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Your Dream Cell Phone- How to Find It

By Brenda Davies

There was a time when a cell phone was used to make and receive calls alone. It was a function that sufficed at the time, since technology couldnt deliver any better. But its not that time anymore. On a road trip, you dont need to carry your iPod, PDA and camera. Not when a cell phone can assume all those responsibilities and deliver beyond expectations. The market offers a lot of different models, each with a unique outlook. So how do you find the best by your book?

You need to know the reason you are getting the phone in the first place. If you hold an executive responsibility in a large company, then a multimedia phone might not be the best. Rather get a phone that starts you off with a dedicated business side, before showing you its playful one. A Palm Pre, Blackberry, HTC EVO, iPhone 3GS are some of the devices you might want to focus on. But when you are out to have fun with your phone, there are all kinds- those that offer you HD video recording like Omnia HD and HTC touch HD, to those that give faultless connectivity, like the Nokia N900.

What are your connectivity needs? If you travel a lot, your phone needs to support a global network. If you rely on the internet, get a 3G phone. If youre service provider offers, get a 4G one and enjoy speeds like no other. Having Wi-Fi is also important when you want to take advantage of the many hotspots around you. If you spend a lot of time messaging, invest in a phone that offers a hardware QWERTY for ease and convenience. You can only text for so long with an onscreen one.

If you like a phone that can stand on its own two feet, then make it a smartphone. A speedy processor makes all the difference in the world when you want rewarding user experience. Couple that with an OS that understands you and you will be in mobile heaven. Among the top contenders in the market are Maemo, WinMo, Symbian, iPhone and Blackberry OS. They are not all meant for the same crowd, so choose wisely.

In your list of tastes and preferences, there must be some features that simply have to be present. Whether its an accelerometer and proximity sensor, a 3.5mm jack for headset support or large inbuilt memory to handle your many files, dont compromise, especially when it can help you break a tie.

Finally how much exactly are you willing to part with? If the answer is, not so much then that Galaxy S will be beyond reach for sometime. Unless you can buy it with a contract, then you need save up every dime for a couple of weeks.

Want to find out more about cell phones, then visit Brenda Davies’s site on how to choose the best cell phone for your needs.

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