It is difficult for you to choose the brand new smartphone because it looks like come out every single week. This article will give you guide about a couple of things that you will have to do because purchasing new smartphone.
It is better for you to gather a lot of information about smartphone. You can also ask your friends in order to get their advices. It is important for you to not to rely on the representatives of the store. If you want to go to the local store, you have to walk into the store with a lot of information about the smartphone that you want to buy. It is difficult for you to stuck with the device that you do not know about because your trusted the sales rep.
This is may be the most crucial decision that you will take. First of all you have to research your area. Specific carriers are perfect in a couple of specific areas. For example, network of AT&T is San Francisco is great while the network of Verizon is not good. Second of all, you have to make a research about the data and minutes. In order to help you find the perfect one Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T come with tiered data plans. This is perfect for those of you who do not want to use a couple of data while this is unfamiliar choice for those of you who use unlimited data. The other thing that you have to consider is the kinds of networks that they have. LTE is rolled out by Verizon which is 4G to more than 30 cities and Sprint comes with WiMax 4G service in a couple of places all over the United States. HSPA+ network is currently rolled out by T-Mobile and AT&T will not come with LTE until next year. In order to give the highlight about the speed differences, LTE network of Verizon comes with 5 up to 12 Mbps download speeds and 2 up to 4 Mbps upload speeds. Meanwhile, WiMax of Sprint comes with 3 up 6 Mbps download speeds and 500 Kbps upload speeds. The HSPA+ network of T-Mobile apparently comes with 1.5 up to 7 Mbps download speeds and also it comes with 1 up to 4 Mbps. And for those of you who are wondering, all of those carriers come with a 3G network.