Whether you’re looking to buy a new phone or hoping to upgrade your current phone via a phone contract, it will be hard to get approved for a deal when you have a poor credit score. In this case, your option may be to look for the best no credit check phone deals instead. To help you compare no credit check phones and find the most suitable deal perfect for your needs, here are a few tips and tricks you might find useful:

Know how much you can afford

Before anything else, it’s crucial that you examine your budget and know how much you can afford. Remember you’re not just buying a new phone upfront but you’re going to get tied to a 24-month phone contract. That means a fixed monthly fee for two years. Considering that your credit score is already bad as it is, you don’t want to risk getting a phone contract you can’t afford in the end.

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Know which handset will suit your needs

The next step is to know which handset is perfect for your needs without going beyond your budget. To do this, you must research key features you’d prefer. From the camera to battery life, processor, screen size and more, these are things to consider when shopping around for the best handset.

Know which phone bundle is perfect for you

Aside from the handset, you’ll also need to compare your phone bundle options. In order to save money on your phone bill for long term, it’s crucial to pick a bundle plan that meets your call, text and data needs perfectly. To kick off your search, you can head over to phonesworld.co.uk for exciting, generous bundle plans.

Know your provider

You’re not going to get the best no credit check phone unless your provider isn’t the best. Make sure to take your time to research your provider. Know your provider’s track record, for one. You can also read customer reviews to get a more realistic view of your provider’s services, prices and coverage.

Know more about hidden fees

Finally, don’t close a contract deal unless you know more about hidden fees. Other than the advertised monthly fees for your no credit check phone deal, you need to dig deeper by investigating hidden fees. For more info on said fees, you can go directly to your provider to ask or you can always take time to read the small print.

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One of the best things about being an Android user is the fact that your smartphone choices are wide and vast as opposed to Apple or Window Phone’s limited choices. If you’re looking to get your hands on a new Android phone this year and you’re hoping to snag one of the best available in the market, you’re in the right place. To help you shop for the best Android phone of 2016, here is a list of exciting Android phones to choose from:

1. Samsung Galaxy S7

Samsung recently launched its flagship phone for 2016 and the Galaxy S7 couldn’t be more impressive. Packed with key features from the S6 and more, the powerful and polished phone is one if not the best Android phone you can get your hands on this year. There are not a lot of differences from the Galaxy S6 but the few tweaks it does have created an all-around phone that’s hard to beat. From its polished design to excellent camera, powerful processor and longer battery life, the phone is simply awesome. Sure it’s costly but should be worth every penny considering what you’ll get in exchange.

2. LG G5

Another Android phone that’s been creating a lot of buzz and a huge splash is the LG G5. The phone is LG’s follow-up to last year’s ultra successful LG G5. Among the key features to look forward to includes the phone’s beautiful and sleek design with 5.3-inch Quad-HD display. The phone’s camera is also pretty impressive featuring a 16MP rear camera with optical image stabilization. Unlike the Galaxy S7, the LG G5 will have a removable battery and a slot for microSD. Furthermore, the LG G5 will be the brand’s first ever modular-design phone. It’s not just a phone but it doubles as a digital camera too.

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3. Nexus 6P

In case you’re looking for a big phone to buy, look no further than the Nexus 6P. It’s huge in size and packed with key features that make it a great value phone. When Nexus phones used to sport unimpressive camera, the Nexus 6P is a step up from the usual. In fact, the phone boasts an excellent camera that comes handy for everyday documentation. The phone also has a great build quality not to mention pure Google software that makes it a good choice to consider especially if you prefer the big, phablet-sized smartphones.

4. HTC One M10

At this point, most of what we know about the HTC One M10 are just rumors but by the looks of what we’ve seen and heard so far, HTC is gearing up to turn things around this year. The HTC One M9 was not as huge a success as expected. This year, HTC hopes to change that by creating a new phone that boasts an all-new metal frame design complete with key features that are meant to rival with LG G5 and Samsung Galaxy S7. This could mean that the phone may feature a fingerprint scanner, faster processor and better camera.

5. 2016 Moto X

Last but certainly not the least, we have here the 2016 Moto X. This is the 4th generation offer from the original Moto X series. It’s not your usual great value, affordable Android phone from Motorola. Instead, the Moto X is a mid-range smartphone featuring impressive features that make it a worth rival against the four Android phones on this list. There are little details about the phone as of not but from what we’ve seen from the leaks, the phone will be sporting a massive camera, sleek metal design and more.

 

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There’s no denying the fact that Samsung has been holding its own against big rivals such as Apple’s iPhones. Last year was a successful year for Samsung you’d think it will be hard for the brand to top Galaxy S6’s awesome reception and huge success. But then the brand came up with the Galaxy S7. Newly launched this month, the Galaxy S7 has already been dubbed as the all-around phone to beat this year. Sure, the phone still has a few bad features but the positive features are just going to overweigh most of them.

If you’re thinking of upgrading your S6 to the S7 or you’re switching from iPhone to a Galaxy S7, this quick review on Samsung’s latest flagship masterpiece should help you decide.

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The Good

Let’s start off with the design and overall look. Samsung used to create high-end smartphones that doesn’t look like it matches its price. That changed last year when the Galaxy S6 looked sleek and every inch worth of its costly price tag. This year, Samsung is bringing it a step further with the S7’s polished design. The phone features a 5.1-inch screen with curved back and sides for better grip not to mention a more luxurious appearance.

Then there’s the awesome camera that are designed to capture excellent images and record high quality videos. For a phone camera, it’s beyond impressive. And considering that it will easily fit in your pockets, most average users no longer need to bring bulky DSLRs if we want to document anything at anytime. The S7 features 12MP rear camera that works well outdoors as well as indoors.

And let’s not forget about the long battery life. With iPhone 6S’s less than impressive battery, Samsung S7 continues to put a cramp on its biggest rival phone. With the S7, you won’t have to carry your charger or some bulky power banks to ensure you’ll never run out of power. The S7’s battery has enough power to last you throughout the day even if you’re constantly taking videos and pictures.

In addition, S7 remains waterproof and it has a microSD storage slot plus there’s fast and wireless charging option other rival phones cannot offer.

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The Bad

With plenty of winning key features, it’s clear as day that the Galaxy S7 is a sure winner if you’re planning to buy one. But it’s not without its disadvantages or some bad points either. It’s not perfect and among the downsides worth noting include the fact that the phone is annoyingly smudgy not to mention reflective. If you’re all about the appearance as I certainly am, you’ll get ticked off looking at smudges all over the S7 shiny metal backing. You’ll have to constantly clean it unless you’re going to cover it up with a trustee case.

Another downside is the non-removable battery. Just like the Galaxy S6, the S7 ditched the removable battery feature that we got used to in the Galaxy S5. It’s not a major bad point but it can be a factor for many who prefer a removable battery.

The Verdict

Fast, powerful and polished, the Galaxy S7 phone has all the bells and whistles a typical Samsung phone user is looking for. It also has a set of key features that may lure users who prefer rival phones. While it has a few downsides, the Galaxy all in all is indeed the phone to beat this 2016. From the design to performance, camera and battery life, the Galaxy S7 easily stands out from the competition.

 

 

Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 is still a long way from its release but there is no shortage when it comes to rumors about the new iPhone. We’ve sifted through the rumors and created this concise but jam-packed guide to tell you everything you need to know about the phone. Maybe you’re stuck between choosing the Galaxy S7 and the iPhone. We hope this guide will help make the purchase or wait until September when the iPhone 7 is released.

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Release Date

If Apple sticks to tradition and the usual schedule, it is likely that the iPhone 7 will be released on September 2016. But then we also have to consider some rumors from apparently a reliable source that Apple may veer off from the usual this year. There’s a chance that we might see the iPhone 7 earlier than September, which if true is good news for all iPhone fans.

Price

When it comes to the price tag, you can expect that iPhone 7 will come at a cost. We’re talking about Apple and iPhone after all. There are no rumors yet about the phone’s cost but if Apple follows the usual pattern, the phone may cost at least £539 upwards.

Design

When it comes to design, the iPhone 7 is set to feature a lot of changes. From the rumors and leaks that we’ve gathered, it is likely that the iPhone 7 may be slimmer than the iPhone 6S. The phone is also believed to sport a sleeker, all-metal design. According to another reliable source, Apple may make the next iPhone waterproof and dust-resistant, which means an iPhone built to last.

Screen

If sources were right and the rumors are on point, we can expect iPhone 7 to boasts a significant improvement in terms of screen resolution. Not that the iPhone 6S was bad, it was just not at par with what the rivals were offering. To keep up with the competition, Apple may adapt the glass-on-glass screen, which means that it’s very possible we’ll see an iPhone with 4K display.

Camera

Last year’s iPhone sported significant improvements on its camera. Instead of the 8MP camera, the iPhone 6S sported an all-new 12MP rear camera while the front camera also enjoyed a boost of up to 5MP. Apple, it looks like, will be sticking with the same set of camera features for the iPhone 7. There will be a tweaks maybe like optical image stabilization but the rumors are vague on this area yet.

Battery

As or the battery, we’ll just have to wait and see in the coming weeks and months. There are no details whether the new iPhone 7 will have improvements on its camera. But considering that many were disappointed with iPhone 6S’s battery, Apple may step up its battery game this time around. Again, we’ll just have to wait and see for more details to pop up as the rumored launch date approaches.

 

Power

There are rumors that the iPhone 7 will feature the A10 chip for its processor. If true that iPhone users are in for a significant performance boost. When it comes to RAM, Apple is likely to stick with 2GB just like the iPhone 6S.

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OS

Rumors are scarce when it pertains to the upcoming Apple OS. Some believed that Apple may be unveiling iOS 10 along with the launch of the iPhone 7. If that’s the case then Apple users really have a lot to look forward to this year. As for the details of what the iOS 10 will feature, the rumors are few and the whispers not loud enough.