7 Best Smartphones Under Rs. 20,000 That Aren’t Made By QMobile

Smartphones under Rs 20000

In the 21st century, living without a smartphone has become next to impossible. Facebook, WhatsApp and a ton of other apps are at your disposal with a few taps of your finger. But which smartphones should you buy under Rs 20000?

In a country like Pakistan, the smartphone market is very diverse. In every part of every city, you find different smartphone advertisements on billboards. Some phones are expensive and some are dirt cheap. But more often that not, the expensive phones are just not worth the money and the cheap ones are just too inferior in quality and make a bad investment. For example, the brand QMobile has made so many smartphones so people don’t even hear of other, wiser choices. This guide features the best smartphones on the market that are not made by Qmobile and will suit your needs. Best of all, they’re all smartphones under Rs 20000 so they’re ideal for people on a budget.

1. Huawei P8 Lite

Parhlo P8 Lite

Source: homeshopping.pk

Huawei phones in Pakistan are really famous. This is the younger sibling to Huawei’s flagship phone, the P8.


  • Really good camera
  • The phone is built strongly and comfortable to hold with a beautiful exterior
  • It’s cheaper than most phones with similar specifications.


  • Screen Resolution colors are a bit dull.
  • Video quality not as good as would be expected

Each Huawei smartphones price in Pakistan is distinctive. The price of this set is PRICE: Rs19,990. You can find a more detailed review below.

2. Alcatel One Touch Pop Up

Parhlo- Pop

Source: droidchart.com

The Alcatel OneTouch POP UP is an Android, dual-sim smartphone that features 5-inch 720p display. Other hardware include 1.4 GHz octa-core processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable storage, 13 megapixel autofocus camera on the back, and 5 megapixel front shooter.


  • Good Camera
  • 2 GB RAM
  • Good Screen Resolution


  • Android 5.0 (6.0 is already out)

PRICE: Rs18,490. You can find a more detailed review below.

3. Motorola DROID Maxx

Motorola smartphones

Source: gsmarena


  • Huge battery
  • Grippy Kevlar backing
  • Motorola UI is close to stock
  • Clever hands-free features
  • Touchless Control


  • Weak camera
  • No microSD
  • Display not as sharp as competition

PRICE: 12,000. You can find a more detailed review below.

4. Lenovo K3 Note

lenovo smartphones

Source: vr-zone.com


  • Good display
  • Excellent performance
  • Clear audio output
  • Great battery life
  • Strong radio signals


  • Design could be considered too simplistic for some
  • Software experience can vary based on reseller
  • Poor sunlight readability
  • Low speaker volume

PRICE: Rs. 14,000. You can find a more detailed review below.

5. Lenovo P70

lenovo smartphones

Source: www.snapdeal.com


  • Good display
  • Clear audio output
  • Amazing battery life
  • Strong radio signals


  • High Price
  • Poor Quality Camera

PRICE: Rs. 15,000. You can find a more detailed review below.

6. Samsung Galaxy A3

samsung Smartphones

Source: ndtv.com

Samsung phones in Pakistan are widely used. The customers put their trust in Samsung phones.


  • Premium build quality
  • Expandable Storage
  • Impressive performance and battery


  • Low resolution display
  • Sub-par camera
  • Non-removable battery

PRICE: Rs. 19,450. You can find a more detailed review below:

7. Amazon Fire Phone

Parhlo Smartphones

Source: phonearena.com


  • Very Cheap
  • Good Camera


  • Small Screen Size
  • Basic Display
  • Need Amazon Prime to make the most out of it

PRICE: Rs11,490. You can find a more detailed review below

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