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Best Mobile Phones Under 20000Prices
Realme X2     Rs. 16,199
Xiaomi Poco X2Rs. 17,499
Xiaomi Redmi K20Rs. 19,799
Realme 6 ProRs. 17,999
Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro MaxRs. 16,999
Samsung Galaxy M31Rs. 16,499
Asus Zenfone 5ZRs. 16,999
Realme XTRs. 16,999
Vivo V15 ProRs. 20,740
Samsung Galaxy M40Rs. 15,999

Realme X2 

Realme X2 is one of the most popular handsets in this price segment right now and rightly so. The handset comes with a powerful processor that can handle any application that you will throw its way with ease. Combine this with premium design, durable build quality, and impressive camera performance to get an all-round package. Given how well the handset is positioned in terms of pricing, there is no doubt that it is the best possible buy in this category.

Xiaomi Poco X2

With a 120Hz refresh rate display and a powerful processor in this price range, POCO X2 definitely serves as a deserving handset in the company's catalogue. If we talk about value for money, the POCO X2 offers a great camera performance (headlined by a 64MP primary sensor), an impressive battery life, and a premium design at a price point where most people can afford the phone. There is a case to be made that the new handset from POCO is one of the best value-for-money handsets across price segments and this statement alone should give you a fair idea about the handset's place in this list.

Xiaomi Redmi K20

Xiaomi's mid-range phone from 2019 comes with a stunning look. One look at the Redmi K20 and most likely, you'll be sold. If you move away from aesthetics, you get a powerful processor that will run most apps and games without breaking a sweat. You also get reliable rear cameras, which is always an added bonus. There is a high-res certified headphone jack, which is a feature that is missing even on some of the flagship phones on the market. If you can't afford the Pro variant, you'll still won't be disappointed by what Xiaomi has on offer here.

Realme 6 Pro

Although Realme 6 is more of a headline-maker than Realme 6 Pro, purely because of incredible value for money, the Pro model is not a minor upgrade by any means. The Realme 6 Pro comes with a 90Hz refresh rate, upgraded cameras over the Realme 6, and a premium design. The handset takes on stiff competition in this range and while the software has shown a massive improvement, the underwhelming low-light camera performance means that the handset doesn't top this list. However, Realme 6 Pro is a really good phone for its price point.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro Max

Redmi Note 9 Pro Max fills in the shoes as the brand's mid-range flagship phone and it justifies the title extremely well. Although the handset has a lot in common with the regular Pro model, you get a 64MP primary camera and a 32MP selfie camera on this variant. The phone makes no compromises when it comes to processor, display, camera performance, and even battery backup. Although you don't get a high refresh rate that you can get in slightly more expensive phones, the Note 9 Pro Max is an all-rounder that gets the job done.

Samsung Galaxy M31
Samsung Galaxy M31 continues the legacy of Galaxy M30s as the handset ticks all the right features for an average consumer. You get a massive battery capacity, a beautiful AMOLED display, and a premium design. You get capable rear cameras that don't just provide you with great details in pictures but also let you innovate as the sensors are of different types. Samsung Galaxy M31 is undoubtedly one of the best phones you can pick under Rs 15,000 right now in India.

Asus Zenfone 5Z
The ASUS flagship handset is one of most affordable smartphones in the market that ships with a capable Snapdragon 845 SoC. Apart from the impressive processor, the handset packs 6GB of RAM and 64GB built-in storage, which is further expandable via microSD card up to 2TB. The ZenFone 5Z features a notched display design, which is still a common design choice in the market. The handset runs Android 8.0 Oreo-based ZenUI 5.0 out of the box and offers dual camera setup at the rear. Overall, the Zenfone 5Z delivers an all-round package at a very compelling price point.

Realme XT
Realme XT does carry an affordable price tag but is the first handset to launch in India with a 64MP camera sensor. Now, if you are wondering whether the 64MP camera is a gimmick or genuinely useful, we can safely say its latter. To make the overall package better, the brand has included a capable processor, decent battery capacity, aesthetically pleasing design, and a gorgeous AMOLED display. One of the best value-for-money phones in the market, Realme XT is an incredible offering from the fast-growing brand.

Vivo V15 Pro
Vivo V15 Pro was one of the first few handsets in the market to offer a fullscreen design with the help of a pop-up selfie camera. The handset, however, does not just offer a good display and viewing experience but also works well while performing day-to-day tasks. The rear camera setup is reliable and manages to produce some really impressive images, given good lighting conditions. Another feature, which would have been described as unique few months back but not anymore, is an under-display fingerprint sensor, which helps you unlock phone in the coolest manner possible.

Samsung Galaxy M40
Although Samsung Galaxy M40 does not pack a Super AMOLED panel like most of the brand's other offerings, the handset comes with some unique features of its own. The Galaxy M40 ships with Screen Sound cast technology, which essentially converts the entire display of the phone into a speaker. The handset offers an all-display front, thanks to punch-hole camera design. In terms of optics, you get a reliable performer in the form the Galaxy M40. If these things do not convince you, the new smartphone from Samsung looks great as well.
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