Everything meant to get your first smartphone? Thanks to the new handsets that began unbelievably on a regular basis by different mobile phone companies, you will have plenty of options to choose from. However, advanced smartphones are not exactly dirt-cheap and you have to inquire about all the basic features in the model before you decide to buy it. Here are some of the smartphone features that you should be especially careful about:
- Storage – Over time, you could download a lot of games, applications, and other software on your phone – and the latter need to have ample memory capacity to support them. It depends on your needs, either with a standard 16 GB or 32 GB handset. It is desirable to choose one that offers a chronic minority. The phone you choose should also allow you to store data on the cloud.
- Internet Access – One of the main reasons why anyone switches to smartphones is quick and interrupting the free Wi-Fi coverage they offer. With the web support integrated with contemporary Blackberry, Android and iPhone app development is very advanced, you should be able to connect to a wireless network in a matter of seconds. Do not choose a handset since the mobile network was the only option to log in to the network.
- Speed - There are no two ways to do that – the smartphone is considered to have a very high speed of processor. Ask the merchant whether the speed of the operation that you selected the model might be affected if you run multiple applications at the same time. Smartphones that enjoy maximum popularity usually support tab tabs, with no clue to slowing down anything.
- Camera – Oh, yes, your old handset probably also had a camera device – but on a smartphone, you can expect the lens to be of much better quality. Check the number of megapixels (MP) camera in the phone you are going to buy – and take a few test screws to see if they come out clearly or not. The phone should also have effective video recording.
- Connectivity to a PC and other handsfree devices – For seamless sharing of images, games, mobile applications and documents – a new smartphone should have a high quality Bluetooth and infrared connection. Ask how you can synchronize data on your mobile device with the desktop / laptop and other handsets. If you're on a Windows phone or Android set, make it a point to inquire about available features in close contact.
- 3G Support – Almost every mobile application development company has at least some applications that require fast 3G connection, to function properly. Even if you just want to be casual on your phone's browser and would not really need 3G – there's no harm in choosing a phone that supports technology. Mobile operators offer 3G plans at very competitive prices – and the day is probably not too far when you need 3G coverage for all phone functions!
- Responsible battery life – We used the adjective & nbsp; appropriate & # 39; – almost all smartphones offer battery backup of two days or more. However, you should be wary of those phones that will be completely discharged from the battery within a few hours, if you are running a smartphone application or playing games on it. Charging need not be necessary more than once a day, at least.
- Compatibility with all types of applications – This depends on the types of software development of the phone's platform that you have reset to subsidize. From game consoles and financial applications to business-related applications (like Evernote and Documents To Go) – the smartphone you choose should have system requirements to support all of them. Of course, you also need to find out what the applications are considered unfit for the type of handset you buy.
- Screen Quality – With all jazz on the latest applications released by all BlackBerry and iPhone application development companies, many tend to overlook basic phone features – its screen display features. Choose a phone that offers a crystalline, colorful display. There should be no blurred effect around the edges. Messaging / mail fonts should be easy to correct – even for people with a minor perspective.
- GPS Navigation – Built-in smartphone GPS systems can even help you navigate easily to places you're not particularly familiar with – so why not take advantage of this feature? Make sure that your GPS device is easy to turn on and provides detailed map information and step-by-step instructions for all locations in your area. Even if you're geographically challenged, you'll never feel lost!
With the battery life of not the highest point, look for a handset that has the option of wireless charging. Do not take any time to read customer reviews on popular smartphone sets in the market and choose one with great positive reviews (if most others find the phone to be good, you would probably not be an exception). Have a budget as well, and choose the best phone model available within the chosen price. A smart, well-enabled smartphone can become your loyal virtual partner – provided you're careful while you buy it!
Source by Ross Smythe