Friday, 22 January 2016

Cheap Value-for-Money Android Mobile Phone to Buy



Considering buying an android mobile phone that falls within a price range of N20,000 to N30,000? $80 - $100?

It is advisable to buy one having a RAM size of 1GB or more and in-built storage (ROM) of 8GB or higher. This will ensure continuous smooth running of your device after installation of your favourite apps (and future app updates). You will not be constrained for space to install large sized apps e.g. games compared to having 4GB ROM device which usually end up with just about 2GB only available for app installation.

Another very important thing to consider is the battery size. As it is expected, the larger the battery capacity, the longer your mobile phone will run on a full charge. Also note that a bigger display (screen size) translate to more battery drain.

Now to the processor, which is the ‘brain’ of your device, the processor used to be predominantly Qualcomm processors. However, of recent Mediatek processors which are priced lower and arguably with performance at par with those made by Qualcomm are being used even for some high spec’d android devices.

The table below shows some of the value-for-money android mobile phone you can purchase at pocket friendly prices.
Table 1.0 List of Android mobile phones with good specification and @ pocket friendly prices.

You may have observed that the MediaTek System-on-Chip (SoC)  processor is predominant in the list above, a deeper look at the MediaTek processor for smartphones is provided in Table 1.1 below to further inform you of the different features of each.
Table 1.1 MediaTek Smartphone Processor features















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