Thursday, July 17, 2014

When it comes to picking up a cell phone, the size matters.  The cell phone mustn't be too small, otherwise it would be hard to read. However, it mustn't be too big, because then it would be too heavy to carry. 

photo by Johan Larsson 

Answer this question before you head out to pick up a new cell or before someone heads out to pick one for you.

Do you carry a handbag all the time?  
Most likely, women do, but men don’t. 

If you carry a handbag most of the time, make sure you take your usual smallest handbag to the cellphone shopping with you.  Try to find one which can be put into the handbag easily, and also you feel ok with the weight.  

Cellphone Belt Holder by Amazon
If you are a pocket goer like my dad who puts his whole life in his pockets, you have two choices.  You can either find a cell which fits right into your pockets, or you can get a cellphone belt holder to carry it.  If you decide to get a holder, make sure you can put it on and off your belt easily, because in some point of time you may need to change a belt or pants. 
Surely, all touchscreen phones might all appear bigger than those old flip phones.  However, dial numbers and texts will be much bigger on a touchscreen phone.  Most important, welcome to the 21st century, and it’s time to get a proper phone. 

The bottom line is to get the right size first, and then the right price. Don’t worry about the camera, the processor speed, and all other fancy tech futures, just as my mom says, “ I can’t read on this small screen; where is my iPad? ”

The cell phone plays an important role in an active life, because you may need it for an emergency for yourself or friends.  Make sure to get  the one that you are willing to carry most of the time, if not all the time. 

Now, you can either read the related articles, or share this page. Then get up and enjoy your life.

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