Have you ever run into a situation where you needed to contact somebody or use any of the apps only to find that your phone battery is dead? If you are a heavy phone user and your phone battery doesn’t last long then here are some of the best smartphones with a big battery.
1.Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro
We are talking about budget smartphones and Xiaomi is one of the best brands when it comes to budget segment. Whatever your need might be there is a device from Xiaomi to fulfil your demand. The recently released Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is the latest entry in the acclaimed Note line-up of the brand and it comes with a big battery.
It comes with the following specifications.
Price: The phone costs ₹13,999.
In reviews on GSMArena, the phone was praised for its camera which is one of the best in this price segment along with the 18:9 display. They were critical about the charging port and the lack of fast charge adapter in the box.
The Redmi Note 5 Pro is an excellent budget-oriented smartphone. The battery life is great and will last for nearly two days on an average use and the performance is smooth. It has one of the best cameras in the segment, both the front and the back. The 18:9 display is crisp and clear with a good viewing experience. The only major problem is that it has a limited stock and the absence of Type-C charging port. It is definitely worth buying.
#2 Lenovo Note K8
The note line from Lenovo is quite famous. The K3 was one of the best smartphones on budget when it was released. It had one of the best specifications at the time of its release along with a big battery and was priced at just around ₹15000. The latest successor to that phone is Lenovo K8 Plus.
The phone has these specifications:
Price: The 4GB variant of the phone is being sold for ₹11,999 and the 3 GB variant is being sold at ₹9,999. Shopclues promocode could get you the phone (3GB RAM and 32GB ROM) for ₹7,800 on the website.
According to Gadgets.NDTV.com the phone has one of the best bokeh effect amongst the other phones in this price bracket. They appreciated the phone for its long battery life but were critical about the display as most phone, these days come with 18:9 ratio display.
The Lenovo K8 Note is a great device for power users thanks to its big battery. The camera performance is pretty good and the device runs great with no lags and glitches. It performs much better than the Moto G5s Plus and the Redmi Note 4. It is a great option in the price segment.
#3 10or G
10or G is a product of Chinese company Huaqin Technology which was founded back in 2005 and it arrived in India in September of 2017. The phone was launched as a challenger to the extremely popular Redmi Note 4. The specifications are:
Price: The phone is powerful yet affordable at just ₹7499 exclusively on Amazon.in.
The phone has pretty decent performance and the specs at this price make it a great phone to have. It runs on Android Nougat which can be updated to Oreo OTA.
The battery which will last more than a day so you don’t need to worry about charging it every night. Its memory can also be expanded by 128 GB via memory card. It is a very nice phone overall and lives up to the expectations as GSMArena describes the phone to “a beast” when it comes to performance.
It is one of the most affordable phones available on the market and there is no reason why anyone should not get it.
#4 Redmi Note 4
Xiaomi’s Redmi note series is well known for providing bang for the bucks and this iteration is no different in that case. The Redmi Note 4 is one of the most famous of the Note series and offers serious performance and has an extremely large battery.
It comes with:
Price: The phone starts at ₹9999 only.
The octa-core CPU means it could handle multitasking without breaking a sweat. This along with a without any lags or glitches. Mysmartprices.com praises the phone for its jaw dropping battery performance but criticizes its lack of USB Type-C port. It is a great phone to have and one should definitely get one.
#5 Panasonic Eluga A4
This phone hasn’t got the best internals on the market and shouldn’t feature in any list. Why is it on this list then? It is here because of its massive battery which will easily last for a couple of days of heavy use and you can even push it to three days. Let us see what else it has got
Price: The phone is extremely affordable and costs ₹7999.
It has a sub-par 720p 5.2-inch screen as you can easily make out the individual pixels at close range. The Mediatek quad core CPU and Mali GPU provide decent performance while being light on the battery. The back camera is of 13 MP and takes decent pictures in natural light but suffers heavily indoors or at night. The front facing 5 MP is good for taking selfies but it is good to use it only for video calls as the pictures aren’t all that great.
It comes with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage that can be expanded by 128 GB using memory card. It runs on Android Nougat and has a massive 5000 mAh battery.
GSMArena considers the phone to be sub-par in terms of performance by today’s standards but calls it a beast in terms of battery life.
#6 Lenovo Note K6
As we all know the Note series is still popular among despite the increasing popularity of the Motorola devices by Lenovo. The people who want a long-lasting phone will definitely like K6 Note the flagship of the series in 2016 is now more affordable and comes with a massive battery.
It has the following specs:
Price: The Lenovo K6 Note will set you back by ₹13000.
The Full HD display has great color reproduction along with a wide viewing angle. It comes with a fingerprint sensor at the back and has a fast processor to handle all the multitasking. The accompanying GPU will also let you play most of the games without any compromise. The 16 MP (dual LED, dual tone flash) back camera is excellent for taking pictures at day and offers acceptable pictures in low light. The front facing 5 MP camera is adequate for taking selfies in good light but not useful at night as it doesn’t come with a flash.
The 32 GB internal storage can be expanded by 256 GB via memory card. Unfortunately, you need to use the second sim slot for the memory card as the phone doesn’t come with a dedicated memory card slot. It has a non-removable battery which will easily last a day of heavy usage.
It has been praised by Mysmartprices.com for its battery life and performance but also criticized it for lack of improvements over the previous model in the series. Overall, the phone is a nice option in this budget.
#7 Xiaomi Mi Max Prime
This phone is aptly named Max because it provides everything in the maximum quantity including performance, screen size and the battery of course. The third device from Xiaomi on the list proves how popular this company is in the Indian market. So, without any more delay let us have a look at its specs.
Price: The phone is available for ₹19000 on the homesite.
Phonearena calls the phone a “massive hit from Xiaomi” whether it is a pun or they are actually praising its popularity is not clear as the phone is quite in demand despite its size.
Let me clear that this phone is just massive and will be difficult to carry in the pocket. In terms of performance the phone is good and will handle all the task without running into any problem. It is a perfect travel companion thanks to the big screen and the big battery you will be thoroughly entertained throughout the trip. The camera performance is good in daylight but suffers from noise at night time. It comes with a dual sim option but unfortunately you have to decide whether you need extra storage or an additional sim. So, overall the phone is good and if you travel a lot it is definitely for you.
These are some of the phones with 4000 mah or more battery capacity. These phones will definitely keep you entertained during a long trip and won’t abandon you by giving a “Battery low” message when you will need them. So, if you want a phone with a massive battery this article gives you the best you can get.