Latest phones, under Rs. 28,000, launched in the last 3 months!

Updated: Feb 22 (Today)
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  1. Vivo V15 Pro
    Vivo V15 Pro

    ₹ 27,540 onwards

    Buy
            The Honor View 20 and OnePlus 6T is probably still a better value overall because they have a more premium build and chipset, but the V15 Pro has a totally uninterrupted display and the best selfie camera of the three -----forbes.com
  2. TECNO Camon iAce2X
    TECNO Camon iAce2X

    ₹ 7,599 onwards

    unavailable
  3. TECNO Camon iAce2
    TECNO Camon iAce2

    ₹ 6,699 onwards

    unavailable
  4. Oppo K1
    Oppo K1

    ₹ 16,990 onwards

    Buy
            A good package...worth considering -----gadgets.ndtv.com
  5. Nokia 5.1 Plus (6GB RAM, 64GB)
    Nokia 5.1 Plus

    6GB RAM, 64GB

    ₹ 16,499 onwards

    Buy
            Stands out in the budget segment, courtesy of its classy design and clean software experience -----indianexpress.com
  6. Nokia 5.1 Plus (4GB RAM, 64GB)
    Nokia 5.1 Plus

    4GB RAM, 64GB

    ₹ 14,499 onwards

    Buy
            We were impressed by the overall quality and performance of the Nokia 5.1 Plus -----gsmarena.com
  7. Coolpad Cool 3
    Coolpad Cool 3

    ₹ 5,999 onwards

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  8. Samsung Galaxy M20 (4GB RAM, 64GB)
    Samsung Galaxy M20

    4GB RAM, 64GB

    ₹ 12,990 onwards

    Buy
            Only a viable option if you absolutely must have a wide-angle camera...for everything else, there is a better alternative -----digit.in
  9. realme C1 (3GB RAM, 2019)
    realme C1

    3GB RAM, 2019

    ₹ 8,499 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
  10. Samsung Galaxy M20 (3GB RAM, 32GB)
    Samsung Galaxy M20

    3GB RAM, 32GB

    ₹ 10,990 onwards

    Buy
            Only a viable option if you absolutely must have a wide-angle camera...for everything else, there is a better alternative -----digit.in