Vacations go by fast. So fast that you take pictures and videos of your trip so you can look back at them later and remember the good times you had. You might find that you share them with your friends to give them an idea of where you visited. The best way to capture all those details is a camera, and chances are good that you'll use the camera on your phone because of how convenient it is. This is where you need to ask yourself if your phone is suited to the task at hand.
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Images taken with your smartphone camera need to be processed for storage by the electronics. First, they're stored in the memory, then saved to the phone and/or the cloud. Older phones don't do this as well and might be a good reason for an upgrade to the iPhone 7 Plus on T-Mobile's incredibly fast high-speed network. T-Mobile's 4G LTE network will have your smartphone working at top speed and you'll always be connected. And if you have a phone with a small screen, you might miss details because you can't see everything that's going on when you're shooting. What can also make it more difficult to get the perfect shot is the camera. If the phone camera wasn't good to begin with, it's not going to get better as the phone ages.
If you want to get the best possible images, you need a phone that's capable of producing them. Don't miss out because your smartphone is too old. Read the infographic below to learn more about the latest smartphones and what makes them a good choice to use for vacation photos.