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I WAS recently given a new model of a cellphone brand to try out. It looked beautiful and being able to change its covers felt like putting on a different pair of stunning shoes every month.
But since it was aimed at the teenage market I soon realised that I was a little too old for it. My fingers were not as nimble as they are on my old and trusted "die-hard" cellphone.
I was constantly frustrated by its touch screen, which tested my patience a few times.
Having thought about getting a new cellphone before I was offered the test product to try out, I quickly realised there was more than just good looks to think about before getting a new communication gadget.
And cellphones have now become such an integral part of our lives that they can serve countless uses. Besides all this, new models are introduced so regularly it becomes almost impossible to keep up.
It therefore becomes important to get some feedback from friends and colleagues before buying a new cellphone.
They will give you an honest opinion that usually hard to come by from sales or marketing people
Consider the reasons or the type of functions that you need.
First: It is pointless to get a cellphone with the latest technology if you are only going to use it for calls and messages.
Second: A long battery life is essential if you use your cellphone for extended periods.
Third: If you are constantly on the go, you may want to consider a phone with Internet connectivity.
Fourth: A large display screen and user-friendly applications become important to older cellphone users.