New Delhi: If you wonder how much a Rs 13,999 smartphone would get you, then the answer is “a surprising amount.” Moto G offers a great build, features and software along with an affordable price tag that makes it really special. It has commendable performance, a comfortable design, and a clean and intuitive user interface, making you almost forget that it's a budget phone. If you take into consideration an excellent display, versatile camera and a good battery life, then it makes it an all-round budget smartphone. Though camera and storage are always there to remind you of its slab, otherwise it's a rare feat for an entry-level smartphone.
On the other hand, for Rs 8,599, Nokia X, is another good buy. The first three phones in the family - the Nokia X, X+ and XL - run on the new Nokia X software platform, that is based on Google's Android. These phones are not pure Android phones, rather run a forked variant of Android, similar to the way Amazon does for its Kindle Fire lineup.
Read on to find out who offers what in this battle of budget smartphones: