Mobile Phones: How To Make Solid Options?
There are almost 1,300+ cellphone brands in the market. The question is how do you choose your mobile phone?
Samsung alone does an incredible job in producing high-end smartphones. Apple does a good job also in innovating new interesting features, products and technologies. There are a lot of battle between mobile phones and every time there are new brands that came up in the market, you will definitely have a lot of options to choose from.
So here is an easy way to make a decision, how to make solid options in buying mobile phones?
1. What do you need?
Determine what do you need and not what you want. If you need a daily companion for your work, look for smartphones that will definitely fit your lifestyle - extend your work right in your palm, doing office presentations, technical writeup, regularly checking your email and so many more. Samsung line of Note family maybe the best option for you. Samsung Galaxy Note III is such a hit in the market, boasting 10 million sales in just 2 months for its incredible features that will be a good one for your work.
Samsung Galaxy S5 is also another option, why? Equipped with Android 4.4 Kitkat operating system, microUSB v.3.0 that allows faster transfer of files, Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, fingerprint sensor, IP67 certified, dust and water resistant, Corning Gorilla Glass 3, 2GB RAM and a 2.5 GHz Quad-core Krait 400 processor. You will definitely love this gadget. To look for its price, check out Samsung Galaxy S5 price in Singapore and in other parts of Asia.
2. Choose an operating system
Android maybe the hottest operating system today, with so many developers are in support to build quality software, however, there are a lot of OS that you can choose from in your mobile phone.
Android. It is an open source operating system developed by Google that runs majority of the mobile phones nowadays. It has a wide variety of apps available in Google Play, a store for Google services.
BlackBerry OS. A proprietary operating system developed by BlackBerry. It is made especially made for input devices and multi-tasking. It particularly uses trackwheel, trackball, and trackpadand. Today, BlackBerry also entered the battle between iOS and Android whereby adopting the touchscreen technology.
iOS. iPhone is the only smartphone that runs iOS. It is made especially by Apple for its iPhone family of mobile phones. It has a very clean interface and a good service like iTunes.
Windows Phone. Windows Phone is a mobile operating system developed by Microsoft that employs a new interface. It basically incorporates grid of shortcuts for its applications and it also uses Live tiles which is a half app icon and a widget. Everything you need in your mobile phone can be found in your homepage for easy navigation. Today, Nokia smartphone from their tie-up with Microsoft uses this mobile operating system.
3. Hardware and Software specs
Hardware and Software specs is definitely a must. You need to do your own research when it comes to buying a smartphone that has features that you want. When it comes to hardware, always check the corresponding processor and RAM of the phone. Apple has a remarkably powerful specification when it comes to hardware. Boasting its iPhone 5S with an A7 chip with 64-bit architecture and an M7 motion coprocessor that is a relatively a supercomputer in your hands. Samsung also won’t leave the battle as they boast also with their latest Samsung Galaxy S5 with a 2.5 GHz Quad-core and a Snapdragon 801 chipset. For the full technical specification of S5 in Asia do check out Samsung Galaxy S5 Singapore for its availability and price.
Software bundled with the phone should also be checked. Cool apps in Apple Store like Siri in iPhone and a dozen of free apps for Android users is one of the interesting features you need to know. Other hardware stuff like a good camera, screen size and display, a choice between Super AMOLED or LED/LCD and a nice battery life for your mobile phone are all features that will complete a mobile phone package.