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Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • May 1, 2012

The Most Important Thing To Look For When Buying A Mobile Phone?

The question is simple. We often base our decision on a simple requirement - 'everything'. But this question goes into specifics and what would be the most important factor that you looked for, when you bought your latest handset?

Is it screen size or the battery life or the operating system? Justify.
Harshad Italiya
Harshad Italiya • May 1, 2012
I prefer Screen Size and Camera. For Battery Life I use Spare Nokia Cell Phone.

going to buy HTC Inspire 4G.
Anoop Kumar
Anoop Kumar • May 1, 2012
Now a days mobile phones are more than call and sms stuffs. Now its becoming a productive thing.
Imagine a person who travel for his/her office from Noida to Gurgaon (Almost 1.5 hours) by Metro train. He is spending 3 hours daily in traveling. So why not he can do some productive using his mobile.
That person can watch some tutorial videos, playing some games, reading news and lots of stuffs to utilize time.
For me , Apps and phone experience are top priority with minimum screen size of 3.5".
Now, I am counfused which one should I go Nokia Lumia 800 or android phone(not more than 25k) research in progress...
lovejeet • May 2, 2012
simple answer:- its value for money...😁
shreyasstar • May 2, 2012
Well I would go for the range of application it supports and what is it capable of doing. As lovejeet said, it must be a value for money, so I expect it to pack in as much stuff as possible. Also a good battery life is preferred (the android smartphones have terrible battery life).
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • May 3, 2012
Agreed with all the points above. I think we all are missing out on one most important factor: the phone's overall usefulness; so to say, the 'return on investment' 😁 What say? What's the point in buying an iPhone if all you're going to do is just text messages, angry birds and phone calls?

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