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What's the most important thing on a mobile for you?

If you had to single out one thing, what's the most important mobile component for you?

Camera?
Processor?
Display size?
Resolution?
Battery - size/removable?
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Most Useful Answer JanSt  Jun. 5, 2014 at 13:57

Good camera and enough processing power to deal with the piccies.
Screensize? I like to be able to type a quick text one-handedly... So, there's a limit.
Been using a Lumia 1520 for a few days now... excellent phone. Too big.

As to battery: I like to nag about non-removable batteries, but it's not actually top of my list.

Heck. I dislike most phones since the Nokia E71 :p

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matt101101 / MOD  Jun. 5, 2014 at 13:26

There's no one thing, to be honest. A phone with a great display but a crap processor is useless to me, as is a phone with a great camera and a crap display.

I guess SoC and display are what are most important to me, everything else (even battery life) can be average and the phone will still suit most of my needs.

JanSt / MOD  Jun. 5, 2014 at 13:57

Good camera and enough processing power to deal with the piccies.
Screensize? I like to be able to type a quick text one-handedly... So, there's a limit.
Been using a Lumia 1520 for a few days now... excellent phone. Too big.

As to battery: I like to nag about non-removable batteries, but it's not actually top of my list.

Heck. I dislike most phones since the Nokia E71 :p

logiclogic  Jun. 5, 2014 at 16:49

To make a phone call…followed closely by been able to send a text.

krogothnx  Jun. 6, 2014 at 10:49

Definitely has to be removable battery. From the brief time i owned the Xperia Z1, it was painfully obvious that in the two years since my gnex was released, battery efficiency hasn't gotten any better - batteries have just gotten bigger. Why be stuck with one massive internal battery when you can have a pocket of smaller external ones that have comparatively the same amount of power?

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