A big phone or a small screen: what is your choice and smart buy?

There is a dilemma among the smart phone users – what would be the ideal screen size? Some prefers mid-size screen, while others love big size screens. However, the perfect screen size depends on your preferences. If you just want to have a smart phone, then a 4.5 to 5.3 inches screen will be perfect. If you want to utilize all the features and performance of a future ready smart phone, such as Huawei p40 pro, the ideal screen size would be 6.5”. Look for a minimum resolution of 1,080x2340p. If you plan to use a virtual reality glasses like the Google Daydream, the higher the resolution, the better. When the phone is only inches from your face, the number of pixels counts.

Camera quality

If you are not aware of the latest developments in camera technology, a list of sensor brands or other kinds of specifications will not help you indicate whether or not a photo will turn out well. A high number of megapixels do not equal better image quality. A 12 megapixel camera could take better photos than a 16 megapixel camera. If a phone has four rear cameras, the reason is to offer an optional depth effect or to give the wide-angle option. Optical Image Stabilization helps prevent shaky hand movement. This is especially useful when you are shooting indoors or in low light conditions. This function will not help prevent blur caused by a moving object. Most of the phone cameras come with HDR, timers, beauty mode, and many filters and effects.

Battery life and performance

Most phones in the mid-price category and higher can handle a daily dose of calls, email, video games, and music playback, although the internal technology of some devices is more refined than others. Some mid-priced phones use the same chips as premium phones. You will have to recharge a phone at least once a day. So it is good to have an extra charger in your office or in your bag. You’ll get a longer life with a 3,000mAh or higher battery. When low price is the most important thing in a phone, you will have to make certain sacrifices. But there are good affordable phones on the market that offer you more for the price than other devices. For now, we like the Huawei p40 pro.

Other questions to ask yourself

Here are some questions that you need to ask yourself before buying a smart phone –

  • If it has a USB-C port, are there adapters or dongles in the box, or do you have to buy a separate one?
  • Does it have a standard 3.5mm headphone jack or will you have to buy an adapter?
  • If the phone is damaged, what do you have to do to fix it?
  • Does the phone support Wi-Fi I-calls?
  • Is it a locked phone or can you add a SIM card from any operator? Do you lose any functions?
  • Is it the same price if you buy it with a single payment or in installments?
  • Does the warranty cover your needs or do you have to pay for an extended warranty?
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