Buying a new smart phone these days has suddenly gotten very complicated. Not only do you have to decide on a carrier before getting started, you also have to to decide if you want an iPhone, a Blackberry, a Windows phone or an an Android. The iPhone part is easier than the others, you only have a few models to choose from. If you want one of the others though, the available choices can be mind boggling.
Lucky for you a relatively new website can help you make a smart choice that is customized specifically for your needs and budget.
Pop on over to GeekaPhone.com and start out by setting your budget. Then you can start adding the features that you want. As you add features, the site will tell you which make and model phone has what you want for the price that you want to pay.
You can look at the phone’s specs and features, read reviews and in some cases watch videos about the phone.
A look at their “About” page shows what they are trying to accomplish:
- Aggregating all the data necessary to make informed decisions
- Allowing users to discover the right product without being an expert
- Making all the data understandable
- Turing all the data into objective measurements
- Personalizing the whole experience to the user
I’d say that they have done a good job of accomplishing their goals. What do you think?
And by the way, here is a link to an article I wrote a few years ago that will give you the links to two good resources to help you make that all important carrier decision…a decision that HAS to be made first before buying a phone. http://realtytechbytes.com/what-cell-phone-should-i-buy