Top Five Cheapest but Worth Android Mobile Phones in India [New Updated List]

In India android market will always shows the growing demand. Now we can get android devices in less price .This growing demand for the Android has led manufacturers both domestic and international to dish out Android devices for budget minded customers. Today it is achievable to buy an Android Gingerbread powered Smartphone for less than Rs 5000.  The surprise is that Android is estimated to rule 50 percent of the total Smartphone market in India in 2012 and coming years.

Among huge list of various android phones its very tough task to pick the one for you. Here am not trying to do that impossible task, In order to simplify your search, I will suggest the top five cheapest Android phones not only the means of money they provide best value for money.

1.    Motorola Defy Plus

One of the most popular smartphones from the Motorola stable, this strong Android baby is water and scratch resistant- a wonderful choice for the rough and tough situation. Generous a baking fast speed thanks to its 1GHz Cortex-A8 processor and a Android Gingerbread OS, Motorola Defy Plus ranks among the top contenders in the budget Android phones.

Price: Rs 14,249

2.  LG Optimus L3

One of the latest arrivals from the LG stable, LG Optimus L3 sports a stylish built and smart features making it one of the interesting offerings among the budget Android segment.The ergonomically designed device sports a 3.2-inch TFT LCD capacitive touchscreen with a 240 x 320 pixel QVGA resolution. Taking care of the hardware needs is the 800 MHz processor and Android Gingerbread OS which brings optimum performance and enhanced management to the device. On the camera front, the Optimus L3 packs in a basic 3-megapixel snapper with features like auto focus, Geo-tagging and easy sharing options.

Price: Rs 7,949

3.    Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos

When were talking about the best and budget Android smartphones, it is impossible to ignore Samsung’s Galaxy Y Pro Duos.Combing the best of the both worlds, this Samsung delight brings on board a 2.6-inch capacitive touchscreen and a QWERTY keyboard, for both touch and type users. A 832 MHz processor fuels the handset, while a 1350mAh battery and 32GB expandable memory takes care of your multitasking and storage needs.
Price: 8,998

4.    Sony Xperia U

Sony Xperia U bears elegance, comfort and impressive specs, which is enough to give many mid-budget smartphones some tough competition. This Android Gingerbread powered device features a 3.5-inch reality display, 5-megapixel snapper with HD video recording capabilities and Mobile BRAVIA Engine. A powerhouse of entertainment, the device houses Hollywood blockbusters, pre-loaded video, unlimited application from Sony Entertainment Network among others.

Price: 17,399

5.    Samsung Galaxy Y S5360


Powered by the Android Gingerbread OS, Samsung Galaxy Y comes fitted with a 3-inch TFT touchscreen, FM radio and 2-megapixel primary camera. The device also supports a expandable memory of 32GB and a host of connectivity options via Wi-Fi, GPRS, EDGE and 3G. Laced with Samsung’s TouchWiz UI and a 832MHz processor enables seamless multitasking while tons of social networking app and IM’s come handy in keeping in touch with family and friends. Other features include A-GPS, push email, 32GB expandable memory.

Price: Rs 7,075

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