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Top 10 Made In India Mobiles

| Published on October 31, 2020

With India’s primary target at becoming a self-sustainable economy and a net exporter in the long-run, initiatives like Make in India are a booming trend. Infact, in the smartphone industry, India’s top purchase phones were mostly products made in China. However, recent times have seen a shift, with phones made locally in the country gaining popularity.

Leading brands like XIAOMI have changed their strategy and started manufacturing in India, to ensure their business sustains and thrives in the nation. If you want to support the economy or want to test out the amazing portfolio of smartphones that India offers, check out the top 10 smartphones made in the country:

1. Samsung Galaxy M30

A part of Samsung’s plan to launch budget phones which can target a wider user base in India, this smartphone runs on a 6000 mAH battery while showing off a 48MP triple-rear camera.

Additionally, the plastic back of the phone makes it sturdy and a go-to choice for youngsters. The 4GB RAM allows the phone to work smoothly and efficiently.

2. Samsung Galaxy M21

The Korean smartphone giant added this new model in its M series, providing various new features like a 20MP front camera, a 6GB RAM version, and a cool shade of iceberg blue.

The phone has become a hit due to its low cost (kudos to make in India). Students were also allowed added discounts which made it a popular choice among youngsters.

3. Xiaomi Redmi Note 8

One of the companies that took India by a storm. We all know of the sold-out tag that was seen within minutes of its launch. And why not, the features and can’t-miss pricing of Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 8 is too good to resist.

With the latest version of Android Pie and five variants in terms of RAM, storage, and color, it offers bulk discounts to users too!

4. Redmi Note 8 Pro

Launching the world’s first 64MP AI QUAD camera array, it brings the brand’s best foot forward. Additionally, with a 4500 mAh high capacity battery and powerful GPU performance, it is a dream smartphone for every influencer, every marketer, and every teenager in the country.

5. Motorola One Fusion Plus

With being exclusively available on Flipkart, Motorola has a full plan to tap into the growing consumer segment of India, even during an economic slump. The smartphone brings along a 6-month YouTube premium trial for free, a pop-up selfie camera of 16MP, and expandable 1TB memory card space. While competing with the likes of Vivo and XIAOMI, Motorola’s effort for a comeback is to watch out for.

6. Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro Max

Backed with XIAOMI’s radiant aura back balance design philosophy, this smartphone is likely to be awarded the smartphone of the year. The 6.67-inch display, 5020 mAh battery, and 33W fast charging, Note 9 Pro max brings an unlimited quality viewing experience to users.

7. OnePlus 8 Pro

The Chinese brand which was only launched in 2013, has never settled into comfort. They keep innovating, developing, and launching models, with the OnePlus 9 model scheduled to be released soon.

OnePlus 8 pro has astounding features like 5G connectivity, 6.78-inch fluid display, and wireless charging. With the smartphone being the most expensive in the OnePlus bundle of smartphones, it is worth every single penny spent.

8. Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro

Released at the beginning of the year 2020, Redmi Note 9 Pro runs on MediaTek Helio G90T SoC and an easier to carry, 6.53inch display. The phone sold hundreds in quantity during the 2020 festival season sales on e-commerce platforms too!

9. Realme X2

Realme CEO Madhav Sheth has been all about expanding operations in India. The X2 model comes with 8GB RAM and 256 GB storage space. The Adreno 618 GPU and AMOLED Display makes the phone highly competitive in the industry.

10. Realme Narzo 10

A niche model made by the brand for gaming enthusiasts, it is a highly applauded model for its HD+ mini-drop full screen, 18-Watt quick charge option, and 4cm macro lens. A heavenly abode for dreamers indeed!

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