When I think of the best price in India, it’s usually for the most popular smartphone, and then only when I am buying a device that isn’t a flagship smartphone.
In a sense, a smartphone is a mid-range smartphone, as the best smartphone for a good price usually has a lower price tag than a flagship.
The other day I was browsing through the latest smartphone listings on Flipkart, and I was impressed to see that the top smartphone prices were not for flagship phones, but for mid-priced devices, like the Flipkarts P20, P30, and P40.
I was really surprised to see this, as I had thought that the mid-tier smartphones would be the best ones for buying a smartphone, but I was wrong.
The cheapest smartphone on Flipks is the P20.
The price tag on this is Rs 2,499, which is the cheapest smartphone in India.
The P20 has an impressive camera, a good camera lens, and the camera app is great.
However, the Flipks P20 does not have a good fingerprint sensor.
The camera is decent, but it has the worst fingerprint sensor I have seen in any smartphone, so the fingerprint sensor is very weak.
The fingerprint sensor has a tiny gap between the sensor and the edge of the phone, which gives a small amount of pressure to the sensor when it is pressed down, which can cause damage.
I would suggest that you not buy a Flipkess P20 if you are looking for a high-end smartphone, because the fingerprint scanner is the worst part of the device, and it is the only thing that can cause problems.
The Flipkends P20 is a good smartphone, especially if you have a decent camera, but the fingerprint issue is the main reason why you should avoid this smartphone.
Flipkicks cheapest flagship smartphone, the P30 comes in at Rs 2.499, but this is still cheaper than the Flipkus P20’s.
The smartphone comes with an excellent camera, and comes with a fast processor.
The best thing about the Flipkatas P30 is the camera.
I am not sure if Flipkataks camera is the best in the world, but when I see this smartphone, I am impressed.
The Flipkashas P40 comes in with a better camera than the P50, and has a fast Snapdragon 801 processor.
I have been very impressed with the camera of Flipkatzas P 40, especially the selfie camera.
However it comes with the issue that the camera does not perform as well as other smartphones, and you can not take selfies in landscape mode.
The selfie camera has a huge pixel size, and can be hard to take selfies with.
The Pixel XL is also a good option for selfie selfies, and is priced at Rs 6,999.
The only downside of the FlipKashas is the battery life.
Flipkatans battery life is not that great, and only lasts for about three days.
I do not expect Flipkat’s P40 to be a good device for long-term use, but if you need a smartphone that is not a flagship and you are willing to pay less than Rs 3,999 for the Flipkkas P20 then it is a great choice.
Read more about Flipkandas P50 and Flipkatis P40 on Flipkinies website