Small size smartphones are better

In smartphone times, as we all know, it's tempted to go the latest in technology today. Somehow, manufacturers are tempted to go exactly against this new wave of mobile phones. Instead of trying to make them smaller and smaller, they decided to go to bigger and bigger devices.

This is probably due to the continuous development of screen technology. These devices primarily use a capacitive touch screen as output and input. Customers are tempted to believe that the bigger screen of the smartphone is, the better the experience will get. For unknown reasons it looks like everyone forgot that the mobile phone should be this gadget that's easy to fit in your pocket and will always be comfortable to carry.

You've already seen people on the street or at work talking to some devices that are almost like a regular A5 notebook. This is rather embarrassing because people are paying more for some less comfortable and less practical phones.

The error belongs to the manufacturers and ads they make because ads are known to affect public opinion more than it should be. The best example would be the young ladies who often end up in hospitals just because the television said they would look like TV stars. The same is true here, on the smartphone and in fact in many other areas.

People should know that other devices exist, with normal forms that are comfortable and practical, fit perfectly into the standard big jeans. This type of product also has a price which is often less than a quarter of a highly advertised smartphone.

Another important factor is that intelligent smartphone can see regular daily smartphones fully powered by a processor of only 800MHz. Manufacturers are tempted to build devices with larger and larger processors simply because regular customers are fond of these features because of the rudimentary idea that "bigger is better". Yes, the quad core works really faster than smartphone would never need such a processor because all smartphone fixes are logical for smartphones, non-flammable computers with kerosene. A smartphone with a four-core processor will get over four times more pocket money than smartphone with a 1.4 GHz core processor that will make the work probably one slower.

Another disadvantage for big smartphones is the fact that microprocessors will use a lot of their processing power simply to provide 800 with 400 pixel HD image and performance will still be no better than regular smartphone with memory processor and display.

The most popular "wow" feature of the moment is the 4G connection. It is understandable that people would like such 4G compatible devices because airlines promised to download 50 MB per second. It would be good to upgrade, but there is also a problem with this feature too. There are actually two problems, the second most important is the fact that a powerful connection will drain the battery even faster than it does not matter. The most important problem is the fact that only some urban areas benefit from such networks and it is relatively new technology, so I recommend thinking twice before choosing 4G devices.

The point is that a small smartphone, or regular smartphones yesterday, would make the buyer a smart buyer. It saves you a lot of money by knowing that some of the highly advertised smartphones cost almost a thousand dollars and speed will only be probably another or two slower because every software optimized for smartphones is conceived to work perfectly even on an inexpensive device . Another advantage would be the performance or usability of the device because the mobile phone, even intelligent and tricky, should be small and very portable.

Source by Radu I Costin

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