15 Top Smartphones Tested And Ranked
Welcome to T3’s roundup of the very best smartphones money can buy. We only include the best phones in this list, so you can be sure you’re always getting the very latest cutting edge tech.
This app isn’t very helpful. You can only select locations that are nearby. The map is a joke. It has no points of interest or anything of use unless you just want to know where a particular highway is located. This app is always on for some reason. On top of all that, there are multiple reviews saying the same thing and it hasn’t been fixed yet. I still don’t understand the point of having this app. This is an old review from a previous version and nothing has been changed as far as I’m concerned. 2015 HERE branded maps. 2015? Google may be your competition but you seriously need to collaborate with them. This app is dead to me.
Spending a lot of time connected to your phone only becomes a problem when it absorbs so much of your time it causes you to neglect your face-to-face relationships, your work, school, hobbies, or other important things in your life. If you find yourself ignoring friends over lunch to read Facebook updates or compulsively checking your phone in while driving or during school lectures, then it’s time to reassess your smartphone use and strike a healthier balance in your life.
While heavy phone use can often be symptomatic of other underlying problems—such as stress, anxiety, depression, or loneliness—it can also exacerbate these problems. If you use your smartphone as a security blanket” to relieve feelings of anxiety, loneliness, or awkwardness in social situations, for example, you’ll succeed only in cutting yourself off further from the people around you. Staring at your phone will deny you the face-to-face interactions that can help to meaningfully connect you to others, alleviate anxiety, and boost your mood. In other words, the remedy you’re choosing for your anxiety (engaging with your smartphone), is actually making your anxiety worse.
Thanks to a number of teasers and leaks, we already have a sense of what’s to come from the major Chinese company. Xaiomi is widely expected to launch the Redmi 5A, the successor to the Redmi 4A. The phone has already been selling in China for 599 Yuan (or approx Rs 6,000). However, the company might bring the price down further in India in an aim to reach to as many as users. Evidently, Xiaomi might launch the device below Rs 5000, making the entry-level phone accessible to a large section of the population.