There are a lot of android phones available in the market and choosing the perfect phone is more of a nightmare. It is not just a hassle, but there are just too many options available to pick from. Even if you have a limited budget and specifications figured out as well, the narrowed choices still don’t make it any easier.
Google has a solution for you in the form of “Which Phone,” a personal phone selector that helps you find the perfect Android device suiting your needs. The tool will ask you what do you use smartphone primarily for. Along the way it also asks a couple more questions to narrow down the search and in the end it gives a bunch of suggestions to you.
What is interesting is about the suggestions that Google’s phone finder tool showed as they were nearly all latest generation flagship devices. The results that were displayed to us included Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy S6, LG G4 and Nexus 6. We have tried through repeated attempts to get similar results with a couple of changes, such as Motorola Droid Turbo.
If you set a price range, you get to choose from high, low and mid ranges. After that it will provide you with different kind of variety such as Alcatel, HTC Desire, and even Kyocera Brigadier. Never heard that one before, but if Google knows that it is an Android phone we need to have then, we trust the search engine giant.
There are even options to select a carrier, short list by sizes, and a separate option to just limit the phone finder to latest phones.
It is really helpful to smartphone buyers to buy the best phone suited to them among tons of Android options at their disposal. The site also shows the specification sheet of the devices to aid you as well.
So now coming down to the big question whether you trust the search engine giant for your next Android device selection? With this tool the challenge to figure out the next smartphone has reduced a bit.