Pros:8 megapixel camera, iCloud, HD resolution, Siri
Cons:Not a heavy battery life and high pricing.
The Bottom Line: (India) Is worthy buying only for the sake of style and brand name.
(Others) Must Buy.
Late Mr. Steven Paul Jobs, former CEO, Apple Co. brought a upheaval by introducing his hi-tech and probably the only available branded touch phone of its time, the Apple iPhone. It went on to become world’s most eminent phone and was featured in the very famed Time magazine. Apple went on upgrading the features of the phone and thereby releasing a new version of the phone almost every year starting from 2007 till date. Undoubtedly it’s an incredible phone but now its esteem is just because of its brand name. In India, it’s seen in the hands of either the youths or the fans of Apple Co. But forthrightly speaking it’s just a status symbol. Its main feature being Siri, the voice recognition system, is again a revolution but unfortunately doesn’t work in India. This clearly means it has no major difference except to some extent the screen resolution, the camera and its Apple sharing feature, the iCloud. Being priced to around 40k at the very moment its not proving worthy of what it was dreamt of being. With many other phones in the market having better features are priced far less than that of “Mr. iPhone 4s”. Its best contenders can be Nokia Lumia 800, Nokia N8, Samsung Galaxy Note and many more. Moreover it has an average battery life that means the fear of your running out of battery always remains stuck in your head like baffling furtive. All the above said is not to dissuade one from buying this wonderful phone but it’s just to inform customers that before choosing this one impetuously do have a look at the whole range of phones available in the market.
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