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Best Smartphone Buying Guide For Beginners (Bangladesh)

In this step, I will guide you through all the fundamentals of purchasing any smartphone. So read this guideline before purchasing your dreamy phone. I hope you will enjoy and feel good after getting these resources. Just consider every metrics one by one.

These days, new smartphones keep launching, and it can be a little bit confusing. Specifically, if it’s a budget phone, you need to look at the mid-range or premium end. And let’s go over it are divided into ten broad points, so let’s start first with the processor.

The good thing is, now that in 2020 if you generally buy any smartphone, the processors on them are so good that it’s not going to be very laggy or something in a UI or if you click.

What do you say a small app like Twitter itself will take two-three seconds to load us up is a good thing. But again, if you’re buying a new smartphone even in the budget range award, the Snapdragon four x lineup of the chipset, some of the vendors the lower end vendors are still offering some of the phones with Snapdragon 434 to 39, etc. So, a word that I would say your the media takes Helio chipsets is the one to go, for example, you can find the Helio p 70 Soc.

Even in what do you say phones around seven 8000, I feel that’s a good point. Our the Snapdragon four x lineup in that time. If we talk about the mid-range, which is again the most popular one in Bangladesh, suppose you’re getting a because generally, some vendors release some phones with an aggressive price.

They try to use a large generation processor. If you’re going, I would say go at least with the Snapdragon 675. The least I would say is the Snapdragon 660. If you’re getting a very good deal on something, I would mostly say for the mid-range.

The processor that you should go with this Snapdragon seminar series. It can be anything on the lower end. Seven 12, or even the newer ones like the Snapdragon 720 G, is very good.

I would say that’s the best pic in terms of performance, and power was very power efficient. If you do a lot of gaming and stuff, you can have the Snapdragon 730 g also. From the media tech, we have the P 90 and the g 90 t, etcetera. Those are also actually good processes that you can get. And again, on the flagship and Snapdragon, we have the Snapdragon 865 that you will get. So that’s what we have, and but again, if you want to take a Samsung mid-range smartphone, which is again pretty popular because it gets other things right. Again, if it’s a Samsung one, mostly to be Exynos, make sure it is at least Exynos 96 level because this one has at least a 10-nanometer process the earlier Exynos. Once I would not try now, I’m willing to store it, which is very important.

A minimum of 32 GB, even on very budget-oriented smartphones, does not make any sense to go below that.

I would suggest at least 64 gigabytes, which should be the minimum internal storage. Ideally, I would say go with one gigabyte if you plan to use your phone for more than a year or so, as many of the apps, for example, even your WhatsApp data and heavy games, etc., will decide on your internal memory even if you have a microSD card slot. So I would say 148 gigabytes is the sweet spot.

But yeah, you can get away with 6432 as the bare bare minimum, but I would lean over 60 for a fiver shoot. And also, storage Yes, You can’t expect this ultra low budget but even in the mid-range, make sure it has that you Fs 2.1 storage because many of the mid-range phones these days are coming with that 48-megapixel camera, even some of them are coming with a 64-megapixel camera. You need storage that is fast to write. If it’s not fast if you click a photograph, you will see that circle again within this rotating like that because the storage is not that fast to process. Again on the higher-end variants, you are getting the U Fs three-dot o storage or office 3.1, so make sure it generally has if it’s a flagship.

Now coming to ram. And I would say, even on the ultra-budget range of six 7000 rupees phones or wide phones having two gigabytes of RAM, because what we are noticing is that Android is getting heavier and heavier with every generation. Many of the popular apps are getting heavier, so they require a lot more RAM. So I would suggest phones having a minimum of three gigabytes or five; even if you’re looking for a budget-oriented smartphone in mid-range the minimum I would say it’s four gigabytes, but ideally, I would say go with six gigabytes of RAM because again, as I’ve told you many of the new phones are coming with the higher megapixel cameras like 64, etc. And that extra RAM is required to process the images.

So I would say, mid-range minimum, the bare minimum is four gigabytes but ideally, I would mean that six gigabytes of RAM, and on flash chips, Yes, eight gigabytes, is more than enough; I’m not in that.

What do you say? Throw off having 12 gigabytes of RAM; right now, you don’t need that well the bytes of RAM, but yeah, many vendors on the spec list for high-end phones give you that. Try anyways on an iPhone move to another thing, which is important in Bangladesh because I do get this question quite a bit. What about 5g the phone that I’m buying right now 5g? I mean, if you’re buying a, what do you say Qualcomm stops driving at 65 based smartphone that will have 5g because 5g comes with that? I never knew about it, why it happens.

But again, I would say. Don’t try to pay extra for a 5g smartphone because realistically, in Bangladesh, we will not see 5g till 2023 or even by 2023 now one-year extension because of the slowdown and stuff; nothing is happening. So Bangladesh is almost three years away right now for realistically 5g deployment, and by that time, you’re if you paid extra just for that 5g, that phone might get obsolete. And right now, the 5g modems that are being used are not that power efficient; hopefully, by next year, we will get a lot of what do you say, the modems will become more power-efficient that way.

I would say 5g is none of us right now, and simply in Bangladesh. It simply does not make any sense, but yeah, if you are an international traveler, if you travel a lot, European and American countries, then yes, fighting makes sense. But again, it’s just for Bangladesh. It simply does not make sense, we will be getting some mid-range smartphones in the future, helping 5g, and these companies will market it as, as 5g ready, 5g ready, but again, use your brain a little bit and think, will it be useful. Do we have an MBA, and when will we be cutting back.

Anyway, Let’s now move to the important thing: the screen that’s the most important thing about a smartphone; I won’t talk about the screen sizes. These days we simply are not getting these compact screen sizes phones. So if you have any, we had about a six-inch screen size, and the thing is that because, in earlier phones, we used to have thick bezels at the top and the bottom. These days, as you can see, the aspect ratio has changed, so the bezels are not there. That’s why a lot bigger screen.

These areas see the screen size anywhere from about six inches on the smaller end to about. Even 6.96%, I would say 6.7 or slightly bigger. This is the Redmi Note nine pro, and it has a 6.7-inch screen. It’s on the bigger side; I would say the comfortable size would be about 6.4 to 6.5 inches, and not talking about this screen technology, I would say, even in the ultra low budget range, don’t go with smartphones that give you a TNT. What do you say, TFT LCD? So the problem with those is that viewing angles are so bad. If you look straight, it looks nice, but even if it fades away and stuff. But luckily, most of the vendors are not giving that we will be getting an IPS LCD screen.

And the good thing is with the IPS entity screeners that the viewing angles are good, the color reproduction is also good, so that’s a nice thing. But again, look at the brightness level how bright the panel can go. Next, they specified 400 nits, 450 900 nits 550 nits. The more expensive the phone, the higher brightness it can go. And the advantage of this is that in direct sunlight, it is easily visible.

Another thing is how low of a phone’s brightness can go, which is also very important. Many people forget to look at this. For example, at night, you close all the lights, and you’re abusing your phone because the spouse is leaving the door to stuff. Many phones cannot go very low in brightness, so that is also something you have to note.

And now if we talk about Ahimelech screens, yes, it’s great. Many of the Samsung phones have 121 phones have a middle screen, and you know the advantage of tablets being that great contrast and punchy colors. But again, we were of family screens in, what do you say budget donated phones because the thing is is that many times I’ve seen that the lower cost amulet screens are not that good the color accuracy is very bad, and also affected a little bit the color shifts, you will see a greenish, pinkish hue, for example, me a three if I remember had one of the very bad screens, even pixel had bad gotta be a little bit critical with amulet screens, what you have for example in this aspect the real means arrange, for example, the real me x harder nominate screen. For those who provided good jogging, be a little bit careful when you’re choosing an armload scheme and also an amateur scheme.

This is not only for budget-oriented mid-range phones, but even some of the higher end, notice that on an amulet screen, if you lower down the brightness to very low levels, it starts to flicker that should not happen that will give you a headache.

If you use the phone at night a lot so again see how does the display behaves. If you keep it low brightness, it should not. What do you say flicker? Some of the new phones have DC dimming option. If that is there, that might get, but some of the higher-end phones, for example, if I recall, even the one plus seven t trial had that flickering issue. So again, be careful with that. Generally, Samsung has been good with their amulet screens.

I’ve noticed that they don’t have this flickering issue but, again, using an omelet screen. Check if How does it behave in very low light. Low brightness areas, sorry the battery died on the camera. Anyway, now let’s talk about the battery, and here I would say that the mid-range phones do much better than the flagships, but ideally, if I have to talk about one battery capacity, I would say at least 4000 milliamp-hour battery is a good start. That should give one day’s typical usage to most of the users out there. Again, if you’re a very heavy user, we have many smartphones 5000, and even about 6000, you’re getting.

Now let’s also talk about fast charging. You’re on the ultra-budget. We can’t expect fast charging, so you will get the 10-watt charger so that it will take a little bit of time, but non-mid-range smartphones, if you’re buying a mid-range smartphone, make sure and check what type of fast charging does it support, 15, or 18 What does it support Qualcomm quick charging standard what the standard that is supporting is. And if it’s all a slightly higher-end smartphone, then I would suggest that, what kind of charging does it have 25 watts 3140 watts 45 watts or even, this is very important if it’s a higher-end smartphone.

This is important, does it support power delivery. It is very important to charge with your laptop’s USB Type C charger or something like that if it does power delivery. I made a dedicated video about this. I’ll leave a link for your reference, so check if it has power delivery charging options.

Another thing is the software update cycle again. Look at the history of that brand, how good it is with the past devices, based on software update does it provide updates or not. So again, this is also something you have to note, and generally, what I’ve noticed is that, again, beware of some brands launch, too many devices because what can happen is that if they launch too many devices, then the update cycle will slow down, so that is also something that you have to note.

Still, again you have to do a little bit of googling and see if the older devices were getting software update regularly attract so this is also an aspect of Android upgrades. Realistically guys, even on higher-end smartphones, we generally had design cycles of Android OS updates.

If you want more, then switch to iPhones. Try talking about camera performance again. Your megapixel count is not everything. And I’m also not a firm believer in having five different cameras at the back of your camera; I would say, if a smartphone has cameras three things that you have to look on it if it’s on a higher-end, make sure it has optical image stabilization it should have a regular camera, it should have a good financial lens and a telephoto zoom lens, these are the three things that it should have higher megapixel.

Again, most of them will do pixel binning, so again, see how good is the image processing, how it does it. Both, let’s say a and b vendor, or they both might have the same 64-megapixel camera sensor the same, but the images you see at the output will be very different.

That’d be beautiful; how would these firms do the after image processing. So again, that is also very important. In the last one year, one and a half years, Xiaomi has improved their image processing algorithms to be a lot of garbage. So again, be careful. Sometimes that they might launch two models of the expensive, one might have better image processing.

That is also important, and you have to look at samples and stuff to see and how the skin tones are produced. If you take static pictures of sceneries and stuff that buildings and stuff, they will look nice because most smartphones have very good resolutions these days.

But how does it process human subjects and stuff, how to take selfies? How good are the selfies? How’s the skin tone and stuff. These are some things that you have to notice again, look for reviews with samples and stuff. Wow.

What do you say, the front-facing camera here I feel have noticed that some brands, for example, when we will put a lot of stress on the front-facing camera, so if you are a person who takes a lot of selfies. When I feel the image processing that opens, we are better than many of the ones.

For example, in this area, I feel something the higher end phones don’t do. What do you save the selfie department? Lastly, this is regarding video recording, don’t get me wrong. Many of the smartphones now actually 4k video recording. That’s common, but the problem is how the quality of the video is very important.

I would say the gold standard is the video that we get from iPhones only the iPhones do bigger. Still, some of our new Android phones are also doing good. Maybe it’s not the start for the quality of the, for example, I’m recording from this camera, but I’m recording it at 1080 feet. Still, the tentative recording quality is way better than any smartphone that can be recording 4k. So look at the quality of the video recording, and also look at if the device has optical image stabilization.

If it doesn’t have the mid-range phones won’t have that. But make sure it doesn’t have me is that an electronic image. Otherwise, you cannot handle it and shoot the video to be very shaky.

And also, if you are a person who likes to do vlogging and stuff. Then make sure the front-facing camera also supports the electronic status image.

Otherwise, if you shoot the video like this, it’ll be shaky, so these are some of the things that you need to look at and apart from that, that 4k, whatever, look at you and see how you like that picture quality, how it’s processing the images and everything as I’ve told you, every brand has a specific type of image that they want to get with their image processing, so that is also important.

Apart from that, you also have to look at some of the generic stuff again watch a different review for that, for example, how is the quality, quality, that is, the earpiece on the device.

Generally, I found that most are good but sometimes some of the pieces not good. How’s the network reception. Most of the phones look good in a good network.

Does it get destroyed? It’s connected a lot and stuff like that support for worldbeat these days, most of the phones will have, but what about Wi-Fi calling with what networks do. How’s the speakerphone quality because as we take calls via speakerphone, how is the fingerprint on it. Is it fast. The in-display fingerprint scanner is faster what, how are the speaker quality and loudness.

These are some of the things you need to look at when buying a new smartphone. I hope, looking at some of these points. Molded on the paper whenever you’re looking for in your smartphone and see what the criteria that are very important to get a checkmark or not are. Anyways, guys, that’s it for now.