Whatever purpose you have for getting a smartphone, there is a perfect smartphone for you. This is the phone that will fit into your motive perfectly and majority of us fail to know which phone that is before shelling out money for a phone. Eventually, we are left with phones that we might not have too much use for and probably end up selling the phones for far less than we bought. To help with this, we have compiled a list of a few phones that will perfectly go with some specific motives for buying smartphones. Look through below:

The Best for Photographers

If you’re a photographer, then it goes without saying that you’ll need a phone with a swankly camera. If this is you, then it is recommended that you get an iPhone 7.
Why?
The camera, apart from being crisp and incredibly sharp, also offers an awesome auto-focus feature as well as a shooting range of well over 100 meters. This basically means that you could be standing pretty far from your intended model and still get an awesome shot. Its camera is stable and has a high picture quality.
Other phones in this category include:
Lumia 950 XL: Awesome, but it loses out on the range part
Samsung Gakaxy S7 Edge: Also loses out due to not having a range as high as the iPhone 7.

The Best Big Phone

Big phones have become more of a stable I everyday life, especially for people who use their phones mainly for media, movies, and social media. If you’re one of these people, then the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will do fine for you. Although it might not presently be the best Samsung smartphone, the Galaxy Note 5 does pretty well for itself. It features an incredibly big screen for people who love movies. However, its screen resolution is also impressive, as is its performance for other purposes. It might have been beaten by the later-released Galaxy Note 7, except for the fact that the latter has been under heavy scrutiny for exploding spontaneously.

The only other phone in this category is probably the Apple iPhone 6SPlus, which is almost as good, except it costs more

The Best Small Phone

There exist a few people who prefer petite phones that can easily be put in their pockets and which will not generate too much attention. For people like this, the Apple iPhone SE is the best choice. This awesome phone has been packed with the characteristics of a full range iPhone (except for camera capability the latest chipset, and a few other features) into a small, svelte, and highly economical package and while a few very nifty features such as the arguably useful 3D Touch don’t make the cut, Apple was still able to bring on its best feature- live photos. The best feature about the iPhone SE is the fact that it offers the high functionality that Apple phones have been known for in a much smaller package, thereby providing for the needs of those who cry foul at the fact that better phones are becoming even bigger.

The Best Smartphone on a Budget

If you’re running on a pretty right budget and you’ll still like to have an awesome smartphone that you’ll be proud of having, the OnePlus3 will more than fill your criteria. Although it is still priced at a pretty price of just a little over $350, it is still much of a relief, especially given the fact that iPhones and Galaxies are commanding prices north of $700 at the moment.
Other Notable Phones in Various Categories

LG G5

The LG G5 is by no means mediocre. It has some of the best features of the Android market and it packs them into an awesome and highly economical package. However, it gets beaten in the cheap category by the OnePlus3, which packs almost basically the same features and still commands a much lesser price

BlackBerry Priv

Although this is a move that BlackBerry should have made over 5 years ago, the Priv finally got introduced. The truth is that the Priv is not bad at all. However, the main problem with it is the fact that it came at a time when nobody really had a fancy for BlackBerry phones any longer. You can’t top that. Nevertheless, the phone isn’t too bad.

Author's Bio: 

Tanvir Zafar is an experienced blogger, digital content & social marketer. Founder of ISU Technologies and contributor to giants like HuffPost, Lifehack, Business, Techinasia, etc. He is passionate on covering topics like big data, marketing, technology, business intelligence, startups & entrepreneurship.