Skip to content

How to buy a phone with a review and comparison with existing phones

8 smart steps to choose the right phone

There are many reasons why your smartphone is an essential part of your life that you cannot do without, it gives you the ability to always see your latest emails, updates, and notifications from Facebook and other social applications, make calls, play various games and other daily actions related to your work or even Your personal life So it may be considered as the most important device in your life. Thus, the step of buying a phone is not easy or simple, especially during this time, in which smartphones have spread in abundance and have varied and differed in their specifications, characteristics, components, and thus their functions. So if you are thinking about buying a new phone and feel confused about doing so, we will provide you with this guide, which contains some useful steps and tips that will help you through this task and provide you with all the information you need to know before buying.
1- iOS is the easiest to use, and Android will give you more options: If you feel confused and confused between the two operating systems Android and iOS, you can choose the last system of the American company Apple and buy an iPhone if you want something easy to use and want to get the most important applications and the latest updates out. If you are looking for a wider choice of affordable phones, then you should go for a phone based on the Android operating system.
2- Don’t pay more for things you don’t need: Specify your needs in the phone precisely, the more functions and features the phone has, the more it will cost, so don’t pay your money for features and functions you need.
3- Get the right screen size: The size of the smartphone screen, whether it is large or small, is very important and depends on the quality of your use of the phone itself. If you want to use the phone to watch videos or play games, then you must get a phone with a large screen.
4- Screen color quality and brightness are more important: It’s great to have a 4K screen but we can’t deny that it’s kind of an exaggeration. So don’t pay too much attention to screen quality and overlook more important elements of the screen such as color clarity (AMOLED screen is better than LCD screens) and brightness which will enable you to see the phone well during outdoor use.
5- Ignore the megapixels of the camera: Besides the power of the battery, the camera came to join the list of the most important components of the phone, so you should pay attention to details such as the aperture of the lens (the lower the numbers, the better), and whether it is a double or single lens while ignoring the megapixels accuracy There are more important elements.
6- The processor does not matter like before: phones of the middle segment are now offering good enough performance. But if you want phones that enable you to play powerful games or virtual reality games, you can buy an Android phone equipped with a Snapdragon 821 processor or the latest processor from this series, which is the Snapdragon 835. By the way, you will find that the A10 processor found in the
iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus phones is very fast.
7- Do not buy a phone with a battery of less than 3000 mAh,
8- Do not give up an internal storage space of fewer than 32 GB: For example, iPhone phones that come with an internal storage capacity of 16 GB have caused many people to be dissatisfied because of the very little space, so the least suitable space for phones these days is the ones that have storage space 32 GB, but if you want more space, you can get a phone with a space of 64 GB or more, or buy a phone that can be expanded with a microSD memory card.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: