Yet to Cover Many Distances

Though Androids are multitasking and known for ease of notification, diverse photo options, google maniac and are able to install a modified ROM still it has many lacunae which need to be taken care of for better performance.

Continuous Internet connection – Most of the Android phones necessitates an active continuous internet connection which means the user must have GPRS packet to meet the demand.
Advertising –The easily and freely available apps displays ads always which irritates the most.
Hangs a lot: Android phones are well-known for repeated lagging and hanging and thereby irritates a lot.
Drain battery: Android drains battery very fast. A few minutes of work with the phone may drain a large percentage of the battery. This is why customer feel like android are worse than any other operating system.
Heating: Android heats the mobile very often. But using a good cover you can feel less heat.
Google play store, the Malware store: Though google play offers excellent applications still spammers and hackers will always be there to trouble you.
Virus threat: Presence of virus in many apps is a threat to the user while accessing the apps.
Appearance and Price: Its look is not so premium owing to the plastic build. Also, the hardware with such phones carries less than our expectations. Though they perform well but not up to the mark of super phones. Also, manufacturers must add some additional pixels for the photographers.

Besides this being sluggish after installing many apps, the absence of keyboard are some other issues as well.
To make the Androids more popular and more customer friendly they have to work hard on the cons found in such operating system. This will make way to a budget friendly smart phone.

 

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