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Look for in Android Phone

1. Design: You want your phone to look good. It should be worth showing around in a party. But along with that, you don’t want it to be too fragile to handle. Obviously, not every phone can be like the sturdy Nokia 1100. That mobile set is a legend. The trend today is having a sleek, 5-inch display smart phone.

2. Battery life: The main problem with phones today is the poor battery life. It takes a full night to get charged and hardly 4 hours to be dead. You can always think of buying an external battery charger. However, the expense of possessing one adds up to your bill. Therefore, while purchasing an Android smart phone, keep in mind the battery life and the battery capacity of the phone.

3. Camera: For most of the people, more megapixels mean a better smart phone. Who doesn’t want a good picture? After all, not everyone knows or wants a DSLR. ABe it posting to social networking sites like Facebook or uploading the pictures in Instagram, taking photos through your smart phone makes things easier. However, do not only look for the number of mega pixels on offer but the lens quality as well as it is not only the number of mega pixels that determine picture quality.

4. Expandable Storage: Some phones do not allow you to expand the storage capacity. So if you have an internal capacity of 16 GB, you cannot add in more storage even if you need it. Most of us use 16 GB for music alone. You need at least 32 GB of storage to store your music and games. Game files can alone can take up storage space of 1 GB or more.

5. OS Version: Android OS names are complex. Did you hear about gingerbread, jelly-bean ice cream and kit-kat? Well, they are some of the names of the Android operating systems we have today. Even though they sound yummy, for a layman they are very complex to understand. Try to go in for the latest Android OS to ensure compatibility with all apps.