From budget to flagship, 2023 was packed with smartphone launches. However, only a handful of them made it to our best phones list.

If you are switching from a feature phone, Redmi A2 is a good option. It runs on Android 13 with Xiaomi promising 2 years of updates.

The Nokia's G42 is another budget phone that looks and feels premium and has a great build quality that inspires durability.

OnePlus' Nord CE 3 Lite is a solid mid-range device that delivers on almost all fronts minus the camera. It has a minimal look that is complemented by a clean Android experience.

Want flagship-like features at half the price? Motorola's Edge 40 might be your best bet. The phone comes with IP68 protection and even supports wireless charging.

If you are into gaming, the Poco F5 is undoubtedly the best performance-oriented mid-range device under Rs 30,000.

Looking for a pocket-friendly and compact flagship? Even after a year after launch, the Galaxy S22 remains a solid phone for those who want an excellent device without spending much.

OnePlus also upped the game with its latest flagship - OnePlus 11. It has a great feel and design and isn't heavy on your pocket.

Apple also did great with the iPhone 15. While the phone does not feature the new chipset, the upgraded camera and Dynamic Island make it one of the best phones of the year.

While Samsung may dominate the foldable segment, OnePlus Open with its great design and excellent camera setup is one of the best foldable phones you can buy right now.


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