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What's better than finding jeans that fit you perfectly? Finding a phone that's basically perfect for you!
Buying a phone can be quite a task, it’s usually just searching in google “phones to buy”. Maybe that's how you stumbled in this guide. Anyway, the first thing that pops and the price drops, we get. There’s more to it than that-- I know, I know, it can be boring with all the RAMs and Pixels as if it’s another language. What if I tell you there’s an easy way to pick the perfect phone for your needs, without having to dig up a LOT, ehe get it?. Moving on, so here’s what you need to know:
1. You do you. DO. What will you be doing with your phone? Are you a student? Are you working? Is it for work? Is this for a child or an elderly? Know what you need, only need. Trust me you don’t need that extra ram or extra space-- or that phone that has the mechanical camera popping out. List down the necessities. If it’s just the basics of Text/Call, Social Media, and Camera. Then you don’t have to worry, a lot of the phones in the market can do those things. What matters is… next slide!
2. Availability is the key. If it’s available, not just in stores but in the country. How is the support for it? It’s okay to have those upcoming phone brands but when something goes wrong with your phone. It can be difficult to have it fixed, since the parts may not be as available as the top brands here. As simple as finding a case or a tempered glass that fits, can be a hassle. Not unless you can spend that extra peso to buy online but then again, it’s not worth it, not unless you’re an avid fan. Think of the long term! Speaking of long…
3. Longevity. Have a feel for the phone, does it feel right and robust? Do you imagine yourself using this phone for, let’s say within 5 years? If yes, then that’s great. That’s basically the endpoint if it’ll last. Spend on a phone as if it’s an investment. Phones are something that shouldn’t be bought more than it has to be. The best way to check the longevity of the chosen phone, see it personally and check the reviews. That’s going to be your best buddy for God knows how long.