Top 5 smartphones for July 2014 in India

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July has been quite an eventful month with a slew of smartphones getting launched in the country. However, there were some who stood apart from the rest and came with a price tag that gave you your money's worth and there were many which put forth a pretty strong case in their favour too. Let us take a look at the list of the devices we've zeroed in on:

HTC One E8 (Rs 34,900)

HTC One E8
HTC One E8

The HTC One E8 is a HTC One M8 in a plastic body without the dual camera at the back but instead gets a regular 13MP snapper at the rear. It runs on Snapdragon 801 processor and is clearly the best one you can but today for Rs 35,000.

LG G3 (Rs 46,000)

LG G3 Official Front

The flagship LG smartphone LG G3 comes with a QHD screen as it USP and gets a Snapdragon 801 under the hood for taking charge of the performance. It has been loaded upto the brim with tricks and makes for a really good device.

Galaxy Note 3 Neo (Rs 26,000)

Galaxy Note 3 Neo
Galaxy Note 3 Neo

The cheaper version of the Galaxy Note 3 has undergone massive price revisions and is currently on sale for around Rs 26,000. And at that price, it is one of the best your money can get.

Nexus 5 (16GB, Rs 24,800)


The current flaghip smartphone from Google has touched down prices as low as Rs 24,800. It will get software upgrades for times to come straight from Google. This has to be easily one of the most value for money devices in the sub Rs 25,000  range.

Xiaomi Mi3 (Rs 13,999)

Xiaomi Mi3

Mi3 is the one that has redefined what value for money means and you'd be lucky enough if you manage to buy one. We are all praises for the device.

All the above smartphones make for pretty valuable buys and will give you the bang for your money. Also read our top 5 best smartphones to buy under Rs 10000

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