Modern smartphones can access the Internet, use various applications, solve several tasks simultaneously, in short, they have the functions of a mobile computer. Among the variety of these devices, how can you choose the one that is right for you? Pay attention to these criteria.
Of course, an operating system isn’t that essential when you need to watch Netflix series or create a Woo Casino Canada because all of them allow you access to such features. However, they also have many differences:
- Android. The most common system, which can be found on both low-end and high-end smartphones. It is characterized by an open code – applications for Android can be created by third-party developers. That is why this system has a large number of useful applications. You can also connect your Android device to your computer as a removable drive and easily copy your data (similar to a USB flash drive).
- iOS. The fastest operating system, used in Apple products. The system is closed to third-party developers, applications are of high quality and are free of viruses. iOS is a more simple and easy to manage system, among the disadvantages are the high cost of Apple products.
- WindowsPhone. It’s a mobile version of the well known Windows operating system. It is the “youngest” operating system. In this regard, there is a small number of applications, which, like iOS, are closed to third-party developers. Today, phones with this OS aren’t released anymore.
Given the multimedia capabilities of the smartphone, it is worth paying attention to its performance – the speed of solving various tasks and processing information. Speaking of performance, most often refers to the processor and RAM.
To watch HD movies and play games, choose a smartphone with a processor at least 1 MHz and RAM of 1GB. For daily tasks – calls, texts, Internet, useful applications – you can choose a simpler model.
Also an important parameter is the internal memory – the place to store your data. The more memory your device has, the more you can store movies, music and other information. Some smartphones are equipped with a certain size of memory without the possibility to increase it, some can be expanded with external memory cards.
However, not always smartphones with the same characteristics do not work equally – much also depends on the operating system and the balance of all other elements of the device.
Modern smartphones differ in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors. If you have a preference for the operating system, then choose among the smartphones with the right system. As a rule, the devices with iOS are of the same type, characterized by high build quality, pleasant materials and stylish appearance. Models with Android have the most extensive choice in terms of design – this is the majority of smartphones, choose according to your taste.
Some smartphones have the ability to easily change the exterior panels and thus change the design to suit your mood.
A smartphone can serve as a camera, which is always at hand and helps to capture the most unusual and important moments in your life. All models are equipped with a camera. The main camera, “rear”, is used for photo and video recording. The front camera on the front of the device is also a convenient option. This camera is designed for video calls and selfies.
High-class smartphones are equipped with high-resolution cameras with flash, autofocus and face recognition systems. They are quite capable of replacing most digital cameras. When choosing a smartphone in a store, take some pictures with it and evaluate their quality.
Almost all smartphones are now equipped with a touch screen, there are almost no models with keys. A large screen requires a lot of power, which puts high demands on the batteries of the devices.
When choosing, focus on the battery capacity, which is measured in mAh. The more it is, the better. The average capacity of smartphone batteries is 1500-2000 mAh. But do not forget that the duration of the device depends on many factors in addition to the capacity – the time you talk, use applications, navigation, etc.