Buying a budget smartphone under £150 is similar to snapping up a bargain bottle of wine. You may not expect much from a budget smartphone costing under £150 but just as a cheap bottle of wine can amaze you by tasting better than a bottle that has cost a whole lot more; several budget smartphones under £150 are stylish, well made and perform as well as more expensive smartphones due to being powered by the same processors.
In 2016 around a third of the worlds smartphone sales will be dual-SIM smartphones. Dual-SIM smartphones are widely used in many countries yet in the UK many people aren't even aware they can get hold of a dual-SIM smartphone. Why? UK mobile phone providers want to attract customers by giving them a 'free' smartphone then lock them into expensive monthly contracts.
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Lenovo was founded in Beijing China in 1984 and went on to become the worlds most successful PC maker. Lenovo turned their attention to making smartphones in 2012 aiming to topple Samsung from their number one spot in China. Lenovo's CEO Yang Yuanqing said 'Lenovo does not want to be the second player. We want to be the best'.
If you’d love an iPhone but are put off by the price tag or do not want to enter into a contract with a service provider, you should consider a Xiaomi smartphone. Xiaomi smartphones are high quality devices with many similar features to iPhones, packaged as sleek attractive devices with prices that are just as tempting as the smartphones. Xiaomi are known as ‘The Apple of China’ due to their smartphones closely resembling iPhones and offering the same high quality.
Fingerprint recognition technology has taken the smartphone market in 2015 by storm. Dominant Smartphone manufacturers such as Samsung and Apple are listening to consumers and adopting emerging technology features such as the fingerprint sensor in many of their 2015 releases.
With all the publications, marketing and reviews of high-end smartphones, it’s never a problem to research and find a smartphone suitable to your needs, but what are often missed by consumers is the emerging cheaper, budget smartphone options.
With Google teaming up with the likes of Huawei, Microsoft launching windows 10 release on the Alcatel Onetouch before the end of 2015, and rumours of Xiaomi Smartphones running on Windows 10. How do you keep tabs on the best buys? Where can you find good solid honest reviews?
In Android circles Asus has been better known for being one of the world’s top three consumer netbook suppliers and award winning developers of motherboards. There laptops and netbooks are renowned for offering unprecedented gaming experiences and all round business performance, catering for both spectrum of users.
Lenovo launched back in 2014 the S90 Sisley. Since its release the handset has been considered a dead ringer for the Iphone6. Attracting a lot devote consumer attention, from anyone who wants all the look and feel of the Iphone6 without the hefty price tag.