Identify the Purpose
Before you choose a new smartphone, you need to identify what the main purpose the device is to serve. If you are buying purposely to make calls, your need is different from a gamer or a heavy internet user.
The main purpose of buying a smartphone device is what every other specification will depend on. Like for instance, someone who calls would give priority to high battery capacity while someone who browse and chat more or a gamer would consider better RAM/ROM sizes.
Smartphones have their operating systems and are majorly either Android and iOS. The features found in these OS types look similar in some ways but are different.
Android is the most common OS types nowadays and they are very affordable compared to iOS. So, if you need a cheap smartphone device, you should consider giving android a chance. However, if you want to show some class in the OS type you choose, an iPhone or iPad is not a bad choice.
RAM/ Storage Capacity
An average smartphone nowadays should have at least 2GB RAM. Anything below shouldn’t be considered. This is the least that should serve a person who calls more with their device. However, it is a different case entirely for a gamer or someone who installs more heavy applications or watch movies with their phone.
The more the RAM/ROM capacity of your smartphone, the better and easier it is to install apps and run. But, better RAM/ROM sizes usually leads to an addition in price.
The least processor type you should consider is a dual-core processor. Other popular ones available are the quad-core and octa-core processors.
Now that phone makers have given 5G a priority and 5G devices are already in the market, going for a 3G device is a wrong choice. It is like going in a backward direction.
The last of the 5 things you need to consider when buying a new smartphone is the camera. If you like taking pictures with your phone, your first choice should be an iPhone. Other best camera performance smartphone devices are Samsung, Huawei, Google Pixel, Redmi among others.