4 Things To Consider Before Buying A New Phone (2022)


People don't just develop an interest in a certain phone product before purchasing it; there are certain features they look out for before making their choice. If you're looking to buy a smartphone today, then here are certain things for you to consider before making a purchase.

Smart phones have taken the lead in this era of phones, and no one wants to be left out in the dark. If you take statistics of phone users around the globe, you'll definitely find more than 70% of smart phone users range from Android, camera phones, iPhones, waterproof phones, and many more.

I believe you must be asking how these people were able to make their choice between the hundreds of phone brands that are currently in existence. Well, here's a list of things for you to consider before purchasing a phone.
1. Budge

One thing to bear in mind is that you can't work above your budget but can work below your budget when it comes to phone purchases. Before purchasing, do a little research on the prices of phones available for sale. That will tell you what phone you can purchase, but don't be surprised to find out that there are a lot of phones that fall into that category, which will be another stepping stone for you to walk over. 

What if my desired phone is above my budget
Phones don't appreciate (prices of a specific phone don't increase) but instead depreciate with time most of the time when a new brand is released by the same company. If you think the desired phone is worth the wait, you can hold on for a few more months. 
Here's another tip: you can also look out for some discounts which might be proposed by the company before its release. If you're lucky enough, you might be listed. 

Here's one error most people make, and it's simply the reason why you find them owning two smart phones at a time. Due to the wide range of smart phone functions, a lot of people have been able to monetize them or use them as one of their business gadgets. 
Here's the thing: if you're buying a phone for business purposes, then you should watch out for certain futures like battery capacity, phone speed, and many more, instead of unnecessary features that won't be needed. 


Every phone has its own unique features which make it different from others, and these features are the most important aspect when it comes to purchasing it. A few mistakes might haunt you and, at the same time, cost you extra cash for upgrades, sales, or a new purchase. 
Before making any purchase, also check out the following: Processor Speed, Battery Capacity, RAM, Finger Print, Camera Pixel (Front and Rear), Face ID, Screen Size, Storage Capacity, Quick Charging (Flash Charging), Network Type, and many more. 
I guess you will find it funny for me to list out finger prints, Face ID, and Quick Charging. Yes, no one wants to buy an outdated phone these days, so that's one more reason for you to watch out for them as well. 
Are phone reviews important? 
Yes, yes, and yes.
Phone reviews are as important as your receipt. They look less valued but might be your saving grace. 
Reviews are frequently written by early adopters who were able to purchase these phones, and most of the time, companies are unaware of minor flaws before they are released, which is one of the reasons why you should look for them before purchasing.
4. Auto Repair Shops

It's out of place for one to purchase a phone he/she can't repair within their region/state. Always keep that in mind when making a purchase. Don't be surprised to find nice phones in your friends' or uncle's cupboards. This might be the reason why you found them dusty there. That's the major reason it's not advisable to purchase foreign phones that have no repair centers close to you. 

If you've fallen victim to purchasing the wrong phone, don't be hard on yourself because it's all history and at the same time, a lesson, which is also the more reason why you should take note of these listed points before making your next purchase. 

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