If you own a smartphone or at least keep up with certain topics of discussion surrounding them, you will notice that a different Android product seems to come out every month. This can make it pretty overwhelming for people looking to purchase an Android product as you may not know which one to buy. This article will list a few, in particular, the Lenovo K4 Note, the Lenovo Vibe S1, and the Samsung Galaxy J7. Hopefully, you will be able to make a conscious decision between these three phones and pick the best one for your purpose. All have their pros and cons, but only one will fully give you the needs you are looking for.
The battery of these three phones is something that always come into the conversation, especially when it comes to a smartphone. What sets the J7 apart from the Lenovo phones is that this battery can be removed while the other two cannot. The K4 note, however, comes with a bigger capacity battery than the S7, but only by very little. The talk time on the two Lenovo phones greatly surpasses that of the J7, as well as music and general use-time. You have to pick your poison with this one but it certainly comes with its share of differences.
The camera quality is pretty important to some, especially considering more and more people are prone to taking pictures of anything nowadays. All three phones come with a 13MP camera with many of the same features, such as geo-tagging, touch focus, and face detection. The only difference between these cameras is the fact that the two Lenovo’s share a dual-LED feature whereas the J7 has a single LED flash. This is a pretty minor difference that will not make much of a quality different in the photos.
Arguably the most important aspect of any smartphone as it will let you know how powerful it is going to be and even what operating system it is going to start with. The K4 Note starts with 5.1.1. (Lollipop), while the J7 starts with 5.1 (Lollipop) and the K1 is on the 5.0 (Lollipop) version. The K1 is actually the only phone with over 1.5ghz of power in its CPU while the K4 leaves much room to be desired with only a 1.3ghz processor.
All in all, there are many different pros and cons to these phones but only one surefire to know which is for you: Try it out and see which one performs to your personal standards.