king for a new non-smartphone but not sure what to buy? AT&T has a great selection of non-smartphones, and we’re here to help you navigate your options and find the perfect fit for you. In this guide, we’ll cover what features to look for in a non-smartphone, the pros, and cons of shopping online, where to find reviews, and how much you can expect to spend. We’ll also touch on some common problems you might encounter when shopping for a new non-smartphone.
What Features To Look For
When shopping for a new non-smartphone, there are a few key features you’ll want to keep in mind. First, consider the operating system. There are two main types of operating systems for non-smartphones: Android and iOS. Android is typically more affordable, while iOS offers a more user-friendly experience.
Next, think about storage capacity. How much storage do you need? 16GB? 32GB? 64GB? Keep in mind that you can always add an SD card for additional storage, so don’t feel like you need to max out your storage capacity right away.
Finally, take a look at the camera specs. Most non-smartphones have decent cameras these days, but if photography is important to you, make sure to find a model with a good camera. megapixels aren’t everything—look for features like optical image stabilization (OIS) and dual LED flash as well.
The Pros And Cons Of Shopping Online
Shopping for a new non-smartphone online has its pros and cons. On the plus side, you’ll have access to a wider selection of phones than you would if you shopped in-store. You’ll also be able to read customer reviews before making your purchase. On the downside, it can be harder to get help if you have questions about your phone, and it may take longer to receive your phone if you shop online.
Where To Find Reviews
Not sure where to find reviews for the phones you’re considering? Start with AT&T’s website—we’ve got reviews for all of our phones right on our product pages. You can also check out sites like CNET Engadget for professional reviews from tech experts. Finally, don’t forget about social media—a quick Twitter or Facebook search will turn up plenty of customer reviews from real people just like you.
How Much To Expect To Spend
Non-smartphones typically range in price from $0-$200 depending on the make and model. If you’re looking for a high-end phone with all the bells and whistles, expect to pay closer to $200. However, there are plenty of great mid-range options in the $100-$150 price range. And if you’re on a budget, there are some great entry-level phones available for under $100.