I have come across many android phones till now and got many problems and dissatisfaction. I always wanted a perfect smart phone, so before that I only thought that Buying an Costly and Branded Companies phone fits perfect always but the situation isn’t like that what you think.
Here are the 5 Things you should know before buying an Android Phone:
However, you may or may not find this useful, because at some point those phones which fits for me may not be fit for you and vice-versa .
#1 System UI & RAM
Before buying any Android phones you should always check the user interface and their RAM. User interface in the terms of.. does it fits for you ? Are you comfortable using the default UI of the Android Phone ? and when it comes to RAM I always consider to better test it. Rather then just seeing on a cover that yiee it has 1 GB Ram it is perfect. You should better test it because you probably don’t know how much the system of the phone is consuming the RAM and so your phone don’t end up supporting high end games which other phones does with same RAM.
#2 The Ultimate Android Battery
The main problems with the Android Phones is lacking in Battery uptime. I have experienced this problem many times. So always before buying any Android phone check the reviews on youtube what people say about that device. Because the Stand by Hours mention on the specifications might don’t come under your needs. So always take care of how much mAh battery your phone have and how much really it can stand by.
#3 Storage and Memory
I have seen phones offering some what 4 GB internal and upto 32 expandable through external micro sd card. But you should make sure after you attach a micro sd card your phone applications are movable to that micro sd card. Didn’t got it ? Here it is. Suppose You have inserted and external sd card of 32 GB to your phone and internal memory (in-built memory) of your phone is full then further is your phone capable of moving and installing more apps and games to that external sd card ? I know you might be thinking of course it will be possible but in the most of the cases it won’t.
You have to root your phone and swap your external memory to internal memory so your phone will grant an super user access to your sd card and you will be able to move your apps to your external sd card.
Now-a-days Android Phones are coming up with an in-built storage capacity of somewhat 8GB, 16GB and 32GB and you can’t insert external sd card in that Android phones. I assume that system is really good as you don’t have to mess up your head with all the above things which I mentioned.
All the above things which I mentioned it completely depends on you and your need. Basically I believe that one should always check these 3 common and very important things before buying any Android Phone.
I hope this article helped you at some point. Let me know you views about it 🙂