Smartphone, the perfect representation of a human’s dependency and its slow denigrating self-reliance. As much as one may criticise these little pieces of genius, one can hardly stay away from them, for the modern technological revolutions have made them affordable. Along with the Jio phenomenon, the vast availability of cheap network makes the smartphone more useful than ever before. With lower prices and bigger screens, it becomes obvious that very soon a majority of countrymen will be possessing at least a single little screen in their pockets.Today we bring you the list of Top 5 smartphones in July 2019.

With the smartphone market expanding at such pace, it becomes quite certain that companies will burn their midnight lamps to bring out new and slightly better models as fast as they can, keeping their consumers ever excited for the latest hit. Let’s take a look at this July’s top consumerist mobile editions of 2019:

Top 5 smartphones in July 2019

1. Realme X

Announced only about ten days back, the product features a large display of 6.5 inches, with FULL HD+ AMOLED screen (1080 x 2340). The processor is Snapdragon 710, GPU is Adreno 616. The battery is slightly weak hitting only 3765 mAH. The product runs on ColorOS 6.0 UI and the current Android Pie (9.0). It has a 48 MP primary sensor and a 5 MP second senor. The special feature is a pop-up 16 MP selfie camera.

  • Storage: 8 GB + 128 GB
  • Price: Rs.19,999

2. Samsung Galaxy M40

Launched a month back, the model comes in Midnight Blue, Seawater Blue & Cocktail Orange. Similar to other phones, it has the same 6.3-inch FULL HD+ Super AMOLED Display (1080 x 2340). The processor is Snapdragon 675, with 612 GPU. It runs on Android Pie based One UI; the battery is lower at 3500 mAH with 15W fast charging. The phone boasts of a triple camera setup at the back, with a 32-5-8 MP sensor-sensor-lens framework. The 16 MP camera rests in the hole punch display.

  • Storage: 6 GB + 128 GB
  • Price: Rs.19,990

 

3. Vivo Z1 Pro

The product was launched earlier in this month. The screen is a bit large, 6.53 inches. The display is FULL HD+ (2340 x 1080). The processor is Snapdragon 712, along with a GPU of Adreno 616, and boasts a heavy 5000 mAH batter couple with 18W speed charging. The phone runs on the latest Android Pie, it has a 32 mega-pixel selfie camera, while the primary camera boasts 16 MP primary sensor, 8 MP wide-angle lens and 2 MP depth sensor.

  • Storage: 6 GB + 128 GB
  • Price: Rs.17,990

 

4. Poco F1

A brand of the parent Xiaomi, the phone was launched in August last year, and has been fairly popular in the whole year, and now has fallen to a lower price of 18K. The specs are listed below:

  • Screen: 6.18-inch FULL HD+ (2246 x 1080)
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 with Adreno 630 GPU
  • Software: Android Pie based MIUI 10
  • Battery: 4,000 mAH
  • Camera: 20 MP Selfie Camera, 12 MP primary sensor, 5 MP secondary sensor
  • Storage: 6 GB + 64 GB
  • Price: Rs. 17,999

5. Nokia 8.1

Launched at the end of 2018, the price of the product has fallen below 20k. Let’s list out its specs as below:

  • Screen: 6.18-inch FULL HD+ (2246 x 1080)
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 710, Adreno 616 GPU
  • Software: Android Pie 9
  • Battery: 3500 mAH
  • Camera: 12 MP Primary Lens (dual tone LED Flash), 12 MP secondary sensor, and a 20 MP front camera
  • Speciality: Android One initiative promising updates to major Android versions
  • Storage: 4 GB + 64 GB
  • Price: Rs. 19,999

 

With new mobile models pouring out in the market at the speed of the Himalayan rainfall, it becomes a central force for the rising consumerism. Old models get outdated months after their release, while the new ones keep taking the volatile markets by storm. Under such circumstances it is important for the populous to sit back and relax, now focus on the utilitarian worth of these mobile phones over and above the status anxieties they yield. After aall a smartphone is a human creation, one to serve the specie not dominate it.

 

Note: The above phones fall under the less than Rs.20K segment as it is the one that is most sought after, and is a range where the user does not have to compromise with specifications or the looks of the models, while still maintaining their budget.