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Black Mobile Phones

Black is a common, but classic, colour for mobile phones. It is entirely possible to get silver, white or shades of gold, but these colours can actually be more expensive for the exact same models. To get the most for your money, you can look at black mobile phones and put your savings toward a coloured case instead so you can even change up the colour of your phone without having to invest in a new one.

Operating System

When choosing your new black mobile phone, the operating system is probably one of the most important choices you can make as it dictates how you will be interacting with the phone. While Android and iOS are the two most popular operating systems, you do have more choices than that. Blackberry phones are still available, and Windows phones are gaining in popularity.

Accessories

Phone accessories, such as cases and cords, are something to consider when purchasing a mobile phone. A case can protect a phone from dust and some liquid spills. It can also protect it from drops on the pavement. If you're looking for a black case that can also fit different types of phones, try universal models of black mobile phone cases, covers and skins. Power adapters usually come with a phone, but purchasing an extra one can give you more flexibility. If you are looking for the ultimate adaptability, try a solar-powered battery charger for your phone.

Storage Space

If you are looking for a mobile phone to simply use for calling, then storage space will not likely be a problem. On the other hand, if you like to take photographs with your phone, carry music or download movies, you need a fair amount of storage. Consider a device with at least 32 GB of space. A black 64 GB mobile phone would give you more latitude in what you download and keep.

Network Locked

Network-locked black mobile phones are very common. This does not mean they literally have a lock on them. Rather, they have software and hardware that specifically ties them to one mobile network. If you are looking for a replacement phone whilst still on a mobile contract, or if you are very loyal to your mobile carrier, then a network locked phone is ideal. They are cheaper than unlocked phones and you can save some money.

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