If you have an Android device and you are looking for the best browsers, stop your research because UC Browser is the best you can get. It offers a kilometer long list of advantages, but the key one would be that all unusual conditions will be beaten by this browsers. Like, who likes when they have connectivity issues or slow network? Not the people using UC Browser. This one right here gives you the best browsing speed a browser could offer so you can stop looking for another one. Now we will be comparing the UC Browser to the mini version of it so you will have more basic information that will help you take the right call regarding your browser.
As the name said and we also mentioned before, the difference between the UC Browser and its little sibling is the size. The mini version of the UC Browser is small in comparison to the dominant browser. Maybe any person reading this would figure that one out because Mini means small. However, this mini version does not mean that it will not work. It does perform quite well and without issues. Besides that, it also loads very fast.
After being faced with this much new information, you might ask yourself something. If the small browser does enough, why should I install the primary browser then? We answered to that question before, and we said that the UC Mini Browser is called like that because it does not come with all the facility and features the UC Browser offers. On the other hand, this mini version of the UC Browser was developed to suit devices with low features and specifications.
What should you consider before choosing from the UC Browser and UC Mini Browser?
Before even thinking of choosing a browser, you should take into consideration how strong your device is and know its capacity accurately. If big files and apps can be handled by your phone and it is healthy enough to do so, you can get the UC Browsers without second thoughts. If your phone is loaded with minimum specifications and storage and is not up to the industry standards, we recommend you stick to the UC Mini Browser as its size is best for your phone.
When we are talking about performance, we can say that both these browsers are doing good for what they should do. They both work at very good speeds and offer a nice browsing experience. The only thing you should take into consideration is what your device can do and support.
Both UC Mini Browser and its big version are equipped with the latest features and technology. Data compression technology is used by both versions which would give you the opportunity to save lots of data while surfing the internet.
How to pick?
We should take into consideration the fact that bigger apps take up more of your storage and RAM space. This means that you need at least 2GB of RAM and the processor is clocked at or above the 1.5GHz minimum if you want to get the big version of UC Browser. In case it happens that you do not have these specifications on your phone, the UC Mini Browser is the safest choice you can stick to so it will perform well, and your phone will not suffer from being too full of just one app. We hope that our explications will help you decide what is best for you.
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.