[citation][nom]ovaceer[/nom]Seriously, I don't give a gat about brands when buying a new cell... Come on it's just a darn phone, as long as it has no problem callin some1 n sendin/receivin txt n mms, I don't care. Whatever u buy, u are going to use it for about 2~3 yrs then jump to a new 1, so what's so important about the phone brands?Think about this: ios or android, most used/wanted apps, each users will end up using the same apps on their phones.Thank about urself: Let's say u've installed 50 apps on ur phone. Out of those 50, I bet 45 apps will be "try once and forget about it" or "maybe oneday I might have a chance to use it", no? And the rest are something like weather, fx rate, whatever ur using it everyday.[/citation]
I use mine for work. There are several apps I need every day, some I need about once a week and others I might use once a month, but I still need it there for when that time arises.
Without a smartphone, I need 7 other devices to achieve the same results, a couple of which don't exist in another mobile device.
I use my Calculator, mail, appointment calendar, camera, phone, pitch finder and navigation almost every day. I use the hotspot, weather channel app, and radar a few times a week, and a few other tools every once in a while.
Without the smart phone, I would have to drive an extra hour or two per day (to get appointments at office), I'd have to setup multiple appointments for the times I need to use online tools (satellite measuring software) and care with me a calculator, pitch finder, and camera. I would also not be able to check my emails or get updated appointments mid day unless I drive back to the office again.
The smartphone has given me back my life, I now have a lot of free time between appointments that used to be all about taking care of crap I now can do on the spot.