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Smartphones are supposed to make our lives easier. With the right smartphone you can manage e-mails and appointments, get directions. Track your exercise and what you eat, shop, share information with friends, listen to music and watch movies. So why is finding the right smartphone so confusing?

Many people feel stupid when choosing a smartphone. Which platform is the best, Android or iPhone? Are you able to find the best deal on the phone you want when not every cell phone carrier sells or works with all models?

How can you avoid paying for minutes or data plans you never use? How can you avoid overcharges? Which phones have features worth skipping and which features are must-haves? Do you even need a regular smartphone or cell phone?

Smartphones don’t come cheap (and neither are the plans they sometimes require), so taking the time to do a little research first and figure out what you need, want, and can do without, is well worth it.

We’ll show you how to narrow down your options, find the right phone, carrier and plan for you so you end up with the right smartphone—and maybe even some cash left in your pocket. With these five tips for choosing the right smartphone, you’ll leave the phone shop with the right phone and feeling totally smart.

1. Make sure you really need a smartphone

This seems like a pretty silly statement, but the first step in choosing the right smartphone is making sure you really need it. Smartphones are expensive, and so are the coverage plans they require.

It’s easy to use up more data than your plan allows and end up costing you expensive overages. Even if you don’t go, you can pay for the data plan you rarely use.

So how do you know if you need a smartphone? Take a look at how you are using your current cell phone. Maybe you only use your phone to talk and text occasionally. – 5 Tips for Choosing the Right Smartphone.

If you already have a GPS system and an MP3 player, you can make do with a regular phone that doesn’t offer music or directions. You probably don’t want e-mail on your phone. Getting a smartphone often means having immediate access to work email, social media and the Web. Not everyone wants to connect.

On the other hand, think about how you want to use your phone. If you hate missing out on the latest tweets, updates from friends, and news, then a smartphone might seem precious to you.

If your job requires you to be connected around the clock, providing immediate responses to emails and questions, a smartphone makes sense. You probably already have an MP3 player and a GPS, but having all of these features in one handy device can make life easier and less messy.

Finally, if your lifestyle involves long commutes on public transportation, or if you often have a lot of downtime when you’re out in public, a smartphone can help you pass the time.

2. Find the Right Operator

Cell phone companies are almost as confusing as the phones they offer. They each have different plans, work with different phone manufacturers and have different levels of service and coverage.

You also have to decide if you are willing to pay while using the smartphone, or if you want to be locked into a contract. Having a contract can save you money, but it means sticking with that cell phone company for years. If you choose the wrong company or plan and sign the contract, you’re stuck.

To find the right cell phone company, check which company has the best coverage where you live. Having a great smartphone means nothing if you can’t connect to the Web or are constantly dropping calls.

Check out the coverage maps available on any mobile carrier’s website. Apart from making sure the area you are in has good coverage, make sure the network you want is available in your area.

Smartphones tend to work best on faster 3G and 4G networks. If only slower networks are available in your area, you may want to look for another carrier to get the most out of your phone. You should also ensure good coverage in areas where you frequently travel.

Also check out consumer reviews on the coverage offered by different networks in your area. A cell phone company may have a network where you live. But the real users are the ones who will let you know how strong the signal tends to be, and if calls can drop.

If a carrier appears to have great coverage in your area but actual customers say otherwise, take your business elsewhere.

You will also want to compare the various prices and plans offered by carriers in your area. Finding the best price and plan combination is crucial to our next tip. Keep reading to find out what it is.

3. Set Your Budget

When you decide how much to spend on a smartphone you have two costs to consider, the price of the phone and the price of the plan. The price of the Phone is a one-time fee. Cell phone companies also tend to offer lots of promotions and discounts, so the phone you want may be less expensive than you think.

In some cases, if you sign up for a specific plan, the phone is free. Before setting your heart on a particular phone, make sure the price fits within your budget. – 5 Tips for Choosing the Right Smartphone.

In most cases, your smartphone plan will be a bigger expense than your cell phone. Let’s say you need to own a certain phone and you’re okay with paying $600 for it without a discount.

Plans for the phone can run for two years, costing over $100 a month. You guys could end up paying four times as much for a plan than a phone.

Before spending all that money every month, think about how you want to use your phone. If you plan on using it mainly for talking and texting, with only a little E-mail or web surfing, see if you can find a plan with less data.

If you are constantly online and want to download apps, games and movies, you will definitely want to get more data. Other parts of the plan to consider include if unused data, text.

And talk of the minutes rolling over from month to month, or what the penalty for breaking the contract is. If, for example, you step out of a cell phone carrier’s coverage area, you don’t want to have to pay hundreds of dollars just to get out of your contract.

4. Find the Right Operating System

For many people, choosing the right smartphone is a matter of choosing the right operating system. The smartphone operating system is the platform it uses to run various programs. While they can all pretty much connect you to the Web, e-mail, phone calls and texts, each has its own strengths and weaknesses.

Four of the most common operating systems for smartphones today are Apple’s iOS, which runs the iPhone, Google’s Android System, Microsoft Windows Mobile and Research In Motion’s Blackberry OS.

Unless you’re a technophile, you probably won’t notice the difference in how each of these systems operates. What you will notice, however, is the availability of different programs and apps across multiple platforms.

If you plan to use a lot of apps on your smartphone, you might want to avoid Blackberry. The Blackberry OS is great for using e-mail and Web browsing, but it doesn’t have as many applications as other browsers.

If you want lots of apps, iPhone is your best bet. Apple’s app store is the biggest in the world. The downside of Apple OS is that it is only available on Apple iPhones. Android powered phones are quickly making ground against Apple where apps are concerned, and the Android operating system is available on a wide variety of phones.

So it’s easier to find one that suits your life exactly. A Windows mobile phone is good to get if you plan to do a lot of work on your phone.

Since it runs the mobile version of Windows, which you probably already have running on your computer, you can easily view and work on spreadsheets and documents right on your phone.

5. Play-Play

Once you’ve decided on your phone’s budget, operating system, carrier, and plan, you have one task left deciding on the phone. Take your time on this. You might end up owning a phone for two years, taking it everywhere with you and using it more than any other tool. You need to make sure the actual phone fits your life.

See all the phones that the carrier you are going to have in your price range and with the operating system you want. Think about the tasks you plan to do using your phone, and try it on a demonstration phone at the store.

See how comfortable the keyboard is, and how easy it is to switch between apps. If the phone has a trackball or touchscreen, see if it’s easy to use or if you keep clicking on the wrong things. – 5 Tips for Choosing the Right Smartphone.

Make sure the phone fits comfortably in your hand, as well as your pocket or purse. Also make sure you like the look of the phone after all, it will be your constant accessory. Put the phone to your ear and make sure it’s comfortable too.

If you know people who have the phone you’re interested in, ask them about it. Also read online user reviews to see if the phone has any issues like getting hot after prolonged use, or breaking easily.

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