7 of the easiest smartphones to use

7 of the easiest smartphones to use

Do you need a phone that will also make your family member not very technologically advanced can use it with confidence? Here is a selection of the top 7 easy-to-use smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy A51

The Samsung Galaxy A51 is perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy all the features offered in many of Samsung's flagship models without the high price tag. The long-lasting battery will keep you through the day, but when you need a quick charge, the quick charge feature activates the battery so you can stay connected when it matters most. The elegant, modern design makes the phone comfortable in your hand, and the large screen and Super AMOLED display make it easy to read e-mails, texts and more.

iPhone SE (2020)

iPhone SE includes all the most requested iOS features. Thanks to the fastest chip in a smartphone, your favorite applications, games and movies run without any problems. The advanced camera system easily creates beautiful photos - from self-portraits to taking family photos - with several lighting effects. Slim, light design with Retina HD display and Touch ID security makes the image on the display clear. The battery lasts 13 hours on a single charge. It's the most popular iPhone size at an affordable price, making it a perfect fit for almost anyone.

Google Pixel 4

Designed for those who want a more maintenance-free approach to their phone, the Google Pixel 4 is an easy-to-use option. Intuitive sense of movement and the built-in Google Assistant allow you to interact with your phone using gestures and commands. With up to 32 hours of battery life, this phone can survive your daily activities on a single charge and learns to prioritize the apps you use the most. Your amateur photography skills will be automatically enhanced as the rear camera takes beautiful photos even in low light. Free, unlimited storage means you don't have to worry about running out of space for your favorite memories.

Alcatel GO FLIP V

This classic style flip phone is compact, durable, and offers features that let you stay connected without all the complicated touch technology you can find in a smartphone. The large, backlit keypad makes it easy to dial numbers or send text messages, so you can use it even in low light conditions. Keeping in touch with friends and family, checking your calendar, and sending emails is simple and hassle-free. The volume controls and a dedicated camera button are located on the side of the phone, so you can quickly take a photo or adjust the volume if needed. Ergonomic design and fluted checkerboard pattern provide a firm grip making it the perfect phone for someone who wants a slightly upgraded basic phone.

LG Stylo 5

The LG Stylo 5 is a premium smartphone with tools to increase productivity, creativity and more. The frameless FullVision display shows all content such as movies, TV shows and games in true color and detail. The front camera has a wide-angle lens perfect for group photos and for selfie lovers. The high capacity battery is designed to work, browse and keep up with your active life.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

There is no reason why older smartphone users should not get a taste of how a real flagship works, but at a more affordable price. The award-winning Galaxy Note 8 is a perfect balance and a great choice. It came out in 2017 but has a large and crisp 6.3-inch Super AMOLED 1440p display, which is still one of the clearest on any phone. The fingerprint reader makes unlocking your phone much faster than messing around with patterns or PINs.

Google Pixel XL

Google Pixel XL is very cheap these days. It has a large 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels, which makes everything clearer to the less sighted eyes. For convenience, you can increase UI elements such as icons and font size. The last Android software update the Pixel XL received was Android 10, which is just one more OS update than usually rolled out. Why does it matter? Because the standard Android interface is one of the most user-friendly and will help older people get acquainted not only with using that particular phone, but with the entire Android operating system.

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