Top 10 Best smartphones, Under Rs. 7,000

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  1. Xiaomi Redmi 8A (3GB RAM) 1
    Xiaomi Redmi 8A

    3GB RAM

    ₹ 6,999 onwards

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            Worth recommending -----livemint.com
  2. Infinix Hot 8 2
    Infinix Hot 8

    ₹ 6,999 onwards

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            Has almost everything to offer in its price segment -----business-standard.com
  3. Xiaomi Redmi 8A (2GB RAM) 3
    Xiaomi Redmi 8A

    2GB RAM

    ₹ 6,499 onwards

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            A reliable deal -----bgr.in
  4. Samsung Galaxy J2 Core (2020) 4
    Samsung Galaxy J2 Core

    2020

    ₹ 6,299 onwards

    Buy
  5. realme C2 (2GB RAM, 32GB) 5
    realme C2

    2GB RAM, 32GB

    ₹ 6,999 onwards

    Buy
            Offers good value -----gadgets.ndtv.com
  6. Xiaomi Redmi 7A 32GB 6
    Xiaomi Redmi 7A

    32GB

    ₹ 6,199 onwards

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            If you are a first-time smartphone user, the Redmi 7A is worth every paisa...However, if you want a more appealing design and an additional camera for better portrait shots, the Realme C2 is a better pick -----gadgets.ndtv.com
  7. realme C2 (2GB RAM, 16GB) 7
    realme C2

    2GB RAM, 16GB

    ₹ 6,499 onwards

    Buy
            An all-round experience at an entry-level price -----indiatoday.in
  8. realme C1 8
    realme C1

    ₹ 6,999 onwards

    Buy
            A good value-for-money smartphone that you cannot go wrong with, whether you are looking for a secondary device or you’re a first-time smartphone buyer -----bgr.in
  9. Panasonic Eluga I6 9
    Panasonic Eluga I6

    ₹ 6,499 onwards

    Buy
  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