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    Quote Originally Posted by Masafi View Post
    For me, the most important aspects of a phone are memory, screen size, and processing speed. I specifically need these qualities since I tend to use my phone a lot in gaming and watching videos when I am outside my house.
    Moto X 2nd Generation offers these features its only weak point is the camera that offers low quality in the photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judai View Post
    You are right. But compared to ASUS Zenphone 2, the Laser one has better battery life.

    Since you are looking at Lenovo K4 Note, here are is a latest news update:
    It has 4GB of RAM not 3GB as said earlier. It comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Launch date in India is Jan 5th. Carries a price tag of Rs 12,999.00.

    The higher price, if true, could be because of 4 GB RAM, Fingerprint sensor, and Android 6.0.
    The price of Lenovo K4 Note is not that bad. It may price here at PhP9,000-10,000 or 225-250 converted to dollar. Hhmmm.. I think I am going to consider that one.

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    What I most consider in a phone is the keys and browser. It has to have physical keys and be able to connect to Wi-fi net and browser the internet without any problems. Cameras/space etc it's not valuable for me! xD

    I really don't need those kind of things. I only need physicall keys and a good browser. The problem is that that lately they only realease smartphones with touchscreen, and I don't want that s*** for nothing.. They broke really easily and fail a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judai View Post
    You are right. But compared to ASUS Zenphone 2, the Laser one has better battery life.

    Since you are looking at Lenovo K4 Note, here are is a latest news update:
    It has 4GB of RAM not 3GB as said earlier. It comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Launch date in India is Jan 5th. Carries a price tag of Rs 12,999.00.

    The higher price, if true, could be because of 4 GB RAM, Fingerprint sensor, and Android 6.0.
    I always thought that Lenovo did not have a cell division, that is its handset division was Motorola.

    What do you tell me these Lenovo phones are good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinisouz View Post
    I always thought that Lenovo did not have a cell division, that is its handset division was Motorola.

    What do you tell me these Lenovo phones are good?
    Lenovo has a mobile phone division. In fact, in my country, their sales has surged. I often see a lot of people using Lenovo phone.

    I do think it is a great phone. My sister in law uses Lenovo phone. When she bought an iPhone, she doesn't want to let go of her 3-year old Lenovo phone. It is the one Kobe Bryant endorsed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipol12 View Post
    Lenovo has a mobile phone division. In fact, in my country, their sales has surged. I often see a lot of people using Lenovo phone.

    I do think it is a great phone. My sister in law uses Lenovo phone. When she bought an iPhone, she doesn't want to let go of her 3-year old Lenovo phone. It is the one Kobe Bryant endorsed.
    It seems good! I believe Lenovo will not launch its mobile phone line in Brazil as it would compete with the Motorola phones. They are doing quite successfully here, especially MOTO G models.

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    Right now, the best handset to consider is a Lenovo K3 note Plus which plays as an all-rounder. A big screen, decent camera and a poweful processor coupled with 2GB of RAM is all I need. I think its a perfect phone to buy that isn't gonna hurt your pocket much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinisouz View Post
    It seems good! I believe Lenovo will not launch its mobile phone line in Brazil as it would compete with the Motorola phones. They are doing quite successfully here, especially MOTO G models.
    It sounds Brazil is a big market for Motorola. You may be right. Like in my country, Motorola is hardly seen in our market, or I haven't even seen one in a top market in our city, so I think they weren't available here as Lenovo has a huge market here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aimayaram View Post
    For my phone, I prefer it to be :
    - cheap. The price is a big factor for me, as I always think about what will happen if I lose it.
    - fast. I would like to have a maximum amount of RAM. I hope RAM will become a lot cheaper, because my phone is very slow.
    - small and light. I don't want to know a phone is in my pocket, until I need it. I don't need big screens for anything.
    I recommend to you a Windows Phone. Because it is cheapen than other phones. Moreover, it has a light O.S that do not need a big amount of RAM. And about design, there are several available in the market, I think you will adore.

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    But I heard that there are not too many apps in Windows phones and that is an important drawback I think. Android phones are rich in applications and that gives them a definite edge over other models. Yes, you are right that Windows phones are not heavy when it comes to OS functions.

    But Android is still the market leader and it is always better to be with the best in the market. You can have cheaper phones in Android market too I think. You have a lot of options to choose from Android devices unlike Windows and iOS models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by webworld View Post
    But I heard that there are not too many apps in Windows phones and that is an important drawback I think. Android phones are rich in applications and that gives them a definite edge over other models. Yes, you are right that Windows phones are not heavy when it comes to OS functions.

    But Android is still the market leader and it is always better to be with the best in the market. You can have cheaper phones in Android market too I think. You have a lot of options to choose from Android devices unlike Windows and iOS models.
    I do agree that Windows phone are light and not too expensive. But I agree with you that Android is a market leader becaude of lots of functionalities. Therr are lots of free apps and there are more apps available unlike in Windows which are limited.

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    "Which phone should I buy?" This is the single most common question readers like you ask phone reviewers like us every day. We get it -- it can be a challenge, especially with superb choices such as the Samsung Galaxy S6 and iPhone 6S Plus. But depending on your price range and what's available where you live, the new phone you should be getting may not be a flagship -- it could turn out to be the Nokia Lumia 640 or one of the many Motorola Moto Gs.

    On the bright side, options are a good thing, so long as you're armed with the knowledge necessary to make smart shopping decisions. Sit tight as we lay out what you need to know to find the best new device for you.

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