One of the great things about Android is that it’s available on a variety of devices with different screen sizes, cameras, price points, and more. However, it’s this very breadth of choices that can make it tough for a shopper to actually decide which phone is right for them. That’s a problem Google aims to fix.
Google has launched a new “Which Phone” tool on its Android website will narrow the variety of Android phones available down to a few devices that it thinks will be a good fit for you. The tool asks you to choose three features that you plan to use your phone for, such as taking photos, listening to music, being productive, staying fit, talking, gaming, and more. When you select a category, you’ll be asked another question or two — like how many photos you take each week and if you want a fast camera for taking high-quality photos or an awesome selfie camera — to help Google further understand your needs.
Once you’ve selected three features that are important to you, you can either select a carrier or just be shown the devices that Google thinks will be good for you. I selected “Taking photos,” “Being productive,” and “Social media,” and when I was done, Google thought that the LG G4, Motorola DROID Turbo, and Nexus 6 would be good options for me. The tool went on to give a few reasons why each phone would be good for me and included “Shop Now” links that’ll take you to the various online carrier stores.
Google’s Android phone tool is simple enough for most anyone to use, and what’s nice is that while it greatly narrows down the number of Android phones presented to the shopper, it still shows a few different devices so that the customer can compare a few devices and choose whichever he or she thinks looks best. To give it a try for yourself, hit up the link below. Be sure to tell us which phones Google thinks is right for you!