At a time when most buyers place high performance as their top priority while looking for a smartphone, battery usage usually takes a backseat. However, this doesn’t always have to be the case. Most modern smartphones come with fast-charging and large battery units that can easily last a day. In this article, we take a look a the top 10 smartphones under Rs 50,000 with a large battery and super-fast charging support. So, if constantly needing to charge your phone is one of your biggest pet peeves, you may want to look into the smartphones mentioned in this list.
Read Also: Mid-year: Best smartphones seen so far in 2022
Price: Rs 46,999
The OnePlus 10T comes with a gigantic 160W super fast charger that can provide up to 150W of wired charging. The OnePlus 10T is definitely heads and shoulders above any other smartphone when it comes to super-fast charging speed. It takes just over 20 minutes to fully charge the 4,800-mAh dual cell battery with the turbocharger, and if you are in a hurry 3 minutes of charge will take it from a 1% to 15% charge. The battery lasts an entire day if you’re carrying out heavy tasks and have an above-average screen time. Even with extended periods of gaming, the battery puts a shift in and provides a day’s worth of juice. More moderate use can extend the backup further and you’ll still have some charge left going into the next day.
Price: Rs 49,999
The newly launched iQOO 9T comes with a 120W fast charger that can fully charge the smartphone in 25 minutes. The 4,700mAh easily lasts an entire with an additional 20-30% to spare. The iQOO 9T also comes with a ‘Monster Mode’ designed for gamers, which bumps up the performance levels resulting in faster battery drainage. Even with 3-4 hours of gaming, the battery is just enough to last the day and anything beyond that will require plugging in the charger before the day runs out. If you’re not interested in gaming and tend to use your smartphone conservatively, the iQOO 9T will amaze you with its battery backup.
Asus ROG Phone 5s
Price: Rs 49,999
It is no surprise that one of the better gaming smartphones under Rs 50,000 has made it to this list. The Asus ROG Phone 5s comes with not one, but two 3000 mAh (6000 mAh in total) batteries inside. The smartphone also offers 67W charging support, with an additional side-mounted charging port for when you want to charge your phone while gaming. After nominal use, you get over 22 hours of battery life from it. But if you game a lot, you will get between 5-7 hours of continuous gaming.
Oppo Reno8 Pro
Price: Rs 45,555
The Oppo Reno8 Pro is powered by a 4,500mAh battery and comes with an 80W charger in the box. The smartphone offers SuperVOOC fast charging, taking under 45 minutes to charge from 1-100%. If you’re in a hurry and need a quick charge before you head out, the Reno8 Pro can boost up to 50% in just about 15 minutes. Oppo claims that the battery will only diminish to 80% capacity after 1600 cycles (4 years of use), which is pretty impressive. When it comes to battery life, the Reno8 can easily last a day of above-average usage which includes binge-watching video content, moderate gaming, and regular camera use. Definitely one of the best battery performances for a smartphone under Rs 50,000.
Xiaomi Mi 10T
Price: Rs 35,999
Xiaomi Mi 10T has one of the most versatile batteries in its segment, especially when you count the 144Hz display refresh rate. The 5,000mAh battery is capable of lasting for more than a day even with up to 9 hours of screen time. If you’re planning a weekend trip and forgot your charger, the Mi 10T can survive almost 2 days if you bring down the refresh rate. The 33W charger that comes in the box can fully charge the smartphone in under an hour, which isn’t the quickest charging speed, but definitely competitive with other smartphones in this price category. The Mi 10T uses the Middle Tab architecture, which means the centre of the battery receives the influx of charge and then fills up along the rest of the surface. This smartphone is great shout for one of the best battery and fast charging performances under Rs 50,000.
Vivo V25 Pro
Price: Rs 35,999
While Vivo V25 Pro garnered all the praise for its camera unit and the colour-changing back panel, its efficient battery went under the radar. Equipped with a 4,830mAh battery, the Vivo V25 Pro can easily last a day on regular use. This includes watching YouTube, constant browsing, using Bluetooth accessories, and even light gaming. The 66W fast charger comes with the smartphone and can fully charge it in under 50 minutes. This battery performance paired with the unique design and a sharp camera unit makes the Vivo V25 Pro one of the better phones you can buy at Rs 35,999.
OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite
Price: Rs 18,999
The OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite is packed with a 5,000mAh battery and comes with a 33W fast charger in the box. The battery performance on the CE 2 Lite is remarkable for a camera priced under Rs 20,000. With moderate to heavy usage (gaming, internet usage, watching videos), the battery lasts for an entire day, but you will definitely need to plug it in for the next day. However, if you’re more conservative with your smartphone usage and only have up to 3 hours of screen time a day, the OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite is capable of lasting for almost two days. The 33W fast charger replenishes 50% of the battery in 30 minutes, a notable feat for any smartphone in this segment.
Price: Rs 41,999
The Samsung A73 does not come with a charger in the box, nor does it offer a charging speed as fast as the other phones on this list. But, the A73 deserves its spot solely because of its tremendous battery life. While it may take almost 2 hours to fully charge, the Samsung A73 does not drain quickly once it’s at 100%. Even with heavy usage, the A73 can easily last a day with a considerable amount of battery left, which is more than necessary to go for half a day more. With more restrained use and lowering the refresh rate to 60Hz, the smartphone can easily last 2 days. For those who travel short distances frequently and don’t always want to carry around a charger with them, the Samsung A73 is an excellent choice.
Poco X4 Pro
Price: Rs 19,079
Poco has consistently put out high-performance smartphones at competitive price points, and the Poco X4 Pro is no different. You’ll be hard-pressed to find smartphones under Rs 20,000 that match the battery performance of Poco X4. This smartphone is equipped with a 5,000mAh battery and comes with a 67W fast charger. Not many smartphones in this category can boast of that. Since Poco X4 Pro also caters to the gaming audience, its battery has been built to withstand heavy use and can easily last more than a day if you’re a casual user. If you don’t mind charging your phone at the end of the day, you can use the X4 Pro at a 120Hz refresh rate without needing to worry about the battery drain. If you want your phone to last up to 2 days, you may want to consider bringing the refresh rate down. On top of that, the 67W charger can boost the battery up to 60% in 15 minutes and fully charge it in about 40 minutes. You won’t get better performance at this price.
Vivo T1 Pro 5G
Price: Rs 23,999
Closing out the list is the Vivo T1 Pro 5G. With the T1 Pro, you get a phone that matches the performance of smartphones in a category above it. This also includes its 4,700mAh battery which definitely puts a shift in and carries the performance to another level. The Vivo T1 Pro gets fully charged in under an hour, thanks to the 66W fast charger. The phone itself can typically last an entire day, even with heavy use that includes gaming, shooting videos, using Bluetooth accessories, and browsing social media. If you carry out most of your work on your smartphone and want it to offer at least 20-30% remaining charge at the end of the day, you may want to look into the Vivo T1 Pro.
Read Also: Best Smartphones under Rs 15000 available in India
These are our picks for the best smartphones under Rs 50,000 with the largest battery and super-fast charging support. If there are any smartphones that you think we missed out on, let us know in the comment section!
For the latest gadget and tech news, and gadget reviews, follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. For newest tech & gadget videos subscribe to our YouTube Channel. You can also stay up to date using the Gadget Bridge Android App. You can find the latest car and bike news here