I don’t think so. Cameras, user experience, and screen resolutions have gotten to points where I don’t think it is humanly possible to discern any further difference any new enhancements might deliver. I mean, you pretty much need a magnifying glass to see the individual pixels on anything the latest smartphone screens display!
And how much better cameras do we need? If you become any more serious a photographer than the average user equipped with the latest phone, you’d probably be better off getting a real camera.[su_tabs][su_tab title=”Pixel 3a (USD399)” disabled=”no” anchor=”” url=”” target=”blank” class=””]
So, do you really need that new iPhone or Samsung? For what exactly will you be using that extra power for? Me, personally, I’d really consider brands other than those. Take the Google Pixel 3a, for example. For USD400, you get practically the same camera quality and competitive if not superior battery life. What more do you really need, right? The two features tick the boxes as far as the whole point of smartphones!
Be a smarter buyer and not a victim of clever marketing. Check out the facts and not just swallow the hype. When shopping for a smart phone, don’t lose sight of the whole point of having a mobile computing device that fits in your pocket.
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