Cellphone Computing Power
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Awhile ago, phones didn’t have the processing power, memory or hard drive space like computers have. They were very slow compared to laptops.  Now, cell phones like the iPhone beat the Mac in computing power.  223 million people own cell phones. Of those who own cell phones, more than 80 million people own an iPhone. The most common break-fix is an iPhone screen repair.

Cell Phones Can Handle Computing Processing Power

Phones now can handle video editing, intense gaming, also spreadsheet and document editing. There are a few cell phones that have docks that can display on a larger monitor, and software to use them as traditional PC’s.

Your phone can access your most important files. It can be a better computer than your computer. Especially if you are paying upward of $1,000 for it. Its computing power should be as good as or even better than a laptop.

For the iOS and Android, the software was created to handle many tasks at the same time. Multitasking is typical of most phones these days. Having one device that containing your whole computing life is becoming more of the norm.

One Brain, Multi-bodied Computing Power

The iPhone is more functionally flexible than the computer now. Although it doesn’t know what a mouse is, it has features like the iPad. The iPhone has split-screen multitasking and full landscape mode. There’s plenty of computing power in the iPhone to handle this. Apple isn’t going the route of having a mouse and keyboard though.

Android manufacturers are creating phones with computing power to interface like Windows or Chrome OS and they have the ability to pair mouse and keyboard like a PC, with calls and notification still popping up when it’s in use as a PC.

What’s Capable with the Computing Power of a Cell Phone

We can all now edit photos using a phone app.  We can display the results on a large monitor and also play videos on any TV.  This can be done without downloading applications or having wireless connections. We now have the ability to leave our cell phone on a dock and keyboard.  Having in this way to be ready to respond to incoming calls and texts. If you’d like to see the computing power of your cell phone, give us a call today at 317-835-9772 today!

Picking a Cell Phone Provider
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Picking a Cell Phone Provider

The are only four cell phone service providers in the United States.  Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile.  Picking a cell phone provider can be narrowed down to these four providers.  They provide cell phones with their service. If you have your own, make sure it is unlocked.

Picking a Cell Service Provider with a light plan

The company Red Pocket is associated with all four of networks.  Red Pocket gives you 1,000 Minutes and 1,000 text for $15 a month on all four networks.

Tello, from Sprint, is $15 a month with 100 minutes, unlimited text.  Also 1GB of LTE data.  You are able to all Canada, Mexico and China.

T-mobiles Mint SIM has a plan for $15 a month, unlimited talk/text with 2GB of LTE data.

Cell Phone Providers with Average plans

Verizon’s Total Wireless has a plan for $35 a month, 5GB unlimited talk/text

AT&T’s Cricket Wireless has unlimited talk/text for $35 a month and 5GB LTE Data

Sprint’s Tello has a plan that is $35 a month with unlimited talk/text and 10GB of LTE data

T-Mobils has Mint SIM for $20 a month, unlimited talk/text and 5 GB of LTE Data

Mint is the “costco” of mobile services, they offer 3, 6 or 12 month packages for their services.  They have discounted prices because of this. Use code “stetsdogg” at checkout.

Picking a Cell Phone Provider with an unlimited plan

Data usage gets de-prioritized after you hit a certain limit.  This is to prevent data usage abuse, or using a plan to replace your home network.

Verizon’ROM mobile $50 a month, unlimited talk/text. Unlimited LTE data.  You become de-prioritized after 20 GB usage

AT&T Straight talk unlimited $55 a month.  This is for unlimited text/talk and minutes.

AT&T Cricket Wireless $55 a month, unlimited talk/text.  unlimited LTE data You become de-prioritized after 22 GB usage

Sprint ROK Mobile $45 a month unlimited talk/text.  Also unlimited data.  You become de-prioritized after 20 GB usage.

Cell Phone Students
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Top 5 Cell Phones For College Students

Students that are headed back to campus next semester might be considering an upgrade to their cell phone. Here is a list of smart phones from the best brands to consider. They are aimed toward the student experience. God forbid the need for an iPhone repair in Indianapolis, but if that is the case, Mobile King is here to serve. We help students all of the time, and we know that these are the top 5 cell phones for college students.

top 5 mobile phones for college students
Samsung S5

1. Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017)

This is the most successful manufacturers of Android phone in America. The 2017 edition does not dissappoint. The Samsung Galaxy J5 has a rear and front facing 13MP camera. Has brilliant clarity on its 720p, 5.2 inch display. Has 16 GB of storage and room for an microSD card. The battery is large also, 3,100 mAh.

iPhone SE2. Apple iPhone SE

The Apple iPhone SE is one of Apple’s most affordable phones. It’s a slimmed down version of the 6S. Pocket friendly and has 32 GB of storage. This Apple has a 4 inch screen, 2GB of RAM and a fast A9 processing chip.
Has a rear facing 12MP camera that can record 4K video and a 1.2MP front facing camera. It performs Facetime calls at 720p. Click here for our iPhone deals.

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Motorola Moto G5

 

3. Motorola Moto G5

This phone carries a budget price. It’s sleek and premium. Having a read facing 15MP camera and a from facing 5MP camera and 3 GB of reliable RAM, we wonder why this phone is so inexpensive?

 

4. Nokia 3nokia 3 top 5 mobile phones for college students

Are you one who cannot keep your phone in your hands? This Nokia 3 is a sturdy phone. It’s a mid price range phone with many features. Has a touch gorilla glass screen, 8MP cameras, front and back. Rapid auto-focus, and 16GB of expandable memory. It’s octa-core processor and 2GB of RAM can handle multiple activities.

 

HTC U Play 15HTC U Play

This is a 5.2 inch powerhouse that comes with HTS’s new Sense Companion person assistant. Reminds you of dates, deadlines and start times for events. The HTC U Play has 4GB of RAM, 16MP camera and 32GB of storage space. Impressive? Very. This is a sturdy phone, it has gorilla glass cover over that 1080p display!

These Top 5 Cell Phones for College Students Are Just Cool

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