Recently I bought my first Android device, a mobile with Android operating system. Being a geek myself Android mobile phone is something I would recommend for every other geek around the globe but people who are not that much enthusiastic about technology can definitely give it a miss.
Why you should not buy an Android device?
Using anreally makes you an addict to the device even if you are not much of a gadget lover. The easy to use interface and tons of Android apps available for every possible kind of use makes you an addict to the Android gadget. I can spend the whole day with this device locked in a room for sure.
Apps Apps Apps
Believe me once you start downloading apps from the Android market you will not stop until and unless the battery is drained or you run out of memory. There are 250,000 apps available on the Android market and once you fall in love with a trial version of Android app you will start the hunt for the full or the paid version of the same.
Heavy data download
If you have bought an Android device recently please don’t be amazed by the increase in data usage of your mobile phone which can definitely drill a hole in your pocket. Android devices download packet data for almost every app, synchronization service and many more similar services. So it’s better to tweak the device in the beginning to regulate the data download or switch to Wi-Fi only option in order to bring down the cost. These days mobile network companies come with some economical data plans too so its better to subscribe those.
Daily more than 500,000 Android mobile phones are sold so you can imagine how popular and common or universal device it is becoming. In the coming months you may notice every second person with an Android if nothing as good as an Android device is launched into the market. Now you might say that a number of devices are launched with the Android operating system daily but most of us go only for the best device in the market which makes that particular device very common among the users.
This is not new in the mobile phone world but new updated version of Android OS are launched at a greater pace than any of its counter parts. This is good as you get more functionally but at the same time some of these updates demand upgrade in hardware too which makes your device obsolete soon. So either you buy a very high-end mobile or miss the update completely.
Tell me what do you think about the Android monopoly?