Top 10 Best Light-Weight phones, in Rs. 5,000 - 10,000

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  1. Coolpad Cool 5 1
    Coolpad Cool 5

    ₹ 7,999 onwards

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            Does most of the basic things right -----indianexpress.com
  2. Xiaomi Redmi 6 64GB 2
    Xiaomi Redmi 6

    64GB

    ₹ 9,499 onwards

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            Yet another winner from Xiaomi, and it surely offers way more than you expect from an entry-level device from another brand -----beebom.com
  3. Motorola Moto E6S 3
    Motorola Moto E6S

    ₹ 7,200 onwards

    Buy
            The Motorola Moto E6 Plus has many positives, but its performance is too weak for us to be able to recommend it -----notebookcheck.net
  4. TECNO Camon 12 Air 4
    TECNO Camon 12 Air

    ₹ 9,999 onwards

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  5. TECNO Spark Go Plus 5
    TECNO Spark Go Plus

    ₹ 6,699 onwards

    Buy
            Solid bang-for-buck -----bgr.in
  6. Nokia 5.1 6
    Nokia 5.1

    ₹ 6,999 onwards

    Buy
            Nokia’s sense of minimalist design is up there with the best....the beauty is somewhat skin deep, though, and both performance and battery life are a letdown -----expertreviews.co.uk
  7. Xiaomi Redmi 6 32GB 7
    Xiaomi Redmi 6

    32GB

    ₹ 7,290 onwards

    Buy
            One of the best value for money phones in the market....a good option for consumers looking for the first touch-screen smartphone -----ibtimes.co.in
  8. Vivo Y81i 8
    Vivo Y81i

    ₹ 8,490 onwards

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  9. TECNO Spark 4 (4GB RAM, 64GB) 9
    TECNO Spark 4

    4GB RAM, 64GB

    ₹ 8,999 onwards

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  10. Infinix Smart 3 Plus 10
    Infinix Smart 3 Plus

    ₹ 6,999 onwards

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            Struggles hard to play the value for money card -----economictimes.indiatimes.com