From Samsung Galaxy F23 to Poco M4 Pro, top 5 5G smartphones to buy under Rs. 20000

    Airtel and Jio users can already take advantage of blazing-fast 5G network speeds in major cities around the country. One prerequisite is that you’ve got to have a 5G enabled handset. If you don’t have one, we’ve got your back. So, check out the top 5 5G smartphones to buy under Rs. 20000.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Nov 15 2022, 13:23 IST
    Samsung Galaxy F23 5G
    Samsung Galaxy F23 5G – Samsung is one of the best smartphones in the market so it isn’t a surprise that they have excellent 5G smartphones even in the sub-20K segment. The Samsung Galaxy F23 5G 128GB variant is originally priced at Rs. 23999. However, you can grab one right now at just Rs. 16999 in an amazing deal on Flipkart. (Samsung)
    1/5 Samsung Galaxy F23 5G – Samsung is one of the best smartphones in the market so it isn’t a surprise that they have excellent 5G smartphones even in the sub-20K segment. The Samsung Galaxy F23 5G 128GB variant is originally priced at Rs. 23999. However, you can grab one right now at just Rs. 16999 in an amazing deal on Flipkart. (Samsung)
    Poco M4 Pro
    Poco M4 Pro 5G – Xiaomi’s Poco series was launched as a flagship-killer lineup, which has now transpired into excellent budget and mid-range smartphones. You can grab the 128GB variant of the Poco M4 5G, which is originally priced at Rs. 19999, at just Rs. 17199 on Flipkart right now. You can get Rs. 16500 off as an exchange bonus, lowering the price even further. (Poco)
    Poco M4 Pro
    2/5 Poco M4 Pro 5G – Xiaomi’s Poco series was launched as a flagship-killer lineup, which has now transpired into excellent budget and mid-range smartphones. You can grab the 128GB variant of the Poco M4 5G, which is originally priced at Rs. 19999, at just Rs. 17199 on Flipkart right now. You can get Rs. 16500 off as an exchange bonus, lowering the price even further. (Poco)
    Samsung Galaxy F42 5G
    Samsung Galaxy F42 5G – Yet another 5G smartphone from Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G is a mid-range smartphone which is available with a heavy discount right now. It is originally priced at Rs. 25999 and you can grab it right now for just Rs. 18999 on Flipkart. Additional exchange and bank offers are available too. (Samsung)
    Samsung Galaxy F42 5G
    3/5 Samsung Galaxy F42 5G – Yet another 5G smartphone from Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G is a mid-range smartphone which is available with a heavy discount right now. It is originally priced at Rs. 25999 and you can grab it right now for just Rs. 18999 on Flipkart. Additional exchange and bank offers are available too. (Samsung)
    Motorola G62 5G
    Motorola G62 5G – Motorola has marked its return to the Indian smartphone market with a range of great budget smartphones. The Motorola G62 5G can be yours for just Rs. 15999 right now, against its original price of Rs. 21999. You can also avail Rs. 15300 off as exchange discount if you trade-in your old smartphone. (Motorola)
    Motorola G62 5G
    4/5 Motorola G62 5G – Motorola has marked its return to the Indian smartphone market with a range of great budget smartphones. The Motorola G62 5G can be yours for just Rs. 15999 right now, against its original price of Rs. 21999. You can also avail Rs. 15300 off as exchange discount if you trade-in your old smartphone. (Motorola)
    Vivo T1 5G
    Vivo T1 5G – Grab the Vivo T1 5G in an amazing Flipkart deal! It is originally priced at Rs. 20990. However, the Vivo T1 5G can be yours for just Rs. 16990 right now. You can also avail Rs. 16000 off as exchange discounts and take advantage of bank offers to reduce the price of the smartphone even further. (Vivo)
    Vivo T1 5G
    5/5 Vivo T1 5G – Grab the Vivo T1 5G in an amazing Flipkart deal! It is originally priced at Rs. 20990. However, the Vivo T1 5G can be yours for just Rs. 16990 right now. You can also avail Rs. 16000 off as exchange discounts and take advantage of bank offers to reduce the price of the smartphone even further. (Vivo)
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