And on bigger screens, such as 13", I would want to be able to put two arbitrary apps side by side. But on Android, when an app is open, it's fullscreen open, nothing less.
PROSPremium designProcessor and RAM are solidGreat resolution for digital contentSD card supports 256 GBCONSThe back of the phone is a fingerprint magnetNo user replaceable batteryLots of bloatware
I think the Zenfone 2 and 3 are great choices in their price class, but if your main purpose is reading comics (and perhaps ebooks) I think you can do better for less.
The main purpose of a smartphone cannot be to read comics.
You know, like open the thing up, locate the RAM component, take it out and replace it with e.g. 1GB component. And then close it up again and it just works again, only better than ever. What a wonderful thought. I will keep thinking this thought.
To make Kobo useable, some other software is required, which means rooting the device and basically abandoning its onboard software. It's simpler to buy a device that already comes with decent software onboard. Moreover, Pocketbook and especially Onyx make adding other apps easy, not hard the way Kobo and Kindle do.
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