Best 4G phones under Rs. 5000 

Here, we’ve covered the best Android dual SIM budget phones with up to 2GB RAM. Like me, many people prefer using a DUAL SIM handset because it gives them the power to switch between operators anytime.

Depending on the user’s budget and requirement, there are plenty of phones to choose from in the market. As you would be paying for the device, you expect your new mobile device to support 4G-LTE, VoLTE or it should have a nice camera and superb backup.

Don’t worry! You don’t have to waste your precious time on eCommerce portals because today, we’ve shared the list of the top 4G mobiles you can buy online for within 4000 to 5229 Rupees.

Xiaomi Redmi Go (Black, 8 GB) (1 GB RAM)

Redmi Go (Black, 8 GB) (1 GB RAM)Xiaomi Redmi Go is a great option for the people who are searching for an Android handset that can last for 1+ years. 5A runs on the latest Android 7 OS and has 2GB RAM.

Key features of this device are as follows:

Yu Yunique YU4711

Yu Yunique YU4711 is a dual SIM phone that flaunts a 4.7 inch 1280 x 720 pixels IPS with Corning Glass 3 display. It employs a 1.2 GHz Quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor to run the Android Lollipop OS and your favorite Apps.

YY2 supports 3G and 4G-LTE connectivity. It sports a front 2MP selfie camera and a 8MP rear camera that is powered by a LED flash.

It ships with a 2000 mAh capacity battery. It includes 8GB storage memory and 1GB RAM and a MicroSD card slot for storage expansion.

The Micromax device includes an alarm clock, a calendar, and a calculator app. It includes the Google Play Store app through which you can install 1000s of applications on your mobile device.

The phone provides proximity, light and accelerometer sensors. It supports FM Radio, WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS navigation.

XOLO Era 4X

Era 4X is the best and latest XOLO 4G smartphone under Rs. 5000 on this list. It is a dual SIM mobile that features Android v 8.0 Oreo operating system.

Era 4X has an HD+ 5.45 inch IPS touchscreen display. It features a 8 MP rear HD camera and an 5MP front facing camera. The handset supports zoom, auto-focus, and video recording at various resolutions.

Xolo Era 4X carries 16 GB ROM expandable upto 64GB and 1GB RAM, MicroSD card slot. It packs a 3000 mAh capacity removable battery, which gives a nice talktime and standby time of 10/500+ hours. It supports 3G, 4G, EDGE, GPRS network connectivity.

This XOLO series budget phone ships with a 1.5 GHz Quad-core MediaTek processor, games, Google Play Store, music player, etc. It supports VoLTE technology.

Top features and specs list:

  • Local brand with good customer understanding
  • Underrated processor
  • Excellent battery backup
  • Good clock-speed
  • Stylish design

Also see: Best mobiles under Rs. 3000

Nokia 1

One is the latest 4G phone from Nokia that you can buy in Rs 3000 to 5000 range. The Nokia mobile runs on the Android 8 Oreo operating system. It provides light, gyro, proximity sensors and has 152 grams weight.

N1 has 8GB storage memory and a beautiful IPS FWVGA display. It supports 4G-LTE, WiFi, FM Radio. The mobile has two cameras (5MP rear/2MP front). It offers LED flash and 1GB RAM.

The Nokia N1 mobile includes a 1.1 GHz quad-core MTK6737M microprocessor, Mali T-720 GPU, and a 2150 mAh removable battery. It supports MicroSD cards.

Key features:

  • Cameras with decent clarity
  • Abundant storage memory, quad-core processor
  • Budget friendly, 4G-LTE, VoLTE, and latest Android OS

Lava Z61

Lava Z61 is a 4G enabled device from Intex that runs on the Android 8.0 OS Oreo. It packs a 1500 Megahertz Mediatek Quad-core processor and sports a 5.45 inches 2.5D touchscreen display that boasts an eye-friendly resolution of 1440 by 720 pixels. The screen is based on IPS technology and it supports playback of HD videos.

The handset has an 8MP rear camera with super-funky modes (8 MP Rear camera with Super night, Filter, GIF, Sound picture, Template, Panorama, Funny cam, QR, hild mode, Micro spur, Beauty, bokeh etc) and 5MP front. It supports HD video recording. It has 1 GB RAM and storage capacity of 16GB when you don’t use a MicroSD card. It supports 32GB Micro SD cards. It ships with a removable Li-ion 3000 mAh battery. It offers 3G, 4G-LTE, and VoLTE connectivity options. It includes two SIM slots.

Important features:

  • Support for high capacity MicroSD card
  • 4G and VoLTE support

Also see: Best phones under Rs. 3000 and 3500

Nokia 2.1

The dual-SIM Nokia 2.1 comes in above the price range of the scope of the article but we wanted to include it for those folks who want to invest in a tried and tested brand such as Nokia. The Nokia 2.1 sports a big capacitive touchscreen (5.5 inch) with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution. The smartphone runs on a 1.4GHz Snapdragon Quad core processor and has 1 GB RAM and 8GB internal memory expandable upto 128GB.  The battery rating is also notable as a 4000 mAH Li-ion removable battery is used as compared to the other phones in this list. It runs Android Oreo 8.1 and has 5MP front-facing camera and 8MP rear camera.

Important features:

  • Dual-front speakers
  • Large display (5.5 inch) and good resolution (1280×720)
  • 4000 mAH Battery

iVoomi Me5 4G

iVoomi Me5

Me5 from iVoomi is yet another good phone that you can buy for within 4500 to 5000 Rs range. It has Android 7 OS and a 3000 mAh capacity removable battery. It boasts a Curved 2.5D HD 5.2 inches display. Me5 has 2GB RAM, 8 MP selfie camera, and 4G-LTE SIM card slot. It offers an 8MP back camera and 3G, VoLTE, WiFi network connectivity options.

iVoomi Me5 includes front and rear flash system. It ships with a proximity, g, and light sensor. The 4g mobile’s screen has a pixel density of 282. It can save your data to 128 GB MicroSD cards.

Mobiistar CQ

Mobiistar CQ

SQ is a 1.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 425 processor powered phone running on the Android 7.1.2 Nougat OS. It packs a 3020 mAh battery, 2GB RAM and 16GB storage memory.

Mobiistar CQ features an 8MP rear camera, 13MP front camera, HD 5.0 inches capacitive touchscreen display with 200+ pixel density, 2.75D glass, and good clarity. It has a LED flash and MicroSD slot.

CQ comes pre-installed with many Android applications and games. It supports navigation via GPS technology. The mobile features WiFi, Bluetooth, EDGE, 3G, 4G connectivity options. It has a MicroUSB port, 3.5mm headphone jack, and an Adreno GPU.

Mobiistar CQ is one of the best 2GB RAM phones under 5000 in India. It costs 4999 INR in India.

Must see: Best Samsung phones under 6000 Rs

Micromax Spark 4G

Spark 4G - Best Micromax phone under 5000 Rs

Canvas Spark 4g has 8GB ROM and a reliable quad-core 1.3 GHz MediaTek MT6735 processor. It has an FWVGA 5.0 inches (480 x 854 pixels resolution) touchscreen IPS multi-touch display that supports 16M colors.

Micromax Spark 4g has a 5.0 megapixel back camera, 1GB DDR3 RAM, and a front-facing 2MP resolution camera. It includes 2 SIM slots that support 3G and 4G-LTE SIM cards. It has a 2200 mAh Lithium Ion battery. The handset supports auto-focus mode. It enables you to record 1280 x 720 pixels resolution videos.

The mobile features the Android Marshmallow OS and it packs a MicroSD card slot for expanding the storage memory. It supports VoLTE technology.

Key details:

The Micromax Spark 4G mobile costs Rs 4500 INR.

Conclusion: Yu Yunique YU4711, Redmi 5A, Micromax Spark, iVoomi Me3/Me3, Xolo Era 4X, Mobiistar CQ, Intex Indie 6, and Nokia 1 are the best 4G mobile phones under Rs. 5000 in India

6 COMMENTS

  1. RAJIV

    What about Phicomm Clue 630? budgeted 4g mobile. Can you please suggest me whether I should go for it or not?

  2. RAJIV

    Pramod can you suggest me cheap and good 4G mobile? My requirements are below given.

    2GB RAM
    13 MP and above camera
    16GB internal storage
    Big screen display ( 5 inches and above )

    Please revert back at your earliest.

  3. jassie

    Samsung and Nokia are the best phone brands in the world.

  4. Rhuthvik Billa

    xolo era is the best mobile
    amazing features @ just 4,444

  5. sanjay kumar

    I want to buy an android phone around 5k which has a most durable body as phones often slip from my hand.

    • Pramod Choudhary

      Go with any one of the top 5 handsets i’ve shared

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