From binge-watching to gaming and content creation, you‘ll be able to find a smartphone right for the job, and you might even use it for a call or two.
What is it? Google Pixel 5 5G 128GB (Just Black, Sorta Sage)
What‘s the crack? Google‘s flagship smartphone now with 5G and improved camera. There‘s the main 12.2 megapixel dual-pixel camera and an all-new 16MP ultra wide. Google‘s proprietary software also adds plenty of enhancements to improve your photos and videos.
Who would it suit? An impressive camera on a fast network means the Pixel 5 is a sound choice for content creators
big and small.
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What is it? Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G 128GB (Navy, white, red, orange, mint, lavender)
What‘s the crack? Triple rear cameras 12MP (wide), 8MP (telephoto) and 12MP (ultra wide) delivers 30x Space Zoom, which has to be seen to be believed. The 6.5“ Infinity-O Display with impressive 120Hz refresh rate ensures your next-level photos and vids are seen at their best.
Who would it suit? Excellent camera zoom helps the Galaxy S20 FE stand out from the crowd. You can also expand the memory to 1TB thanks to the microSD slot. And with the camera‘s tolerance for all conditions, you‘ll be inspired to shoot till you drop with the S20 FE.
What is it? Oppo A91 128GB (Black, blue)
What‘s the crack? If you want bang for buck, check out the Oppo A91. Measuring 6.4“, the 2400 x 1800 resolution AMOLED allows you to stream and watch in Full HD. A generous sensor caters to the four camera system with Oppo‘s own algorithms for enhancing picture and video quality. The Game Boost 2.0 brings improved refresh to game play.
Who would it suit? You won‘t break the bank and still get a stylish camera for gaming, bingeing and creating.
What is it? Motorola G9 Play 64GB + Moto (Electric blue, spring pink)
What‘s the crack? An entry-priced smartphone doesn‘t mean you‘ll miss out on features. It has a generous 6.5“screen, and the Quad Pixel technology employed for the triple camera system will cater to low light conditions. It also boasts an impressive battery with up to two days use on a single charge.
Who would it suit? The G9 also comes bundled with the Moto Buds Charge earbuds. So if you want calls or music on the go, this irresistible value proposition has you sorted.
- Smartphones and tablets have come a long way. Even entry-level models have most of the features you might need, such as Full HD screens and decent cameras. And you don‘t even need the very latest and greatest processors unless you‘re planning to do some serious gaming. So there‘s no need to go premium when good enough could do very well.
- Consider storage size if you plan on storing lots of videos, music and apps. Not sure how much you might need? Then look out for Android phones/tablets with microSD slots for the option of expanding your memory capacity later on.
- There‘s an app for just about everything but hardware still matters to get the best results. This is especially true for photos and videos. Look for smartphones with multiple cameras as that will help ensure the best image quality, be your subject near or far.
- Smartphones and tablets are designed for all day use. But if you are planning on plenty of gaming and binge-watching, make sure you look for a smartphone or tablet with a bigger battery capacity. Generally speaking that‘s measured in mAh, and if you get a smartphone that‘s got 5,000 mAh or a tablet with 7,000 mAh, you can be assured you won‘t run out of juice just when you get to the best bit.