Top Features To Look For Purchasing A New Smart-Phone In 2021.

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Hello friends, are you looking for a new smart-phone for yourself? Here, I will tell you about some exiting features about the smart-phone, which probably you can not aware off.

However, some features may not be available in the cheap level smart-phones. But, if you purchased a mid-range or high-end phone around 15,000. Then most of this features are includes in it.

 The people are always confused about to choose a better smart-phone. With so many option and so many brands offering remarkably the same features people often get confused.

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However, some of the famous smart-phones such as Samsung Galaxy M32, Realme Narzo 30 5G, OPPO A53s, Vivo V21e 5G have most of the features you want to be in your smart-phones.

Here is a factors which you must consider when purchasing a new smart-phone in 2021.

  1. Processer and Ram[ for performance and stability]
  2. Display and Design[Built with good FHD+ display includes with better brightness and resolution rate]
  3. Camera Quality[for still photos and videos]
  4. Brand Name[for better reliability of products]
  5.  Storage space[must have good storage space and expandable memory]
  6. Audio and Sound Quality[must have head-phone jack and DAC and ATx Support]
  7. Protection[ with corning gorilla glass ]
  8. Battery life [ with fast charging support]
  9. Sensors[ such as gyroscope and accelerometer]
  10. Fingerprint sensor and Face unlock features
  11. Waterproof and dust proof, stereo[ for protecting against water and dust]
  12. Services center network [ for repair after damage]
  13. Size and Weight [ for comfortably use]
  14. Gaming/ Benchmark performance [ for gaming lovers]
  15. Accessories comes with the phone

The above list is comprehensive and gives you a better idea about the features and thing to look when purchasing the smart-phone.

In a world of smart-phone, no phone will have all the above features or may fall short in one or other areas.

For that reason, if you are looking for good camera than buy smart-phone with good quality camera. Such as Apple i-phone 12 Pro Max , Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, Vivo X60 Pro+, Mi 11x Pro have includes good camera features.

If you enjoy reading a books , then you must look for a slightly big-screen smart-phone with high pixel per inch , above 400 PPI for smooth surfing.

Moreover, if you are game lover, then you must buy a smart-phone with a good gaming processer.

Some special features you should be aware of before buying a new phone.

Side Mounted Fingerprint Sensor

Fingerprint sensors have become more and more useful today, but, have you been think about whether an in-display fingerprint sensor is better or a side-mounted display.

Fingerprint sensors have become more and more common in recent times and, to their advantage, they have shown to be quite useful tools, obtaining additional security to users who might not want to put their password or pin code every time they go to access their device. In recent times, however, the fingerprint sensor has comes with some crucial and extreme changes.

The reason behind these changes is in relation to the design of the fingerprint sensor. Earlier, there was just one kind of fingerprint sensor, a circular one that could be approach either to the front of the display, much like the older iPhones or the ones to back, rather common on Android offerings.

However, these days two kinds of fingerprint sensors have caught the world. The first one is comes inside the display, and the second one located on the side of your smart-phone. Which one is easier to use and which one should you select? Read on to find out.

Advantage and Disadvantage of Side-Mounted Fingerprint Sensors

To better understand the differences between the in-display fingerprint sensor and the side-mounted fingerprint sensor. we must list out the Advantage and disadvantage of both, in order to make the sound decision of which one is better for the troubled user.

1. The first advantage to using a side-mounted fingerprint sensor is in ralative to ease of use. Because the user will always be holding the phone by the side and the finger will always close to, if not on the area where the sensor is located. This makes it easy to use even if the device is placed flat on a table or somewhere only display is access.

2. The second reason is that the side-mounted fingerprint sensors are also faster than any other substitute. However, be it rear-mounted fingerprint sensors or in-display sensors with a artificial fake effect in place since, when trying to pick up the device. You already touch the side and by the time the phone reaches closer, the device is already open, seeming like there was no fingerprint sensor in the first place.

There are some disadvantages though, one of them being somewhat less security due to a smaller surface area when compared to those present on the display. Meaning that only a portion of your finger is being scan. The second issue is in relation to smart-phone cases, as some of them might be thicker than usual, providing the sensors useless at times.

Advantage and Disadvantage of an In-Display Fingerprint Sensor

Now, coming to the in-display fingerprint sensor. They are the more advanced sort of fingerprint sensors, having come into existence a couple of years ago.

1. The first advantage of an in-display fingerprint sensor is also the location, since, much like the side-mounted one. Moreover, it is quite easy to use, with the ease of use when the device lays flat being second to none. The size of these sensors is also quite decent, meaning that coverage is not an issue, something that was a worry with the side-mounted one.

2. Another advantage is in relation to the improvement. People love to be at the forefront of change and the in-display fingerprint sensor provided them with the chance. You could use a fingerprint sensor that is placed under the display, lying flush with the display, not requiring any additional chin or drop-off area.

The disadvantages here do outweigh the advantage, since fingerprint sensors under the display are much slower than the side-mounted fingerprint sensors, especially in budget devices. Even the best of the best sensors will lack the pace that the side-mounted one can give you.

Another issue is accuracy, since, if the in-display fingerprint sensor is the one that uses light to shine the part of your fingerprint, it can be easily copied. Ultra-sonic fingerprint sensors are a bit better, so that is a good thing.

Finally, if you wish to curve your device or just want a tracky feature, the in-display fingerprint sensor could be meant for you. But, for the user who chooses overall use case and function over form, the side-mounted fingerprint sensor should be your choice.

2)  3.5 mm Head-phone Jack

Although, there are three type of Head-phone jack is used in smart-phones such as 2.5mm, 3.5mm and 6.5mm, but,in between these three only 3.5mm jack is popular for used in smart-phones.

The 3.5mm headphone jack is an industry standard audio plug. Most often used for connecting a pair of stereo headphones to your smart-phone or ‘piping’ your audio from your phone to an external amp either in your home or your car or any location.

Dependent on the number of connector rings, headphones can also include a microphone.

The current trend is for mid range or high-end smart-phone flagships to keep out the 3.5mm jack. Because, the headphone support being provide via Bluetooth device.

The prohibition of the 3.5mm jack is separated with smart-phone manufactures claiming that removing the jack saves space inside. Which is allows for thinner phones while eliminating a potential ingress point for water.

Bezel-less display

The common way to recognize of the bezel is as the frame throughout the photograph. On devices, such as smart-phones, tablets, and televisions, the bezel encompasses everything on the front of the devices that isn’t the display.

The bezel adds structural integrity to a device, but it is at odds with the technological trend to create the biggest and best screen possible on those devices. Smart-phones have pushed up against the maximum possible size with phablets like the iPhone Plus series, the XS Max, and the Samsung Galaxy Note models. After all, a phone must fit into the user’s pocket and rest comfortably in the hand. So, to increase screen size, manufacturers must decrease the size of the bezel.

What Are the Benefits of Bezel-Less Devices?

Bezel-less usually refers to less bezel rather than a total lack of bezel. You still need a frame around the screen. It isn’t only for structural integrity, which is important; the bezel houses electronics such as the front-facing camera on smart-phones and tablets.

The crystal clear benefit of decreasing the bezel is an increase in screen size. In terms of width, the increase is usually marginal. But when you replace the buttons on the front of the phone with more display, you can add a equitable amount of size to the screen. 

For example, the iPhone X is only slightly bigger than the iPhone 8, but it has a screen size that is larger than the iPhone 8 Plus. Reducing the size of the bezel allows manufacturers such as Apple and Samsung to offer in bigger screens. And decrease the overall size of the phone, making it more comfortable to hold in your hand.

What Are the Drawbacks to Bezel-Less Design?

When it comes to tablets and televisions, a bezel-less design can be noteworthy. These devices had big bezels compared to what we include on our smart-phones. So making the most of the space can add to the screen size while keeping the dimensions the same size or smaller.

A bezel-less design plays out differently when it comes to smart-phones, especially those that have gone to almost no bezel on the sides such as the Samsung Galaxy S8+. One of the most essential accessories for smart-phones is a case. And when you install a case on a phone like the Galaxy S8+. You lose part of the appeal of that wraparound edge.

The bezel-less design also leaves less room for your fingers to hold the device. Which can lead to accidentally tapping a button or scrolling down a web page when you change your grip. This problem is usually overcome once you get used to the new design, but it can take away from the initial experience.

Dolby Atmos

Dolby Vision HDR imaging and Dolby Atmos sound bring your movies, shows, games, and music to life. Wherever your smart-phone takes you.

Why Dolby?

Following are the reason for choosing Dolby Sound.

Lifelike experience : Delivers amazing realism for both image and sound that’s vivid, nuanced, and powerful.

Automatically optimized : Picture and audio automatically adapt to your smartphone’s display and speakers — or headphones — to deliver the best possible experience.

Cinema technology : Adapted to your smartphone to provide advanced imaging and audio for your home entertainment.

Lots of content : Enjoy a growing number of movies, shows, and games being created for both Dolby Vision® and Dolby Atmos®.

Greater convenience : Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos give you the best picture and sound without having to adjust your settings.

Potential battery savings : Keep your smartphone running longer when you watch Dolby Vision content compared to standard video content.


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