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QHD Display Powered Top 5 Cheapest Smartphone

Most of us certainly love to enjoy the luxury features within the budget. In such a way, we are here to discuss about the list of Smartphones with the QHD Display at the affordable rates in the industry. Make the most of the following affordable and cheapest QHD display mobiles for sure.

LG G3 Smartphone:
QHD Display Powered Top 5 Cheapest Smartphone
QHD Display Powered Top 5 Cheapest Smartphone
This is the topper with the list of Cheapest QHD display enabled device in the market. Yes, the cost of this device is featured about Rs.24990/- in India. Though this mobile is a year old flagship device from the maker, it’s still has the power of holding even now. The mobile has 5.5 inch QHD resolution display, whilst the processor is enabled with the 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 CPU. The internal memory of this device is 32GB, whilst the expandable storage offers 128GB (that’s flagship). The camera section has 13MP rear camera, while the front camera is enabled with 2.1 MP.

Yu Yutopia:

While coming to the cost of this device, it is very similar to the LG G3, yes, the Yu Yutopia mobile is also cost Rs.24999/-. Interestingly, this Smartphone is launched in the fanfare event in December 2015. It runs on the Cyanogen operating system version 12.1 indeed. Here, the resolution of the device is about 1400*2560 pixels. You can enjoy the fingerprint sensor enabled with the device. The 2GHz Octa Core processor along with the 4GB RAM will make the system seriously impressive in the top midrange segment.

Oppo Find 7:

Oppo is one among the promising Chinese Smartphone maker for the cutting edge technology enabled devices. We have an Oppo Find 7 Smartphone in the cheapest QHD display powered Smartphones, with the 5.5 inch IPS QHD display touch screen. Here, you can enjoy other promising features like 3GB RAM, Snapdragon 801 CPU, Android based Color OS. The 13MP rear camera with the Sony Exmor BSI Sensor followed by 5MP Selfie shooter will give you enough room to enjoy your needs with the camera at its best.

HTC One ME:
QHD Display Powered Top 5 Cheapest Smartphone
QHD Display Powered Top 5 Cheapest Smartphone
Cost wise the HTC One ME is slightly higher than the other discussed cheapest QHD display mobiles, i.e. Rs. 29525. This mobile has 5.2 inch IPS display with the QHD resolution of 2560*1440 indeed. It runs on the Android Lollipop OS version 5.1 and customized with the HTC Sense UI. It has the premium MediaTek Helix X10 CPU. This mobile has 3GB RAM & 32GB internal memory followed by 128GB expandable storage for your needs. The 2840mAh battery helps you in getting the decent way of handling the mobile in terms of power for a longer period.

Motorola Nexus 6:


This Motorola Nexus 6 is the most impressive Smartphone as we discussed with the cheapest QHD resolution display mobiles so far. It has the power of receiving the latest updates from the Android stuff at its best ahead of others. It also have 5.96inch QHD AMOLED display with the ~493ppi. 

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