Smartphone Buying Tips: Basic Things to Consider When Choosing a Smartphone in 2017

By Jacques Strauss, | June 27, 2017

The man tries to navigate through his smartphone with the help of its squeezable feature. YouTube/ Tech Tera

The man tries to navigate through his smartphone with the help of its squeezable feature. YouTube/ Tech Tera

Choosing the best smartphone for you may not be that easy nowadays. With all the latest features and add-ons being highlighted by the different smartphone brands, buying what is best for you has just been quite complicated.

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The number one consideration to make in buying a smartphone would be the purpose of such device. In most cases, smartphones are being used for business or corporate purposes, while some would simply use it as their go-to device for social media and simple multimedia tasks.

Try to identify first the purpose of using a smartphone. After knowing its purpose, then you just have narrowed down your options.

The next thing to consider when buying a smartphone is its build quality. Unlike before, today's smartphones are mainly divided into two types of builds, the metal, and plastic ones. If you are prone to drop your smartphone or your working environment would require a sturdy device, then the metallic one is highly beneficial.

The next thing to consider is the processor of your device. The processing power of your device plays a vital role in the overall performance of your smartphone. If you are a heavy user, it is highly suggested that you choose a smartphone with the best processing power. This would be very helpful when dealing with heavy games and other multimedia tasks.

In the past years, cameras were not part of the consideration to make when buying a smartphone. However, with the age of "selfie," the camera quality is something highly considered by most users.

Lastly, you should always consider the battery life. The speed and performance of your phone will likely be less useful if it would only last for 2-3 hours. It is highly suggested that you should go for smartphones with at least t least 3500mAh battery or above if you are a heavy user.

Watch here below other tips to consider when buying a smartphone:


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