Walking into a mobile store, and walking out with the right phone can be challenging for many consumers. Many people walk into mobile stores such as Vodafone, or Belcompany, with a set idea in mind. They’ve done their research online, and are convinced that they are walking into the store, knowing exactly what they want to buy, and how much they want to spend.
This ideal thought, only to be put to the test by the many smartphones they encounter in the stores, and the feeling of how confusing it may be to choose one of the many phones being displayed.
Today, I am here to help you with just that. If you are a Samsung lover and have set your mind to finding the right Samsung phone for you, then by all means, please do keep reading.
In my years as a Sales Advisor, I’ve seen many customers walk into the the stores, looking at the phones that are on display on the walls or stands, some quickly going from one brand to the next, not knowing which brand is best or what to choose.
So in order to point you in the right direction, start off by choosing one brand and how much you are willing to spend on the smartphone of your choice.
When it comes to Samsung, making that choice isn’t an easy task. With so many Galaxy models to choose from, it is understandable that one can get lost. And to help you find your way into the Samsung Smartphone universe, I’ve taken the liberty of splitting up these brands into 3 categories:
High-end, Mid-range, and Low Budget Samsung smartphones.
The Samsung Galaxy S6
When looking for a smartphone, a question that you need to ask yourself is what will you be using the smartphone for.
If you are a frequent user that takes a lot of pictures and want these pictures do be of descent quality, downloads apps, uses internet for browsing on a daily bases, answering emails, or simply someone who is attached to your phone, then you might be a person that requires your phone to be fast, has enough space to store your files and apps. In this case, it may be handy to invest in a high-end smartphone.
And nothing screams high end more than the Samsung Galaxy S6. A design that is made to fit perfectly in your hands, screen just the right size to view all your files, and applications without the need to zoom in, and an internal processor that is so fast that it works seamlessly with the slight touch of your fingers.
This phone was not only designed to look exquisite, but also to provide the power that an everyday user needs.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha
The design, the camera, the processor, and the screen resolution are a few of the things that places this smartphone in the mid-range category compared to the Samsung Galaxy S6. The Samsung Galaxy Alpha was designed for people who wanted quality, but don’t have the budget, or are not willing to spend as much on a smartphone.
Although it has all the necessary features, when compared to the quality of the S6, it becomes clear why this is a md-range phone.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Max
You are not familiar with smartphone, but would like to get introduced to the smartphone world and save money while doing so, or you want to buy a smartphone for your son or daughter who is not old enough to have a high-end smartphone, your usage is simple, you want quality, but it does not have to be the best on the market.
This phone provides just that, it has all the easy to use functions that Samsung provides, just enough memory to download countless apps, and files, a descent camera, front and back, and a basic processor that is just enough for a basic user.
Although being a low budget phone, it is currently the best in class when it comes to Samsung low budget phones.
Well there you have it, a smartphone for every price range, adaptable to various user preference.