Choosing a phone is a responsible process that requires a certain approach. The choice of phone should be approached as closely as possible, because it is unlikely to have the opportunity to change it every week.
Today on the store shelves you can seeDifferent phone models, which differ not only in color and functions, but also in the presence or absence of buttons. In the market at the moment, most of all it is sensory models of phones, but also buttons are enough. In this regard, very often you can hear the dilemma - which phone to choose a touch or button?
Select a phone
The final choice should be made based onSet of the most various nuances. First of all, it is necessary to understand - whether you can live with a new screen and also work well with it. Of course, the fear of the new exists in almost everyone and, first of all, it is conditioned by natural instincts. The older generation is better to choose the button phones, because it's much easier to work with them (calls and sms can be sent by the usual push of a button), while with a touch phone you need to figure it out.
The second reason is directly related to the sensor itself</a>, Because it does not always work well, at that timeLike buttons, always work as it should. Today there are two types of sensors: resistive and capacitive screen. Resistive sensors respond to any pressure. The first touch phones had this kind of screen. It should be noted that this screen had two films. When you click on the top, a certain signal was given, which eventually read the program. Such a film was often scratched and dirty, because sometimes it was necessary to press very hard on the screen. As a result, the phone lost its original look. A new generation of phones has a capacitive screen, which reacts exclusively to conductors of currents (fingers, stylus, etc.). Such a touch screen is easy enough to use (you do not have to press your fingers hard to let the phone react), but you need to understand that such screens have a thin glass that can break.
From the latter follows the following reason for choosing. A person can drop the touch phone. If his screen breaks, then the phone will be impossible to use, which means you need to treat these phones very carefully. Push-button phones, for the most part, in case of a broken screen, retain their own functions and if you need to call this phone with a broken screen, you can do it simply by pressing the buttons.
The latter is the inconvenience of using sensoryPhones for people with big fingers. Most often, the touch screen is pre-programmed for a certain size of icons that can not be changed (unless you reflash or use other special software), and if these icons are small, then you can click on other icons simultaneously, which causes additional inconvenience.