This is my phone…

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This is my phone, I’ve had it for two years. I really really really like it. It’s clear, loud, great reception and the screen is really really bright. It has twelve ringtones (one of which is the Close Encounters theme) and you can choose from a Panda or a Tiger for the screensaver image. That’s it. That’s all it does. That’s all I need it to do. I love gadgets, but there’s something I love about the simplicity of this phone. I saw Steve Jobs’ presentation on the iPhone and it’s the best piece of technology I’ve ever seen, a five year jump in where cell phones should be. I want one badly, Mac doesn’t make crap, the quality of Mac products is practically unbelievable, always exactly what you want plus ten things you hadn’t thought about.

I only post this because of one question I keep asking myself.

Every time I drop my Samsung R225 SGH-R225 I wonder to myself…how many pieces would my iPhone be in right now?

Samsung_SGH_R225.jpg

This is my phone, I’ve had it for two years. I really really really like it. It’s clear, loud, great reception and the screen is really really bright. It has twelve ringtones (one of which is the Close Encounters theme) and you can choose from a Panda or a Tiger for the screensaver image. That’s it. That’s all it does. That’s all I need it to do. I love gadgets, but there’s something I love about the simplicity of this phone. I saw Steve Jobs’ presentation on the iPhone and it’s the best piece of technology I’ve ever seen, a five year jump in where cell phones should be. I want one badly, Mac doesn’t make crap, the quality of Mac products is practically unbelievable, always exactly what you want plus ten things you hadn’t thought about.

I only post this because of one question I keep asking myself.

Every time I drop my Samsung R225 SGH-R225 I wonder to myself…how many pieces would my iPhone be in right now?

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