Rewind to about a month ago and I was using only theSamsung Galaxy Note. I detested anything Blackberry. Fast-forward to the present and I use not only my Galaxy Note but also a Blackberry 9320 (Curve 7) and a Samsung Ch@t 3222.
I got the Blackberry so as to quash my general ignorance while I sort of inherited the Ch@t 3222 from my sister. The three devices are unique in their functionalities to me. First the Galaxy Note serves as a creation device where I can scribble and draw, and at the same time it serves as a consumption device where I can watch movies, surf the web and play games on it’s amazing screen.
The Blackberry 9320 serves a dedicated communication machine. I use it to keep in touch both via social networks and email. I have become kind of dependent on it nowadays because it enables me to be online and ready to respond at any time.
The Ch@t 3222 is a dual SIM feature phone that serves as a device that I use to receive phone calls. I have all network SIM cards so it affords me the opportunity to have two SIM cards in one device. Apart from that it, does not do so much work. It is always the last device to lose juice because I don’t use it as frequently as I use the other devices.
Those, people, are the three devices I carry. To some people, that is absolute madness. Their rationale is that only a mad person will carry three different devices. One particular day, I was making a call with the 9320 in public when the Ch@t 3222 started ringing and I had to pick it up. I ended up on two phone calls simultaneously. Sometimes, I call myself a mad man too. Due to the three devices I now carry, it became necessary for me to have a small bag I sling round my neck so as to save my pockets of some serious load.
If you carry more than one mobile device, what is your experience?
Emmanuel is a video blogger who shares his love of technology with the world. Check out his videos at Geekception.