Let’s be honest, we’ve come a long way from simple phone calls and texting, to nowadays multipurpose of standard mobile phone. The market is divided between iOS, Android, Windows and Black Berry users, and each has its advantages and disadvantages. While Android has the advantage of wide application support, Windows operating system uses its resources better, and Black Berry simply shines when it comes to business. iPhone has one advantage, and that is prestige, let’s face it, we all want one. Think about what do you need from a phone, and read this article, to find out which will suit you best.

Gaming

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Image courtesy of http://www.gamespot.com/

Remember when phones started introducing games? Long time ago, we had few time-wasters and today, we have some great examples of how serious big companies are when it comes to this. One of the examples is Wargaming’s World of tanks Blitz, a free to play PC game, which recently got his younger brother in this form. When it comes to hardware, from those simple ones, to those who will exploit everything your phone has to offer, one thing matters. Can your phone do it right? Sony got his Xperia Z3 backed up and supported for Play Station 4 controller, a great feature, to be honest. But, for those who wish to fully explore world of gaming, I strongly recommend LG G3, with its excellent quad-core 2.5 GHz processor and stunning 538 pixels per inch, it will provide you with hours of fun. Ultimately, Android market is packed with games, something that is a bit of a problem for the rest of the platforms.

Selfies

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We all did it at least for once, let’s be honest. Selfie became popular few years back, and today it is equally important to average user. Front-facing camera had become an important feature, and no one realized that better than people from HTC Company. Their Desire Eye model packs two 13 MP cameras both on the front and the back. While Apple’s iPhone 6 has the best camera available, HTC Desire Eye is equipped with 22mm frontal one, which gives this model an advantage. You will be able to take selfies along with your friends, and in an excellent resolution.

Business

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Neither of those brands shows better that you are spending most of your time in a suit than Black Berry. A friend of mine recently commented this brand saying: “Nothing says “I’m a corporative shark” better than a Black Berry.”, and I must agree. This brand had built its legacy around this fact, and while it may be in a bit of a trouble recently, its Passport model is quite the refreshment. With amazing 3 GB of RAM memory, and featured both QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen, this model will give you full access and control of your emails, sheets and job overall. The same, business-like looks can be found within Nokia’s Lumia 1520 model. Sleek, square and with no useless add-ons, it simply gives away its statement. It’s here to do business. Samsung caught us by surprise also, and it’s Note series is also seen quite often, due to its huge and transparent screen, which will help you to go through sheets of the Office documents.

Purpose

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Depending on your age, you will require different utilities from your phone. If you are parent, you can’t just splash the cash on top-notch model, there is no need. A bit simpler model will do the job. I could recommend iPhone 5 or 5s, and also Samsung S3 Neo and Sony’s Xperia M2. Those are quite affordable and can work great. But, if you are teenager, the matter of prestige is present. iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy S5, Nokia Lumia 1520, Xperia Z3, LG G3, choose any of those, and you won’t be ashamed of your phone among your peers.

With all said, it is important to determine what do you want from your phone. Once you know this, the rest is quite simple.

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Posted by Dan Radak

Dan Radak is a marketing professional with eleven years of experience. He is currently working with a number of companies in the field of digital marketing, closely collaborating with a couple of e-commerce companies. He is also a coauthor on several technology websites.

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