Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
I don’t think you could call me a gadget geek.
Especially if you see my cellphone.
I have a Samsung Galaxy Chat, which used to be my daughter’s, which retails for like around P2,000.00. I used to have a Sony Ericsson C905 (which has a really good camera, too) before its keyboard conked on me.
I included a link just in case you want to see how ancient my current phone looks like (at least, it does not have an antenna hehe and it fell like a million times and it is still working).
In fact, this phone is usually in silent mode (I just keep it in my pocket to feel its buzz), because it is embarrassing to bring it out especially in seminars where everybody is bored and tinkering with iPhones and tablets (and oh, another thing. I always bring my Kindle Keyboard and an office mate said, “Ayy, it has a keyboard and it is in black and white? What is that, Ate*?” I am so tempted to say, “Malaking blackberry.” **)
But, it does serve its purpose. I can text and I can make and receive calls. That was how a phone was decades ago anyway. And I can surf using Opera Mini (it does have its WiFi naman).
But, just in case I get extra funds (which is a remote possibility because I have a future agenda now), can you help me decide between a Samsung Galaxy and an Apple iPhone please?
Allison Morris sent me this infographic. I want to hear your thoughts!
I am considering the iPhone, though, or should I just get an iPad Mini and keep my old Samsung because it still works anyway?
Or should I just forget these gadgets and invest in stocks instead :)?
*Ate-Older Sister/Older Woman
**Malaking Blackberry-Big Blackberry