What’s A Mobile Phone For You?

December 16, 2009 | By | 2 Replies More

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Today’s rapidly changing pace in mobile technology is often characterized by frequent mobile phone model releases in the market plus tons of applications for mobile users that simply end up unused due to so many options that anyone could find confusing anymore.

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Mobile Phones

Engaging alone with your favorite social media network could eat up most of your time doing nothing but updating statuses on Twitter and Facebook.

Having a mobile phone nowadays doesn’t limit you from the traditional voice, SMS and MMS capabilities. The addition of WAP and other Bluetooth driven functionalities has inspired more than just curiosity and creativity in fact it has become a trend and now 3G and mobile broadband has finally joined in.

I may not end up enumerating things but the massive growth of mobile technology and mobile web really intrigues me that I could sometimes ask myself, do I need a new phone and how functional could a simple phone be? Will I follow the trend or consult mobile phone reviews instead or shall I follow my heart or my pocket’s calling?

Will you sacrifice functionality over price or be trendy and cool but complicate your life? What would your answer be? Have your say at the comments section.

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  1. Arafat Hossain Piyada says:

    Well I always love to be simple. Following trend is not something attract me much. If I follow trend I do it in my own style. I yet not have any need to upgrade my mobile. I really don’t want to invest much just for talking with others or visiting websites through mobile broadband. I think my GPRS enabled mobile is enough when I am out of touch with my computer.
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  2. Mathdelane says:

    I’d take something trendy provided it’s cheap but that’s just impossible nowadays, right? I’m okay with a simpler phone. As long as it can accept and make calls, that’s fine.

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