Google recently launched a website named WhichPhone which asks you a handful of questions about your needs and recommends phones for you. With the sheer number of Android smartphones out in the market today, the tool is surely quite useful.
When logging onto WhichPhone, you will be asked questions about your preferences and requirements you would look for in your device. once you choose your broader requirement, the tool will ask you a couple of questions based upon your choice.
For example, if you are someone like me and wish to go for a phone for increasing productivity, you would go with the option “Being Productive”. Once you select that, the next slide will ask you as to how frequently you check your mails.
Taking all of those factors into consideration, you will get a handful of suggestions on which device best suits you.
This is a great tool for people who do not quite understand or are skeptic of technology websites and their reviews. Why ? Because Google’s WhichPhone lets you choose phones by knowing your taste and not on specifications.
The other set of people who would be much benefited from this new tool, are those who are under confusion as to which device they should buy and which device best suits them.
On our account of the website, we received all sorts of suggestions ranging from low end (if you select the cost to be less) to flagship devices (if your cost criterion is high) .