Every man’s guide to buying smartphones

Mohit Jain

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It is an open secret that men love smartphones, often times more than the significant other counterpart. But the main challenge, which most of them face is having to decide among a variety of equally attractive devices. You don’t want to spend a fortune on something you won’t find practical in the long run.

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Also, when you realize that the smartphone that you are about to buy on “impulse” is going to be your day in; day out device, a wise decision has to be made. Whether a person is a student, a professional of some sort or even a business person, it is always important to determine the features and requirements of the device in question. Later on, you need to balance your choice between affordability and the amount of features being offered in the smartphone.

Smart phones come in different varieties as well as different forms of operating systems and designs such that any man who wants to upgrade to a smart phone needs to know a few important things so they can choose properly – Call it the unwritten by law, a guy code, or the etiquette of purchasing communication devices these days.

Let’s have a look at the Smartphone OS:

The operating system you choose is something that will determine what the smartphone for men will be capable of doing; this is the reason why most men find it easier to select a laptop rather than a phone. One difference that exists between a smart phone and computers is that, if you don’t love the operating system you are already using, switching to a different platform will not turn out to be a great deal.

Some of the leading operating systems for cellphones for men include, but are not limited to, Blackberry OS, Android, Apple’s iOS and Windows Phone 7OS. Since all these platforms are different, it kind of makes them good at performing a variety of different functions you may want to decide on… eventually.

  • The iOS Environment:

This one has an easy-to-use interface, and its unique hardware and software integration makes it possible to employ the highest quality apps. Since the iOS has iTunes, it makes it possible for users to easily purchase apps, books, movies and music of their choice. The only downside to it is a low scale multi tasking ability, and the availability of social networking abilities may not necessarily get to what Windows OS or Android OS based devices are offering.

  • The Android OS:

Android OS environment is perhaps the most popular of all smartphones. All thanks to an array powerful devices from renowned brands; users can select anything from literally thousands of free apps hosted at dedicated app stores.

Android employs powerful features such as HD screens, high speed cameras, 4G LTE; this makes it a favorite for people who love sharing stuff and contacts on social networks. The home screen can easily be customized and it allows easy task switching. The main downside for Android operating system is its vulnerability to malware which sometimes slow it down or causes it to crash.

  • The Blackberry OS:

This is a powerful operating system for people who can’t do ‘make-do’ without a physical keyboard. It also comes with a powerful battery life and a good security management. Business individuals love it – especially because it guarantees them a secure way of sending and receiving emails and keep up with all other internet related services. The main downside to this smartphone OS is its outdated hardware, slow CPU and low resolutions screens.

  • What about Windows phones?

Microsoft OS for smartphones appears to be what many first time users sometimes prefer. More so, Windows phones are sort of like go-to hardware for newbie level cellphone users. Some great features at a glance include Live Tiles found on the home screen as well as their ability to pin just about anything to the ‘Start/ Home’ screen.

This convenient featurette also leads to faster access to desired information. The main downside is perhaps its limited apps application and lack of landscape mode optimization. In the end, perhaps the best way of buying any smartphone is to outline your requirements and budget range.

Whatever handsets that you are considering, don’t forget to read their reviews from current users.

Editor Note: This article was written by Mohit Jain who happens to be a self-confessed gadget and technology geek. The guy enjoys writing on new and trending gadgets that are on the brink of becoming somewhat of a fad for men.

Jain currently writes for Men’s Gear, an open ended review website concerning gadgets gifts for men. So in case you are short on ideas regarding latest trending gadgets purely based on men’s interest, then the official Men’s Gadget website is where you can find a heap of useful info.

This entry was posted on Saturday, November 16th, 2013 at 9:22 PM and is filed under How To, Smartphones. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.

Mohit Jain

About Mohit Jain

Mohit Jain is freelance writer and blogger. He loves writing on topics related to technology and new product launches - and dabbles in various sports.

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