Small Smartphones Are Better

In the smartphone of the time we all know that everyone is trying to go for the latest in today's technology. Somehow, manufacturers are tempted to go exactly the opposite with this new wave of mobile phones. Instead of trying to make them smaller and smaller, they decided to go bigger and bigger devices.

This is probably the result of the changing display technology. These devices mostly use capacitive touch screen monitors input and output. Customers are tempted to believe that the more a smartphone screen, the better the experience. You've probably seen people in the street or at work talking to some devices that are the same size of a normal A5 notebook. This is a bit annoying because people are paying more for some less comfortable and less convenient phones.

The fault lies with manufacturers and advertising they are doing because advertising is known to influence public opinion more than it should be. People should know that there are other devices with ordinary tools that are comfortable and practical, fitting perfectly regular size jeans pocket. Manufacturers are tempted to build devices with increasingly large processors, simply because the customer is impressed with these characteristics due to the rudimentary idea that "bigger is better". Yes, a quad-core really works more fast, but a smartphone would never need such a processor, because all applications for smartphones are logically made for smartphones, not kerosene rocket powered PC. a smartphone with a quad-core processor will be more than four times more money your pocket of a smartphone with a 1.4 GHz single core processor that will work, probably one second slower.

Another disadvantage of great phones is the fact that the microprocessor uses a lot of processing power to simply provide the image HD 800 x 400 pixels, and the performance will not be better than a standard device with a smaller and display processor.

The "wow" the most popular feature of the moment is 4G connectivity. It is understandable that people want such devices compatible 4G, because the operators promised download speeds up to 50 Mb per second. The biggest problem is the fact that only some urban areas benefiting from these network systems, and is a relatively new technology, so my recommendation would be to think twice before choosing a 4G device.

The point is that a small smart phone or a regular sized smartphone yesterday, the buyer would make a smart buyer. This allows you to save money, knowing that some of the highly advertised smartphones cost about a thousand dollars, and the speed is probably only one or two seconds slower because each software that is optimized for smartphones designed to work perfectly even in a cheap device. Another advantage is the portability and convenience of the device as a mobile phone, even if it is smart and a lot of laps, must be small and very portable.
In the smartphone of the time we all know that everyone is trying to go for the latest in today's technology. Somehow, manufacturers are tempted to go exactly the opposite with this new wave of mobile phones. Instead of trying to make them smaller and smaller, they decided to go bigger and bigger devices.

This is probably the result of the changing display technology. These devices mostly use capacitive touch screen monitors input and output. Customers are tempted to believe that the more a smartphone screen, the better the experience. You've probably seen people in the street or at work talking to some devices that are the same size of a normal A5 notebook. This is a bit annoying because people are paying more for some less comfortable and less convenient phones.

The fault lies with manufacturers and advertising they are doing because advertising is known to influence public opinion more than it should be. People should know that there are other devices with ordinary tools that are comfortable and practical, fitting perfectly regular size jeans pocket. Manufacturers are tempted to build devices with increasingly large processors, simply because the customer is impressed with these characteristics due to the rudimentary idea that "bigger is better". Yes, a quad-core really works more fast, but a smartphone would never need such a processor, because all applications for smartphones are logically made for smartphones, not kerosene rocket powered PC. a smartphone with a quad-core processor will be more than four times more money your pocket of a smartphone with a 1.4 GHz single core processor that will work, probably one second slower.

Another disadvantage of great phones is the fact that the microprocessor uses a lot of processing power to simply provide the image HD 800 x 400 pixels, and the performance will not be better than a standard device with a smaller and display processor.

The "wow" the most popular feature of the moment is 4G connectivity. It is understandable that people want such devices compatible 4G, because the operators promised download speeds up to 50 Mb per second. The biggest problem is the fact that only some urban areas benefiting from these network systems, and is a relatively new technology, so my recommendation would be to think twice before choosing a 4G device.

The point is that a small smart phone or a regular sized smartphone yesterday, the buyer would make a smart buyer. This allows you to save money, knowing that some of the highly advertised smartphones cost about a thousand dollars, and the speed is probably only one or two seconds slower because each software that is optimized for smartphones designed to work perfectly even in a cheap device. Another advantage is the portability and convenience of the device as a mobile phone, even if it is smart and a lot of laps, must be small and very portable.
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