Different Android Phones You Can Choose
In recent years there has been a massive boom in the amount of people buying smartphones. This has led to the companies that create these devices to improve the technology within them at faster rates to keep up with the competition. Many people however don’t really know what these different phones offer and so are often confused by the process of picking a phone for themselves. Let’s have a look at what Android phones can offer.
Google’s Android is an operating system used in millions of phones across the globe. This means that with all the data and feedback they receive from users they are able to update the platform in meaningful ways making for the best user experience possible. Because of this Android phones have enjoyed new features on a regular basis, from the early and now well established Google maps with turn by turn navigation, to new features such as being able to unlock your phone by just looking at the front facing camera.
Android unlike other companies don’t manufacture their own phones, instead choosing to work with other companies such as Samsung and HTC. What this allows them to have is a wide range of phones that will appeal to a large number of different people. For example you could be someone looking for a top of the range model with the fastest CPU and best looking screen and lots of internal memory. In which case you could look at phones like the Samsung Galaxy S3, However many people are only looking for a functional phone that will allow them to call, text and email friends easily. For this you could look into phones such as the HTC Desire C.
Despite the practical reasons you might chose a certain phone there are many recreational reasons people pick one over the other. and this means that phones have to be constantly increasing their capabilities. Android have the widest offering best games compared to apple because of the availability of the platform. For many this is a deal breaker for those games to keep you occupied on the way to and from work.
With this little information why not do some research online into what you actually want out of a phone and then match these to the specs that you should buy.
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