Best 5 value for money mobiles under Rs. 10,000 for Sep’10

Last week we introduced you through the Best 5 mobiles under Rs. 5,000. After trying my nuts out I was not able to get a single decent option with smart technologies like Wi-Fi or 3G. Now if you stretch your budget from 5K and get ready to loose some more bucks, we have some better options for you. Lets go through. If you are following this blog from quite sometime, you must we aware of our promise to start various monthly series. First in the series, “Top 5 cheap & best Android phones for Sep 10” got a wonderful response. This one is 3rd in the series and hope you will like it as previous ones. This post is also a part of our interesting Top 5 series. Amazingly in last post covering under 5K segment there was not a single phone from Nokia. But this time we will not disappoint Nokia fans. 1. Nokia E63 : Rs. 8,745 Nokia_e63 The younger brother of Nokia E71. Nokia E63 packs almost everything an enterprise phone should have. From qwerty keypad to Mail for exchange and from 3G to Wi-Fi, it packs everything within it.

  • 2.36inches, TFT, 16M colors
  • 2 Mega Pixel Camera with Led Flash
  • Document editor (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF) incl. MS Office 2007 support via free update
  • Wi-Fi, 3G, email
  • Smartphone
  • Memory expandable upto 16 GB
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2. Samsung Galaxy 5 : Rs. 8,999 Galaxy-5 The youngest guy in Samsung’s Galaxy family and the cheapest available option with Android 2.1. Don’t give a second thought if you want a budget smartphone without qwerty.
  • 2.8 inches, TFT capacitive touchscreen, 256K colors
  • 2.0 Mega Pixels Camera with Geo-tagging
  • Android OS, v2.1 (Eclair)
  • Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, Touch Wiz v3.0, Social networking integration
  • GPS, 3G, Wi-Fi, email
  • Smartphone
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3. Nokia 5530 Xpress Music : Rs. 9,390 5530 If you want to buy a multimedia phone in this range, Nokia 5530 is the one you should go for. From excellent audio/video quality to a 3.2 megapixel CMOS camera with autofocus & LED flash, it packs everything to be a complete multimedia phone. Lacks 3G though.
  • 2.9 inches, TFT resistive touchscreen, 16M colors
  • 3.15 Mega Pixels with Autofocus and LED flash
  • Symbian OS v9.4, Series 60 rel. 5
  • Memory expandable up to 16GB, 4GB included
  • Wi-Fi, email, Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate
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4. Samsung Corby Pro : Rs. 9,295 imageA smart Corby with slide out qwerty. The phone is targeted to young audience and is loaded with Samsung’s TouchWiz OS, Wi-fi, 3G and GPS. With a smooth user interface and youthful color combo, the device gives you a real value for money. Read the review here.
  • 2.8 inches, TFT resistive touchscreen, 16M colors
  • 3.2 Mega Pixels Camera with Geo-Tagging & Smile Detection
  • Secondary camera at front
  • Memory expandable up to 16GB
  • 3G, Wi-Fi, Google Maps, email
  • Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate
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5. HTC Smart : Rs. 7,457 imageHTC Smart is loaded with Brew OS and HTC Sense User Interface. Sports a nice sturdy build, good audio player with 3.5 mm jack and a decent camera. Getting an HTC phone with all these features in a budget price seems to be a fairly genuine deal.
  • 2.8 inches, TFT-LCD touch-sensitive screen, 256K color
  • 3.0 Mega Pixels camera with flashlight
  • 3G, email, No Wi-Fi
  • Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate
  • Memory expandable up to 16GB
  • 256 MB RAM, 256 MB ROM
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I tried a lot but could not figure out a single decent Blackberry in this range. However the above mentioned phones packs a lot and are fairly priced. You might get an impression that I am biased towards biggies and do not consider Indian manufacturers, which is not true. I tried to include some Indo-China phones in this category but could not find one as it seems they include most of the features just for the heck of it. Do you think in the same way. Feel free to share your views.
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