If it’s time for you to upgrade your SmartPhone, you might be wondering which one is best. There’s no secret that I’ve only used iPhones, starting with the very first iPhone all the way to my most recent upgrade to the 6S. I love the look and feel of them, and the way it integrates seamlessly with my music collection. (Yes, I buy CD’s. If it’s a local musician, I buy directly from them. Paying musicians for the music you listen to is the topic of a whole ‘nother discussion!)
But I know that the iPhone isn’t the only one out there. My brother, for instance, will probably never switch from his beloved Android. Some of the things you should look at when getting a new phone are:
- Battery Life – How long will it last on a charge?
- Price – How much do you want to spend?
- Apps – Are the apps that you require available?
- Size – How big is it? Do you want a smaller phone or a phablet?
- Compatibility – Which phone do other family members have? Is it important to share cords and other peripherals?
- Camera – Do you want a good camera? Camera resolution is measured in megapixals. For example, the iPhone 5 has 8 mp, the iPhone 6S has 12 mp.
- Storage – How much storage do you want or need? If you have a large music or photo collection, you should choose the largest available.
Here are some descriptions of types of phones and reviews on what others think are the best SmartPhones and why:
- Tom’s Guide:
Which SmartPhone do you use? What do you like or not like about it? Let us know in the comments below!
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