lens and a depth sensor.

Not just that, it brings great performance to the mix with the Snapdragon SoC and up to GB of RAM. This is also one of the few devices to offer a Super AMOLED display in this segment, with an in-display fingerprint scanner. It has a starting price tag of Rs , and is available in two colour options.

Xiaomi Redmi Note Pro

Weight: g | Dimensions: . x . x .mm | OS: Android . | Screen size: .-inch | Resolution: x pixels | CPU: Snapdragon | RAM: GBGB | Storage: GBGB | Battery: mAh | Rear camera: MP + MP | Front camera: MP

  • Impressive front camera
  • Solid performance
  • Value for money
  • Hybrid SIM card slot
  • Advertisements in MIUI

Xiaomi has dominated the budget and entry-level smartphone segments for a long time now. This is no different this year either – the launch of the Redmi Note Pro changed the market dynamics yet again. Offering a high-resolution, premium-grade MP camera at budget prices was the primary clincher for the Redmi Note Pro.

Apart from its imaging capabilities, the Redmi Note Pro offers a great bang for your buck thanks to the great display, a well-balanced chipset and battery life that we ve all grown to expect from Xiaomi s Redmi Note series.

Topping it all off is the glass design which gives it a premium look.

It has a great value for money quotient which is why the Redmi Note Pro is the phone to buy.

Read our full review of the Redmi Note Pro

Weight: .g | Dimensions: . x . x . mm | OS: Android . Pie | Screen size: .-inch | Resolution: x pixels | CPU: Snapdragon | RAM: GB | Storage: GB | Battery: mAh | Rear camera: MP + MP + MP | Front camera: MP

  • In-display fingerprint sensor
  • MP camera with Sony IMX sensor
  • Ample memory and storage
  • Big battery
  • p Pentile AMOLED display

Xiaomi s smartphones have been a hit in the budget segment and that trend has continued for years. However, not everyone is a fan of MIUI and Xiaomi has acknowledged that with the launch of its Android One series of smartphones.

The Mi A is the latest in this line of smartphones. It runs on clean, stock Android and should get updates faster than other phones. It also offers a decent camera experience, an in-display fingerprint sensor and a big battery at very aggressive prices, making it a great option if you want all these features.

Weight: g | Dimensions: . x. x .mm | OS: Android . | Screen size: .-inch | Resolution: x pixels | CPU: Snapdragon | RAM: GB | Storage: GB | Battery: mAh | Rear camera: MP + MP | Front camera: MP

Powerful performance

  • Value for money
  • No OIS

The Poco F, the only launch so far from Xiaomi’s first sub-brand Poco is a feature-packed mid-range device. It is the cheapest Snapdragon-powered device in India and with the recent price cuts, it offers even more value for your money. While the device’s design is something that the company has compromised on, the Poco F is durable with a sturdy plastic build.

If you prefer performance overlooks, the Poco F is the device for you. It is priced starting at Rs , in India.

Read the full review: POCO F Review

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  • Nokia .

Display: .-inch Full HD+ x pixels LCD HDR | OS: Android Pie | Processor: Snapdragon with Adreno graphics | RAM: GBGB RAM | Storage: GB | Rear camera: MP + MP + MP | Front camera: MP | Battery: mAh

Attractive design

  1. Android One
  2. HDR display
  3. Build quality

Not the best processor for the price

Announced at IFA , the Nokia . has already made its way to India. It retains the company s legendary build quality and design elements, brings some fresh new colours and a new set of cameras.

Implementing ZEISS optics, the Nokia . has a triple camera setup on the back consisting of a MP primary shooter, an MP ultra-wide lens and a depth sensor. Low-light imaging has been improved significantly too.

It s also one of the few premium Android One devices and should soon get updated to Android . The rest of the specs include an HDR display, the Snapdragon and a , mAh battery.

Realme Pro

Weight: g | Dimensions: x . x . mm | OS: Android . Pie | Screen size: .-inch | Resolution: x | CPU: Snapdragon | RAM: GB | Storage: GB | Battery: ,mAh | Rear camera: MP + MP + MP + MP | Front camera: MP

  • Quad camera setup
  • Good design
  • Ample memory and storage
  • Plastic body
  • Old version of Gorilla Glass
  • The Realme Pro is the latest kid on the black and it truly represents Realme s aim of taking on established smartphone makers in India. Featuring a mid-range Snapdragon chipset and offering a quad-camera setup in the budget segment, Realme Pro could be your next smartphone.

If you want a smartphone that offers great value for money and if you don t want to use MIUI again we ve all been a Xiaomi user at some point of time, the Realme Pro is worth considering.