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Hunt For The Perfect Smartphone

Is your phone smart? Is your phone smart enough to be the perfect smartphone? Is there any phone out there that is eligible to be crowned as the "Perfect Smartphone"? The answer is still the same - No!

Technology is at its peak and so are smartphones. They keep evolving almost every year. From top-notch hardware specs to the latest software updates and OS, everything is top of the class. To mention a few, there are gorgeous 1080p Super AMOLED screens, mighty Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processors, Adreno 430 GPU, 4 GB of RAM, 64 to 128 GB of ROM, laser autofocus cameras, NFC, Quick Charging and whatnot. The list is pretty big. But then the question arises - "Why isn't there a perfect smartphone yet?"

The answer is simple. There are one or more flaws in almost every smartphone. Take any smartphone and see it for yourself. Samsung Galaxy S6 has such a gorgeous display with top of the class specs. But the battery life is poor. One Plus Two or the "Flagship Killer" indeed has killer specs, but its invite system sucks. You need to have an invite to be able to buy this smartphone. And trust me - this is pretty frustrating. Plus, there is no NFC or SD card slot. I don't think there is a single soul out there who doesn't love stock Android, and voilĂ ! Here comes Nexus 6. Unfortunately, the screen is way too big. And by big, I mean really big! I am pretty sure that you must have got the bigger picture by now.

The hunt for the perfect smartphone is still on and most probably will never end. Being satisfied with whatever we have might be the only solution to it. Are you satisfied with you smartphone? Think again!


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