These days, smartphones have permeated every aspect of our life. They are used as a means of communication, for taking images, for cloud storage of data, for accessing the internet, and even as a power bank to recharge other smartphones. A smartphone’s build determines its durability. Metal and plastic construction make up the majority of the handset market. Some even have glass-coated panels, but there are relatively few of those. It is advised to choose a metal or plastic-built smartphone if you are one of those people who drops their smartphones frequently. Depending on how you use your smartphone, the display’s size and resolution may change. A smartphone display between the sizes of 5.5 and 6 inches with full-HD or QHD resolution should be adequate for you if you frequently stream videos, edit images or videos, or download and watch movies. Anything bigger than a 6-inch display makes the phone more bulkier and more cumbersome to carry around. Any smartphone with a 5-inch to 5.5-inch HD or full-HD display that you regularly use for email checking, messaging, and surfing social networking apps is ideal.