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5 Mid-Range Phones With Flagship Specs Under Rs 50,000

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POCO M4 Pro (Rs 14,999)The POCO phones have been what OnePlus was years ago, offering respectable specs for respectable prices. The M4 Pro is no different, with an impressive 5000 mah battery life, a 50MP camera sensor, 33W USB-C charging and more.

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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE (Rs 30,999)While the Galaxy S22 series may seem like a tempting buy right now, it is not a significant change over last year’s lineup, which included the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. The mid-range phone is more than capable of handling whatever you throw at it while offering features like a 120Hz OLED panel, water resistance, wireless charging and a 12MP main shooter, along with a 12MP ultrawide and 8MP telephoto lens.

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Google Pixel 6a (Rs 31,999)Designed to be a handy offering, the Pixel 6a may boast of mid-range price but comes with a flagship-level processor, a 60Hz display, a best-in-class camera and of course, the unrivalled android support coming directly from Google.

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Nothing Phone (1) (Rs 30,999)From the studio of Carl Pei, one of the co-founders of OnePlus comes the first Nothing Phone, a flagship killer of flagship killers. On offer here is a 120Hz OLED display, with a 50MP camera, a respectable 4,500mah battery and that extremely unique design.

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OnePlus 10T (Rs 50,999)The OnePlus 11 might be the shiniest toy in OnePlus’s lineup but does that make it a better value-for-money offering than the manufacturer’s other products? No. Case in point, the OnePlus 10T still makes a lot of sense for its price, with a 120Hz OLED panel, 125W wired charging and Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 SoC handling everything.

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