In the market for a brand new smartphone? There are so many options out there that arriving at the right decision may seem complicated. Also, the iPhone versus Android debate can be quite confusing as well. While no smartphone can be considered the best because different people are likely to want different things out of their phones, we’ve listed a few ways to help you better understand which smartphone you should buy.
Which Camera Should You Opt For?
Smartphone cameras are extremely important to most people. Earlier you really needed to consider the quality of the camera before buying a smartphone. But, today’s devices have better quality cameras that will help you take social media-worthy pictures. Still, when buying a smartphone, you want to buy a model with the lowest-possible F-number. The lower this number is, the better you are likely to be able to use your camera in different lighting conditions.
How Much Storage Should You Get?
If you are considering buying an iPhone, just skip the 64GB models and go straight for the 128GB ones – unless, of course, you are someone who barely takes any photos or videos and doesn’t use more than a couple of apps. When looking at the storage, many users don’t realize that the apps themselves can take up a significant amount of storage space. If you are getting an Android phone, consider getting one with removable storage so you can increase the storage by purchasing a microSD card.
Android or iPhone?
There’s no right answer here. Our suggestion for you is to pick whichever one you are more comfortable with. While smartphone manufacturers are, of late, trying to make the user experience on their phones more straight-forward, every operating system has its own little quirks. So, if you pick an OS that you are comfortable using, you’ll have an easier time using the phone.
How About Wearable Tech?
When it comes to wearable tech, it’s all about knowing what you need. For instance, if you can’t do without a smartwatch, an iPhone may be a better choice because Apple watches are pretty incredible. So, make a list of wearable technology you use, and pick a phone that supports it.