Best Mobile Phones Under Rs. 15,000 in Nepal [Updated]

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Looking for an inexpensive yet quality smartphone? In search of a good starter phone for your young ones? Or, maybe you’re looking to gift one to your parents who don’t care about the specs but strive for one that is good on the hands? If you answered yes to any one of those, then this article is just what you need. Thanks to the growing competition and innovation in the smartphone industry, you can get great smartphones for as low as NPR 15000. In this list, we’ve compiled the best phones under NPR 15000 in Nepal, which offer great design alongside impressive performance.

Note: In this list, we have also included a few smartphones that cost more than NPR 15000—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 500 – 1,000 more. The prices of such products are marked with an asterisk (*) at the end.

10. Nokia C30

Nokia C30 - Green best phones under 15000 in nepal

The first entry in our list of best phones under NPR 15000 in Nepal is the Nokia C30. This phone caters best to those who are looking for a “big” smartphone experience on a budget. For this, the C30 has a massive 6.82-inch LCD screen. It features HD resolution—like most smartphones on this list.

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Backing the big display is a big 6000mAh battery as well. Unfortunately, it fuels up via a micro USB connection and supports 10W charging only. Therefore, charging the phone from 0 to 100% takes well over 3 hours here! On top of this, Nokia C30 weighs a whopping 237 grams—which is only slightly lighter than the iPhone 13 Pro Max to put it into context.

Unisoc chip

Handling the performance side of things is the same Unisoc SC9863A chipset. And the Nokia C30 is only available in a single 2GB RAM, 32GB storage variant here in Nepal. While it originally retailed at NPR 14,199, Nokia Nepal recently discounted the phone—thereby making it a better value.

Nokia C30’s stock Android 11 Go experience is another thing to cherish about this budget phone. As for cameras, it brings a 13MP primary and a 2MP depth sensor at the back, whereas the 5MP selfie camera sits inside the teardrop notch.

Nokia C30 Specifications:

  • Display: 6.82-inches IPS LCD screen, HD+, 60Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: Unisoc SC9863A 4G (28nm Mobile Platform)
  • Memory: 2/3GB, 32/64GB storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: Android 11 Go Edition
  • Rear Camera: Dual (13MP primary, 2MP depth)
  • Front Camera: 5MP sensor (notch)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (rear-mounted)
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (2.4GHz), Bluetooth 4.2, GPS / Glonass / Galileo / Beidou, Micro USB, 4G LTE
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Proximity
  • Battery: 6000mAh with 10W charging (10W adapter inside the box)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 12,999 (2/32GB)
  • Buy Nokia C30 here

9. Vivo Y01

Vivo Y01 - Sapphire Blue

Next up, we have the Vivo Y01. This is the most affordable phone that Vivo Nepal currently sells. And like most other entries in our list of best phones under NPR 15000 in Nepal, the Y01 packs barebone specs as well. For starters, it is powered by MediaTek’s Helio P35 chip alongside 2GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Thankfully, Vivo has shipped this phone with a lighter, Android 11 Go-based Funtouch OS 11.1 which should deliver fairly fluid everyday performance.

Including some light games like Ludo, Piano Tiles, and such. Up front, you get a 6.51″ IPS LCD screen with HD resolution. There’s a tiny teardrop notch to enclose the selfie camera up top whereas it also has a prominent chin bezel. But neither of them is a dealbreaker for a budget phone. Even in 2022.

Textured design

Vivo Y01 consists of two cameras in total—one 8MP shooter at the back and a 5MP selfie camera inside the aforementioned notch. The back of the phone has textured stripes and a 3D curve to give it a pretty unique hands-on feel. And unlike the Nokia C30 above, the Y01 is also pretty lightweight at just 178 grams.

As for the battery, Vivo has used a large 5000mAh cell here. Pair that with an HD display, and this phone will easily last you through the day. Maybe even more. However, it is limited to just 10W charging—that too via a micro USB connection. So you’re gonna have to wait a long while for this phone to charge from 0 to 100%.

Vivo Y01 Specifications:

  • Display: 6.51-inches IPS LCD screen, HD+, 60Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: MediaTek Helio P35 4G (12nm Mobile Platform)
  • Memory: 2/3GB, 32GB storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: FuntouchOS 11.1 on top of Android 11 Go Edition
  • Rear Camera: Single (8MP primary)
  • Front Camera: 5MP sensor (notch)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (side-mounted)
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (Dual-band), Bluetooth 5.0, GPS / Glonass / Galileo / BDS, Micro USB, 4G LTE
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Proximity, Compass
  • Battery: 5000mAh with 10W charging (10W adapter inside the box)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 13,999 (2/32GB)
  • Buy Vivo Y01 here

8. Benco V90

Benco V90 - Blue

At number 8 on our list of best phones under NPR 15000 in Nepal is the newly launched Benco V90. Like the Nokia C30 above, this budget phone also has a massive 6.8″ display. It still has just HD resolution instead of FHD but if you’re fond of big phones, this could be a decent choice. Its waterdrop notch houses an 8MP selfie camera as well.

Talking about cameras, the Benco V90 carries three of them at the back. But only the 16MP main sensor is worth talking about because the two remaining auxiliary sensors don’t really do anything it seems. The company hasn’t even mentioned them individually in the product page. Anyway, right next to the camera module, the Benco V90 has a fingerprint reader too.

A big phone through and through

This phone’s design is also pretty minimalistic. It is available in blue, green, and grey finishes—all of which look quite nice. Just like the display, the Benco V90 also enjoys a big 5000mAh battery. But all this has added to the phone weighing about 207 grams. So if you’re someone with small hands or someone who isn’t comfortable with such heavy phones, this might not be the one for you.

Getting to performance, the Benco V90 has Unisoc’s SC9863A processor inside with 4GB RAM and either 64 or 128GB storage. Oh, and Benco has also shipped virtual RAM feature here, so you technically can have 7GB RAM here. In terms of software, the Benco V90 runs on stock Android 12.

Benco V90 Specifications:

  • Display: 6.82-inches IPS LCD screen, HD+, 60Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: Unisoc SC9863A 4G (28nm Mobile Platform)
  • Memory: 4GB, 32/64GB storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: Android 12
  • Rear Camera: Triple (16MP primary, two auxillary sensors)
  • Front Camera: 8MP sensor (notch)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (rear-mounted)
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (Dual-band), Bluetooth 5.0, GPS with A-GPS, Micro USB, USB Type-C
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Light, Proximity
  • Battery: 5000mAh
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 13,999 (4/64GB)
  • Buy Benco V90 here

7. Infinix Hot 12i

Infinix Hot 12i - Racing Black

Coming in at number 7 on our list of best phones under NPR 15000 in Nepal is the Infinix Hot 12i. Like most Infinix phones, this one has a pretty attractive design as well. And it comes in a bunch of fun color options, so this could be a decent option if you want a unique and good-looking budget phone.

Apart from design, the rest of the stuff is pretty basic here. As expected. You’re greeted with a pretty large 6.6″ IPS display with HD+ resolution on the Hot 12i. According to Infinix, it can attain up to 480 nits of peak brightness which means the phone should stay readable enough in outdoor conditions.

Quad-core processor

Handling the performance side of things is the MediaTek Helio A22 chip. This entry-level processor has a quad-core CPU cluster, which is relatively inferior to the octa-core chip on most other entries on our list of best budget phones under NPR 15000 in Nepal. But this has been complemented 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. As for software, the Infinix Hot 12i runs on Android 11-based XOS 7.6.

Its cameras aren’t the most inspiring ones either. The triple camera array at the back consists of a 13MP main lens and a couple of QVGA sensors—whereas you have an 8MP selfie camera up front. Infinix throws in the word “AI” when highlighting these cameras, but I wouldn’t bet on too much on it. In terms of battery, the phone gets its juice from a 5000mAh cell that fuels up via a micro USB connection.

Infinix Hot 12i Specifications:

  • Display: 6.6-inches IPS LCD screen, HD+, 60Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: MediaTek Helio A22 4G (12nm Mobile Platform)
  • Memory: 2/3/4GB RAM, 32/64GB storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: XOS 7.6 on top of Android 11
  • Rear Camera: Triple (13MP primary, QVGA, QVGA)
  • Front Camera: 8MP lens (notch)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (rear-mounted)
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS / AGPS, 4G, Micro USB
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Light, Proximity
  • Battery: 5000mAh with 10W charging (10W adapter inside the box)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 15,599* (4/64GB)
  • Buy Infinix Hot 12i here

6. Redmi A1 / A1+

Redmi A1 - Blue

The absolute budget smartphone segment (I’m talking of phones in the NPR 12 – 13000 range) had been quite dry in Nepal for quite some time. But Xiaomi finally rejuvenated this market category by launching the Redmi A1 and A1+. These two phones are the exact same in every way, except one. The Redmi A1+ has a fingerprint sensor at the back, whereas the standard Redmi A1 doesn’t. That’s it.

Despite being a budget phone, Xiaomi has also emphasized on the design side of things here. Available in three color options (green, black, blue), the phone flaunts a leather-like finish at the back. Getting to the display, the Redmi A1 and A1+ feature a 6.52″ LCD screen with HD resolution.

Stock Android UI

The performance aspect of these phones is also quite interesting. Powered by MediaTek’s Helio A22 chip, Xiaomi has used Android 12 Go Edition for a stock UI experience. And based on our experience, this results in a fairly smooth everyday usage. The company has even promised 2 years of security updates for these phones. In terms of memory, the Redmi A1 is only available in a 2GB RAM, 32GB storage configuration while Xiaomi also sells the 3/32GB variant of Redmi A1+.

And it also supports virtual RAM expansion by up to 2GB. These budget phones pack an 8MP camera at the back alongside a depth sensor, whereas you get a 5MP selfie shooter up front. Xiaomi has given a big 5000mAh battery here, which unfortunately fills up via a micro USB port.

Redmi A1 / A1+ Specifications:

  • Display: 6.52-inches IPS LCD screen, HD+, 60Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: MediaTek Helio A22 4G (12nm Mobile Platform)
  • Memory: 2/3GB RAM, 32GB storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: Android 12 Go Edition
  • Rear Camera: Dual (8MP primary, Depth sensor)
  • Front Camera: 5MP lens (notch)
  • Security: Rear-mounted fingerprint sensor (Redmi A1+ only)
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS / AGPS / Glonass / Galileo / BDS, 4G, Micro USB
  • Sensors: Accelerometer
  • Battery: 5000mAh with 10W charging (10W adapter inside the box)
  • Price in Nepal:
    • Redmi A1: NPR 11,999 (2/32GB)
    • Redmi A1+: NPR 12,499 (2/32GB) | NPR 13,999 (3/32GB)
  • Buy Redmi A1 here
  • Buy Redmi A1+ here

5. Realme C30

Realme C30 - Lake Blue

At number 5 on our list of best phones under NPR 15000 in Nepal is the Realme C30. Realme’s “C” series is popular for its array of budget phones with a unique design, and this one’s no exception either. It incorporates a suitcase-inspired design like last year’s Realme GT Master Edition—but in a different way. Instead of wide horizontal patterns, the Realme C30 has vertical stripes that mimic a suitcase.

Thanks to this, the phone has a secure grip whenever you’re holding it. You can find it in either Denim Black, Lake Blue, or Bamboo Green color options, all three of which look quite attractive. Besides design, the Realme C30 has a pretty powerful Unisoc T612 processor as well. Its octa-core CPU cluster consists of two Cortex-A75 and six Cortex-A55 cores, both clocked at 1.8 GHz.

Realme UI Go Edition

Complementing the performance is up to 4GB of RAM and 32 or 64GB internal memory configuration. The phone runs on Android 11-based Realme UI Go Edition—instead of the full-fledged Realme UI.

Other than this, Realme C30 has a pretty standard feature set for a budget phone. It has a 6.5″ IPS display with HD resolution, a 60Hz refresh rate, and interestingly enough, a 120Hz touch sampling rate. There’s a single 8MP camera at the back and a 5MP selfie shooter on the front. Realme C30 is fueled by a 5000mAh battery that supports 10W charging via the micro USB port. The newer Realme C30s is also available in Nepal. It runs on Android 12 (instead of Android 11 out-of-the-box) and it has a fingerprint reader too. But it’s powered by a Unisoc SC9863A chip, which is not as powerful as Unisoc T612.

Realme C30 Specifications:

  • Display: 6.5-inches IPS LCD screen, HD+, 60Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: Unisoc T612 4G (12nm Mobile Platform)
  • Memory: 2/3/4GB RAM, 32/64GB storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: Realme UI Go Edition on top of Android 11
  • Rear Camera: Single (8MP primary)
  • Front Camera: 5MP lens (notch)
  • Security: No fingerprint sensor
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS / AGPS / Glonass / Galileo, 4G, Micro USB
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Light, Proximity
  • Battery: 5000mAh with 10W charging (10W adapter inside the box)
  • Price in Nepal:
    • Realme C30: NPR 13,499 (2/32GB) | NPR 14,499 (3/32GB)
    • Realme C30s: NPR 13,499 (2/32GB) | NPR 15,999* (4/64GB)
  • Buy Realme C30 here
  • Buy Realme C30s here

4. Samsung Galaxy A03s

Samsung Galaxy A03s - Blue best phones under 15000 in nepal

Taking the fourth spot on our list of best phones under NPR 15000 in Nepal is the Samsung Galaxy A03s. Launched last year, this budget phone from Samsung brings a sturdy build quality. Its back panel has a textured surface for an easier grip whereas it doesn’t attract fingerprint smudges as easily either.

The HD display on the Galaxy A03s isn’t that bad either. It is covered by fairly thick bezels on all four sides though—especially the chin. In terms of performance, Samsung has gone with the MediaTek Helio P35 chip here, 3/4GB RAM, and up to 64GB of internal storage. To compare, it is pretty much the same as the Helio G35 on the POCO C31 above, except that the P35 lacks some of MediaTek’s gaming-oriented features.

Can handle light games fine

Then again, you’ll have no trouble playing something like Piano Tiles or Clash of Clans on the Galaxy A03s. Software-wise, Samsung ships this phone with One UI 3.1 Core based on Android 11. The “Core” version of One UI is stripped of a few features like Secure Folder but overall, it’s not that different from the regular One UI interface. For a budget phone, the Galaxy A03s has decent cameras too.

The 13MP primary sensor takes nice shots in good lighting conditions, while the remaining macro and depth sensors are expectedly sub-par. It wins big points in terms of battery life too as it can easily deliver more than a day’s worth of endurance. Charging it up can be the stuff of nightmares though, as the Galaxy A03s takes around 3 hours and 45 minutes to go from 0 to 100% using the 7.5W power adapter that ships inside the box. But using a compatible 15W adapter, you can speed up the charging process.

Samsung Galaxy A03s Specifications:

  • Display: 6.5-inches PLS TFT LCD screen, HD+, 60Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: MediaTek Helio P35 4G (12nm Mobile Platform)
  • Memory: 3/4GB RAM, 32/64GB storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: One UI 3.1 Core on top of Android 11
  • Rear Camera: Triple (13MP primary, 2MP depth, 2MP macro)
  • Front Camera: 5MP lens (notch)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (side-mounted)
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS / AGPS / Glonass / Galileo / BDS, 4G, USB Type-C
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Light, Proximity
  • Battery: 5000mAh with 15W charging (7.5W adapter inside the box)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 15,499* (3/32GB)
  • Buy Samsung Galaxy A03s here
  • Read our review of Samsung Galaxy A03s

3. Realme Narzo 50i Prime

Realme Narzo 50i Prime - Mint Green

Moving on, the bronze medal on our list of best mobile phones under NPR 15000 in Nepal goes to the new Realme Narzo 50i Prime. Narzo is Realme’s sub-brand that focuses on youth-centric products with trendy designs and value-for-money products. And the Narzo 50i Prime is a slightly modified version of the standard Narzo 50, but with a few key differences in terms of the design and processor.

Available in two colorways, its “Mint Green” variant is especially an eye candy. Its wide camera island has a slight bump and a matte finish compared to the rest of the back panel which gives a distinct look. Inside, you’ll find a single 8MP camera. Upfront, there’s a 5MP selfie shooter under the traditional teardrop notch.

Pretty standard display

Narzo 50i Prime has a pretty standard display for a budget phone. You’re looking at a 6.5″ IPS LCD screen with an HD resolution, and up to 400 nits of peak brightness. On the performance side of things, it borrows the Unisoc T612 chipset (compared to Unisoc SC9863A on the Narzo 50i)—which is quite popular among budget phones.

This has been paired with 3/4GB RAM and either 32 or 64GB of UFS 2.2 internal storage. The phone has a dedicated SD card slot, so you can expand the storage without sacrificing on dual SIM connectivity. In terms of software, the Realme Narzo 50i Prime runs on Android 11-based Realme UI R Edition. There’s a big 5000mAh battery inside that supports reverse charging as well.

Realme Narzo 50i Prime Specifications:

  • Display: 6.5-inches IPS LCD screen, HD+, 60Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: Unisoc T612 4G (12nm Mobile Platform)
  • Memory: 3/4GB RAM, 32/64GB storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: Realme UI R Edition on top of Android 11
  • Rear Camera: Single (8MP primary)
  • Front Camera: 5MP, f/2.2 lens (notch)
  • Security: No fingerprint sensor
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS / AGPS / Glonass / Galileo, micro USB
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Proximity, Light
  • Battery: 5000mAh with 10W charging (10W adapter inside the box)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 13,499 (3/32GB) | NPR 15,999* (4/64GB)
  • Buy Realme Narzo 50i Prime here

2. Xiaomi Redmi 10A

Redmi 10A - Sky Blue best phones under 15000 in nepal

The silver medal on our list of best phones under NPR 15000 in Nepal goes to Xiaomi’s Redmi 10A. Xiaomi makes great budget phones—that’s no secret. And the Redmi 10A is quite a well-balanced starter phone with decent everything. Starting with the design, it boasts a bold look with its big camera module and vertical stripes running across the back of the phone.

That camera module hosts two cameras in total—a 13MP primary and a 2MP depth sensor. Further taking up space is just a “Redmi” branding and a fingerprint reader just below it. Redmi 10A has a 6.53″ IPS display with an HD resolution. Pretty standard stuff. There’s a 5MP selfie shooter inside the display’s teardrop notch. And for a budget phone, Redmi 10A’s camera quality is quite nice.

Helio G25

On the performance side of things, Xiaomi has used the Helio G25 chip here. This has been paired with 2/3GB RAM and 32/64GB of storage. Considering it runs on the full-blown MIUI 12.5 based on Android 11, I would highly suggest you skip the 2GB variant because that’s not going to be enough for this phone.

Xiaomi also claims big numbers with Redmi 10A’s 5000mAh battery—like 20 hours of continuous video playback or up to 30 hours of reading. But all it boils down to is how the phone will easily last you a day without having to refuel it in the middle. Unfortunately, it uses a micro USB connection for data transfer and charging.

Xiaomi Redmi 10A Specifications:

  • Display: 6.53-inches IPS LCD screen, HD+, 60Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: MediaTek Helio G25 4G (12nm Mobile Platform)
  • Memory: 2/3/4GB RAM, 32/64/128GB storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: MIUI 12.5 on top of Android 11
  • Rear Camera: Dual (13MP primary, 2MP depth)
  • Front Camera: 5MP, f/2.2 lens (notch)
  • Security: Fingerprint sensor (rear-mounted)
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS / AGPS / Glonass / Beidou, micro USB
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Ambient Light, Proximity
  • Battery: 5000mAh with 10W charging (10W adapter inside the box)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 13,999 (3/32GB) | NPR 15,299* (3/64GB)
  • Buy Xiaomi Redmi 10A here

1. Samsung Galaxy A04

Samsung Galaxy A04 - Copper

Finally, taking the number 1 spot on our list of best phones under NPR 15000 in Nepal is the new Samsung Galaxy A04. It is the successor to last year’s Galaxy A03, and it brings some decent upgrades in terms of design and performance. The dual camera array at the back of the phone now don’t have a camera island for a clean look, whereas it is also available in a couple of interesting color choices. Including black, white, green, and copper.

But getting to the front, the Galaxy A04 still comes with the same Infinity-V teardrop notch and some thick bezels; especially on the chin. That notch houses the same 5MP selfie shooter, although Samsung has upgraded the main camera from 48MP to 50MP here. In terms of display, you’re looking at a 6.5″ PLS LCD panel with HD resolution and a standard 60Hz refresh rate.

One UI Core

As far as performance goes, the Galaxy A04 is powered by MediaTek’s Helio P35 chip. This octa-core processor has been paired with either 3 or 4GB RAM. But it also supports virtual RAM expansion by up to 4GB. Storage-wise, you can find it in 32 and 64GB options. Since this is a budget phone, Samsung has loaded it with One UI Core 4.1 based on Android 12, which is relatively easy on system resources. So your everyday usage like browsing the web, binging YouTube, TikTok videos and such should be no trouble for the Galaxy A04.

Powering this phone is a large 5000mAh battery. And considering its overall specs, it should easily last you a couple of days. At least. Thankfully, Samsung has also given USB-C port this time (instead of micro USB). It supports 15W charging and thankfully, you get a compatible power brick inside the box itself.

Samsung Galaxy A04 Specifications:

  • Display: 6.5-inches PLS LCD screen, HD+, 60Hz refresh rate
  • Chipset: MediaTek Helio P35 4G (12nm Mobile Platform)
  • Memory: 3/4GB RAM, 32/64/128GB storage (expandable)
  • Software & UI: One UI Core 4.1 on top of Android 12
  • Rear Camera: Dual (50MP primary, 2MP depth)
  • Front Camera: 5MP, f/2.2 lens (notch)
  • Security: No fingerprint sensor
  • Connectivity: Dual-SIM (Nano), WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS / AGPS / Glonass / Galileo / Beidou, USB-C
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Light, Proximity
  • Battery: 5000mAh with 15W charging (15W adapter inside the box)
  • Price in Nepal: NPR 14,999 (3/32GB)
  • Buy Samsung Galaxy A04 here

Summary list of best mobile phones under NPR 15000 in Nepal

S. No.Best Phones Under NPR 15000 in NepalPrice
1Samsung Galaxy A04 (3/32GB)NPR 14,999
2Redmi 10A (3/64GB)NPR 15,299*
3Realme Narzo 50i Prime (3/32GB)NPR 13,499
4Samsung Galaxy A03s (3/32GB)NPR 15,499*
5Realme C30 (3/32GB)NPR 14,499
6RedmiA1 (2/32GB)NPR 11,999
A1+ (3/32GB)NPR 13,999
7Infinix Hot 12i (4/64GB)NPR 15,599*
8Benco V90 (4/64GB)NPR 13,999
9Vivo Y01 (2/32GB)NPR 13,999
10Nokia C30 (2/32GB)NPR 12,999

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