32 Best Phones Under 30000 in India With Users Review

Best Phones Under 30000 In India: Looking for best mobile phones in 2020 with high features, under 30,000? Cool! In this content today we are going to talk about the best phones under 30000 in India with users reviews and expert rating. So you do not need confusions, we have selected the best mobile phones.

We collect 32 best phones under 30000 for Indian, this is list we analysis number of reviews, rating, experts opinion, and mobile test. The mobile phones which is listed in this list “Best Phones Under 30000 in India” has selected all the mobile above us with 4 to 4.5 star rating out of 5. So there is no need for compression, here we have also posted user reviews like, What do the users of mobile say after using mobile phones.

Here are the Best Phones Under 30000 In India

LG Q6

1. LG Q6 @ Rs/- 10,999

  • Android v7.1 Nougat
  • 5.5-Display
  • 5 Front Camera | 13 Rare Camera
  • 3 Ram
  • 32 GB
  • 3000 mAH

Users Review: The phone looks and feels great and all the features as mentioned in the description appear to be good when you read it, but sadly, I haven’t enjoyed this phone at all.

The pictures aren’t good cause the Aperture is too high. Forget about pictures in low light, FYI.
Even the selfies are grainy and there’s literally no stability at all.

Well. Gaming. That’s a Big NO. If you play high fps games then this phone isn’t for you. It heats up in just two games of War Robots.

Multitasking on this phone is great though. Easy to use, quite snappy and no delay in response at all.

Unless, you like clicking pictures or gaming, this phone isn’t for you.

I’m writing this review after a use of almost 8 months. So, its all true and legit.

For this price though, you should really check out the Redmi range of smartphones.

Poco F1 by Xiaomi

2. Poco F1 by Xiaom @ Rs/- 18,999

  • Andriod Oreo v8.1
  • 6.18-Display
  • 20 Front Camera | 12 Rare Camera
  • 8 Ram
  • 256 GB
  • 4000 mAH
Samsung Galaxy M30s

3. Samsung Galaxy M30s @ Rs/- 14,999

  • Android v9.0
  • 6.4-Display
  • 5 Front Camera | 8 Rare Camera
  • 4 Ram
  • 64 GB
  • 6000 mAH

 

Pros:
1.Looks stunning high end category.
2.Battery is also powerful.
3. Fast charging.

Cons:
1.Camera is not upto mark as it says 48MP it’s like 8 Mp
2. Storage & Memory statistics are confusing. Showing 900 mb free though I am not accessing much resources.
3. Earphone slot given at down side which makes difficult to handle phone

Vivo Y91i

4. Vivo Y91i @ Rs/- 7,990

  • Android Oreo v8.1
  • 6.22-inch
  • 5 Front Camera | 13 Rare Camera
  • 2 Ram
  • 32 GB
  • 4030 mAH

 

Users Review:
man i am in love this phone usally i used to lava and other phones which are cheap and i used to feel y the battery is draining so much but seriosuly this phone has suprised me and i am in love with touchpad i coudlnt find a problem till now
Samsung Galaxy M31

5. Samsung Galaxy M31 @ Rs/- 17,499

  • Android v10.0
  • 6.4-inch
  • 32 Front Camera | 64 Rare Camera
  • 6 Ram
  • 128 GB
  • 6000 mAH

Users Review: This is best thing you can get at this price from a reputed brand with Made in India tag. First time I ordered on the first day of online launch and am happy. I’m writing after few days of usage, but this should not be different as my experience with Samsung has been most consistent as compared to other mobile brands I’ve used earlier.

Good:

– Android 10! Beautiful looks! Finally I can delete SMS from notification now!!
– Display is excellent with Blue light filter.
– Performance is good. No heating or lagging. Real Racing worked fine.
– 6000 Mah battery is BIG
– 128 GB storage is pretty good. 512 GB card supported with dedicated external card slot.
– Both dedicated sim slots support LTE
– Fast charging and 15W charger top with phone. The phone came with 0% charge. Charged fast.
– Mobile speakers sound is good, but I prefer external speakers for better bass in music.
– Camera is really good. Macro performance is very good – look at skin in tatoo photo and dust perticles in deskphone photo!! (photos of M31 are from other phone). Both front and rear camera support FHD video 3840×2160. I may not require to carry my DSLR everyehere.
– Face unlock / figure-print sensor response is good
– Received next day by 11 AM !

Not So Good:

– Not that thin, but ok.
– Doesn’t have Samsung Dex
– Started to Boot Screen!! Gave me a little shock but selected reboot option and then every thing was smooth. An Android Updated (other than many application updates which is normal in any case) appeared on within days of launch. But update was smooth. No issue at all.
– Feels delicate in hand but a Rs.49 cover was good enough. Wrongly ordered black while the set is blue. Just 49 so will reorder the blue one as well 🙂
– Called Samsung Store, but no information with them about availability date. Still no call from them.

Feedback

– Feels good in hand and in use. It is a powerhouse and you feel it.
– Will update after few days of use, but don’t have any doubt as of now.

Go for it without any doubt.

OPPO A1K

6. OPPO A1K @ Rs/- 7,990

  • Android v9 Pie
  • 6.1-inch
  • 5 Front Camera | 8 Rare Camera
  • 2 Ram
  • 32 GB
  • 4000 mAH

 

7. Redmi 8A Dual @ Rs/- 7,499

  • Android Pie v9.0
  • 6.2-inch
  • 8 Front Camera | 13 Rare Camera
  • 2 Ram
  • 32 GB
  • 5000 mAH

 

Users Review: I bought this for an older relative who needed a basic smartphone. Given its price point I didn’t have much expectations for the Redmi 8A but after unboxing and setting it up I have to admit – it looks and behaves like a premium phone (Best Phones Under 10000 In India) !

In almost every aspect 8A has been upgraded over the 7A. While it doesn’t have a fingerprint sensor, the camera is much better than I expected. There is a bit of lag in opening and switching between multiple applications but it shouldn’t be a big deal for people with basic usage patterns. To facilitate better grip, 8A has a non-glassy back that is textured. Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by the phone given its pricepoint. For its target demographic (light users who might just want to take some pics, use social media and the occasional app) this is a great phone.

The only drawback I felt is that Xiaomi has been aggressive in bundling custom apps in the phone that deliver lots of ads and sponsored videos by default (and it requires some know-how to disable them).

Vivo U10

8. Vivo U10 @ Rs/- 10,990

  • Android Pie v9.0
  • 6.35-inch
  • -
  • 3 Ram
  • 32 GB
  • 5000 mAH

 

Users Review: I was looking for a budget smart phone which can perform the entire task for me. I was using MI note 6 and looking for something fresh bcz I was bored with it’s UI. I explored the content available over internet and waited for it to buy after getting the right fitment against my requirement. I am so excited to share my personal experience after my early purchase of this device. I love taking pictures of mine and surrounding too. So great camera quality is one of my main priority, after using it now I must say that it has the best camera available in this budget.
It’s plastic made but mirror finish back panel is the coolest thing in my blue colour device. I also appreciate the makers for understanding our further need and offering the tempered glass and transparent back cover for device protection. Once you will keep the device handy it will give you a feel of it. With the brand tag line of Vivo “Camera & Music” it really impressed me.
I’ll surely recommend my fellow buyers to buy this cool device. But there is also something which can be improved so writing it in bullet points for your ease..
Pros:-
● It’s really a 100% value for money device.
● Run on latest version of Android “9”.
● In Box soft back cover and tempered glass.
● Dedicated kid mode for safety against unwanted operational activity of kids
● Finger print sensor in back of the device is at perfectly placed in the reach of fingers and open the device faster.
● 5000Ah battery, allows to watch many hours online video
● HD+ screen Resolution and balanced colour contrast makes the viewing experience really pleasure and never hurt eyes
● Triple camera with AI and image editing options are among the best features for me
● Fast charging support with 18 watt inbox adaptor
● Snapdragon 665 processor is really a power pack performer even in multitasking
Cons:-
● Lags in PubG (However in a device with 4 GB it’s expected as the game itself take 2 GB space)
● No headphones included
● Front Camera struggles in low light.

At the price of 10990 its a great phone for better multitasking. Vivo has finally started improving specs and is doing good with their phones in the segment.
I hope my review helped you in making your right decision!

Redmi Note 7 Pro

9. Redmi Note 7 Pro @ Rs/- 15,999

  • Android Pie 9.0
  • 6.3-inch
  • 6 Ram
  • 128 GB
  • Android Pie 9.0

10. OPPO A71 @ Rs/- 7,499

  • Android v7.1
  • 5.2-inch
  • Front Camera 5 | Rare Camera 13
  • 3 Ram
  • 16 GB
  • 3000 mAH

 

Samsung Galaxy M21

11. Samsung Galaxy M21 @ Rs/- 13,999

  • Android 10.0
  • 6.4-inch
  • 20 Front Camera | 48 Rare Camera
  • 4 Ram
  • 64 GB
  • 6000 mAH
Honor 9X

12. Honor 9X @ Rs/-17,943

  • Android 9
  • 6.5-inch
  • 48 Front Camera | 16 Rare Camera
  • 6 Ram
  • 128 GB
  • 4000 mAH

 

Vivo Y93 1815

13. Vivo Y93 1815 @ Rs/- 14,4990

  • Android v8.1
  • 6.22-inch
  • 13 Front Camera | 8 Rare Camera 13
  • 4 Ram
  • 32 GB
  • 4030 mAH

 

OPPO A5S

14. OPPO A5 @ Rs/- 12,490

  • Android v9.0
  • 6.5-inch
  • 12 Front Camera | 8 Rare Camera
  • 6 Ram
  • 64 GB
  • 5000 mAH

 

Samsung Galaxy J8

14. Samsung Galaxy J8 @ Rs/- 18,990

  • Android v8.0
  • 6-inch
  • 16 Front Camera | 16 Rare Camera
  • 4 Ram
  • 64 GB
  • 3500 mAH

 

OPPO F15

15. OPPO F15 @ Rs/- 18,990

  • Android Pie v9.0
  • 6.4-inch
  • 16 Front Camera | 48 Rare Camera
  • 8 Ram
  • 128 GB
  • 4000 mAH

 

 
Vivo V17

16. Vivo V17 @ Rs/- 24,999

  • Android Pie v9
  • 6.44-inch
  • 32 Front Camera | Rare Camera 48
  • 8 Ram
  • 128 GB
  • 4500 mAH

 

 
Redmi 8A

17. Redmi 8A @ Rs/- 9,499

  • -
  • 6.2-inch
  • Front Camera 8 | Rare Camera 12
  • 2 Ram
  • 32 GB
  • 5000 mAH

 

Vivo S1 Pro

18. Vivo S1 Pro @ Rs/- 19,990

  • Android 9.0
  • 6.45-inch
  • 32 Front Camera | 48 Rare Camera
  • 8 Ram
  • 128 GB
  • 4500 mAH

 

19. Redmi K20 Pro @ Rs/- 24,990

  • Android v9 Pie
  • 6.32-inch
  • 32 Front Camera | Rare Camera 48
  • 8 Ram
  • 256 GB
  • 4000 mAH

 

Users Review: Well as they say this is indeed the best phone in the price range of ₹25000. If budget permits then go for RealmeX2 Pro for ₹30000 or OnePlus 7T for ₹35000 or more and if it doesn’t the go for Realme X2/Redmi K20 for ₹20000. But for the price of ₹25K you are getting:
6.4 inch Horizon Amoled Display (Crisp & Vivid)
SD 855 Flagship Processor (Fast & Powerful)
48MP Sony 586 Primary Camera (True Snap)
13MP Ultra Wide Camera ( Truly Wide)
8MP Telephoto with 2X Zoom
Accurate In-display finger print sensor
Full screen No Noch display
20MP pop-up Selfie snapper
6/128 GB or 8/256 GB storage options
What else one needs.
Now as far as day to day performance is concerned it’s absolutely fantastic.
Day camera is brilliant and even night camera with flash takes really stunning photos.
Display gives vibrant and punchy colours to enjoy your daily video content and game play.
Bottom firing speaker is loud and crisp.
Earpiece is sound is cristal clear and loud too.
It’s also supportsHDR10 and DRM Widevine L1.
So just go for it without any doubts if your budget is ₹25K. Also it has no other competitors in that range.
OPPO F11 Pro

20. OPPO F11 Pro @ Rs/- 17,990

  • Android v9 Pie
  • 6.5-inch
  • 16 Front Camera | 48 Rare Camera
  • 6 Ram
  • 64 GB
  • 4000 mAH

 

Users Review: First of all thanks to OPPO for making this wonderful device. The design at its best and better than Vivo V15 pro. I checked V15 pro at the stores and for some reason I didn’t like it, may be the build quality looked too plasticky and saturated display. So waited for F11 pro and its worth a wait. Let me list out all the pros and cons after 1 week of usage.
Pros:
1. Build Quality: This first thing we witness in a phone is the build. Trust me, oppo has cut corners but have made sure it has that premium feel. Though the back is polycarbonate plastic, with some process they have made it look like a glass panel. Little slippery but easy and comfortable to hold. Phone has got some weight because of that huge battery, but because of the weight it gives us a metal glass feeling when we hold. All the keys are in good position and again no plastic feel at all.
2. Display: I hate notch and all those tear drop or water drop things. F11 pro with the panoramic screen is an absolute treat to watch. Its just fantastic and mesmerizing whenever we hold and touch it, a butter smooth experience. Screen is bright enough even in outdoor conditions and very colorful. If you like bigger display this is the phone. Again this is better than V15 pro.
3. Camera: In an oppo shared article I read the sensor used in oppo f11 pro is the same Sony sensor IMX586 which they used in Redmi Note 7 pro. Looks like the news is for real. Camera quality from rear and front is top notch. Natural colors, Outstanding details, Perfect HDR shots and a easy friendly camera UI. The pop-up camera technology is too good to see. Its fast and works quietly.
4. Battery: No problems with the battery, it comes more than a day. No drain at all.
5.Charging: When f11 pro was released there was a con which was discussed widespread is about the micro USB port and not Type C. Now I’m going to add this in the pros here. Because the VOOC technology is just awesome.Its just super fast charging. When I received the phone it was around 20% battery, when I charged using VOOC within less than 30 mins it was full charged. When you switch off and charge its even more faster.
6. Performance: We have seen this P70 chipset in many phones earlier. One of the fastest and it performs well here too. No lags at all during normal usage and also it can handle any game you throw at it. Have no complaints at all on performance. Oppo has designed it perfectly
7. Sound: Sound quality from the bottom speaker is above average. But that doesn’t mean its bad. Its perfect sound quality, good form media activities and games too. Earpiece receiver is very loud and too crisp and clear. Cellular call quality at its best.
8. Network: WiFi and data connectivity works perfectly without any drop and the reception performance is top notch.
9. Face lock is super fast and finger print is faster as well
10. Color OS 6 on F11 pro and I kind of like it. They have improved lot of things and many features added as well. Stock UI lovers better stay away from this phone. But trust me Color OS works like a charm. Already got two security updates. No complaints at all.

Cons:
1.Phone is premium no doubt about it and super fast performance. Its a must buy phone and I will suggest this over Vivo V15 pro. But with the P70 processor this should be between the price range 20k to 21k.
2.The storage limit it should be 128GB for a 6GB RAM and not 64GB. Also this is a hybrid slot where there is no place for SD card when we use two sims. Oppo should have considered three slots when they have decided to go for a 64GB storage limit.

Just those two cons, but again this is a beast and a must buy. Like I said its little expensive but in online markets you have this exchange offers and bank discounts where we can bring the price down. So go for it guys, you won’t regret.

Redmi K20

21. Redmi K20 @ Rs/- 24,335

  • Android v9 Pie
  • 6.39-inch
  • 20 Front Camera | 48 Rare Camera
  • 6 Ram
  • 128 GB
  • 4000 mAH

 

Users Review: 1)The battery is good. after 5 hours of sot and normal usage it is 50 % at night.
2)Device body is completely glass. It will not have corrosion or discoloration issue. But it might break if dropped. Use a good case.
3) Performance is good i have around 142 apps installed. Around 45 apps stay in memory the device still shows 1.5 Gb available ram and is very smooth.
4) No memory card is available. However large memory phones are not required anymore due to better cloud storage and network speeds . 64 Gb is more than enough for normal user. However if you live in an area that does bot have good internet infrastructure you can opt for 128 or more.
5) The device was launched in July 17 2019. I was bit skeptical for buying as in 6 months devices get outdated but even after lot of searching i could not find any competitive device. Also Redmi k30 is clear downgrade compared to k20.

Oppo Reno2 Z

22. Oppo Reno2 Z @ Rs/- 27,498

  • Android v9 Pie
  • 6.39-inch
  • 48 Front Camera | 16 Rare Camera
  • 8 Ram
  • 256 GB
  • 4000 mAH
Samsung Galaxy M11

23. Samsung Galaxy M11 @ Rs/- 12,998

  • Android v10.0
  • 6.4-inch
  • 8 Front Camera | 13 Rare Camera
  • 4 Ram
  • 64 GB
  • 5000 mAH
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OnePlus 3T

24. OnePlus 3T @ Rs/- 22,949

  • Android OS, v6.0.1
  • 5.5-inch
  • 16 Front Camera | 16 Rare Camera
  • 6 Ram
  • 64 GB
  • 3400 mAH
Honor 8X

25. Honor 8X @ Rs/- 13,500

  • Android Oreo v8.1+EMUI v8.2
  • 6.5-inch
  • 16 Front Camera | 20 Rare Camera
  • 6 Ram
  • 64 GB
  • 3400 mAH
Vivo NEX

26. Vivo NEX @ Rs/- 28,790

  • Android Oreo v8.0
  • 6.5-inch
  • 8 Front Camera | 12 Rare Camera
  • 8 Ram
  • 128 GB
  • 4000 mAH

Users Review: Using this phone since Jan 2019.
Incredible especially after android 10 update.

Pros:

1. Lively display,
2. loud & clear speakers . It has a built in audio DAC which gives pleasing sound with hifi enabled earphones provided with d unit.
3. Beautiful cameras (google camera 7 can b installed to get trademark pixel 3 like photos as both share d same imx363 sensor with OIS & same SD845 processor.
4. PUBG gameplay is insane. No heating issue whatsoever even after 2hrs of continuous gaming.
5. Easily get 20-25 hrs battery backup with near 6-7 hrs SOT.
6. Super fast charging with 0-80% in 40 minutes,thereafter it charges slowly to protect the battery

Cons:
1. Stock launcher is nonsense.
Better install Lawnchair from play store & then download & install google feed. This go make ur device like a stock android.

Vivo V9 Youth

27. Vivo V9 Youth @ Rs/- 14,999

  • Android v8.1
  • 6.3-inch
  • 16 Front Camera | 16 Rare Camera
  • 4 Ram
  • 32 GB
  • 3260 mAH

Users Review:

Pros:
Good rear camera.
Good sound.
Screen display.
Funtouch OS
Battery performance

Cons:
32Gb internal storage
No 4K
Head phone jack in bottom .
No front flash light
For this price point SD 450 is not acceptable.

Redmi Note 8

28. Redmi Note 8 @ Rs/- 11,999

  • Android Pie v9
  • 6.3-inch
  • 13 Front Camera | 48 Rare Camera
  • 4 Ram
  • 64 GB
  • 4000 mAH

Users Review: Loving the phone….Purchased with bank discount,6gb 64gb blue variant…i must say,it looks super awesome….

having gorilla glass protection in front and back,it makes it even better….

Camera is really cool,getting some decent clicks,just install google camera and the quality is much much better

Battery backup is quite good as well,just turn off dual 4g,dont use volte if not necessary,turn of auto start for apps which u feel are not required,keep miui battery saver turned on for better backup,keep gps off when not needed,just do small adjustments and battery will surely last longer

Performance is also great considering the chipset you are getting,infact u also get 4g+ which is not even there on redmi note 7 pro and would never come also….so internet speed,call quality,signal strength…everything is impressive

I must say,in this price range,this phone totally deserves praises from all….i hope i tried to cover all points and helped people to look for this phone as a good option for them…All the best…

vivo u20

29. Vivo U20 @ Rs/- 12,999

  • Android Pie v9
  • 6.5-inch
  • 16 Front Camera | 16 Rare Camera
  • 4 Ram
  • 64 GB
  • 5000 mAH

Users Review: Bought on first day itself and used 10 Days.
Based on my view it’s pros are
1) bigger full HD display
2) good battery life.after continues use of 3-4 hrs it’s not heating up or getting hang.
3) best gaming experience
4) Camera with almost all features
5) 6GB Ram
6) Fast charging
7) panda glass is better than gorilla
8) Better pricing and quality features compared to realme 5s and redmi note 8
9) Nice viewing experience of movies

Cons
1) Night camera not up to the mark.Its fine in this budget
2) Sound output is low
3) Vivo interface is different when compared to last used phones.
4) Amazon pay cash back not received
5) from 80% to 100% battery takes too much time compared to zero to 80%.

Redmi Note 9 Pro

30. Redmi Note 9 Pro @ Rs/- 13,999

  • Android v10
  • 6.67-inch
  • 16 Front Camera | 48 Rare Camera
  • 4 Ram
  • 64 GB
  • 5020 mAH

 

Users Review: Hi all,
As I have bought redmi note 9 pro on first sale, I would like to share my review on this.
I would give you my honest experience..
I will talk only about the Lacunas/cons of this phone,
1.Battery-it lasts only for 24 hrs by general use,(like phone call, YouTube, whatsup video call) without gaming, while gaming it’s battery drains fastly, for charging it takes 2 hrs.
2.Camera-As it is 48 MP, I personally did not find anything like 48 MP, rather samsung M30 has better quality of pics than this 48 MP, Night mode is not good enough,Its just a hipe,clarity has to be compromised,
Even front camera is not good, pics get blurr by zoom. Same here samsung M30 again have gain..
So camera is not as good as they told., blur and shaggy images, I have really disappointed.
3.Display- kindly go for super Amoled display, if you compare FHD of redmi note 9 pro and sAmoled of samsung you will really feel the difference,
4.Gaming has heating problem,battery drains fastly,
5.weight is something I feel heavy, hard to use by single hand.
6.sound is average,
So it’s my honest feedback after using it for 4 days. I really feel disappointed.( In battery, camera, display, Sound)
Now other things like processor, interface,speed, design, finger print sensor are best.
Thanks 👍

Redmi Note 8 Pro

31. Redmi Note 8 Pro @ Rs/- 16,999

  • Android Pie v9
  • 6.53-inch
  • 20 Front Camera | 64 Rare Camera
  • 6 Ram
  • 128 GB
  • 4500 mAH
 
Xiaomi Mi A3

32. Xiaomi Mi A3 @ Rs/- 17,499

  • Android Pie v9.0
  • 6.088-inch
  • 32 Front Camera | 48 Rare Camera
  • 6 Ram
  • 128 GB
  • 4030 mAH

 

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