Top 10 Best Comfortable-to-hold phones, Under Rs. 30,000

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  1. LG G7 Plus ThinQ 1
    LG G7 Plus ThinQ

    ₹ 20,999 onwards

    Buy
            A flagship phone worth owning -----phonearena.com
  2. Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB 2
    Samsung Galaxy S9

    64GB

    ₹ 22,999 onwards

    Buy
            Thanks to blazing performance, solid cameras and long battery life, the Galaxy S9/S9+ continue to uphold the S series’ reputation for excellence -----engadget.com
  3. Motorola One Vision 3
    Motorola One Vision

    ₹ 14,999 onwards

    Buy
            Has a lot going for it, but may lose out to competition -----livemint.com
  4. Huawei P30 Lite (6GB RAM) 4
    Huawei P30 Lite

    6GB RAM

    ₹ 21,999 onwards

    Buy
            High-end design at a sensible price -----trustedreviews.com
  5. Vivo V11 5
    Vivo V11

    ₹ 15,999 onwards

    Buy
  6. Xiaomi Mi A3 (6GB RAM, 128GB) 6
    Xiaomi Mi A3

    6GB RAM, 128GB

    ₹ 14,999 onwards

    Buy
            An otherwise solid phone with one major drawback - a 720p display -----androidcentral.com
  7. Apple iPhone 7 32GB 7
    Apple iPhone 7

    32GB

    ₹ 29,499 onwards

    Buy
  8. Huawei P30 Lite (4GB RAM) 8
    Huawei P30 Lite

    4GB RAM

    ₹ 19,990 onwards

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            High-end design at a sensible price -----trustedreviews.com
  9. Xiaomi Mi A3 (4GB RAM, 64GB) 9
    Xiaomi Mi A3

    4GB RAM, 64GB

    ₹ 12,999 onwards

    Buy
            Offers a lot of bang for the buck, but competition in this price segment is fierce to say the least....this one is for the purists -----bgr.in
  10. Motorola One Action 10
    Motorola One Action

    ₹ 13,999 onwards

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            Motorola's experimental budget phone doesn’t entirely stick the landing, but if you want a cheap handset with smooth performance, clean software, and a quirky, GoPro-like video camera, the Motorola One Action is well worth a look -----androidauthority.com