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Friday, June 5, 2009

Comparision shop before hand...

My hubby is a certified cell geek. Ask him about any cell phone or provider and he’s got the scoop on them. It’s never a mystery to what phone he’ll get next because he’s always on the up and up and wants to get the very best, the very latest. I can’t tell you the amount of times we’ve switched out our phones for new ones.

Mobile phones are so much more than phones these days. It’s almost a necessity now, but also a form of entertainment at the same time. Sometimes it’s even a form of status for some people, showing off their latest ‘gadget’ and all the things it can do, customizing the looks of the phone is a popular thing also. It’s not like you just go to the store, grab a new phone and that’s it there’s a ton of customization that goes along with it, from a new skin, new ringtone and new case, there’s limitless possibilities when it comes to making your phone your own.

Customization isn’t the only thing that should be thought about when buying a new phone though, comparisons between phones and checking out the specs is one of the most important things, you want a phone that’s going to do everything you need it to do without disappointment.

When you’re thinking of buying a new phone be sure to shop around online, there’s many places where you can to side by side comparisons. You can easily take the newest Nokia phones and compare them to a new device like the LG Viewty Smart and see how they each compare to each other and which phones have all the specs that you need. From memory to ringtones and even the specs on the camera in each phone you can get all the specs you need without even walking into a store to view the phones first, this will save you a lot of time and frustration and is something me and my hubby do a lot when we’re thinking of a new phone.

Specs are important today, with technology being all in one little device that we rely on, you want to compare and know what you’re getting before you purchase, you can’t always rely on the sales person to give you ever spec the phone has, unless they’re a certified cell geek like my hubby most times they don’t know a whole heck of a lot about the specs on the new phones.

1 comment:


so, out of couriosity, what phones do you have now?