Buying a new phone is a pretty exciting experience. But it's also an overwhelming one. You're likely to be spending a fair amount of cash, so you want to know that you're getting your money's worth. Wading through spec sheets, checking out reviews, even getting a little hands-on experience can all help you make your decision. But people still make mistakes. If you want to be sure that you're getting the best phone for you, then there are some common mistakes that you'll want to avoid.
Investing in a mobile phone generally means spending a fair amount of money. But if you're smart, you'll know that you can sell your old phone to recoup at least some of the cost of a new one. Not all phones are created equal though, so if you're planning on selling on a mobile once you're done with it, then you might want to choose your model pretty carefully in the first place. What sort of phone should you be looking for? That's what we're here to find out.
With so many mobile operators on the UK market, choosing which one is right for you can be tough. Particularly when so many of those operators are pretty affordable. Sure, they might not be big names, but cutting your phone bill in half is pretty tempting. Many of these cheaper networks are MVNOs. Don't know what that means? Then keep reading, we're here to help!
If you're up for buying a new smartphone, then you've really got only two basic choices at this point: Android or iPhone. Some people have a preference, and if you're used to using, say, an iPhone, then the chances are that your next phone is going to be an iPhone too. And we'll be honest right from the start and say that more or less anything you want to do you can do on either an Apple or an Android. Yet, there are still far more reasons to prefer Android. It's not that Android can do things that Apple can't, it's merely that Android does them better. After over a decade, Android is STILL better than the iPhone. Wanna know why? Then read on.
Nearly everyone these days has a mobile, and there are thousands of handsets around to choose from. And while some people are constantly chasing tech trends and replacing their phones, not everyone feels the need to buy a new phone every couple of years. However, there does come a time when you really do need to consider getting a new handset. We're here to tell you everything you need to know to make that decision!
Water resistant phones are becoming ever more popular these days, and water resistance is fairly standard for high end products. Whilst you might think that this means your expensive phone is pretty indestructible when it comes to liquid, this isn't exactly true. There are some great water resistant phones around, but you'll be paying a fair price, and if you don't take appropriate precautions then you could be making an expensive mistake. That's why we're taking a look at all you need to know about water resistant phones.
A new smart phone is a big investment, and an investment that you'll want to protect as much as possible. After all, no one wants to throw down £500 or more only to end up with an unusable device. One of the most common protective measures taken for smart phones is a screen protector, but as of recently, you have a choice. There are now two different styles of screen protection available, one glass and one plastic. So which is going to be your best bet? We're taking a look at the ins and outs of both so you can make a good decision!
If you’ve got a mobile, then chances are that at some point storage has been an issue for you. Smartphones are great, but extra memory costs extra money. Yet we all like to pack our phones full of photos, music, videos, and apps. SD cards could be the answer to your problems. Why? How? What? Don’t worry, we’ve got the answers to all your questions and more.
New mobiles cost a fair amount of money these days, and we can't all spend a fortune on getting the phone that we would like to have. And that's where second-hand phones come in. But is a second-hand phone really your best option? We're taking a look at second-hand choices, how to buy them, where to buy them and whether or not you're getting a deal. So if you're looking to save yourself some cash, read on!