When making an investment in a mobile phone, it would be silly to go in blind or without a clear picture of exactly what you want. Here are some tips you should look at when looking for the in smartphones.
Not sure of what exactly you want till you go out there and take a look? We read your mind and have put together a list of things to look for in smartphones during the latter part of 2020.
If you’re looking to buy a smartphone, it is advisable to arm yourself with a list of must-haves before you go gawking at new upcoming mobiles online and getting wowed, confused, and carried away.
After all, most of us look to use our devices for at least a year, and right now, our phones are our best friends.
Since the lockdown has made actually seeing our best friends a lot less regular and a lot more difficult.
Here are some selection criteria that will help you to get yourself a mobile under 15,000 INR that boasts both, good value and enviable features. What’s the fun without envy, right?
Most new upcoming mobiles come with at least a quad-core processor. In fact, if you are looking for mobile under 15,000 INR, you can even filter your choices by looking for an octa-core processor.
Your processor is the boss of how fast your phone works, so it is important to pay heed to this component of phone specs when browsing.
RAM and expandable memory
RAM is just as important as the processor in determining how fast your phone will work. You should ideally insist on a minimum 4GB RAM in your hunt for a new smartphone.
you need that sort of memory to power our usual habits of streaming and gaming.
Even among mobiles under 15,000 INR, you can find many options that offer 4GB RAM. Some examples are Realme 7 and the Samsung Galaxy A21s smartphones.
Almost all new upcoming mobiles have a three-rear or four-rear camera setup going on. Depth sensors, wide-angle lens and leaps, and strides in the megapixel department are the flavor of phones in 2020.
Be sure to get a taste and your fill of these amazing camera features!
The soon-to-premier Motorola One Vision Plus comes with a 25MP selfie camera, for instance, and the new Samsung Galaxy F21 comes with a 64MP rear camera.
Smartphone cameras have come a long way in recent years, with a number of features that have improved the image quality produced by smartphones, including optical image stabilization (OIS), larger sensors, brighter lenses, and even optical zoom, Great for photography.
Display (size and quality)
Infinity screens are fairly commonplace now and are almost the norm, so be sure that you get this with your new phone.
The size of your screen should depend on your individual preferences, but phone screen sizes up to 6.6 inches and 6.7 inches are doing the rounds.
Don’t get carried away with this; if you prefer a smaller phone, don’t feel pressured by the herd. Always on Display (AOD) is a smartphone feature that displays limited information when the phone is not working.
It is widely used for Android phones. On some Android phones, this feature is called Surrounding View or Active View, depending on its performance and behavior.
Battery and charger
All of these amazing features obviously call for serious battery muscle. You’re looking for minimum 4,000mAh batteries.
Even 5,000mAh battery-powered phones are available in mobiles under 15,000 INR price point, so be sure to have a glance at this.
Look for fast-charging or turbo-charging features, as these are commonly available and there is no need to settle on anything less.
There are two types of people who commonly require dual sim phones: those who travel abroad extensively and those who simply want a clear demarcation between work time and personal time.
If you fall into either category, it makes sense to look for a dual SIM capability when browsing through new upcoming mobile phones.
It certainly beats carrying two phones around in this day and age. A mobile phone with two SIM cards allows separate numbers for personal and business calls on the same handset.
Access to multiple networks is useful for people who live in locations where the coverage of one network may be inadequate or unreliable.