Top 10 Best phones, Under Rs. 5,000

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  1. Asus Zenfone Max M1 1
    Asus Zenfone Max M1

    ₹ 4,999 onwards

    Buy
            Pretty good, but falling a step short -----beebom.com
  2. Nokia 2.1 2
    Nokia 2.1

    ₹ 4,549 onwards

    Buy
            As keen as we are on affordable phones, the Nokia 2.1's performance tests your patience too much -----trustedreviews.com
  3. MEIZU C9 Pro 3
    MEIZU C9 Pro

    ₹ 4,250 onwards

    Buy
            A worthwhile upgrade from a feature phone and an interesting option to consider for someone that needs just the basics -----bgr.in
  4. mobiistar X1 Notch (2GB RAM, 16GB) 4
    mobiistar X1 Notch

    2GB RAM, 16GB

    ₹ 4,899 onwards

    Buy
            Glamorous to hold, but on the slow side -----indiatoday.in
  5. Gionee F9 5
    Gionee F9

    ₹ 4,998 onwards

    Buy
  6. Billion Capture Plus (3GB RAM, 32GB) 6
    Billion Capture Plus

    3GB RAM, 32GB

    ₹ 4,890 onwards

    Buy
            Decent first attempt but not a winner -----indiatoday.intoday.in
  7. Panasonic P110 7
    Panasonic P110

    ₹ 4,999 onwards

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  8. Xiaomi Redmi Go 16GB 8
    Xiaomi Redmi Go

    16GB

    ₹ 4,499 onwards

    Buy
            Offers relatively good hardware for the price, which is a big win for people with very tight budgets or very simple needs -----gadgets.ndtv.com
  9. Asus Zenfone Lite L1 9
    Asus Zenfone Lite L1

    ₹ 4,999 onwards

    Buy
            As entry-level phones from Asus, the ZenFone Max and ZenFone Lite both are impressive offerings -----economictimes.indiatimes.com
  10. YU ACE (3GB RAM, 32GB) 10
    YU ACE

    3GB RAM, 32GB

    ₹ 4,799 onwards

    Buy
            Promising but too shiny for its own good -----indiatoday.in