Actually, it’s easy to decide which Android phone to get

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.

Author: jdrch

ISTJ, Rice Owl, UF Gator, mechanical engineer. STEM, sports, music, movies, humor. Account mine only & unaffiliated.


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