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Mobile Price List in India

From making phone calls to catching up with your friends on Facebook and Instagram or finding your way from A to B – imagining a life without a mobile phone is impossible. Use the latest mobile price list that features all top brands including Apple, Samsung, Lenovo, Motorola, Gionee, OnePlus and much more, to land the best deal while buying a Smartphone. This list reflects the mobile price after GST, so what you see is what you’ll pay. Check out the extensive range of mobile phones to pick the perfect one that matches your requirements. The price list is regularly updated, and you’re assured of the lowest mobile prices online. However, the list reflects the current price at the major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Kolkata and others. If you reside elsewhere, you may incur some additional charges like shipping costs and so on.
  • Apple iPhone 8 64 GB
    from Rs. 57,000 (3 stores)
    4.5
    965 Ratings

    • OS: IOS
    • Screen Size: 4.7 inch
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • Primary Camera: 12 MP
  • Apple iPhone 8 Plus 64 GB
    from Rs. 67,148 (3 stores)
    4.6
    1083 Ratings

    • OS: IOS
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • RAM: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 12 MP
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8
    from Rs. 64,900 (1 stores)
    4.5
    325 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 6.3 inch
    • RAM: 6 GB
    • Primary Camera: 12 MP
  • Apple iPhone X 64 GB
    from Rs. 87,999 (1 stores)
    4.8
    606 Ratings

    • OS: IOS
    • Screen Size: 5.8 inch
    • RAM: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 12 MP
  • Vivo V7+
    from Rs. 17,863 (4 stores)
    4.3
    6325 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • RAM: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 16 MP
  • Vivo V5s
    from Rs. 14,850 (4 stores)
    4.2
    10404 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • Ram: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Motorola Moto X4 64 GB with 4 GB Ram
    from Rs. 19,999 (1 stores)
    4.4
    4231 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.2 inch
    • RAM: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 12 MP
  • OPPO F3 Plus (6 GB RAM)
    from Rs. 22,990 (1 stores)
    4.4
    1800 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 6.0 inch
    • RAM: 6 GB
    • Primary Camera: 16 MP
  • Vivo V5
    from Rs. 14,000 (4 stores)
    3.8
    4482 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • Ram: 256 MB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Best Seller
    Apple iPhone 5s 16GB
    from Rs. 16,299 (3 stores)
    4.3
    41474 Ratings

    • OS: IOS
    • Screen Size: 4.0 inch
    • Ram: 1 GB
    • Primary Camera: 8 MP
  • Apple iPhone 6S 32 GB
    from Rs. 36,799 (3 stores)
    4.4
    22747 Ratings

    • OS: IOS
    • Screen Size: 4.7 inch
    • Ram: 2 GB
    • Primary Camera: 12 MP
  • Apple iPhone 7 32 GB
    from Rs. 42,500 (4 stores)
    4.5
    17913 Ratings

    • OS: IOS
    • Screen Size: 4.7 inch
    • Ram: 2 GB
    • Primary Camera: 12 MP
  • Samsung Galaxy S8
    from Rs. 51,000 (3 stores)
    4.6
    1800 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.8 inch
    • Ram: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 12 MP
  • Samsung Galaxy S8+
    from Rs. 56,900 (3 stores)
    4.6
    920 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 6.2 inch
    • Ram: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 12 MP
  • Oppo A57
    from Rs. 11,000 (5 stores)
    4.1
    5879 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.2 inch
    • Ram: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Oppo F1s 32 GB
    from Rs. 13,203 (3 stores)
    4.2
    20487 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • Ram: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • BlackBerry DTEK60
    from Rs. 28,500 (3 stores)
    3.5
    53 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • RAM: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 21 MP
  • Oppo F3 Plus (4 GB RAM)
    from Rs. 18,511 (3 stores)
    4.2
    18704 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 6.0 inch
    • Ram: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 16 MP
  • Huawei Honor 8 Pro
    from Rs. 25,999 (2 stores)
    4.4
    5547 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.7 inch
    • RAM: 6 GB
    • Primary Camera: 12 MP
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime 16 GB
    from Rs. 11,890 (3 stores)
    4.1
    13840 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • Ram: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime 32 GB
    from Rs. 13,730 (5 stores)
    4.1
    11508 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • Ram: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Oppo A37
    from Rs. 8,323 (3 stores)
    3.8
    1943 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.0 inch
    • Ram: 2 GB
    • Primary Camera: 8 MP
  • Moto G4 Plus 32 GB
    from Rs. 13,470 (3 stores)
    3.4
    50563 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • Ram: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 16 MP
  • Samsung Galaxy J7
    from Rs. 10,490 (4 stores)
    4.3
    31645 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • Ram: 1.5 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro
    from Rs. 7,990 (1 stores)
    4.2
    54025 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.0 inch
    • Ram: 2 GB
    • Primary Camera: 8 MP
  • Gionee A1
    from Rs. 13,479 (4 stores)
    3.9
    2340 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • Ram: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • 4.1
    133805 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • Ram: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus 2GB RAM
    from Rs. 8,490 (2 stores)
    3.9
    92564 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.0 inch
    • Ram: 2 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro
    from Rs. 20,999 (3 stores)
    4.0
    1865 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.7 inch
    • Ram: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 16 MP
  • Vivo Y53
    from Rs. 7,500 (4 stores)
    4.2
    2806 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5 inch
    • Ram: 2 GB
    • Primary Camera: 8 MP
  • Lenovo K6 Note 32 GB with 4 GB RAM
    from Rs. 10,099 (3 stores)
    3.9
    2647 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • Ram: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 16 MP
  • Samsung Galaxy J2
    from Rs. 6,690 (5 stores)
    4.1
    17163 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 4.7 inch
    • Ram: 1 GB
    • Primary Camera: 5 MP
  • Samsung Galaxy J5
    from Rs. 10,490 (1 stores)
    4.3
    17825 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.0 inch
    • Ram: 1.5 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Micromax Canvas 5 E481
    from Rs. 5,500 (3 stores)
    3.6
    2839 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.2 inch
    • Ram: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • HTC U11 128 GB with 6 GB RAM
    from Rs. 47,999 (1 stores)
    4.6
    221 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • Ram: 6 GB
    • Primary Camera: 12 MP
  • Celkon Diamond Mega 4G
    from Rs. 5,512 (2 stores)
    3.5
    59 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • RAM: 1 GB
    • Primary Camera: 8 MP
  • Lava Z25
    from Rs. 14,300 (2 stores)
    4.2
    246 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • RAM: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Micromax Dual 5
    from Rs. 24,590 (2 stores)
    4.3
    127 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • RAM: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Best Seller
    Apple iPhone 6 16 GB
    from Rs. 30,999 (2 stores)
    4.4
    73811 Ratings

    • OS: IOS
    • Screen Size: 4.7 inch
    • Ram: 1 GB
    • Primary Camera: 8 MP
  • Best Seller
    Yu Yuphoria
    from Rs. 6,499 (3 stores)
    3.4
    8787 Ratings

    • OS: Cyanogen
    • Screen Size: 5.0 inch
    • Ram: 2 GB
    • Primary Camera: 8 MP
  • Nokia 6
    from Rs. 14,999 (1 stores)
    3.6
    7621 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • RAM: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 16 MP
  • Xiaomi Redmi Y1 32 GB
    from Rs. 8,999 (1 stores)
    5.0
    1 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • RAM: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Xiaomi Redmi Y1 Lite
    from Rs. 6,999 (1 stores)
    3.0
    5 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Nokia 8
    from Rs. 36,200 (2 stores)
    4.6
    128 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.3 inch
    • RAM: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Motorola Moto G5S Plus
    from Rs. 15,489 (2 stores)
    3.8
    11060 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • RAM: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Vivo Y69
    from Rs. 11,553 (4 stores)
    4.3
    1846 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • RAM: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • OnePlus 5T 64 GB
    from Rs. 32,999 (1 stores)
    3.0
    5 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 6.01 inch
    • RAM: 6 GB
    • Primary Camera: 20 MP
  • Nokia 5 16 GB with 3 GB RAM
    from Rs. 12,890 (2 stores)
    4.2
    693 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.2 inch
    • RAM: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Alcatel A5 LED
    from Rs. 12,999 (1 stores)
    3.0
    5 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.2 inch
    • RAM: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 8 MP
  • Vivo Y66
    from Rs. 11,615 (4 stores)
    4.2
    2983 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • Ram: 3 GB
    • Primary Camera: 13 MP
  • Xiaomi Mi A1
    from Rs. 12,999 (1 stores)
    4.4
    114794 Ratings

    • OS: Android
    • Screen Size: 5.5 inch
    • RAM: 4 GB
    • Primary Camera: 12 MP

Mobile Price List

Latest MobilesPrice
LG V30+Rs. 44,990
Huawei Honor Holly 3 PlusRs. 9,499
Coolpad Cool C1Rs. 11,945
Xiaomi Redmi 5A 32 GBRs. 6,999
Xiaomi Redmi Y1 64 GBRs. 10,999
iVooMi Me3SRs. 6,499
Infinix Zero 5Rs. 17,999
Vivo V7Rs. 16,809
OnePlus 5T 64 GBRs. 32,999
Gionee M7 PowerRs. 16,999

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Mobile Price in India 2017

There is a wide variety of mobile phones or smartphones available in Indian market ranging from Rs. 1000 to Rs. 80,000. The above mobile price list is updated daily (last updated on 17th April 2017) and is sourced from top online sellers like Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal, eBay, Shopclues, Infibeam etc. The price list also features key specifications along with the user ratings. The prices are valid all across India including top cities like New Delhi, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Indore etc.

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The importance of mobile phones has become monumental in recent times. With the ability to connect with your friends and family instantly, you get to call people, share videos, notes, information, photos, and more with just the touch of a button. If you are planning to buy a mobile phone that can do all these functions and more.

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With the advent of technology, smartphones have become an essential part of our lives. These phones are equipped for functions beyond calling and come with variety of features like camera, radio, games and calculator etc. In addition to the built-in features, one can explore the entire world wide web through his/her smartphone with the help of internet connectivity. The connectivity also gives access to several applications belonging to categories like health & fitness, news, education, science, books, business, finance, music, lifestyle, sports and many more. Most of such applications are extremely helpful for learning as well as entertainment purpose. These smartphones are available in different colours as well as shape/sizes and the price varies accordingly.

However, in addition to price comparison one must also do feature comparison while buying a mobile. There are several factors based on which one can compare mobiles and decide which one to buy. Such factors include Storage Capacity, Internal Memory (RAM), Connectivity Options, Camera Specifications, Battery Life, SIM Type, Screen Size etc.

Screen Size:
Screen size is a matter of choice. Some people prefer a bigger screen whereas some opt for a small/sleek display. Smartphone with bigger screens can be difficult to handle as they are comparatively bulky but they provide a good experience while watching videos or playing games. So pick the one as per your own choice and need!

Display (resolution):
Display is not only about screen size but also about resolution i.e. pixel per inch (ppi). Different companies use different display technologies e.g. Nokia uses Clear Black, Samsung uses Super AMOLED, Apple uses Retina Display whereas Microsoft uses Clear Type. One should look for the pixel stats. The higher the pixels (ppi), the better will be the resolution.
One should also consider the screen protection level provided by the manufacturer. There are devices with Corning Gorilla Glass etc. that provide better resistance against scratches. This is very useful if your device handling is rough.

Camera:
It is a myth that camera with higher megapixels will provide good quality images. Good image is a function of various factors like mega pixel, lens, resolution, flash etc. So one should not take a decision only on the basis of mega pixels. E.g. A 5 MP camera is capable of providing images that can be printed at 300 dpi (dots per inch) which is considered to be a standard resolution for professional printing.

There are several devices that have both back (primary) as well as front (secondary) cameras. Tip: If your are a selfie fan, check for smartphones with special front camera features suitable for taking selfies!

OS (Operating System):
It is the OS that makes your phone a ‘smart’ phone, thus one needs carefully pick the OS that best fits his/her needs. The popular OS in India is Android followed by iOS (used only in Apple devices) and Windows (used mostly in Microsoft devices). Although it is difficult to recommend any particular OS as it is also a matter of choice and individual’s comfortability while operating the device with different OS. If you look at it from the market share point of view, then Android is the market leader in India, however iOS is popular in countries like US.

Once you zero down on the preferred OS make sure that you constantly update the same as and when new release is rolled out. This will give you access to new operating features in your phone.

Processor:
There are different types of processors in the market like dual core, quad core, octa core etc. Although, technically speaking the higher the processor better should be the performance; however one must also consider the compatibility factor. The compatibility of the processor needs to be matched with the device as well as the OS. e.g. An octa core processor need not always perform better on all devices or OS. Also, the make of the processor also plays an important role.

RAM:
No rocket science here! More the size of RAM, better will be the output/performance. The highest configuration of RAM as on today is 6 GB.

Battery:
Ofcourse, the more the better! A phone with a battery of 2000mAh or more usually run for a longer duration in single charge as compared to others. However, the performance also depends on the usage. E.g. If you are a serious gamer, it is advisable to keep a power bank as back-up!

Storage:
Again, the more the better. The storage is of two types- internal and external. Some devices support external storage (by means of SD card) whereas some only support internal storage. So if you store a lot of images, songs, videos, apps, games etc. in your device, then select the one that supports external storage. However, remember that the limit of external storage support also varies from device to device.

Mobile Price:
Last but not the least, price plays an important factor while buying a mobile phone. Comparing mobile prices online not only helps to save money but also time. There are various online merchants that provide users with payment options like EMI, Cash on Delivery (COD) and Online Payment (via credit/debit card or net banking). The flexibility in payment options add to the buyer's convenience.

At CompareRaja.in, you can compare mobile phone prices from trusted and leading online stores like Flipkart, Amazon, Snapdeal, eBay, Shopclues, Infibeam, HomeShop18, IndiatimesShopping & more. In addition you can also compare the features of smartphones making it easy for you to decide which one matches your needs the most.

5 quick tips to consider while buying a new smartphone:

1. Don’t just go for higher Mega Pixel, also consider quality of resolution, lens, flash etc.

2. Don’t fall for pre-installed apps. Most often they are useless.

3. Check the usability and features of different OS before finalizing on one.

4. Refer to user ratings and reviews.

5. Don’t forget to compare prices!


FAQs while buying a Mobile:


How to view the IMEI number of the phone?

International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number is a unique 15-digit serial identification number of a mobile phone. It reveals information related to the handset viz. the country of origin, the model number, and the manufacturer of the phone. If you wish to view the same on an Android device, then tap ‘Phone’ app > enter ‘*#06#’ on the dial screen, and the screen will display the IMEI number. Also, the IMEI can be located on a silver sticker on the rear of your phone or under the battery pack and on the packaging box in which the phone is sold.

What is mAH? Is mAH the only factor in deciding the battery life of the mobile?

Milli-Ampere Hour (mAH) is the amount of electric energy a mobile phone battery can store for a limited time i.e the number of days or hours the battery can stay alive on a single charge. mAH is not the only factor that defines the battery life of a device, the other factors include the usage pattern of the phone especially multi-tasking activities, Wi-Fi usage, and even web browsing sessions.

Which operating system is the best? iOS or Android?

Both the operating systems have their own pros and cons. The iOS is a mobile operating system from Apple is known for offering a safer and protected environment by not allowing any third party systems to showcase their apps on their App Store. On the other hand, Android OS is an open source operating system that allows developers to develop new program and showcase the same. Apple’s iOS is better on performance and security fronts but Android excels in offering a wide range of apps with less restrictions on its licensing. With an Android OS in place, you can completely control your device which is not the case with mobiles loaded with Apple iOS.

Which operating system is most useful?

Undoubtedly, the newer mobile operating systems carry new features, technologies, possibilities, and offer better compatibility with existing processes, but sometime they may reciprocate the entire experience. So far, Android 5.0 Lollipop is the best mobile operating system because it has an intuitive design, offers enhanced security, and provides a wide range of ‘Priority Settings’ to help you customize the entire experience.

What is the processor for smartphones and why?

A smartphone processor is programmed to execute your commands/instructions you wish your phone to perform, in simple terms, the processor is the brain of the phone. Compare your mobile with a mini computer which executes your commands to the inbuilt apps to accomplish your desired tasks – dialling a mobile number, receiving a call, delivering your chat/SMSes, updating your mailbox, streaming videos, gaming and so on. Today, Smartphones come with a dual core or quad core or hexa or octa core processors. In all, the more the number of cores, the phone becomes more responsive and seamless in operation especially when multi-tasking. Remember, the application commanded should be compatible with the functioning of the processor for receiving a fast response. The new and improved octa-core processors are considered as the best because of their instant processing and higher performance under extreme tasks as compared to quad core or hexa core processors

Which smartphone size would works best for me?

A smartphone should be easy and fairly light in weight to carry along with ergonomic in size. It should fit into your palms well and your pocket too, in case you wish to carry it around most of the time. Keeping in tow with the current trends, decent sized smartphones which weigh approx. 170 gms are considered a good buy. Since you’ll be investing a fair amount of money while buying a smartphone, you must decide all the parameters regarding its size, weight, appearance, and features before taking the final call.

What is the ideal screen size for me?

The screen size of an ideal smartphone ranges from 4.5 inches to 5 inches, depending upon the purpose and intent of usage. The display or the screen size is equally important especially if the mobile is going to be used for watching videos, gaming and other audio-video activities. It is imperative to consider that buying a larger screen size will help in handling multiple tasks with great ease and offers optimal comfort while reading long texts or mails.

How many pixels are enough to enjoy a clearer image?

Ideally a buyer should go for 1920×1080 screens, or Full HD display, if they wish to experience higher clarity and brightness in images. Quad HD resolution or 2560×1440 pixels is the highest pixel value available in smartphones and the ones featuring this pixel type are generally quite expensive.

What camera megapixel is ideal for clicking images and selfies?

Most of the smartphone cameras have 16MP sensors to help your capture your special moments with ease. If you’re thinking about the basic megapixel value for cameras, then anything above 8MP is more than adequate. Aperture is one of the most crucial things about camera smartphones, the more the aperture is, the better the pictures will appear.

How much RAM do I need to enjoy a faster performance?

If you’re using your smartphone just for accessing some light applications and can calling purpose, then 1GB RAM is enough. But, if you love to play games, wish to stream live media feeds, or install heavy applications, then anything above 2 GB is more suitable.