6 Best Smartphones under 5000 in 2020 (India)

I know that smartphones under five thousand rupees are something that will not offer you very good specs or carry out everything easily and swiftly. But, since everyone is not that fortunate that he/she can spend a huge set of money on purchasing smartphones, so there should be something for everybody. Therefore, I have come up with this article in which I have included some of the best smartphones under the range of 5k. Now, without any further talk, let me start this article.


Best budget smartphones under 5K in India

I Kall K200

It features a 5.5-inches big size screen display for you, and the viewing angles are also decent. The camera available in it is a 5 MP rear camera with some of the advanced features like – autofocus, low light sensor, etc and the front selfie camera also features a night mode, which makes it easy for you to take selfies at night time. It is Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) and yes it is outdated, but considering the price tag, we cannot complain much. The source of the power of this gadget is the Quad-core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz and coupled with 2 GB RAM. Albeit, these specs are not at all good, but still, they will serve you and provide you with a full smartphone experience and enable you to carry on all day to day activities. The battery backup is 2500 mAh, which is quite good. The in-built storage is 8 GB.

I Kall K200 under 5000 budget phone


Micromax Bharat 2 Plus

It boasts of a 4-inches display and the viewing angles are not that bad rather they are somewhat nice. It has both rear and front cameras with a flash, the rear camera is of 5 MP. It is Android 7.0 (Nougat) out of the box, though it is better than I Kall 200 in these terms still it is also an outdated one. The processor is just okay to let you carry on with your little daily activities. Furthermore, it has a RAM of 1 GB, and no doubt less in today’s fast world. You must not accept much from this smartphone, apart from normal tasks and an overall Android smartphone feel. The in-built storage is of 8 GB and it is also less, but the price tag of the phone comes to the defense of all these things. Last but not least, the battery of this device is 1600 mAh and again it is a small size battery, so do not forget to carry your charger along with you. 

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I Kall K-1

It has a display size of 5-inches and it supports an HD display with some cool viewing angles. It is powered by a quad-core processor that is clocked at 1.5 GHz speed and aided by a 1 GB RAM. It offers you some decent performance, you can carry on your daily tasks normally on it, and have the full feeling of an Android smartphone. It is Android 6 (Marshmallow) out of the box and again it is not at all good. The in-built storage is of 8 GB and you can further expand it to 32 GB, this is indeed praiseworthy. It has a 5 MP rear camera and a 2 MP selfie camera for you and you can click some normal pictures with them and then share it with your near and dear ones. If you are thinking about the battery, it is of the 2200 mAh range.

IKALI K1 Dual SIM 5000 budget smartphone android

Micromax Q402+

It boasts of a 4-inches display and average viewing angles. The rear camera is 5 MP and it takes some normal shots for you. The quad-core processor clocked at 1 GHz a; long with 1 GB RAM tries to serve you at its best, but do not expect much from it. Yes, you will be able to carry on with all your normal and small tasks every day. The in-built storage is of 8 GB, though it is not at all enough, but do remember the price tag always. The battery backup is also of 1700 mAh and it is again not something good, rather it is average, so, you must travel with your charger, because you might need it.

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Alcatel 1

It features a 5-inches display for you, and the viewing angles are just okay. It is Android 8.1 (Oreo) out of the box and has a RAM of 1 GB. The processor is a quad-core one and it is clocked at 1.3 GHz speed to make things a little quicker for you. But, the low RAM and a weak processor will not let you have a blasting performance in it. If you are concerned about the in-built storage, then let me clear it out that it has 8 GB storage for you to store all your stuff. The battery is 2000 mAh and it just tries to negotiate everything.

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M-tech TEZ 4G

It has a 5-inches display size and somewhat decent viewing angles. When it comes to the camera, it features a 5 MP rear camera, though you cannot expect much from it, it clicks some acceptable shots for you. And the front selfie camera is of 2 MP, and again it will also capture some average selfies for you to share on social media platforms. It is Android 6 (Marshmallow) out of the box, and it is no doubt an outdated one. The quad-core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz speed along with 1 GB RAM is just somehow strong and capable enough to carry on all the small to moderate daily tasks for you and deliver you with a nice smartphone experience. The in-built storage is of 8 GB and you can further expand it up to 32 Gb, and it is quite astonishing. Last but not least, the battery backup is 2500 mAh and it is indeed good for a gadget of this category.


Thus, these are the six best and affordable smartphones under the price tag of five thousand rupees. No doubt that all the devices that I have included in this very article have some drawbacks and issues. But, the price tag of these smartphones simply overshadows all those issues. The fact that all these smartphones are going to provide you full Android smartphone experience and also enable;e you to canary out all the day to day small to moderate tasks again adds more fuel to fire. Last but not least, if you are not able to shell off more than five thousand rupees for a smartphone, then you must have found your best and perfect gadget right here.