Looking for the best phone to buy under Rs. 15,000? There are several options to choose from. You get brands like Realme, Xiaomi and Poco with their multiple competitors under the Rs. 15,000 price range. While some models in the price bracket have promising camera experiences, you also have options with higher RAM capacity and newer processors. With so much variety, it’s not that easy to choose the most suitable option. On this episode of Orbital, host Akhil Arora brings in Gadgets 360 reviewer Aditya Shenoy and assistant review editor Roydon Cerejo to discuss the best phones among Rs. 15,000.
We talked about what people’s expectations should be when looking at phones under the Rs. 15,000 staples. It is difficult to find an all-rounder in this segment as some have a powerful processor while the others have good cameras. Companies like Realme and Xiaomi now offer features like AMOLED displays with a refresh rate of 90 Hz and multiple rear cameras. However, people buying a phone under Rs. 15,000 are unlikely to get features like stereo speakers, water resistance, and wireless charging.
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We also talk about the things to look for in this price range and the marketing buzzwords and jargon that companies often use to attract customers with good things they’ve seen from Realme, Xiaomi, and Motorola. Poco has also brought some newly labeled Redmi phones to the Rs. 15,000 brackets offer the same hardware as the Xiaomi portfolio, but with a distinctive user experience.
Plus what are the brands that offer better longevity under Rs. 15,000? And which upcoming phones might be worth waiting for?
The second half of this week’s Orbital episode revolves around the Vijay Varma and Radhika Apte-directed science fiction comedy series OK Computer, available on Disney + Hotstar.
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OK Computer developers Neil Pagedar and Pooja Shetty talk to host Akhil about why the original Hotstar Specials was supposed to be a mix of Douglas Adams’ seminal 1979 novel The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and modern mockumentaries like The Office and Modern Family. In addition to a Whodunit plot partly inspired by Isaac Asimov and HBO’s Westworld.
Pagedar and Shetty also discuss the challenges they faced in launching a science fiction comedy show in India and the difficulty of balancing creativity on the one hand and audience interest on the other bring. They also discuss the larger shared OK universe they have planned with producer and co-writer Anand Gandhi, which includes animation, films and board games.
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