Best Phones Under 50000 in Nepal 2024 Smartphones Midrange
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With a ton of choices, buying a smartphone can become a confusing adventure for many. And in the Nepali market, the 50K price bracket is probably the trickiest of them all. That’s because this is a category that’s more than midrange yet less than the premium midrangers. So oftentimes, most phones in this range don’t find the right balance between price and overall performance. To help you with your purchase decision, here is our list of the best phones under NPR 50000 in Nepal.

How to find the best phones under NPR 50000 in Nepal?

As aforementioned, phones under 50K are sort of a middle ground between midrange and premium midrange devices, so their feature set and overall value for money can be a bit tricky to figure out. Anyway, you shouldn’t settle for anything less than a high refresh rate OLED display when spending NPR 50000 on a phone. An attractive and durable design is another thing to look out for here.

While an official IP rating is pretty rare in this segment, if that’s a must for you, then Samsung has got you covered. The 2024 Redmi smartphones also bear an official IP68 rating, while Samsung phones usually come with IP67 dust and water resistance as well. Performance shouldn’t be a concern on these smartphones either, whereas you also get a capable camera setup here. Some brands even offer OIS and 4K recording in this price range.

Note: In this list, we have also included a few smartphones that cost more than NPR 50000 — but not by a lot. We’ve done this so that you can further curate your choices, and also because we don’t want you to miss any good deal by spending NPR 1000 – 2000 more. The prices of such products are marked with an asterisk (*) at the end.

Best mobile phones under NPR 50000 in Nepal:

9. OnePlus Nord CE 3

OnePlus Nord CE 3 - Aqua Surge best phones under 50000 in nepal

Kicking off our list of best phones under NPR 50000 in Nepal is the new OnePlus Nord CE 3. We know OnePlus is already gearing up to launch Nord CE 4 in the international market but unfortunately, its predecessor is the one arriving in Nepal at the moment.

Anyway, the Nord CE 3 is an upgrade over the regular OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite which is also available here. And you get a bunch of upgrades here, including a better display, faster performance, better set of cameras, and more. So starting with the display, the Nord CE 3 now carries a respectable 120Hz AMOLED panel — complemented by minimal bezels.

Great content consumption capabilities

Not just that but OnePlus has also secured HDR certification on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video for the Nord CE 3. It also brings a set of stereo speakers that get pretty loud and fairly detailed for a great multimedia experience overall. On the performance side of things, this guy is backed by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 782G chip. It’s a slightly overclocked version of the legendary Snapdragon 778G processor, so you really don’t need to worry about the Nord CE 3’s performance.

OnePlus has paired this with a big 5000mAh battery as well, so we found this guy’s battery backup to be equally impressive. And OxygenOS remains one of our favorite Android skins out there. It’s optimized well enough and there are a bunch of useful customization features sprinkled throughout the UI. But we feel that just 2 years of software and 3 years of security updates that OnePlus promises for the Nord CE 3 is a bit disappointing.

As for the optics, OnePlus has used a flagship-grade 50MP Sony IMX890 primary sensor with OIS here. Followed by an 8MP ultrawide, a 2MP macro, and a 16MP selfie shooter. And for the most part, the images from its primary camera is pretty reliable. Both during day and night.

OnePlus Nord CE 3 5G Specifications:

  • Display: 6.7-inches AMOLED screen, FHD+, 120Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 782 5G (6nm mobile platform)
  • Memory: 8/12GB LPDDR4X RAM, 128/256GB UFS 3.1 storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: OxygenOS 13.1 on top of Android 13
  • Rear Camera: Triple (50MP main, 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro)
  • Front Camera: 16MP sensor (hole-punch)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (optical in-display)
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 6 (dual-band), Bluetooth 5.2, GPS / A-GPS / Glonass / Galileo / QZSS / BDS, USB-C, NFC, 4G LTE, 5G
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Ambient light, E-compass, Gyroscope, Infrared, Proximity, Sensor core, Temperature
  • Battery: 5000mAh with 80W charging (80W adapter inside the box)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 53,999* (12/256GB)
  • Buy OnePlus Nord CE 3 here

8. Vivo V29e

Vivo V29e - Rose Gold best phones under 50000 in nepal

While Vivo phones used to be rather overpriced in Nepal a few years ago, that’s really not the case these days. Which is why the reasonably-priced Vivo V29e has managed to grab the seventh spot on our list of best phones in Nepal under NPR 50000. And as usual, Vivo has primarily focused on the design and camera front with the V29e.

You get a flat frame body with a flat display upfront with minimal bezels. It is available in two color shades — Forest Black and Rose Gold — and both of them look quite nice. It’s also got IP54 rating for protection against dust and minor water splashes and such. And if you look at the camera module at the back, you’re gonna find a couple of LED flashes there.

Aura Light

One’s the regular kind (of course), whereas the other one sitting below the camera lens is something called “Aura Light”. It’s specially designed to help you take well-lit portraits at night, and we like how Vivo also lets you control the color temperature of this light so that you can get more creative with your composition. And while it most definitely applies some artificial smoothening in the subject’s face, we’re more or less happy with the portraits from V29e.

Same thing with its selfies, although we must say that this guy’s selfie camera is among the best in this price range. Vivo V29e’s 64MP primary camera also does a decent job when there’s ample ambient light, while its videography side of things leave something to be desired. As for performance, Vivo has used the same old Snapdragon 695 chip on this thing, which is a capable processor — yes — but not as competitive as what most of the competition have.

The multimedia experience on the V29e is also pretty decent, mostly thanks to a good-looking display with nice colors and everything. But the fact that a phone that costs a little over NPR 40000 has a single speaker unit is a major bummer. Then again, we don’t have much to complain about in the battery life and charging department here.

Vivo V29e Specifications:

  • Display: 6.67-inches AMOLED screen, FHD+, 120Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G (6nm mobile platform)
  • Memory: 8/12GB LPDDR4X RAM, 256GB UFS 2.2 storage (fixed)
  • Software & UI: Funtouch OS 13 top of Android 13
  • Rear Camera: Dual (64MP main, 8MP ultrawide)
  • Front Camera: 50MP sensor (hole-punch)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (optical in-display)
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 5 (dual-band), Bluetooth 5.1, GPS / AGPS / Glonass / Galileo / Beidou / QZSS, USB-C, 4G LTE, 5G
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Ambient light, E-compass, Gyroscope, Proximity
  • Battery: 4800mAh with 44W charging (44W adapter inside the box)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 42,999 (8/256GB)
  • Read our Vivo V29e review
  • Watch our Vivo V29e review
  • Buy Vivo V29e here

7. OPPO Reno11 F

OPPO Reno11 F - Coral Purple best phones under 50000 in nepal

The upcoming OPPO Reno11 F also finds a seat on our list of best phones under NPR 50000 in Nepal. OPPO’s “Reno” series has always been about cameras — more than anything — and the Reno11 F is no exception. More specifically, the company seems to be particularly proud of the portrait capabilities of this guy. Even though the Reno11 F doesn’t have a telephoto camera or anything.

It’s got a typical triple camera setup at the back, consisting of a 64MP primary, an 8MP ultrawide, and a 2MP macro sensor. Still, OPPO says the “Portrait Expert Engine” on this phone can capture great-looking portraits with “automatic controls on exposure and white balance”.

Pretty pretty

Portraits aside, the Reno11 F is quite a good-looking phone as well. It’s available in a couple interesting color options. And like most other phones in 2024, OPPO has gone with flat frames and flat edges for a bold finish here. This thing is also IP65 dust and splash resistant, although you can even find one with IP67 and even flagship-grade IP68 dust/water rating when shopping for a phone in this price range.

Anyway, powering the OPPO Reno11 F is MediaTek’s Dimensity 7050 chip. It’s not the most powerful processor considering what you get in other similarly-priced phones but the Dimensity 7050 is perfectly capable of cruising through casual everyday usage. And ColorOS 14 is a pretty well-optimized and feature-rich Android skin to complement the overall experience.

Its display is equally nice to look at. We’re particularly fond of the thin bezels on all four sides, alongside its 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ certification. And for such a relatively slim and lightweight phone, the Reno11 F has a big 5000mAh battery. Whereas OPPO also promises stable battery performance for 4 years, meaning you won’t experience degraded battery life over the years with this phone.

OPPO Reno11 F Specifications:

  • Display: 6.7-inches AMOLED screen, FHD+, 120Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: MediaTek Dimensity 7050 5G (6nm mobile platform)
  • Memory: 8/12GB LPDDR4X RAM, 128/256GB UFS 3.1 storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: ColorOS 14.0 on top of Android 14
  • Rear Camera: Triple (64MP main, 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro)
  • Front Camera: 32MP sensor (hole-punch)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (optical in-display)
  • Connectivity: Hybrid Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 6 (dual-band), Bluetooth 5.2, GPS / AGPS / Glonass / Galileo / Beidou / QZSS, NFC, USB-C, 4G LTE, 5G
  • Sensors: Acceleration, Geomagnetic, Gravity, Gyroscope, Light, Proximity, Step counting
  • Battery: 5000mAh with 67W charging (67W adapter inside the box)
  • Expected price in Nepal: NPR 49,999 (8/256GB)

6. Honor X9b

Honor X9b - Sunrise Orange

At number 5 on our list of best phones under NPR 50000 in Nepal is the Honor X9b. Available in Sunrise Orange, Midnight Black, and Emerald Green color options, the Honor X9b looks and feels like a premium phone. It is slim and wins big points as far as ergonomics is concerned. And that bold circular camera ring at the back is something of a conversation piece as well.

But the actual cameras on this phone are not that inspiring. There’s a triple camera array inside the aforementioned camera ring, which includes a 108MP main, a 5MP ultrawide, and a 2MP macro lens. However, we found that Honor hasn’t optimized the cameras that well. And its ultrawide sensor is especially underwhelming for a premium mid-range phone. Honor X9b also lacks optical image stabilization (OIS), while there’s no EIS for videos either.

Super strong display

But the biggest highlight of this phone is definitely its display. The Honor X9b has a gorgeous 6.78-inches curved AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate and minimal bezels on all four sides that looks stunning. The company has also ensured its durability with a 360° anti-drop protection system. And in our rigorous drop tests, we found it to be holding up perfectly fine as well.

Its performance is handled by the Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 chipset, which is a good processor for regular everyday usage and some gaming as well. This chip has been complemented by a healthy 12GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage. As for software, the phone runs on Android 13-based MagicUI 7.2. This custom Android skin is free of any unnecessary bloatware apps and is quite stable too.

Even though the Honor X9b is a pretty slim phone, the company has managed to pack a massive 5800mAh battery on this thing. As a result, its battery life is fantastic, managing to last a full day and more. And with the 35W charger that’s included inside the box itself, you can fill it up in two hours.

Honor X9b Specifications:

  • Display: 6.78-inches AMOLED screen, FHD+, 120Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 5G (4nm mobile platform)
  • Memory: 12GB RAM, 256GB storage (fixed)
  • Software & UI: Magic UI 7.2 on top of Android 13
  • Rear Camera: Triple (108MP main, 5MP ultrawide, 2MP macro)
  • Front Camera: 16MP sensor (hole-punch)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (optical in-display)
  • Connectivity: Hybrid Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 5 (dual-band), Bluetooth 5.1, GPS / AGPS / Glonass / Galileo / Beidou, NFC, USB-C, 4G LTE, 5G
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Ambient light, Compass, Gravity, Gyro, Proximity
  • Battery: 5800mAh with 35W charging (35W adapter inside the box)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 43,999 (12/256GB)
  • Read our Honor X9b review
  • Watch our Honor X9b review
  • Buy Honor X9b here

5. Samsung Galaxy A34 5G

Samsung Galaxy A34 5G - Purple

Next up is the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G. And compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy A33 5G, it brings a bunch of meaningful upgrades over its predecessor to seal its place in the fourth spot on our list of best phones under NPR 50000 in Nepal.

That starts with the design itself. Samsung experimented with a universal design approach with almost all its smartphones starting in 2023. That means whether it’s a budget phone like the Galaxy A14 5G, a midrange one like the Galaxy A34 5G, or flagships like the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+, they all share similar design principles. This consists of a minimalistic camera layout with protruding lens, flat sides, and curved edges.

As a result, design-wise, the Galaxy A34 5G punches above its weight to give you a relatively premium experience. It does have a plastic back and frames, but its hands-on feel is quite nice for a phone under 50K. For a more durable wear-and-tear in the long run, Samsung also offers IP67 dust and water resistance on this phone. Which is something no other brands, except for one, have managed in this segment. If only it has a hole-punch cutout for the selfie camera instead of a notch!

Dimensity 1080 5G

Other than this, another notable upgrade on the Galaxy A34 5G is definitely in the performance department. While Samsung had used its own, under-optimized Exynos 1280 chip on the Galaxy A33 5G, this guy features MediaTek’s Dimensity 1080 processor instead. As a result, whether it’s everyday performance or even gaming, the Galaxy A34 5G fares much better than its predecessor.

Not to mention, it is also guaranteed to receive 4 major Android upgrades and 5 years of security patches too. This is also something unheard of by other smartphone makers in this price bracket. Other than this, the A34 also upgrades to a larger 6.6″ Super AMOLED display with a smoother 120Hz refresh rate. Whereas it borrows the same 48MP triple camera and a 5000mAh battery with 25W fast charging from Galaxy A33 5G.

Samsung Galaxy A34 5G Specifications:

  • Display: 6.6-inch AMOLED screen, FHD+, 120Hz refresh rate, Gorilla Glass 5
  • Chipset: MediaTek Dimensity 1080 5G (6nm mobile platform)
  • Memory: 8GB RAM, 128/256GB storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: One UI 5.1 on top of Android 13
  • Rear Camera: Triple (48MP main, 8MP ultrawide, 5MP macro)
  • Front Camera: 13MP sensor (teardrop notch)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (optical in-display)
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 5 (dual-band), Bluetooth 5.3, GPS / A-GPS / Glonass / Galileo / Beidou / QZSS, USB-C, 4G LTE, 5G
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Geomagnetic, Gyro, Light, Proximity
  • Battery: 5000mAh with 25W charging (power adapter not provided)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 43,999 (8/128GB)
  • Read our Samsung Galaxy A34 review
  • Watch our Samsung Galaxy A34 review
  • Buy Samsung Galaxy A34 5G here

4. Samsung Galaxy F54

Samsung Galaxy F54 - Silver

And the bronze medal on our list of best phones under NPR 50000 in Nepal goes to the Samsung Galaxy F54, which is just a rebranded Galaxy M54 by the way. As expected from a “Galaxy F” series phone, it brings a big battery and a slightly compromised design compared to the “Galaxy A” lineup. As a result, it easily lasts a couple of days in medium to heavy usage.

But filling it up takes around 1 hour and 45 minutes using a compatible 25W power brick. Oh, and you’re gonna have to buy a charger separately since Samsung doesn’t ship one inside the box. Besides this, Galaxy F54 has a pretty nice-looking design. Not as nice as some other Samsung phones it takes some inspiration from, but still good enough.

The phone has curved edges at the back for a comfortable grip and is available in silver and dark blue finishes. But as an “F” series device, Samsung has opted to go with a plastic back here, while this thing misses out on an official IP rating as well. As for the display, Galaxy F54 brings a big 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus panel with a 120Hz refresh rate and Gorilla Glass 5 protection. And it has good colors and brightness levels for easy outdoor visibility.

Exynos 1380

When it comes to performance, Galaxy F54 is powered by the same Exynos 1380 chip as Galaxy A54. On paper, it’s a pretty capable processor but Samsung hasn’t optimized it very well. That’s not to say that the phone struggles with casual everyday usage, absolutely not. But be it thermals or gameplay stability, there’s a lot of room for improvement. At least Samsung has promised 4 years of OS and 5 years of security updates here, so we can hope the Galaxy F54 ages better with time.

Camera-wise, you get a 108MP main sensor with OIS, an 8MP ultrawide, and a 2MP macro sensor here. And in our tests, the phone performed admirably well across various conditions. Galaxy A54 still has better optimization in certain cases but overall, it’s a good point-and-shoot camera phone. You can also shoot up to 4K 30 fps videos from this phone but Samsung has disabled OIS for videos.

Samsung Galaxy F54 Specifications:

  • Display: 6.7-inch AMOLED screen, FHD+, 120Hz refresh rate, Gorilla Glass 5
  • Chipset: Samsung Exynos 1380 5G (5nm mobile platform)
  • Memory: 8GB RAM, 256GB storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: One UI 5.1 on top of Android 13
  • Rear Camera: Triple (108MP main, 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro)
  • Front Camera: 32MP sensor (teardrop notch)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (side-mounted)
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 6 (dual-band), Bluetooth 5.3, GPS / A-GPS / Glonass / Galileo / Beidou / QZSS, USB-C, 4G LTE, 5G
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Geomagnetic, Gyro, Light, Proximity
  • Battery: 6000mAh with 25W charging (power adapter not provided)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 52,499* (8/256GB)
  • Read our Samsung Galaxy F54 review
  • Watch our Samsung Galaxy F54 review
  • Buy Samsung Galaxy F54 here

3. Samsung Galaxy A35

Samsung Galaxy A35 - Awesome Lilac

And Samsung has taken a hat-trick on our list of best phones under NPR 50000 in Nepal with the new Galaxy A35 5G. This is the successor to the Galaxy A34 5G that you saw above, and it brings a couple of quality of life upgrades — alongside a few unfortunate downgrades — to deliver a great smartphone experience overall.

Bye bye, notch

So right off the bat, we absolutely love how Samsung has parted ways with the teardrop notch this time. And the 13MP selfie camera on the Galaxy A35 now sits behind a modern-looking hole-punch cutout instead. Then there are a few more things to look forward to this time in terms of the design and build quality. Like the Victus+ protection on the display and a glass back construction.

Apart from this, not much else has changed on the design front. Except for one thing. The volume rockers and the power button on the Galaxy A35 now sit on something called a “Key Island”. Which is just a fancy name for a slightly protruded space and nothing more. Its cameras are also more-or-less similar to the Galaxy A34 but with tad better optimization here and there. And we found it to deliver a reliable camera experience in most occasions, both in terms of photos and videos.

But performance is where things get a little tricky here. The Galaxy A35 is more than well-equipped to handle everyday usage, and its software experience is pretty much some of the best you can find in this price range. Having said that, Samsung’s decision to go with its in-house Exynos 1380 chip this time is bad news if you had some gaming hopes with this guy. At least its battery life is pretty swell, lasting a little over a day even under heavy usage.

Samsung Galaxy A35 Specifications:

  • Display: 6.6-inches AMOLED screen, FHD+, 120Hz refresh rate, Gorilla Glass Victus+
  • Chipset: Samsung Exynos 1380 5G (5nm mobile platform)
  • Memory: 6/8GB RAM, 128/256GB storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: One UI 6.1 on top of Android 13
  • Rear Camera: Triple (50MP main, 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro)
  • Front Camera: 13MP sensor (hole-punch cutout)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (optical in-display)
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 6 (dual-band), Bluetooth 5.3, GPS / A-GPS / Glonass / Galileo / Beidou / QZSS, USB-C, NFC, 4G LTE, 5G
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Geomagnetic, Gyro, Hall, Light, Virtual proximity
  • Battery: 5000mAh with 25W charging (25W power adapter provided)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 46,999 (8/128GB)
  • Read our Samsung Galaxy A35 review
  • Watch our Samsung Galaxy A35 review
  • Buy Samsung Galaxy A35 here

2. Realme 12 Pro+ 

Realme 12 Pro Plus 5G

Better late than never, the Realme 12 Pro+ has finally gone official in Nepal with quite a competitive price tag and thus, securing the second position on this list. The midrange phone arrives with some eye-catching specs like a 3X periscope zoom lens and an elegant design.

As with the previous series, Realme has partnered up with a luxury watch designer to create an enigmatic camera module and a vegan leather back. Upfront, there is a curved 6.7-inch AMOLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate, 800 nits of HBM, and 950 nits of peak brightness.

Periscope Zoom Lens

The elephant of the room is none other than the 64MP periscope zoom lens, which makes it the only phone in the segment, to feature on. So, having a 3X zoom lens is all good for stellar portraits. In our testing phase too, the 64MP OmniVision sensor performed really well close to flagship phones. Other than that, the 50MP main Sony IMX890 camera also performs well while the 8MP ultrawide unit is just decent.

Running the things on the core here is a Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 SoC built on a 4nm process. It is paired with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. Likewise, the phone boots on Android 13-based Realme UI 5.0. A 5000mAh battery is under the hood powering things up, which supports 67W of SuperVOOC fast charging.

Realme 12 Pro+ 5G Specifications:

  • Display: 6.7″ curved-edge full-HD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 (4nm)
  • RAM/ Storage: 8GB / 12GB LPDDR4X RAM with 128GB / 256GB  UFS 3.1 storage
  • Software: Android 14 with Realme UI 5.0
  • Camera: 50MP IMX890 main (with OIS), 8MP ultra-wide, 64MP OmniVision OV64B periscope portrait camera
  • Front Camera: 32MP sensor
  • Sensor: Accelerometer, Ambient light, E-compass, Gyro, Infrared, Proximity, In-display fingerprint sensor
  • Battery and Charging: 5000mAh with 67 Watt of charging
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 50,999 (12/256GB)
  • Buy Realme 12 Pro+ 5G here

1. Redmi Note 13 Pro+
Redmi Note 13 Pro Plus 5G

Bagging the gold in the list is none other than the Redmi Note 13 Pro+, the top-end model in Xiaomi’s latest Redmi Note 13 series. This guy brings a bunch of flagship features at a mid-range price, like Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection for the display, IP68 dust and water resistance rating, and 120W fast charging.

Xiaomi has also worked a lot on the design side of things this time. It’s got a nice curved finish on both sides and either a glass or leather finish at the back of the phone. But unfortunately, the leather variant of Redmi Note 13 Pro+ isn’t available in Nepal. As for the display, it’s got a 6.67-inch AMOLED panel with 1.5K resolution, Dolby Vision and HDR10+ certification, 1,800 nits of peak brightness, and so much more.

Dimensity 7200 Ultra

Under the hood, the Note 13 Pro+ is powered by a Dimensity 7200 Ultra chip. It’s a pretty powerful processor for casual everyday usage, multitasking, and even a little bit of gaming. And we like how Xiaomi has been generous with the storage on this thing as well, since you get 256GB of storage in the base model itself.

As for the software, it boots on MIUI 14 built on top of Android 13. And although Xiaomi has promised 3+4 years of updates for this guy, we would’ve liked to see it launch with Android 14-based HyperOS instead. Getting to the optics, it has a triple-camera setup at the back. But even though it uses the same camera hardware as last year’s Redmi Note 12 Pro+, we found it to be doing much better on the photography front.

Redmi Note 13 Pro+ Specifications:

  • Display: 6.67-inches AMOLED screen, FHD+, 120Hz refresh rate, Gorilla Glass Victus
  • Chipset: MediaTek Dimensity 7200 Ultra 5G (4nm)
  • Memory: 8/12GB LPDDR5 RAM, up to 512GB UFS 3.1 internal storage (fixed)
  • Software & UI: MIUI 14 on top of Android 13
  • Rear Camera: Triple (200MP main, 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro)
  • Front Camera: 16MP sensor (hole-punch cutout)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (optical in-display)
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 6 (dual-band), Bluetooth 5.3, GPS / A-GPS / Glonass / Galileo / Beidou / QZSS, USB-C, NFC, 4G LTE, 5G
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Ambient light, E-compass, Gyro, Infrared, Proximity
  • Battery: 5000mAh with 120W charging (120W adapter inside the box)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 47,999 (8/256GB)
  • Read our Redmi Note 13 Pro+ review
  • Watch our Redmi Note 13 Pro+ review
  • Buy Redmi Note 13 Pro+ here

Summary list of best mobile phones under NPR 50000 in Nepal

S. No. Best phones under 50000 in Nepal Price
1 Redmi Note 13 Pro+ (8/256GB) NPR 47,999
2 Realme 12 Pro+ (12/256GB) NPR 50,999*
3 Samsung Galaxy A35 (8/128GB) NPR 46,999
4 Samsung Galaxy F54 (8/256GB) NPR 52,499*
5 Samsung Galaxy A34 (8/128GB) NPR 43,999
6 Honor X9b (12/256GB) NPR 43,999
7 OPPO Reno11 F (8/256GB) NPR 49,999
8 Vivo V29e (8/256GB) NPR 42,999
9 OnePlus Nord CE 3 (12/256GB) NPR 53,999*

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Do you agree with our choice of the best phones under NPR 50000 in Nepal, or do you want to add something to the list? Have your say in the comments section.