For Rs 13,999, Samsung has added a dual camera setup – a 50MP primary sensor and a 2MP depth sensor.

Best 5G Android Phones: From OnePlus and Samsung to Google, check out our top picks

Are you planning to upgrade your smartphone? Ensure that it can connect to the 5G cellular network that is being rolled out in the country. Samsung, Google, realme or OnePlus, all the brands have launched 5G smartphones in India over the past two years. If you’re confused about what to buy, here are our top five picks for the top 5 G-enabled Android smartphones in different price brackets, based on our tests.

Samsung M15 5G: Price: Rs. 13,999

If you are looking for a 5G smartphone under Rs 15,000, you should consider Samsung’s M15 5G. This is a budget-worthy 5G smartphone that features a 6.5 inches HD+ display with a resolution of 720 x 1440 pixels with a small hole for the selfie camera and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. It also has a variable 90Hz refresh rate where the screen refresh rate switches to 60Hz depending on the nature of the application and even Saves battery.

The phone is powered by a 2.2GHz octa-core processor with 6GB of RAM. It comes with an internal storage of 128GB and supports expandable memory card. For Rs 13,999, Samsung has added a dual camera setup – a 50MP primary sensor and a 2MP depth sensor. Photos taken with the primary camera are great, and portrait shots taken with the depth sensor turn out just fine. It works well on humans and pets but not on things. Although low-light photography isn’t a strong area of ​​the M13 5G, the night mode comes to the rescue.

All of this is backed by a 5000mAh battery that lasts over a day and a half with average use. The phone is accompanied by a 15W fast charging solution, which takes approximately three hours for a full charge.

Realme 9 Pro 5G: 20,999 rupees

Realme 9 Pro was launched early this year and is a stylish and modern looking mid-budget 5G smartphone that is just 8.5mm thick and weighs 195g. The back has what Realme calls a Light Shift design (for the Blue Sunrise variant), which changes the color of the back from light blue to red when exposed to sunlight.

9 Pro is a large device that features a 6.6-inch Full HD+ LCD display with a resolution of 2412 x 1080 pixels and an adaptive refresh rate of 120Hz. Running Android 12 with Realme UI on top, this device is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G chipset and is paired with 8GB of RAM. The built-in memory is limited to 128 GB, and more can be accessed using a microSD card. And using Dynamic RAM Expansion technology, you can expand its RAM by another 5 GB (which will be borrowed from the ROM). This is a dual SIM phone with two SIM slots that support 5G simultaneously.

It has a triple rear camera setup with a 64MP primary sensor, an 8MP wide-angle lens, and a 2MP macro lens, and the combination of the three results in some good short films worth sharing on social media platforms. The device comes with a 5,000mAh battery that easily lasts a day and supports 33W Dart Charge.

Vivo V25 Pro 5G: 35,990 rupees

If you are looking for a camera focused 5G smartphone in the Rs 35,000 price range, then look no further. This phone has a color changing panel, which turns a darker shade of blue when exposed to sunlight (UV light).

Promising professional-grade imaging, the Vivo packed in an optically stabilized 64MP primary lens, an 8MP ultra-wide, and a 2MP macro lens. The camera does an impressive job during the day and in well-lit surroundings. Vivo is also betting on low light / night photography on the back of its 64MP camera system. Shots taken with Night mode had software smoothing images to reduce noise.

The back and screen are elegantly designed around the edges that blend into an ultra-sleek side panel. The front is dominated by a 6.56-inch 3D curved AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and 1300 nits of brightness and is a multimedia delight, including streaming shows on Netflix and Hotstar, and games. This 5G phone is powered by Mediatek Dimensity 1300, which is popular in mid-range phones nowadays. And while the RAM was by default 8 + 8 GB, you can lower it to 8 GB and put the rest back into storage (total storage 128 GB).

The performance is backed by a 4830mAh battery that lasts a day with average usage. The 66W flash takes about 55 minutes to fully charge.

OnePlus 10T: 49,999 rupees

If you are looking for a smartphone that looks good and does not compromise on performance, then OnePlus 10T should be your choice. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 system on chip and is paired with up to 16GB RAM and 256GB internal storage without any signs of lag. The good-looking OnePlus 10T sports a 6.7-inch 10-bit FullHD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate.

On the camera front, it has a 50MP primary camera with an 8MP wide angle and a 2MP macro lens. Photos from the primary camera are great, but the ultra-wide-angle lens struggles in low light. The macro mode is just average; Nothing to cheer him up.

The phone packs 4,800mAh of power to last a day on a single charge with moderate use. It is accompanied by a 150W fast wired charger that charges the phone in just 30 minutes.

Google Pixel 7: 59,999 rupees

Google’s recently launched Pixel 7 is one of the best Android smartphones as it scores high in every department – from looks to camera to performance. Google has opted for a glass back with a raised camera bar that houses a 50MP wide angle camera and a 12MP ultra wide camera. Besides sensors, a lot of computer photography (software) works that result in amazing images. Lots of editing options are also accessible.

The phone has a 6.3-inch always-on display with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, 416ppi pixel density, and a 90Hz refresh rate display that looks bright under bright daylight. It is powered by Google’s internal Tensor G2 chip which is built with AI and ML and is paired with 8GB of RAM. For benchmarks, it is not as powerful as the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, however it has enough power to handle all the tasks smoothly. It also only has 128GB of storage without expandable memory. The Pixel 7 belongs to Google, and it runs on Android 13 without any third party software or bloatware. A 4,355mAh battery backs this up, and while Google has added a charging cable, the adapter is missing. While the Pixel 7 supports 5G, Google is working closely with Indian operators to enable 5G functionality on the phone.

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