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This site guides you in choosing your next smartphone

With all the launches and announcements left and right, it’s hard to keep track of all the smartphones available in the market. Thanks to this simple website, choosing your next smartphone might be easier this time around.

The site is just a comparison chart. What’s neat about it is you can put in data as filters if you’re looking for a certain specification on your next device. For example, if you want a phone with at least 16GB storage space then you can adjust the slider and it will eliminate all other devices with less than the set amount of internal storage.

You can set the filters for storage space, RAM, resolution, screen size, weight, and even pricing although it’s in US dollars. It’s important to note that not every device is available here, but still, it’s a pretty helpful tool for scouring through devices.

Additionally, the website doesn’t only feature smartphones. You can switch to different charts like laptops, MP3 players, and even flash drives to compare and help you decide on your next purchase.

It’s pretty easy to navigate so just check it out for yourself.

Kevin Bruce Francisco is the Senior Editor and Video Producer for YugaTech. He's a Digital Filmmaking graduate who's always either daydreaming of traveling or actually going places on his bike. Follow him on Twitter for more tech updates @kevincofrancis.

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6 Responses

  1. iOS forever says:


  2. bifrost says:

    Yea right, I’m sick and tire of iphone fan boys always bragging about how their iphone don’t lag or freeze like android phones do! However that is a lie, I witness an iphone 4 crashed many times and this time I witness it on a youtube video the ultimate proof. Tbh in general in IOS is indeed smoother but that does not mean it doesn’t lag which is my point, so yea everything looks so preety in IOS and all that but please get over your head iphone fan boys your icrap lags just as much or even more than any highend android phone.

  3. kannuchi says:

    Sadly, but true. I’ve tried the best of the best androids, but they really are no match to iOS flawless experience. Now I’m trying Windows phones and I find them as sleek as iOS.

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