I do not have a smartphone >15k INR (because frankly I just don't need one). But I guess my answer still stands because I see people show their smartphones off deliberately as if they would increase their reputation. I see this behavior especially with the iThing users.
Exactly! I was wondering if there are some features missing in - say any android one or xiomi(recently heard the buzz) or Moto G (from prev thread), of course - which is offered by those costlier phones and is used by the owner.
I am not sure if you are mocking my reply, but in my opinion, as far as you are not counting on core GSM features (like 3G/4G etc), all other features (like storage size, processor, RAM, graphics etc) can be thought as extensions. Many people I see choose costlier Android phones only because they could play high-graphics games (apart from showing them off). But that's what the PCs are for.
One more time, this is strictly based on my views and observation. I currently use HTC Touch (yes, it's Windows Mobile 6.1) and HTC Wildfire S (Android 2.3), but since I use my phones ONLY for GSM services (along with some of the apps that I have written for personal use a long time ago), I am more than happy at the moment and have no intentions for buying any costlier phone in near future.
What do you do with your >15K android phone which entry level <10K android doesn't do?
It does everything but with difference.
1. Mine does if faster and your's doesn't (RAM & Processor)
2. Mine is premium and your's plastic
3. Mine has a better screen than your's (1080p vs other display)
4. Mine has Boom Sound (Stereo) and your's not
5. Mine is on 4G and your's not
6. I paid more and you didn't (I like to add this also a point )
7. I can add 128GB more to the memory using the SD Card Slot, where you can't
8. Mine can live more than your's (Battery Size)