The problem with there being so many Android phones, however, is that it’s difficult for any one phone to stand out. Consumers have a hard enough time deciding which handset to get in the first place; imagine if they are choosing between phones that are practically identical. Even for seasoned reviewers like me, the phones tend to blend together after a while.
Nonsense. Here’s how you choose a phone (or any other electronic device, for that matter): 1) Make a list of all the features you want 2) Find the devices that most closely match – or preferably completely cover – that list 3) Select either the best match or – if all match equally – the lowest cost.
Comparison shopping isn’t rocket science, people.