Top 5 mobile phones in India

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Keeping a track of the number of handsets that are being launched in the country is quite a difficult feat right now. The segment for affordable and middle segment phones is expanding very rapidly. There are quite a few handsets that deserve to be at the top. This article talks of the top 5 mobile phones which are not only great performers but provide bang for their buck. It comes as no surprise that most of the devices are Android ones, being the most popular operating system.

Moto Turbo 

Undoubtedly the Moto Turbo is one of the top 5 handsets that are there in the Indian market. The device works on Android Lollipop 5.0 and has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor embedded within. It produces great performance and is priced much below other flagship handsets from the crème de la crème of the market.
The phone has a 3900mAh battery embedded in it along with the Turbocharger from Motorola which provides 7 hours battery life within 15 minutes of charging the phone. The display unit is a QHD one that measured 5.2 inches. The internal machinery of the phone includes a quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor that clocks a speed of 2.7GHz. The RAM is 3GB. The rear camera is a 21MP one with autofocusing abilities. Low light photography is supported by the dual LED flash. The front camera is a 2MP one. The screen on the phone has water and dust resistant nano coating that protects the phone against spills.
It provides the best performance among all Android handsets and has great battery life. The build is sturdy and handy. The only drawback is the phone for a flagship level which produces noisy images.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 

The Galaxy Note series is a great benchmark device when phablets are considered. If you want an Android handset with a gigantic screen, this is definitely one of the best for you. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is based on the Android 4.4 and has a super AMOLED display unit that measures 5.7 inches. The resolution of the phone is 2560X1440 pixels. The processor powering the device is a quad core on which clocks a speed of 2.7GHz. Its RAM is a 3GB one. The Galaxy Note 4 has an internal memory of 32GB that can be expanded via microSD card till 128GB. The front camera is a 3.7MP one while the rear one is 16MP. The phone supports options of connectivity such as Bluetooth, 3G, Wi-Fi, microUSB and EDGE/GPRS. The battery enabled in the device is a 3220 mAh one. It comes in colours such as blossom pink, charcoal black, frosted white and bronze gold. The design overhaul of the device is quite good and the display is crystal clear. The OIS camera which records 4K videos is one of the highlights of the device.

The only drawback of the phone is its extra-large size and the plastic rear panel which feels very flimsy.

Apple iPhone 6 

Apple is one of the largest smartphone companies and has a fan following like no other. Its latest offering, the Apple iPhone 6 has a great camera along with the fluidic performance of the device. The screen on the camera is a 4.7 inches one with IPS coating. It has a resolution of 1334X750 pixels. The glass has an oleophobic coating and is shatter proof. It is powered by a dual core processor that clocks a speed of 1.4GHz. The RAM is a 1GB one. The operating system built in is iOS 8. It comes with three options of storage space-16, 64 and 128 GB. The rear camera is an 8MP one with autofocusing abilities and dual LED flash. The front camera has a resolution of 1.2MP. Its options of connectivity are Bluetooth, 3G, Wi-Fi, EDGE/GPRS, micro USB and NFC. The sensors built into the device are barometer, accelerometer, compass, gyro and proximity. It is available in colours such as gold, silver and space grey. The camera on the smartphone is one of the best. The display unit is quite sharp and its brightness great. The performance of the phone overall is quite good. The phone’s design, however, has been criticized for being very slippery. Its battery life also requires a lot of rework.

Moto X 2nd Generation 

 The Moto X’s second generation is now at par with any of the other flagship devices from other companies. It has one of the best balancing and provides most bang for buck. The phone is a dual SIM one with dual stand-by. The display unit is 5.2 inches in length and has a resolution of 1920X1080 pixels. The Qualcomm Snapdragon processor is a quad core one and clocks a speed of 2.5GHz. The RAM enabled in the device is 1GB and it is powered by the Android KitKat 4.4. The second generation of Moto X has an internal memory of 16GB which can be expanded through microSD card support. The rear camera is a 13MP one which has a flash as well. The front one is a decent 2MP one. The options of connectivity included in the phone are micro USB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, EDGE/GPRS and 3G. The sensors built in include compass, accelerometer and proximity. The battery embedded in the phone is a 2300 mAh one. The phone delivers smooth performance without lags. Its FHD display is premium and looks bright. The battery life is also very decent. The cameras on the phone continue to be a drawback. Also, its leather rear cover can be scratched quite easily.

HTC Desire Eye 

The HTC Desire Eye has been targeted at selfie crazy buyers. The phone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor. Both the front and back camera are 13MP ones. The display unit of the phone is 5.2 inches and the pixels resolution is 1920X1080 pixels. The body is water and dust resistant one. The quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor clocks a speed of 2.3GHz while the RAM in the device is a 2GB one. The internal storage space is 16GB which can be expanded to 128GB via microSD cards. The connectivity options in the phone are NFC, 3G, Wi-Fi, USB and Bluetooth. The battery in place is a 2400mAh one and the phone is powered by Android KitKat with the Sense 6 user interface placed on the stock Android version. The phone has a good design and the user interface renders a smooth performance. The twin 13MP cameras perform quite well. However, the phone’s price may be an inhibitor for most.

Author Bio : Mahesh Mehta is Chief Editor at 5 Random Things. He is known for his creative online marketing skills and specializes in handling web marketing efforts and boosting online conversion.