It seems we hear about a new phone every week, (many being Android) and numerous of these phones contain the same specs. Many of these phones are usually priced at the $150-$200 range. To the average consumer looking into buying a smartphone for the first time or for a child, this may seem a bit outrageous. Then there are phones priced in the $0.00 to $50.00 range that require new contracts, also called budget phones. The majority of these are Android phones, each running a different operating system version than the last,and to tell you the truth I wouldn’t recommend any of them. If you are interested in a cheap phone, take a stroll on over to Apple’s website.
The iPhone 3GS, while released three years ago, is still a perfect device for those entering into the smartphone world, or for eager young first time smartphone buyers. The phone’s specs and all are moderate and one thing it has over Android is the support. Most Android budget phones usually are equipped with gingerbread and won’t be upgraded anytime soon. But the iPhone 3GS is guaranteed by Apple to be support well into next year as iOS 6 is already supported. If you want a larger view on my opinion, feel free to check out the video below: