2017 wasn’t a disappointing year for those enthusiastic about smartphones. Quite a few phones got launched and we also saw the rise of brands like Oppo, Vivo and Gionee. It’s hard to see anyone using a feature phone these days, and a lot of people think that we need to stop being so addicted to our smartphones. Well, you can’t blame the makers because they are providing such good entertainment so easily. So whether it is to get through a train journey, or simply to avoid looking people in the eye in an elevator – smartphones come in handy. We can’t imagine a world without them now. 

So without further ado, let’s take a look at the phones that we think you should put your money on. 

Apple iPhone X

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4wEI5zhHB0

Well, iPhone X doesn’t give you just a host of great features and a sleek design, it gives you bragging rights as well. Special mention to its face recognition unlocking system, which is pretty neat. 

Rs 89,000

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKYjdTiMkXM

After last year’s debacle (its battery could explode and it was banned on flights), you would think that Samsung would give up on Galaxy Note. Thankfully, they didn’t, and have come back strongly with a phone that has a 6.3 inch display and dual 12 MP rear cameras for some breathtaking photography. 

Rs 67,900

Oppo F3 Plus

If you’re into selfies, then Oppo F3 Plus is your go to phone. It has a 16 MP front camera, which is rare to find in other phones. Otherwise too, it’s a nice phone and with a superb battery life. 

Rs 24,990

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

If you’re the type who uses a smartphone simply for browsing and interacting on WhatsApp, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 will fit your bill perfectly. It’s USP is its awesome battery life and a big 5.5 inch screen. 

Rs 9,999

Motorola Moto C

If you’re the exact opposite of spendthrift, or need to buy a first phone for your 14-year-old, then Motorola Moto C is a good option. Because it doesn’t cost much, and allows you to do basic things smoothly. 

Rs 5,499