Buying a Smartphone –factors to consider

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A Smartphone is a type of mobile which is built on a mobile operating system and has more advanced computing abilities and connectivity than an ordinary feature phone. It includes a web browser, Wi-Fi to access data, GPS system, keyboard and a camera, has a larger screen with better resolution making reading documents, searching the web and viewing images a lot easier. Along with this it has more storage as well.

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There are many options available while buying a smart phone such as Apple’s iOS, Nokia’s Symbian, Google’s Android, Samsung’s Bada, RIM’s Blackberry OS, and Microsoft’s Windows Phone. With so many options it gets tricky to choose the right one. Here are some things that you should consider while buying a smart phone.

Things to consider while buying a smart phone:

    1. Operating System:

    As mentioned above there are many options you can choose from but the most popular amongst all is Google’s Android. Other than that iOS from Apple, Windows Phone from Microsoft and RIM’s Blackberry are also considered equally good. However Android is dominating the market so far.
    So the first thing you need to do before buying a smart phone is that you need to choose out of all these which one you want to go for.

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    2. Design

    This includes the type of keyboard, the size of the screen and the size of the mobile. Some smart phones have keyboards that have actual buttons while some use touch screen keyboards. Even though some people are more comfortable while using buttons, most people prefer the touch screen technology. Also nowadays most people prefer getting a larger screen of about 3.5 to 5 inches. The resolution also has to be kept into account. Nowadays most phones have HD resolutions of about 1280 x 720 pixels.

    3. Processor:

    This is the heart of any smart phone and the performance of the mobile depends upon it, therefore it is very important to have a strong and fast processor in your smart phone. Most smart phones these days have a clock speed of 1.2 Ghz while some phones are powered by processors that are used in desktop computers.

    4. Battery Life:

    Due to the high speed connections like 3G and 4G battery can be drained very quickly however battery life is improved in the latest smart phones to ensure longer talk time and stand by time.

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