The constant quest to create the perfect smartphone will never be fulfilled says James Kendrick of ZD Net. Reason being is smartphones are highly personal in nature and what is a turn on for some is often a turn off for others. You like a big screen, I like it small. You don’t care for high res video, but it’s a deal breaker for my next phone purchase.
Thus there can be no generic slather of absolute fulfilment in the shiny metallic devices nor the software running them.
However I’m sure the one thing we all have on our “perfect smartphone” list is better battery life. There. At least we can agree on something.
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