Deciding Between iPhone and Android Phones

Over the last two decades, Reagan Wireless has established itself as one of the leading distributors of wholesale cellphones in and around Deerfield Beach, Florida. Led by a staff of knowledgeable industry experts, including Daniel Kaufman,President and CEO,Reagan Wireless provides customers with all of the top brands, including Apple and Samsung.

In recent years, the market for smartphones has greatly expanded, leaving some customers overwhelmed with the number of choices. Apple’s line of iPhones and the Samsung Android models have emerged as the dominant forces in the industry, but that still leaves shoppers with a decision to make. Before purchasing any smartphone, there are a few questions you can ask yourself that will lead you to the right product. Two potentially major points of consideration are how invested you are in the Google and Apple universes. Android phones will represent an easy transition for users with Gmail and Google Docs accounts, while Mac owners who value their iTunes library would be better off with an iPhone.

If you’ve yet to commit yourself to Google or Apple, the field is still wide open. Ask friends and family if they use either product–not only will you get honest feedback on each device, but messaging and calling between two iPhones or two Androids is easier and cheaper. Finally, if you are planning to use the phone for business purposes, you may not have a choice in the matter. Consult with your IT department to see if they prefer one model over the other, or if one of the devices is prohibited from accessing the corporate network.

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