Choosing the right phone can be a big deal, do you look at the camera, the storage, screen size? Below, we are comparing some of the most common phones to suit your compatibility.
Arguably the most popular brand of phone, the iPhone took the world by storm in 2007. We are currently on the iPhone 13!
Here are the best and worst points:
- Storage of up to 1TB
- Supported by 5G
- Scratch resistant glass
- Waterproof up to 6 meters
- Super Retina XDR OLED with Dolby Vision
- Dual pixel 4k camera
- Apple support
- It is a little heavy
- Has no space for a micro SD
- Supports e-sim only
- No fingerprint reader
- Small display
Overall, the iPhone 13 would be great for someone who relies on auto mode and loves to take photos for social media reasons.
The first Samsung phone greeted us in 2001, way before the iPhone craze. Samsung first introduced the Samsung SPH-I300- which seems a million miles away from the S21 we have now!
Below are the pros and cons of the s21:
- 5G offers faster downloads
- 64MP telephoto cameras with a 30X zoom
- Dust tight and water resistant
- 2-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen
- USBC for easy gaming and keyboard attachment
- Fast charging
- Battery doesn’t last 24 hours
- No expandable storage
- Can become hot
- Pre-installed apps that aren’t necessary
Overall, I would say the Samsung phone is great for someone who loves individuality with a selection of different colours to choose from and loves to take high standard photos.
The Huawei phones seemed to come out of nowhere, but they are by far a last contender. Huawei actually originally launched a phone in 2004, bringing the C300 to life, this is a far cry from the newly released Nova 9 pro.
Here is the good and the bad:
- 128GB of internal storage
- 50MP camera
- Fast charging
- 120Hz display
- Choice of colours
- 72-inch screen
- No wireless charging
- Internal storage cannot be expandable
- No infrared
- Not as water resistant as other leading phones
Overall, this is a great phone for the Huawei family who love all things Android!
Google is one of the world’s leading companies with nearly 4 billion people using one of their products. You wouldn’t have predicted that though way back in 2008 when they released the G1. Nowadays however, Google has shown exactly what it can do with the release of the Pixel 5.
Let’s take a look at the pros and cons:
- Battery supports fast and wireless charging
- Runs on the latest Android 11
- 18MP camera with the highest pixel per inch density
- 6-inch display
- 128GB storage
- Slow charging
- No options to add more storage
- Overpriced compared to other leading phones
- Not as many updates
Overall, this phone is great for anyone who loves to take photos especially in low light, this phone is known for taking night sky photos in high resolution.