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

Two years ago, finding a budget smartphone with a good camera would only be possible if you went the route of seconds and bought a used smartphone. Fast forward to 2019 even though the entire script has been changed forever.

However, it's easy to get lost in the megapixel race. Smartphone manufacturers are trying to outdo each other by offering higher resolution cameras, but not all megapixels are equally useful. A good smartphone camera is a function of many things, like sensor size, image processing algorithms, other software features, and a camera whose resolution is just one aspect of it.

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

We have prepared a list of smartphones with impressive cameras under Rs 20,000 that you should be on the lookout for.

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Xiaomi has already dominated the budget and entry-level smartphone for a long time. This year is no different - the launch of Redmi Note 7 Pro has changed the market dynamics once again. The 48MP cameras offering high resolution, premium prices, budget was the main selling point for the Redmi Note 7 Pro.

Visualization aside, the Redmi Note 7 Pro offers a big bang for your buck thanks to the large display, well-balanced chipset and battery life we've all come to expect from Xiaomi's Redmi Note series.

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

This matters a lot for the money ratio, which is why the Redmi Note 7 Pro is the phone to buy.

Read our full review of Redmi Note 7 Pro

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Xiaomi smartphones have been a hit in the budget segment and this trend has continued over the years. However, not every fan of MIUI and Xiaomi admitted that when releasing one series of Android smartphones.

Mi A3 is the latest in this line of smartphones. It runs on pure, stock Android and should get updates faster than other phones. It also offers a decent camera experience, an in-display fingerprint sensor and a large battery at very aggressive prices, making it a great choice if you want all of these features.

Roco F1, only run so far from Xiaomi's first sub-brand, Roco mid-range multifunctional device. This is the cheapest Snapdragon 845 in India and with recent price cuts, it offers even more value for your money. While the design of the device is something the company has compromised on, the Roko F1 is a solid, durable plastic build.

If you prefer performance looks, the Roco F1 is the device for you. It's priced starting at Rs 17,999 in India.

Read the full review: Roko F1 comment

Realme x

If you're looking for a smartphone that will stand out, the Realme X is another device worth considering. It offers great value and is packed with features. The device has a pop-up camera window, and comes with a tilt back design. The company has offered a near bezel display with the device, giving it an attractive appearance.

Along with the pop-up camera, the device also sports an in-display fingerprint sensor, making it one of the most affordable devices to feature these two technologies. It has a starting price tag of Rs 16,999 and is available in three color options.

The Samsung Galaxy A50 has a lot going for it. The device has a glossy finish and an attractive display, a triple camera setup that includes a good daylight camera, and performance, support for fast charging - all this is a phone worth considering when you go to buy a new smartphone.

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While the Galaxy A50 performs well in daylight, its low-light imaging isn't up to par. If you're an avid gamer, you might want to skip this one and look at the other devices on this list.

The device is available starting at Rs 18,490 in black, blue and white.

Read full review here

The Realme 5 Pro is the latest guy on black and it really represents Realme's aim to take over the established smartphone manufacturers in India. With a mid-range Snapdragon chipset and quad-camera setup in the budget segment, the Realme 5 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 had Xiaomi users at some point in time), the Realme 5 Pro is worth considering.

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