Top 8 Camera Smartphones Under Rs 10,000 You Can Buy Right Now! (April, 2019)

The budget smartphones now come with awesome features and specs. This includes flagship processors, top-end specs, big batteries and really good cameras. There are smartphones who offer some great camera performance at under 10,000 rupees.

The new entrants like Redmi Note 7 and Realme 3 have changed the game at under 10,000 rupees.

Today we are juggling through the top smartphones under Rs 10,000 who offers the best camera performance on a budget. We have considered image quality, color reproduction, colour accuracy and low light performance to pick the best.

Here’s the top camera smartphones you can buy under 10,000 rupees in 2019.

Top Camera Smartphones Under Rs 10,000 | Best Budget Camera Smartphones Under 10,000

All the smartphones in the list are chosen on basis of performance, battery, cameras, display, UI and user experience (not necessarily in the order).

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7

Starting with the current hosteller Redmi Note 7, we have the budget beast on top offering Quad Bayer arrangement where four pixels are grouped in a square undere. The 12MP main camera uses the technology to produce 12 million big 1.6µm pixels. Running on Snapdragon 660 SoC, Note 7 boasts a glass body and a 6.3-inch Full HD+ screen with a dot notch and Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection on both sides.

Redmi Note 7 comes with a 12MP + 5MP dual camera setup with a 13MP selfie camera up front.

In broad daylight the shots come out well offering a lot of details and good contrast. The colors are bit artificial and are without any noise. Overall, it’s good even it artificial and low light. At Rs 9,999, you get 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage variant with support for additional storage upto 256GB.

Realme 3

Up next is the recently launched Realme smartphone starting at just Rs 8,999. Running on Mediatek’s flagship Helio P70 chip, Realme 3 comes with the 13MP primary camera and the 2MP depth sensor. Realme 3 has a 6.22-inch only-HD+ display with a water drop notch on top backed by a massive 4,230 mAh battery unit.

Daylight photos come out sharp and well detailed with top contrast and almost accurate colors.

The HDR mode works good adding details in shadows and highlights, while the Chrome Boost helps to improve the dynamic range. A special mention for the Nightscape, it helps to add more detail using HDR in bad lit conditions.

At Rs 8,990, you can grab the 3GB RAM and 32GB storage model, with support for 256GB extended storage.

The smartphone dons a 12MP + 5MP dual camera system at the back featuring a Sony IMX 486 sensor as the primary shooter. With a 13MP front camera, the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 packs up a mammoth 5,000 mAh battery.

Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2

Availablee now at under 10,000 rupees, Max Pro M2 sports a 6.26-inch Full HD+ notched display with Corning Gorilla Glass 6 protection on top. Asus Max Pro M2 also runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC with stock Android UI with Oreo 8.1 OS with Android Pie update on the way.

Max Pro M2 does a great job in broad daylight. It has an average performance in low light, but you can use the professional mode to improve the details. HDR helps to improve the dynamic range.  Available at Rs 9,999, you get 3GB RAM and 32GB storage with support for expandable memory.

Realme U1

The new entrant in the under 10,000 budget list is the first generation Realme U series smartphone, Realme U1. The smartphone runs on MediaTek Helio P70 chip backed by a dual rear camera system. Being a selfie centric series, the smartphone comes with a Sony IMX 576 25MP sensor upfront backed by AI features and capabilities.

Realme U1 is now available starting at Rs 9,999 with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, with additional storage capacity.

At the back, Realme U1 has a 13MP primary sensor with an f/2.2 aperture and a secondary 2MP f/2.4 lens. The shots taken by the 25MP selfie camera are wide and has good details.

The rear photos are great with a lot of details and good contrast. While the light drops, the noise levels rise with softness around the corners. Even it suffers from low dynamic range. HDR helps a bit, but in overall, it’s an average rear camera.

Up front, Max M2 has an 8MP camera, backed by a huge 4,000mAh battery.

In terms of image quality, Max M2 performs above-average. Color reproduction is good with a fast autofocus. The indoor shots come out good as well, and HDR helps to add details. The portrait mode works quite well with objects and in overall, Max M2 has a good camera.

Asus Zenfone Max M2

The toned down Pro version of Max M2 offers a great dual camera system on a budget. Asus Zenfone Max M2 runs on an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor featuring a 6.26-inch only HD+ display on top with a notch in an 19:9 aspect ratio. Asus Zenfone Max M2 comes with a rear dual camera setup comprising of a 13MP shooter with f/1.8 aperture and secondary 2MP depth secondary shooter.

Up front, Max M2 has an 8MP camera, backed by a huge 4,000mAh battery.

In terms of image quality, Max M2 performs above-average. Color reproduction is good with a fast autofocus. The indoor shots come out good as well, and HDR helps to add details. The portrait mode works quite well with objects and in overall, Max M2 has a good camera.

Asus Zenfone Max M2 is now available at Rs 7,999 (special sale price) with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage with expandable memory support.

Redmi 6 Pro

The European Mi A2 Lite was relaunched in India as Redmi 6 Pro running on the same features and specs expect for the UI. The smartphone is now available at under 10,000 rupees with an above average rear camera. Redmi 6 Pro comes with a notched display, rear dual cameras, Snapdragon 625 and a 4,000mAh battery.

The Redmi 6 Pro rear camera system comprises of a 12MP sensor with an f/2.2 aperture coupled with a 5MP depth sensor.

The image quality is really good in well-bit conditions including broad daylight. The photos come out sharp and crispy without almost any noise. The contrast is great and colors are good. Dynamic range is above average and the photos are subtle even in low light.

Honor 9N

Honorr 9N is now available at under Rs 10,000 featuring a 5.84-inch Full HD+ notched display in an 19:9 aspect ratio running on Huawei’s Kirin 659 octa-core SoC backed by a standard 3,000 mAh battery. Honor 9N comes with a 13MP + 2MP dual camera system with a 16MP camera up front.

It may not be the best in the category, but Honor 9N does an average job in terms of photography.

The photos in well lit conditions come out above average with a lot of colours and almost accurate white balance. The autofocus is fast and images shot indoors come out well. HDR images lack vibrancy.

Certainly not the best in the list, but Honor 9N is stylish and compact. For Rs 8,999, you can grab the 3GB RAM and 32GB storage model.

Motorola Moto G6

Thee Motorola Moto G6 from last year has an above average camera. The smartphone has a 5.7-inch Full HD+ 18:9 widescreen display with a screen resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels running on Snapdragon 450. At the back, Moto G6 comes with a dual camera system components of a 12MP + 5MP setup with decent low-light performance.

Moto G6 offers a near-stock Android UI experience, currently running on Android Oreo.

The daylight images shot on Moto G6 turn out above average with decent amount details and very little noise. The colours are accurate and lively, while the contrast come out great. HDR helps to add details and improves the dynamic range.

For Rs 9,699, you can grab the base variant comes with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage, which is further expandable up to 256GB.

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