Best Budget Smartphones Under Rs.30000 in Pakistan

Choosing a smartphone that provides the ideal combination of specs, features, durability and value for money, that too in a budget, is quite difficult. Once you get into this, you’ll end up with in a mess, confused.
While it’s up to you to choose the smartphone that suits your requirements and budget, you can always seek assistance. Here’s a list of the top 4 budget smartphones of 2017 under Rs.30000, for Pakistani consumers.

  1. Huawei Honor 6x

Even though this phone was launched in late 2016, it still tops the list due to the amazing combination of specifications and price it offers. Along with other impressive features, this phone stands out due to the dual-camera setup it offers. While dual-cameras have been seen on a few devices previously, this is the first phone that includes a dual-camera setup in such price range.

Price: Rs. 26,000


  • 5.5’ FHD Display
  • 3 GB Ram, 32 Internal Storage
  • 12 MP + 2 MP Primary Camera, 8 MP Secondary Camera
  • 3340 mAh Battery
  • Kirin 665 Chipset with OctaCore Processor
  • Android Marshmallow


  • Exquisite Metal body
  • Dual Camera Setup with Phase Detection Autofocus
  • Fingerprint Sensor
  • Decent Display
  • Impressive Battery life
  • Premium 2.5D curved display
  • Upgradable to Android Nougat


  • Non-Removable Battery
  • Build quality Seems compromised
  • No USB Type-C
  • Cannot Insert two Sims and an SD card at the same time


  1. Galaxy J7 Prime

The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime is a great smartphone that packs impressive specs, durability and affordability together. If you’re a brand conscious individual and are looking for a decent phone that offers great value for money, than the J7 Prime is surely the way to go.

Price: Rs.25000


  • 5.5′ FHD Display with 401 ppi
  • 3 GB Ram, 16 GB Internal Storage
  • Exynos OctaCore processor
  • 13 MP Primary Camera, 8 MP Secondary Camera
  • 3300 mAh Battery
  • Android Marshmallow


  • Slim Metal Body
  • f/1.9 aperture for both cameras
  • Corning Gorilla Glass
  • Enough Battery to poweryou through the day
  • Fingerprint Sensor embedded into the home button
  • Android Nougat Update Available
  • Decent Build Quality


  • Low Internal Storage Considering almost half of it is consumed by the system
  • No Amoled Display, a TFT Panel instead
  • No Fast Charging
  • No USB Type-C
  • Ambient Light Sensor Missing, no Auto-Brightness
  • Absence of OIS


  1. Motorola Moto M

Motorola Moto M is a great mid-ranger that packs in a lot of decent features without costing you a fortune.  This phone includes all the features an average user would need and a few bonus features that’ll definitely fascinate you.

Price: Rs.27000


  • 5.5’ FHD Display-401ppi
  • MediaTek Helio OctaCore Processor
  • 3 GB Ram, 32 GB Internal Storage
  • 16 MP Primary, 8 MP Secondary Camera
  • 3050 mAh Battery
  • Android Marshmallow


  • Metallic, sleek and Handy Body
  • Splash resistant
  • Supports fast Charging
  • Includes USB Type-C
  • Impressive Display and Camera
  • Decent Battery
  • Gorilla Glass 3
  • Impressive Camera
  • Stock Andorid


  • Not the original Motorola Anymore
  • MediaTek Chipset, which certainly is kind of disappointing
  • Build Quality Not as solid
  • Poor Grip
  • Not as Snappy
  • Not the best design



  1. Huawei Honor 8 Lite

The Honor 8 lite is another Huawei phones that makes it to the list. Even though this phone offers nothing special, it is a great phone. The basic specs are great and the phone is ideal for a basic user.

Price: Rs.24000


  • 5.2’ FHD Display
  • Android Nougat
  • Kirin OctaCore Processor
  • 3GB Ram, 16 GB Internal Storage
  • 12 MP Primary, 8 MP Secondary Camera
  • 3000 mAh Battery


  • Gorgeous, compact Design
  • Solid, Handy Built
  • Impressive Display with high pixel density and 2.5D curved Glass
  • Rear-Mounted Fingerprint sensor
  • Fairly Sleek
  • Fast Autofocus
  • Supports fast Charging
  • Inexpensive


  • Low Internal Storage
  • Lacks USB Type-C
  • Pretty Ordinary Camera
  • Non-Removable battey
Rafay Khurram
Rafay Khurram
Just another guy with a knack for technology and current affairs. Started blogging back in 2015 and currently a student at Lahore University of Management Sciences.

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