Before Buying a New Smartphone, Keep These 7 Things in Mind!

by Joseph K. Clark

The festive season has arrived. The festival is sparkling nationwide, and the smartphone market is bathed in this light. All tech companies offer discounts and discounts on their products, and various attractive offers are offered from online shopping sites to offline retail stores. Many people like you and us are waiting for this opportunity to buy a new mobile phone. These days, many beneficial offers are also available, and smartphones are also available at low prices. But before buying a new smartphone on such an occasion, some essential things are very important to take care of.

1. Set a budget

Many options are available in all segments, from the entry-level phone to the flagship device in the market. In the range of Rs 10,000, a smartphone equipped with idle specifications is easily found. At the same time, a device equipped with the latest features is available on a budget of 11,000 to 19,000. Smartphones with powerful specifications have been launched today for Rs 20,000 to 35,000. At the same time, if you look at the above budget, you will find that the specifications will be almost the same for all smartphones. There is a strong emphasis on brand value in this segment. Remember, it is not that if you invest more money, you will get a better phone. Great options are available even at low prices. In such a situation, while buying a new smartphone, spend money according to your budget. The festival faded in the process of taking expensive phones.

2. Identify Your Needs

Mobile phones are no longer just for calling and sending messages. Today, work related to profession and job is also done through a smartphone. Before taking a new smartphone, designate what you need more in the phone in such a situation. Camera, processing, extended battery backup, internal storage, and larger display are some of the points included in every human need. Camera-centric smartphones, mobiles with large batteries and displays, and devices made for fast processing are all present. So first, identify your need and then choose the smartphone. The pockets will not be empty if you are saved from the breathtaking talk of friends and show-offs.


3. is fond of photography

If your needs or hobbies include phone photography and recording, turn to a camera-centric smartphone. Today, smartphones have also come on the market, from smartphones with six camera sensors to 108-megapixel power. But counting camera sensors or high megapixel power here will not be enough. Not many sensors promise good photography. Here you must understand the capability of a wide-angle lens, zoom control, telephoto lens, macro lens, depth sensor, etc., and features like OIS, EIS, HDR, 4K-8 recording, and slow-mo. Also, options like dual-LED or quad flashlight will work for you.

4. Need Fast Processing

Mobile gaming enthusiasts and multi-tasking users want a phone that works smoothly without complaining of lag and hangs. Here, let us tell you that both the chipset and RAM will have to be seen for better processing in the phone. Qualcomm, MediaTek, Kirin, and iOS are some platforms that provide phone chipsets. At the same time, gaming technology is also offered with processors. Here the GPU present in the phone will also have to be checked. The Android operating system and the brand’s user interface also help smooth processing to some extent. It is also essential to take care of all these points.

5. Looking for a long backup

Many such users want that once the phone is fully charged, putting it in the charger for a long time is unnecessary. Today many smartphones with 6,000 mAh batteries have been launched in the Indian market, and you will find 4,000 mAh to 5,000 mAh batteries in all brands of smartphones. But before buying a phone with a large battery here, testing the fast charging technology is essential. Explain that the phone supports fast charging of the watt, not necessarily the charger of the same watt in its retail box. In this case, the charger may have to be paid separately. We advise always using the brand’s original charge with the phone.

6. Need more storage

You will also remember when a microSD card was filled separately and inserted into the phone to play songs and videos on mobile. With the change in the technology of smartphones, this trend is also buried. Today 32 GB to 128 GB storage has become common in mobile phones only. Smartphone companies also launch multiple RAM and storage variants of the same phone, which become an easy choice for users. Very few people use the external card on the phone. So, do not go on things like ‘1 TB expandable’ storage and bring home a smartphone with ample internal storage. Along with extensive storage, it is also essential to focus on UFS, i.e., universal flash storage. UFS sets the speed of file transfer in that phone and how fast data will be imported.

7. Big Display Demand

The outbreak and lockdown from Corona in the country have opened up a different phase of the technique. From office work to school education, everyone started online. Parents who used to scold children for using more phones are buying new mobiles for their children. Such people need a smartphone with a large display so there is no problem studying online. A 6-inch screen has become common in smartphones. But apart from the big show, it is also necessary to see its pixel resolution (HD, FHD, FHD +), display technology (LCD, LED, OLED, AMOLED), and brightness and contrast knits. P3-like technology has started coming to smartphones to prevent eye damage during use.

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