Smartphone vs Regular Phone

It's estimated that by the year 2015, over 65 percent of the United States population will own a smartphone, according to an article published on CNET. That's over 200 million people. Smartphones, with their email, Web browsing, gaming, texting and video-messaging capabilities, are quickly making regular cellular phones irrelevant, but regular, traditional cell phones still offer some benefits.

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Regular cell phones offer texting and calling functionality, whereas smartphones offer a list of features including email, Internet access, video chatting, gaming, app downloading, video taking and music storage.


Many regular cell phones are equipped with cameras, but not of the quality found on smartphones. For instance, the iPhone 4S features an 8-megapixel camera, capable of taking both still photos and video in 1080p quality. It also offers the ability to edit from the phone itself and enables users to share pictures and videos instantly. Zoom features, face detection and reduced motion blur are other features of the 4S camera.


Smartphones offer users a level of on-the-go convenience not matched by standard phones, increasing user efficiency. This is important with sales representatives and other executives, as smartphones enable them to check email and browse information while they're on the road or away from a computer. Smartphones are also stylish and portray a sense of professionalism and efficiency, traits that are viewed positively by clients and potential clients.


Cost is the main area where traditional cell phones still hold an advantage over smartphones. For instance, purchasing a smartphone starts around $200, and that's only if you're a new customer or eligible for a phone upgrade; for others, the cost is much higher. Then there's the mandatory cellular data package, which costs about $30 per month in addition to text and talk plans. Regular cell phone users don't pay for data plans. Traditional cell phones are also much cheaper -- if not free -- up front.