7 Things You Should Know Before Buying Your Next Android Phone
The truth remains that your choice of Android phone is dependent on the depth of your purse. There will always be low ends and high ends android smartphones but what you use depends on the price you can afford. Android as a mobile OS is taking the lead, overtaking the almighty Blackberry.
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Many people are interested in buying android phones but are confused on which brands and models to buy because new models of Tecno, Gionee, Inifinix, Innjoo and HTC phones are launched on a frequent basis.
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==> Price: How much can you afford to buy this phone? Are you looking at buying phones just above 10k, below 20k or below 30k? In the world of Android, there would always be good phones whose specs would meet your budget.
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==> Functions: Why do you need the phone? What do you want to use the phone for majorly? Are you interested in just music, a selfie type or a gaming addict? Whatever category you fall into, you will always see devices that have what you are looking for. While a game fan considers the phone's processor speed, screen size, Ram and battery capacity - 5.0inches screen, 3,000mah battery capacity, an android user who is into pictures would be much more concerned with the camera pixel.
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==> Brand: Some brands of android phones have been tested and trusted over time. Always go for brands of android smartphones with OS versions that have easy access to new updates like Lollipop and AndroidM. Though there are many phones in the market right now, so many strange names that can't be vouched for, always stick to brands that have been recommended for durability.
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==> RAM Features: For an average user, a RAM capacity of 1GB and 8GB of internal memory (with external memory slot) is considered satisfactory.
==> Processor Speed: MTK is recommended for android users who are interested in tweaking their device while an average user who just want to enjoy a good phone can go for Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
==> Battery Capacity: The strength of a battery cannot be negotiable when it comes to having a good experience with the phone. If that android phone you are checking to buy has anything less than 2500mAh capacity, just drop it.
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