Most users dream of buying an inexpensive smartphone that has the maximum capabilities. It is not so easy for a professional to do this. Often the difference and the possibilities of inexpensive phones are not obvious, and the seller’s advice is not always objective. But do not despair! Even in the face of a difficult economic situation, there are excellent market offers for buying a smartphone “for inexpensive”. In this article “on the possibilities of inexpensive smartphones”, we will help to reveal the difference between gadgets, show an example of prices for smartphones, introduce readers to the main characteristics of cell phones.
The steps towards buying an inexpensive smartphone are based on a clear understanding of the following three points:
The price of a smartphone that you are really willing to spend.
The appearance of the smartphone and its convenience, just for you.
Functional requirements for a smartphone.
Let’s consider these steps in more detail: Continue reading
Choosing a good smartphone only at first glance seems simple, it would seem that thanks to a well-established media system, any consumer with fairly mediocre knowledge in the field of electronics will be able to figure out the “stuffing” of the model that interests him and make a final decision whether such a device suits him or not. In fact, many of the questions in the selection may be more controversial when carefully studied. The characteristics of the phones and their price tags vary greatly, and this leads to some confusion, so you need to arm yourself with an approximate algorithm for choosing the main parameters of the smartphone and, based on this, calmly assess whether the device you like is really good. Continue reading
When choosing a new smartphone model, the consumer almost always pays attention to the battery capacity, as The autonomy of a smartphone today is more relevant than ever. Despite this demand for this parameter, the battery capacity is still not the strongest place of many devices.
WHY THE AUTONOMY PROBLEM IS SO ACUTE
smartphone with a big battery.png Having gained universal recognition and consumer love, any Android smartphones are considered energy-consuming. Smartphones are literally small computers that provide the broadest possibilities to their owners. By the joint efforts of Google Corporation, which owns the Android OS, and manufacturers of mobile devices, the problem is being gradually solved. Through the efforts of Google engineers, the operating system “learned” to provide opportunities to save battery consumption and optimize energy consumption, in turn, smartphone manufacturers have managed to increase battery capacity from 2000 mAh to a minimum of 3000 mAh or more in recent years. At this point, an increasing number of manufacturers of gadgets are starting to produce phones with good Continue reading