The transition from feature phones to a smartphone is really a big leap. You must’ve shelled a significant amount of money in purchasing it in the first place. So you should know what you’re getting into. For someone coming from a feature phone, first thing you’ll be excited about is the multi-tasking ability of your new phone.
You will be pleased to run 3 or more apps concurrently. Things you never could’ve achieved using your feature phone. 🙂
Next thing you come across as a new smartphone user is apps. Yes , a whole lot of apps will be presented to you, and this is where problems can ensue.
Be careful the kind of apps you install. Be careful the number of apps you install. Install only apps you’ll end up using. It’s unnecessary practice having 3 or 4 apps that performs the same function. Remember that the more apps you install, the more the internal memory (footprint) they consume- this translates to your phone becoming slower, and lagging.
Take a case scenario. Dad just got his first smartphone an Infinix Hot . Being an inquisitive being he managed to get access to Google Play Store and downloaded almost all the apps be could lay hands on. Sadly enough the phone crashed and needed “my magic touch” 🙂 to come back to life.
Moral of the story: Be thrilled with your new Smartphone, but also remember to thread with caution.
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