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Low budgeted mobile phones are new gifting trend this festive season!

Updated: Oct 21, 2016 12:19 IST

New Delhi [India], Oct. 21 (ANI): With Diwali knocking the door, search for the perfect gift for friends or family is the most important thing in our mind.

Gifting sweets, chocolates, blankets etc are all passe and smart gifting is the new buzzword.

Apparently, gadgets are the most desired gift which appeals across all age groups, but again price plays a key concern in this regard.

So, Sanjeev Bhatia, the co-founder of Onlymobiles.com have come up with some phones which might please the buyers and their pocket.

"Just don't think about the bigger budgets and please your families, friends, boss with their favourite mobile. Pick up the best from below most gift- worthy options in a hassle free manner and pocket friendly prices," he said.

LeEco Le 2 64GB- People particularly liking the higher internal storage - at price point of ? 13999 - this model is one of the top seller in 10k to 15k price bracket.

Oppo F1s- One of the fastest selling device among selfie enthusiast segment. Great camera & very reliable quality.

Vivo V3 Max- Riding on the bandwagon of Ranveer Singh as a brand ambassador - excellent value for money with 4GB RAM + Finger print sensor and the driving factor is additional 1 year warranty ( total two years warranty).

Gionee S6s- For those who are looking at slightly bigger screen than regular 5-inchers. Huge marketing campaign and display screen flash have helped to garner more sales.

LYF Water 11- The main driving factors are - 1 year additional warranty (total 2 years) + jio preview offer - one of the cheapest 4G phone with 3GB RAM - good combination and good camera.

According to Bhatia, people now have started preferring better camera and "one notable factor is awareness about warranty and service centre availability. LeEco scored highest because they have got huge service network compared to Xiaomi. Lenovo took the beating because of bad reputation in services." (ANI)