The Best Deals on Mobile Phones and Tablets [ 2023]

Are you Looking to buy a new mobile phone, But not sure which one to choose? Worry no more, here is the comprehensive list of the best mobile phones, Ranked in 5 price ranges. Not sure what to look for when buying a Mobile phone, Check out the comprehensive Smartphone buying guide to learn about different brands, different hardware, and what makes a mobile phone good or Bad. Every mobile phone in this list has something or the other that makes it better than the rest, and there are runner-ups too when the competition is close.

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SmartPhone Buying guide

Before buying a mobile phone there are many factors that one should go through like display, battery backup, processor, OS, camera, etc. Here we are with a detailed explanation of each important factor that will help you choose your next phone.


The processor is one of the most important parts of a smartphone as it is the factor that decides the extent of heavy tasks your phone could do. The perks of having a powerful processor are the ease with which you could play heavy games, do multitask, and open powerful software. Thus good processor makes the phone faster, more powerful, and of course more efficient.


This is an important specification that matters when we buy a mobile phone. The display is one of the vital parts of the phone which decides the look & feel and also decides the visual experience the user will get. Mainly the displays are of 3 types. LCD, OLED, and AMOLED.


It is the oldest among the three and stands for Liquid Crystal Display. It is the most popular and is seen in most of the low-end budget phones and is most commonly used. It can be further divided into TFT LCD and IPS LCD.


As of now, it is the best display which is present in our industries. It stands for Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode. If simplified it is the combination of TFT with a capacitor. It is better than all of its predecessors and is used in high-end phones. By using an AMOLED display the user experience goes to the next level. It is costlier than PMOLED but is more power efficient and has no restriction in size.

Screen Size

It is the other factor that decides the user experience. It is the size of the display of our mobile phones. In the market various screen sizes are available we can choose according to our needs.


Nowadays camera is one of the most attractive features of a smartphone. While talking about the specification most of us will be thinking about the MegaPixels or MP of the camera. But it is not the only deciding factor in the quality of the camera. Sensor type, stabilization, Image Sensing Processor, Lens and lens quality, and even the processor of the mobile is a factor in a better photo.

Types of cameras

Main Sensor: The primary camera Sensor of the phone is what you will use the most, and therefore, it will be the best sensor in the phone. In almost all budget Laptops, every camera except the main camera will be a hot pile of Garbage.

Ultrawide Sensor : If you want a wider Shot than what your primary sensor can capture, Ultawide camera provides wider field of view.

Telephoto sensor: Zoom shots can be handy for many people, but the loss of clarity due to digital magnification is an issue. Telephoto lens provides a solution by providing fixed or variable optical zoom capability. Mostly seen in very high-end Smartphones.

Macro Sensor: If you want to take a photo of small and close objects like insects, Flowers etc, a Macro camera can go as near as 2 c, providing a much better image quality. but the 2mp Macro Camera in budget phones is just to increase the number and is not usable at all.

Pixel Count

Even though more megapixels mean a better picture but more MP is not the only spec that you have to consider while choosing a Camera Phone. Let us take a 12MP camera. 1 Pixel is a small square area that combines and forms the picture you see. 12MP means 12 million pixels. A 12MP camera sensor produces 12 million pixels per inch. That means the higher the pixel count, the more minute details of the image are captured. It is vital if you are viewing a very enlarged view of the image. Else decent pixel count is enough for a good picture. The more the pixel count better the resolution.


If there is one thing that could take a camera to the next level, it will be OIS, short for optical image stabilization. It is a hardware function that shifts the camera to counteract the small vibrations and shaking of our hand, which could improve HDR, Night Time photos, Long exposure Shots, and Videos, by allowing the phone to open its shutter for more time, without blurring the image. If you are seriously into photography, you SHOULD go with a phone with OIS. Do note, every OIS is not the same.

Battery and charging type

It is another important factor of a mobile phone. The word “Mobile” means the ability to move. So the time you could move freely with your mobile phone is very important. The more the battery backup more you could use the mobile phone without breaking. Hence the battery capacity is important. It is better to choose a mobile phone with at least 4500mAh.

Charging speed is also an important factor. Nowadays even a basic mobile phone comes with 30W fast charging. (Except iPhones). So go for a device with fast charging than normal charging. As of now, there are fast-charging smartphones that charge up to 160W.

Wireless charging is also seen around us where you can charge your mobile phone without the cable. But as of now, this is very slow.

RAM and Storage

RAM which stands for Random Access is a primary memory where data and code processors might need sooner stored. RAM is measured in units called GB (Giga Bytes). More the RAM, less the time is required by the processor to fetch the data and thereby can complete the task faster. But the size of RAM can’t be increased as per need as it is costlier. Also, a normal user doesn’t need a huge amount of RAM. It is a widely spread misconception that the more RAM faster the device but actually you never use the extra RAM unless you are a heavy user. To know more about how much RAM you actually need click here.

On the other hand, the Storage can be chosen as per need. It is cheaper than RAM and hence is provided in bulk. We can choose 64GB or 128GB as per our needs.

Operating System (OS)

This is the face of your device. The smoothness and flow of our mobile phones depend upon the OS we have. It increases the look and feel of the device. Generally, OS is divided into 3 types Android, Stock Android, and iOS. What type of OS you use will affect how you interact with your phone in a fundamental way.


It is the most popular Mobile Operating system and is seen in most phones. It is highly customizable, you can tweak the in and out of your android phone to suit your taste. It is Fast and powerful and provides an array of exclusive functionalities over the IOS. The downside of Android is that it is highly fragmented, and is available in a number of flavours from different OEMs, some of which may be good, while others are trash


IOS is a different approach to smartphones, where the User is treated as a naive person, and therefore is provided with very few options and customization, and the OS is always as how Apple thinks the best version is. The advantages are a unified update cycle, long updates, and a good experience, regardless of which iPhone you get, where the phone you buy decides whether or not you like an android. Android VS IOS debates are Raging on for years, and there is much misinformation, some of which are checked in our series: Android VS iPhone – 5 Reasons Android Is Better ( Including Updates) – Asas Tech

Best Mobile Phones

Around 8k-12K

Infinix HOT 12 Play 

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  • Unisonic T610 Processor
  • 4 GB RAM | 64 GB ROM
  • 17.32 cm (6.82 inch) HD+ Display
  • 6000mAh Battery
  • 13MP main camera and 8MP selfie camera
  • This is best suggested for this price. This is a very basic phone with a good processor for this price and a huge battery

Infinix Note 12

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  • Mediatek G88 Processor
  • 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM
  • 6.7-inch FHD AMOLED Display
  • 5000mAh battery,33W Fast Charging
  • 50MP(Main)+16MP(Front)
  • if you want to have the cheapest AMOLED Display and a good processor, this is the best phone you could buy for around 10K

Around 15k-25K

POCO X4 Pro 5G 

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  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 695
  • AMOLED Display with peak Brightness of 1200 nits, 120Hz refresh rate, HDR10+.
  • 6GB RAM, 128GB Storage
  • 67W Flash Charge
  • 5000 mAh
  • 64MP triple camera system, 8MP Wide-angle camera, 2MP Macro camera.16MP Front Camera
  • It is a good choice for people who do media consumption and gaming. The camera is the only weakness of this phone compared to good phones in the same price range.

iQOO Z6 Pro 5G 

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  • Snapdragon 778G
  • AMOLED Display with peak Brightness of 1300 nits, 90Hz refresh rate, HDR10+.
  • 6GB RAM, 128GB Storage
  • 66W FlashCharge
  • 4700 mAh
  • 64MP triple camera system, 8MP Wide-angle camera, 2MP Macro camera.
  • We will only recommend this phone if you own an SBI credit card with which you will get an extra 3k off. It is not recommended otherwise.

Redmi Note 11 Pro + 5G

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  • Snapdragon 695
  • 6GB RAM, 128GB Storage
  • 67W Turbo Charge
  • 120Hz Super AMOLED Display with 120Hz Refresh rate
  • 5000mAh battery
  • 108MP triple camera set up with 8MP ultra-wide and 2MP macro sensor.
  • We won’t recommend this phone for gaming as its processor can’t handle heavy gaming. It is best recommended for multimedia consumption and photography.

Redmi K50i 5G

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  • Mediatek Dimensity 8100 Processor
  • 6GB RAM, 128GB Storage
  • 6.6-inch FHD+ display with 144Hz refresh rate.
  • 67W turbocharger
  • 5080mAh battery
  • 64MP primary sensor, 8MP Ultra-Wide, and 2MP Macro triple camera.
  • This is best recommended for heavy gaming, the only drawback of this phone is the lack of an AMOLED display.


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  • Snapdragon 870
  • AMOLED, 120Hz, HDR10+, 900nits peak brightness
  • 8GB RAM, 128 GB Storage
  • 64MP main camera, 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro
  • IP53, dust and splash resistant
  • 67W fast charging
  • 4500mAh

Around 35-50K

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G 

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  • Exynos 2100 SoC
  • 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage
  • AMOLED Display with 120Hz Refresh rate, HDR10+
  • 25W fast charging
  • 4500mAh
  • IP68 dust/water resistance
  • 12 MP main camera,8 MP 3x telephoto, 12MP ultrawide
  • This phone comes with a good display and a good camera. So for those who need a premium phone with a good camera, this is the one.

Xiaomi 11T Pro 5G Hyperphone

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  • Snapdragon 888
  • 120W HyperCharge
  • 6.67 inch 120Hz 10-Bit AMOLED
  • 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage
  • 5000mAh
  • The flagship 108MP HM2 sensor, 8MP Ultra-Wide sensor, and 5MP TeleMacro sensor
  • It is a feature phone and is good for gaming.

iQOO 9 5G

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  • Snapdragon 888+
  • 128GB 8GB RAM Storage
  • 120W FlashCharge 
  • 120Hz 10Bit AMOLED Display, 1200 nits peak brightness
  • 48 MP main camera, 13 MP ultrawide, 13 MP selfie camera
  • 4350 mAh battery
  • This phone is performance oriented and is good for gaming

Apple iPhone 13

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  • Apple A15 Bionic
  • 128GB 6GB RAM
  • iOS 16
  • 6.1 inch AMOLED display
  • 12 MP main camera, 12MP ultrawide.
  • 3200mAh battery
  • 20W fast charging

Above 60K

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G

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  • Snapdragon 8 Gen 1
  • Dynamic AMOLED 2X, 120Hz, HDR10+, 1750 nits (peak)
  • 12GB RAM, 256GB Storage
  • 108 MP main camera, 12 MP ultrawide, 10MP telephoto lens, 10x optical zoom, 40MP selfie camera
  • 45W fast charging
  • 5000mAh battery

Apple iPhone 14 Pro

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  • Apple A16 Bionic
  • 128GB 6GB RAM
  • iOS 16
  • 6.1 inch Super AMOLED Display
  • 48 MP main camera, 12MP ultrawide, 12MP telephoto, 3x optical zoom
  • 3200mAh battery
  • 20W fast charging


Realme Pad Mini

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  • Unisoc T616
  • 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM
  • Android 11
  • 8.7-inch FHD Display
  • 6400mAh
  • 8MP, 5MP

Realme Pad X

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  • snapdragon 695
  • 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM
  • 11-inch WUXGA+ Display
  • 13 MP, 8MP
  • 8340mAh battery
  • 33W fast charging

Apple iPad gen 9

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  • Apple A13 Bionic
  • 64GB 4GB RAM
  • iOS 16
  • 10.2 Inch retina display
  • 12MP, 5MP camera
  • 10W fast charging


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  • Snapdragon 860
  • 6GB RAM, 256GB ROM
  • ANDROID 12
  • 10.95 inch 2.5 120hz AMOLED display
  • 13mp,8mp camera
  • 8720mAh battery
  • 33W fast charging

iPad gen 4

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  • Apple A14 Bionic
  • 128GB 6GB RAM
  • iOS 16
  • 10.9-inch retina display
  • 12MP,7MP
  • 20W fast charging

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