Android versus iPhone versus Blackberry, the smartphone debate rages on as each user fan base argues that the device they own reigns supreme. But what if there was no one right answer to the now infamous question, which smartphone is the best? Is the greatest smartphone the one that works the best for you?
When searching for a smartphone, instead of scouring over brands and labels, you should look for features that suit you and your lifestyle best. For example, if you’re searching for a device that has an amazing camera so you can shoot and upload video to YouTube and post pictures on Flickr, then the Nokia Lumia 920, the Nokia Pureview 808, the Sony Xperia SL with Android operating system and the Samsung Galaxy Note II with Android operating system would all be your best bet.
Depending on what operating system that you normally work with and what type of work that you do, the iPhone 5 would be the best work phone for people dealing with Mac OS the majority of the time, and the Samsung Galaxy S III with Android operating system for people constantly working with Google projects. The HTC Windows Phone 8x would work best for people who usually work with Windows products and the new smartphones, based on the BlackBerry 10 operating system software, works best for people who are already used to working with Blackberry phones.
Keeping an eye on new releases and continuously conducting research on smartphones suited for your lifestyle will lead you to the best smartphone. At the end of the day when you take your phone out of your purse or pocket, you want to be comfortable with the choice you made rather than choosing a phone based on something that someone else has said.