Android is the most popular mobile OS these days and users are very happy with it. The only problem it faces is lack of fluidity in its UI or in simple words it has problem of UI lag. Now this problem can be dealt with high-end powerful processor which are available in the flagship device, but then what will happen to the low-end devices wherein you cannot find the Snapdragon 800 Quad Core processor.

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The answer is pretty simple to this which is huge UI lag issues and most of the users would have experienced it also. Even though you Micromax, Karbonn and Lava use Mediatek Quad Core processors which are much better than what Samsung has to offer in their products under the same price segment but still UI Lag is a big issue in Android and after sometime, it starts killing your device.

Now, the very obvious question you will have in your mind is then what will be the best smartphone in the low-price segment (below Rs. 18,000). As per our opinion, the answer will be a Windows Phone OS based smartphone. Now there are 2 usual problems related to Windows Smartphones, which users usually complain about.

First one, is the design of Nokia Lumia, most of the users prefer to have a curved body shaped smartphone rather than having a square device. This is the problem which we have actually received from most of our readers. Secondly, the number of applications are less for the users. Now taking on the second problem I would say that Windows already has all the important and famous applications and if you are not a geek then they are usual applications which are used over all the other smartphones.

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So, don’t go by the generic statement because all the applications which you will be using are there on the Windows smartphone. The best part about Windows OS is that they do not need a powerful processor to run smoothly and believe me that it will not lag even after 2 years.

This is the primary reason of recommending the readers a Windows smartphone when they choose a smartphone below the price make of Rs. 18,000. Moreover, where the UI of Android and iOS are almost the same, Windows OS will come as a news experience to you and you will surely enjoy it. Please, let us know your opinion about it.

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Abhinav Singh, a software engineer who is very much interested in social engineering. He is responsible to manage all the social media profiles of Gadgets To Use. He also has a hobby of tracking new apps and gadgets and to share them with our readers as well.