Saturday, 12 August 2017

Things you should consider before Buying a Smartphone

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Today I'm going to show you some tips you should consider while buying a new smartphone.
6.Operating Frequency

(1) Processor:
Thr quality of the cores is important than the number of cores. What you think ,"Is 8 cores better than 4 cores?" It's not necessarily, Unless you are an avid gamer (or even then), you don’t need 8 cores.  Below are some options for Processor

  • Budget – Snapdragon 410, MT6732, MT6735
  • Midium Range  – MT6752, Snapdragon 615, MT6795T
  • High end – Snapdragon 810 (2nd Gen), Snapdragon 808  Snapdragon 800, 801, 805 are also good option for mid-range buyers.

(2) RAM:
More RAM Might Not Improve Your Device Performance. RAM in phones work a little different than in your PC. Your recent apps are cached in RAM, so more RAM will allow you to switch between apps faster. If you are into experimenting and keeping several apps on your phone, you should opt for more RAM in your Android device.

(3) Camera:
High Megapixels Count doesn’t mean better camera performance in Android. It only adds more details to the picture. The camera quality depends on a number of hardware and software factors in your Android device. The size of the camera sensor makes most difference than megapixel. One 3.2 MP with Carl Zeiss Optics can shoot a better picture than a 8 MP normal optics. So be careful next time to choose camera phone.

(4) Storage:
Internal storage/NAND flash storage is very critical to your smartphone performance. More of it is always a good thing for your device. One phone with 64 GB internal memory may be perform better than a phone with 8 GB internal and 64 GB Micro SD. Choose for a phone which has more than 16GB internal memory for a better performance of your device.

(5) Display Resolution:
Please Note that, not all HD displays are equal. Despite high resolution and high pixels per inch (PPI) value, you might have a bland LCD. Color reproduction, brightness and sunlight visibility are those factors which you should consider. Choice preference between AMOLED or LCD?

 • Deep Contrasts
 • Awesome Black
 • Bit Oversaturated Colors
 • Predominant Blue Tinge

 • Brighter
 • Better Viewing angles
 • Better Sunlight visibility

(6) Operating frequency:
Now it’s the era of 4G. Make your phone future proof by opting a phone that supports 4G or may be 5G in future. We all know, 4G will give us faster data transfer rates. A LTE enabled phone is backward compatible, so it will also support 3G and 2G networks.

  • 2G: GSM 850, GSM 1900 

  • 3G: UMTS 850, UMTS 1900, UMTS 1700, UMTS 2100 

  • 4G LTE: 700, LTE 800, LTE 1700, LTE 1900, LTE 2100,      LTE WCS 2300 (30), LTE 2500

(7) Battery:
High mAh rating is not means better battery life. Software optimization and Hardware will contributes to your device Battery life. Today's generation processors gives better battery life than old generation processor with thousands of mAH. Your mileage may vary depending on how you use your phone,  how much power hungry the display is, how long you have LTE enabled on the phone and how efficiently your software handles CPU cores.

(8) Software:
Buy a most updated software to be future proof and bug proof in your Android. The latest software means you have the latest hardware to handle the new features too. Buy the phone with latest updated software preinstalled or the one with promised upgrade for the software in future. Software is not effect as other but we don't ignore it.

(9) Design:
Design of the phone attributes to the first impression of the your phone. Uni-body aluminum design looks more premium and attractive than a plastic phone. Edge to Edge display design will give you a bigger display without increasing overall size of your phone.

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