The Best Smartphone For a PR Professional
The duties of a public relations professional have changed, and so have the tools that they have available to assist them with their day-to-day tasks.
With the rise of social media and the convenience provided, a smartphone can be argued as one of the most important tools for someone in public relations. The iPhone 11 and Google Pixel 4 are two of the most trending phones.
The iPhone 11 starting price is around $700 and the Pixel 4 starting price is around $800. Both devices are the latest smartphones to come from each manufacturer.
To determine which is the better option lets compare the storage, display, ram, and camera. These options are what enable public relations professionals to be able to do their job such as taking pictures, running social media, communicating and saving data.
Both phones come standard with 64 gigabytes but have 128-gigabyte devices. Apple also has a 256-gigabyte option. Since the iPhone 11 has more options for storage, it wins the battle for storage.
The standard version iPhone 11 has a 6.1 inch screen while the Pixel 4 has a 5.7 inch screen. Both are relatively close and at first glance, and it’s hard to tell there’s a difference. Because the Pixel 4 has a smaller screen, it has a higher amount of pixels per image, but only the user can tell decided which looks the best.
The biggest difference, besides operating systems, is the camera. Both are equipped with two cameras. The Pixel is equipped with 16 megapixels for its rear camera set up and the iPhone has a 12.2 megapixel set up. The second camera on the iPhone has a wide lens on it. So you may get better quality out of the Pixel, but at least you get an extra option from the extra camera with the iPhone.
When surfing the web, using social media, watching videos or checking emails you want to be able to do it as fast as you can. The Pixel 4 comes with six gigabytes of RAM and the iPhone 11 only has 4, which means the pixel has more random access memory to be able to perform multiple tasks faster than the iPhone.
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