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11 Android Specifications To Check Out For Before Buying A New Smartphone
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This is a very crucial aspect of smartphone purchase tips. Know it now that its very risky not checking out if a phone fits the bill before purchase, this mistake could go an extended manner to haunt you. So here’s my advice for you, before purchasing a phone make sure you’ve checked for its specifications to ensure they actually comply with what am about to uncover below.


11 Android Specifications To Check Out For Before Buying A New Smartphone.

1. Screen Size/Resolution:
This deals with the size of the device screen. It is most likely measured in inches or cm/mm. Are you keen on massive display screen smartphone? then you definitely have to be searching at a device within the range or large than 5.5/6.0 Inches.

2. Android OS:
Ensure it’s running on the maximum current version of Android OS. As at the time of this writing, Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) should be your minimum target though Lollipop ain’t bad either, just make sure it has OTA update to receive latest Android updates.

3. Camera Pixels (Front & Rear)
We all know about the power of our cameras, taking high definition selfies(HD) hmmm... I don't joke with that ooo. So make sure your front facing camera is up to the task, the rear should also be a monster yeah I mean a (monster) sharp and bright as in eeh. You should be looking at a device in the range of (Minimum: Front=5MP & Rear=8MP) anything less than this please don't think about it. If you so love snapping pictures at night then consider buying a phone with dual lead mild(yeah I mean light), going
for double lead rear camera light is perfect even though some single lead camera phone could appear brighter.

4. Battery Capacity
In my country here Nigeria with rapid decadence in electricity, it’s very paramount you don’t forget this. The potential of your cellphone ought to be not anything less than 4000mAh until you need to go approximately carrying a power bank. 3000mAh battery capacity is conceivable although.

5. Network Type
This is optional but important if you’re looking to the future of Naija telecommunication providers. Our cell network vendors can simplest offer max 3.75G internet speed. Having a device that can power 4G connection is way cooler and a plus considering the fact that it will in future cover for incoming 4G LTE network. With the new Ntel about to roll out its 4G connection in selected states , don’t be left behind.

6. Processor Speed
This covers the response behaviour of your phone apps and services. If you’re the type that enjoys playing high graphics games then you should endeavour to go for a minimum of 1.4GHz. (Hexacore or Octacore)

7. RAM(random access memory)
Sincerely speaking this has made me to change a lot of phones so
Don’t hesitate to get a device with minimum of 2GB Ram. With that, you can run more apps & services at once without experiencing a crash or your phone hanging unnecessarily.

8. Storage Capacity
Internal storage capacity of your phone ....read on here http://www.getontopc.com/2016/09/11-andr...ckout.html
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Nice one bro. But one of the most important thing is buying it from a good source, sometimes even after verifying all the above listed and you take the phone home, you will discover that what was packaged for you inside the phone is either a bar soap or fufu and returning it won't be easy but if you buy it from a reputable source, you can always return it if it has a slight problem.
It takes so long to learn simplicity.
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(09-24-2016, 04:44 PM)Dealwap Wrote:
Nice one bro. But one of the most important thing is buying it from a good source, sometimes even after verifying all the above listed and you take the phone home, you will discover that what was packaged for you inside the phone is either a bar soap or fufu and returning it won't be easy but if you buy it from a reputable source, you can always return it if it has a slight problem.


Lols you right bro
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