Almost everyone wants to buy a mobile phone that provides smart features and is highly efficient. A smartphone does all that and more and the fact that all devices come with a complete set of specifications, it shouldn’t be that hard to choose the right one. Nevertheless, there are some specific patterns to look for when you decide to purchase a smartphone that will meet your needs and some of the most important will be presented in the article below.

Display

Among the most important factors to consider when you decide to buy a smartphone is the display. It usually ranges from 3 to 5 inches or more so you have multiple possibilities to choose from. Usually, a 4.3 inches screen is considered to be the most ergonomic size, but it also depends on what do you want to use it for. A large display means more pixels so you will be able to view more content, but it may be difficult to hold and operate. Also, another factor to consider is the display resolution and what kind of technology is used by the manufacturer. Among the most used types of display is TFT-LCD, but there are also other displays such as IPS-LCD or Touchscreen LCD, or some newer technologies like OLED or AMOLED and they all provide a full high-definition display.

Processor and RAM

The processor executes the commands of the smartphone and the speed of the processor determines how capable is the device for performing multiple tasks at a time. The latest phones have dual or quad core processors, which allow them to have 3D technology or to capture 1080p HD videos. On the other hand, the RAM determines the volatile memory that a processor can work with so any smartphone need a capable RAM in order to better support multitasking.

Operating System

They are also known as mobile OS and are basically the software that helps the devices run applications and programs. The best operating system you can choose from are iOS, Android or Windows and for many people, this is one of the most important features when they decide to buy a new phone. The Apple iOS operating system runs the Apple’s iPhone, iPad, and iPod, while the Android OS is owned by Google and powered by the Linux kernel, and is used on a wider range of smartphone and other devices. Microsoft Phone OS is used on Microsoft mobiles and although it had to catch up with the other two operating systems, it has some interesting features.

Camera

The camera is mandatory for modern smartphones and they provide advanced digital cameras with up to 8 megapixels capability. Moreover, they have a front and a back camera and the new technology provides video records up to 60 frames per second. However, your choice should not be made based on the camera performance, except if you want to use it for some special reasons.

Battery

As a regular base, most smartphones cannot last more than a day, but is still a very important thing to consider when buying a phone. Most of them provide a battery capacity in the range of 1800 to 2000 mAH, but there are also phones that go up to 2600 mAH.