Top buying guide secrets have been revealed. There are 4 things to consider and other things to look for in a mobile phone before buying from Jumia Nigeria.
1. Phone Processor (CPU): Phone processors are the basic instruction that drives your smart phone. The clock speed of a processor is the rate at which a processor executes a task and is measured in Gigahertz (GHz). GHz means 1 billion cycles per second. A higher number of GHz means a faster running phone, but usually it also means lower battery duration and a more expensive phone. It is preferable to buy a phone with a lower number of processing speed (GHz) which also has the current CPU’s like Quad Core to avoid low battery duration.
2. Operating System: A mobile phone operating system is simply a software that allows smartphones, tablets and other devices to run applications and programs. Examples of mobile phone operating system are Apple iOS in Jumia Nigeria, Android phones in Jumia Nigeria, Research in Motion’s Blackberry OS in Jumia Nigeria and Microsoft’s Windows Phone OS in Jumia Nigeria. We advise you to go for the latest versions of any operating system of your choice and you can always update using the internet browser.
3. Ram: Ram is simply the storage capacity of a phone. If you want a phone that can store the whole information, pictures, or music in Nigeria. It’s up to you to make that choice. Just remember that the higher the ram, the higher the storage capacity. Go for the ones in GB, avoid the MB storage capacity.
4. Camera: The higher the megapixel (MP) of a phone, the better the pictures in the phone. Based on an in-depth testing and photo comparisons, the Samsung Galaxy S7 is the best camera phone around, but Apple’s New iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus aren’t far behind. For now, the Galaxy S7 reigns supreme. Its 12 – megapixel dual – pixel sensor is a first in smartphones, enabling superfast auto focus so you never miss a shot. Large micro pixels and a wide f/1.7 aperture let in more light than before for bright, vivid and sharp photos especially in low – light conditions.