Free Upgrade What to Choose ??...

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  1. NorPlan

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    :oops:o_O Have a Free Upgrade coming up and my Present Cellphone is Nolonger Offered.. I'm not Tech Savvy, just need something to Talk / Text and Take the Occasional Picture.. Don't send Emails or Web Search..lol... Curious as to what would be a Favorite Pick ?? Definitely Not Changing my Plan with our Carrier.. Listed are the 4 Choses Offered..

    (1) Huawei Y6

    (2) ZTE Grand X Plus

    (3) Sony Xperia M4 Aqua

    (4) LG G Stylo

    Just Asking , Curious is All if Anyone care to Reply.. .?? ;):)
     
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    If you don't use web or emails, why a smartphone? I'd have a small flip phone that texts, calls and pictures.


    I have no knowledge of any of these phones.
     
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    Generally Recipions prefer to be Texted than a Phone Call..lol... As one who Suffers from the Occasional Fat Finger Syndrome.. A Flip Phone just Don't Cut It.. :eek:
     
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    All of those phones seem to be mid-level or low-level, based on the names. I'm not familiar with any of them either. If you're not doing anything other than calling, texting, and the occasional picture, I'd look for some reviews of the cameras of each of them online. Whichever one has the best reviews on its camera is the one I'd suggest for you. All of the other specs won't really matter much at all if you just want to call and text and take some pictures.

    Reception strength might be another thing to check reviews for, but other than that, with the uses you've described, you don't really need much in the way of specs.
     
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