We all use smartphones based on our budgets, but I’d like to know how many of you are using the right phone for your needs.
How many of you are using phones that are appropriate for your needs and purposes?
Many articles titled “Best smartphones under Rs. 20K, 30K, and 50K” can be found on Google.
However, I would not advise anyone to buy a phone solely based on that post.
Whenever one of my friends or family members asks me to recommend a phone for their budget, I tell them to think about why they want a phone in the first place.
Are you someone who binge-watches movies or plays intense games on their phone, or do you just use your phone for normal things like watching movies and playing games?
I never give anyone the phone without first asking and learning about their intentions.
Simply follow these _5_ steps before purchasing a phone.
1. Understand your purpose.
Everyone, I believe, has a purpose in life. You might understand WHO you are if you have a purpose. and WHY are you doing it?
Similarly, if you want to buy a phone, you must have a specific reason for doing so.
Simply ask yourself what your purpose was for purchasing a phone and what your daily activities are with it.
If you buy a phone that is good in the market for that price, you may get a good phone, but it will not be a valuable phone for you.
The main purpose of the phone for me is minimal gaming and long battery life. I don’t recommend a camera phone because I am not a camera enthusiast.
In the same way, request you and then buy.
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2. Never make a fixed budget.
Customer pricing was changing whenever they were buying the phone, according to a recent Gadgets 360 podcast.
If you want to buy a phone for Rs.20,000, I recommend creating a range of Rs.18,000 to Rs.22,000. Go for it if you find a valuable phone for 22K. If you think you can find a great phone for 18K, go for it; otherwise, avoid the phone that was not good for 20K. This is true for any pricing.
Never set a budget for that amount of money because it may fluctuate slightly for a good value for money phone.
3. Learn about the phone
I’d want to remind consumers that while buying clothes, they may visit multiple stores or brands and request different models and comforts. Some of you may want to look at the brand’s quality and reputation. So we’re studying and researching clothing that will cost no more than Rs.5-7K each pair and will be worn 100 times in a year or lifetime. Meanwhile, a phone costs on average $20,000, $30,000, $60,000, or more, and you use it for an average of 4-6 hours every day.
So, why aren’t you studying smartphones? I’m not suggesting you become a specialist (nor am I), but you should study the basics like what CPU that phone has, cameras, and other such things.
4. Don’t judge a phone by its cover
You should never judge a book by its cover. Don’t judge a phone by its cover, either. The phone will not be good or valued based on the specifications we read on paper.
Many affordable phones tempt us with 108MP and 64MP cameras, and we all fall into the trap of thinking that such cameras are beasts, but they will not live up to your expectations, as they advertise.
Likewise, don’t just consider the battery and charging. They may provide you with a 5000mAh battery with a 55W charger, but you want to know how long the battery lasts and how long it lasts.
So, before you buy that phone, read some reviews about it.
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