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The Right Smartphone For the Right Use
Smartphone shoppers have more choices than ever these days, and that can make it hard to find the best fit. For those who may be overwhelmed, start by identifying how you intend to use the phone. Novice smartphone users enjoy Apple's easy interface, making iPhones one of the most popular choices.
For those looking for more options, Android phones have greater diversity in hardware, and more variety in screen size. For example, the newly released, Galaxy S-4, boasts a large 5 inch screen. Blackberry remains popular with business users, and appeals to those who prefer a physical keyboard over a touch screen. Finally, the live tile interface of a Windows phone makes it user-friendly, and helps people find what they need with fewer steps.
Smartphones are also quickly becoming the go-to device for photos and videos. If want to ditch your traditional camera and consolidate devices, you’ll need to consider what you'll need. Experts recommend looking for a camera phone that has at least 5, if not 8 megapixels of resolution, and also has lots of enhancements needed for sharing. When you share pictures, and use a smartphone's other advanced features, you use a lot of data, so make sure you have a data plan that can handle it. These days you can bundle many devices into one plan, but you want to make sure to avoid the costly overage fees.