Are Cheaper Phones Really Better?
There are hundreds of phones to choose from, all placed on a spectrum of prices. Some are highly expensive and come with fancy features while
others are cheaper and more affordable. But are the cheaper phones worth the less money they cost? Despite their low costs, do they still offer good
services and features that other phones that more high-tech simply charge more for?
There are many new phones on the market that are fancy and elegant. Of course one of the most popular phones on the market now is the Blackberry
Bold 9700 which includes a touchpad and a large screen, as well as e-mail and Internet capabilities, making it ideal for the busy working man or
woman. Its 32 GB of memory and its GPS services and Wi-Fi capabilities make it a high-priced and high-demand phone.
Similarly, the Palm Pre Plus is on the spectrum of higher priced phones, including a 3 megapixel camera, bluetooth, a touchscreen, 3G mobile hotspot,
VZ navigator, and a QWERTY keyboard, as well as Palm webOS. Though pricey, the sleekness of the elegant phone makes it highly appealing to
those who like fashionable and eye-pleasing devices. Another expensive but popular buy is the Droid Eris, which includes a touch screen, speech
recognition, Skype mobile, and Wi-Fi. All of these phones are expensive, even with contracts, and have high termination fees, that would make getting
out of the contract result in hundreds of dollars in fines.
However, inexpensive contract phones are just as sleek looking and equipped with features these days, making them worthy of the buy. The LG
Rumor, for example, is a Sprint phone that is loaded with features and class. With its fancy slide-out key pad ideal for texting to its smartphone
capabilities, such as Internet access, e-mail services, and 1.3 megapixel camera and video recorder, it is ideal for many uses.
Also, the Verizon Wireless CDM8975 is fairly affordable and comes with a 1.3 megapixel camera, bluetooth, family locater, removable memory, and V
CAST music, making it perfect