When you are going to buy a phone, first look at the style and design. It should be handy and easily carried over to all places. Light weight, slim, and large screen with good aspect ratio phones are preferable. It should behave like a part of your body when using.
Most people prefer high megapixel cameras for their smartphones, because they like colourful, vibrant and clear images. If you want to take videos, look at the clarity frame rates. Mostly wide angle 1080p cameras are preferred.
A platform is the most interacting medium for the whole day usage, so it is a tricky job to choose a better OS for your smartphone. IOS, Android and windows are the most leading platforms. Mostly IOS and android are preferred, and windows is emerging slowly. 4. Features/ hardware & battery life:
Mainly look for the processor, RAM, internal memory, graphics card, and battery. Better configuration will avoid hanging while using large applications and the response time will be more. Battery life should be more.
5. Support/ carrier:
The compatibility of the phone is a very important aspect. It should be connected with any kind of device, and it should support all external devices.