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Which Phone Now?

Choosing the correct kind of gadget could be frustrating, especially for the type of people who by nature, are innately suspicious. Adding this to the fact that every business in town is nowadays trying to knock you off a few more cents to demonstrate business prowess, some people are likely to resign to wanting a new phone. Well, before you get paranoid and all, consider a few tips to guide you on this tumultuous, yet important path. These are the bare basics that any individual almost gracing the 3rd decade of the 21st century should have at their fingertips, if not tongue tip. Do Background Research Well, it goes without saying that if you want an iPhone, you should first of all have an idea what this kind of phone looks like, how it operates, and what to expect once you own it. Wanting something without knowing its full capabilities is like having a chicken that you are never gonna put to soup simply because you have no idea that at some point in time, chicken is supposed to b

The Familiar Giant: Nokia

While many may have rubbished off Nokia smartphones after their relaunch under HMD Global in 2016, the smartphone maker has certainly lived up to expectations. Nokia's re-acquisition after it was sold out to Microsoft in 2014 now promises good tidings to Nokia lovers who at first felt disdained by the entry of Windows OS into their handsets. Now Nokia boasts of a revamped range of mid-range to high end phones that are competing among industrial leaders such as Apple's iPhone and Samsung gadgets. For example, Nokia 9 PureView - that has 5 cameras equipped with ZEISS optics - and Nokia 8 Sirocco have already made positive impressions in a market that is rather crowded. Nokia 9 PureView is already a strong competitor to iPhone XR, posing better RAM and battery life, albeit by a small margin. This Nokia phone is also lighter,  and notably has an in-display fingerprint sensor as opposed to iPhone XR. Nokia 9 PureView rare Cameras |  source: