Best smartphones for selfies under Rs.10000

If you are planning for the latest and the best smartphones for selfies under Rs10000, we are recommending the best smartphones for selfie 2017. The one thing you should remember that the image quality of any smartphones are totally affected by the low light conditions. So, here only the higher mega pixel resolution doesn’t much matter, all depends on fast processing , wider aperture lens to absorb more light for better and sharp selife and also the fast autofocus system of the smartphone plays an important role during capturing selfies.

 

         1. Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus- Rs. 8499

 

lenovo vibe k5 plusLenovo Vibe K5 Plus is the best seflie smartphone which comes with better seflie performance with a front-facing camera of 5MP with f2.8 aperture and also it features a rear camera of 13MP with OmniVision OV13850 sensor with f2.8 aperture 5 element lenses.

It also sports FullHD display of 5.0” with the resolutions of 1080pixels and comes with scratch-resistant display. It has a RAM of 2GB, internal storage capacity of 16GB, which can be further expanded up to 128GB via microSD card slot.

It is powered by Snapdragon 616 64-bit octa-core processor of 1.5GHz (4x 1.7GHz Cortex-A53 + 4x 1.2GHz Cortex-A53) clubbed with Adreno 405 GPU. The device runs on runs on Android 5.1. It also supports dual-SIM.

Connectivity wise, the device features Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.1, A-GPS, and FM Radio. It also supports Lenovo’s TheaterMax, which splits the screen content into two to give a more impressive experience to the users on viewing through the optional ANT VR headset. It also supports Dolby Atmos and has dual stereo speakers on its rear side. It is powered by a removable battery of 2750mAh.

    2.  Lenovo K6 Power 32GB: – Rs. 9,999

 

lenovo k6 powerThe device Lenovo Vibe K6 Power features a front-facing camera of 8MP for the users to capture selfies and a rear camera of 13MP with LED Flash, PDAF.

It also comes with Full HD IPS display of 5.0-inch with the resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, 3GB RAM with 32GB storage, which can be further expanded via microSD card slot. The Lenovo K6 Power is powered by 1.4GHz Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor and runs on Android 6.0.1. It has Dual- SIM functionality. The device comes with the dimension of 141.9 x 70.3 x 9.3 mm and weighs 145g.

The device includes a rear camera of 13MP with LED Flash, PDAF and a front-facing camera of 8MP.

Connectivity wise, it features Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB OTG, 3G and 4G LTE. Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor, Accelerometer and Ambient light sensor. It has dual-SIM functionality. The Lenovo K6 Power is powered by a massive 4000mAh non- removable battery.

 

3. LYF F1:- Rs.7199

 Lyf F1

Lyf F1 comes with an 8MP front shooter for selfies and a rear camera of 8MP. It also features a 5.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels at 400PPI. The Lyf F1 is powered by 1.21GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor and runs on Android 6.0.1. It has 3GB of RAM, internal storage capacity of 32GB, which can be expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card.

The Lyf F1 is powered by a 3200mAh non removable battery. It has the dimension of 155.50 x 77.60 x 7.90mm and weighs 153.00 grams. Connectivity wise, it features Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB OTG, FM, 3G and 4G and also it includes Compass Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor and Gyroscope.

 

4. Huawei Honor Holly 3:- Rs. 8999

 

huawei honor Holly 3For selfie lovers, the device Huawei Honor Holly 3 features a front-facing camera of 8MP with f/2.0 aperture, 4P lenses, and 1.12um pixel size and also includes a rear camera of 13MP with LED Flash.

Also the device Huawei Honor Holly 3 sports HD IPS display of 5.5” with the resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, 2GB RAM, internal storage capacity of 16GB, which can be further expanded up to 128GB via MicroSD card slot. It is powered by 1.2 GHz octa-core 64-bit processor and runs on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) with EMUI 4.1. It has Dual –SIM functionality.

Connectivity wise, it features 4G LTE, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and also supports 3.5mm audio jack, box speakers. It is powered by 3100mAh battery.

 

5. Micromax Canvas 6:- Rs. 9190

 

micromax canvas 6Micromax Canvas 6 smartphone is well known for capturing selfies as it features an 8 MP front-facing camera for the users and also packs a 13 MP, f/2.0, phase detection autofocus, LED flash.

The Micromax Canvas 6 sports 5.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels at 401 PPI, 3GB of RAM and internal storage capacity of 32GB, which can be further, expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card. It has dual-SIM functionlaity.

The Micromax Canvas 6 is powered by 1.3GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6753 processor and runs on Android 5.1. It is powered by a 3000mAh non removable battery.

Connectivity wise, it features Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB OTG, FM, 3G and 4G. It also includes Compass Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer and Ambient light sensor.

Hence, these are the five best smartphones for selfies under Rs.10000, you can choose according to your budget.

 

Rules related to ballot selife in some states

We have the list of countries where taking a selfie with the ballot may put the selfie lover in jail or to pay a fine.
The Associated Press collected the data and tired to know the laws related to taking selife in the voting booth. In 21 US states (and Washington, DC), it is perfectly legal to take a photo with a ballot. But in 16 other states, taking selfie in voting booth will put behind the bars or the culprit has to pay fine.
Since Ballot selfies is a heated topic of debate. Some supports that Ballot selfies are “good for democracy” and are protected under free speech. But Studies have shown that Facebook users are more inclined to vote after seeing their friends post about voting on social media.
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As a result, America is divided on the ballot selfie. So has a look on different states and the laws related to ballot selfie:-

States where ballot selfies are legal:-

  • Connecticut: No law bans ballot selfies
  • District of Columbia: No law bans ballot selfies
  • Hawaii: Voters allowed to share digital images of their ballots
  • Idaho: No law bans ballot selfies
  • Indiana: A law prohibiting ballot selfies was turned down last year
  • Kentucky: No law bans ballot selfies
  • Louisiana: No law bans ballot selfies (but several legislators are “not fond” of them)
  • Maine: No law against voters taking photos of their ballots
  • Massachusetts: Law banning photographs overturned last year
  • Michigan: Ban on ballot selfies lifted 10/24/2016
  • Minnesota: Photos allowed but can’t be shown to other voters at polling station
  • Montana: No law bans ballot selfies
  • Nebraska: A bill passed this year ended a $100 fine for taking a photo
  • New Hampshire: A bill attempting to ban ballot selfies was rejected in court
  • North Dakota: Photos inside polling places are allowed
  • Oregon: No law bans mail-in ballot selfies
  • Rhode Island: New law allows selfies inside polling places
  • Utah: Ballot selfies are legal — but photographing others’ ballots is illegal
  • Vermont: No law bans ballot selfies
  • Virginia: Attorney general says ballot selfies are legal
  • Washington: No law bans ballot selfies (but legislators are not fond of them)
  • Wyoming: No laws bans ballot selfies

States where ballot selfie legality is unclear:-

  • Arizona: Photography banned within 75 feet of polling places, but early ballots can be shared on social media
  • Arkansas: State law on sharing voter choices is ambiguous
  • California: Law banning people from displaying their marked ballots will be repealed after the November election; current law is not strictly enforced
  • Delaware: No cellphones allowed in the voting booth, but not strictly enforced
  • Iowa: No phones allowed in the voting booth; photos of absentee ballots are okay
  • Maryland: Electronic devices banned in polling place; photos of mailed ballots okay
  • Missouri: Voters prohibited from showing ballots to others; selfies are a “gray area”
  • Ohio: Voters prohibited from showing others how they voted; selfies are unclear
  • Oklahoma: 40-year-old state law suggests photos are illegal but result in no penalty
  • Pennsylvania: Voters prohibited from showing others how they’re “about to vote”
  • Tennessee: Voters prohibited from taking photos in polling places; photos of mail-in ballots are legally ambiguous
  • Texas: Photography banned within 100 feet of polling places; taking a photo of a mail-in ballot is allowed under law
  • West Virginia: Electronic devices outlawed inside voting booths; taking a photo of a mail-in ballot is not regulated under law

States where ballot selfies are illegal:-

  • Alabama: Absolutely no photos of ballots are allowed; voters have “a right to cast a ballot in secrecy and in private”
  • Alaska: State law prohibits voters from showing marked ballots
  • Colorado: Ballot selfies are a misdemeanor
  • Florida: Photographs, either in a polling place or of a mail-in ballot, are banned
  • Georgia: No photos of ballots (or voting screens) are allowed
  • Illinois: Showing your marked ballot to another voter is a felony that can earn you one to three years in prison
  • Kansas: Ballot selfies are illegal, but not punishable
  • Mississippi: Showing your marked ballot to another voter is illegal
  • Nevada: Photographs, either in a polling place or of a mail-in ballot, are banned
  • New Jersey: Showing your marked ballot to another voter is illegal
  • New Mexico: Showing your marked ballot to another voter is illegal
  • New York: Showing your marked ballot to another voter is illegal
  • North Carolina: Photographing a marked ballot is illegal
  • South Carolina: Photographing a marked ballot is illegal
  • South Dakota: Illegal due to fear of voter coercion
  • Wisconsin: Showing your marked ballot to another voter is illegal under state law

 

Note: This post has been updated to reflect recent changes in legislation, as of 10/25/2016.

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Selfie-craze made the student to crash police car

A 19-year-old Miranda Kay Rader who is a student of Texas A&M University was arrested because she crashed into a patrol car after taking a topless selfie while driving. After that she was released on a $2,000 bond.
captureAccording to the  the Bryan, Texas police officer whose car was hit by her reported as , “The white female driver with an unclasped brasserie, was attempting to put a black blouse on,” the Bryan, Texas police officer whose car she hit Wednesday wrote in his report. “I also observed an open, green-tinted glass bottle of wine in the center console cupholder. I [asked] her why she was not dressed while driving and she stated that she was taking a Snapchat photo to send to her boyfriend while she was at the red light.”
“Don’t Drink and Drive! Don’t #snapchat photos to your boyfriend and drive!” the Bryan Police Deptartment wrote on Twitter.
So it is not better to take selfie during driving while intoxicated.

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Latest sefie Trend- Handless Selfie

image1Now a new trend of taking selfie has just started named as “Handless Selfie Trend”. In such type of trend, the users have no need to use their hands they have to hit the shutter button and immediately throw the smartphone in the air and at the time of hanging the phone in mid-air only clapping gives a hands free selfie.
image3This can also be perfectly done with more creativity in front of mirror to get a hands free, mirror selfie but with hazy image. Such type of trend definitely raises high risk of damage due to falling of smartphone on the ground. So you have to take precaution to avoid it by either putting a cushion on the ground or put your smartphone in protective case.
image4Since this a new trend of taking selfie will definitely liked by the selfie lovers. I hope so!

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Samsung Galaxy S8 will be the world’s first smartphone with optical fingerprint recognition

samsungThere is expectation that Samsung will announce its latest flagship device Samsung Galaxy S8 with “full-screen” display and it will be curved on the top and bottom edges as well. There is also information that it will be the world’s first smartphone to feature optical fingerprint recognition technology. Such technology will replace the fingerprint scanner placed below the home button. For your information, an optical fingerprint scanner works when the finger is placed on a glass plate, or in a smartphone’s case, on the glass display. If we believe on all these then, it will be the first smartphone to feature optical fingerprint recognition, which will make it more accurate as well as faster than ultrasonic fingerprint recognition.

According to leaked details on Weibo, the Galaxy S8 will feature a 5.5-inch 4K (2160×3840 pixels) Super AMLOED display with pixel density of 806ppi, 6GB RAM and it will be powered by the own-home made Exynos 8895 SoC chipset. Galaxy S8 will come with 16-megapixel and 8-megapixel dual-rear camera setup. The camera on the Galaxy S8 is believed to click decent images in low-light. It will come with bezel-less design. It will be announced in February, 2017.

 

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