51. PHONE SMARTIES

bowtieA woman expresses emotions and she needs to communicate so the mobile phone is God’s NEW gift to women.

I’m not kidding. Whether she’s building personal or professional relations, a lady must never leave home without her phone or she loses an extension of her new millennium self.

And while a lot of ladies are still flitting about town with their little pink, diamond-encrusted  PRADA NOKIA phones with cutesy-wootsy Hello Kitty deco dangling from their must-have communication accessory, many are switching over to practicality and functional talk machines.

A lady with a sharp nose for organization and a need for speed communiqué doesn’t need fancy frilly phones. She needs a practical device that can be used with ease and simplicity.

Here are some impressive phone models she can invest some good money on.

1. Apple iPhone 3GS

Now, I have to admit. Everything apple turns me orange with passion. Why? Ease of use and sheer elegant design. These are phones made for dumb-techs like me. With the exception of the current generation of phones doubling up as hot stoves (google apple iphone overheating problems), these phones now come with a reduced price tag, expanded memory and incorporated 3G technology are truly new, and are likely to represent a new direction for the industry.

But best of all a great fluid mix of entertainment, business and standard everyday use. You go grrrrl!

Price Tag: USD$299

 

2. LG GM730

Another current cutesy, yet practical easy to use phone on the market is the affordable LG GM730 Windows Mobile smartphone. I visualize female college students finding this phone incredibly attractive for all its cartoony puppet icons and graphics as well as its ease of use. Filled chockfull with Windows Mobile goodies, this phone doubles up as a working PC even on the run.

It would make a great introductory phone for those who are not working yet looking to enter the big, wild world of smartphones. It’s an absolute yay-yay for the late teen/early adult female market.

Oh! And it comes with a delightful muppet TVC too. Check it out!

Price Tag: USD$289.89

 

3. Blackberry Storm

An even more alluring alternative is the Blackberry Storm. It’s BlackBerry’s entry level user smartphone that gives you your first experience with tactile phone technology thanks to it’s fairly user friendly touchscreen.

Gone is the iconic BlackBerry keypad and in it’s place, an Apple like display that let’s your fingers finally do the scrolling.

But surprisingly, despite the claims made by BlackBerry to the market that this is a great entry level smartphone, it carelessly excludes WiFi from its features. Feeling cheated? Well, don’t fret, coz the Blackberry Storm comes with other outstanding features. Check it out!

  • Unique SureTouch touchscreen
  • Microsoft Exchange support
  • Ev-DO Rev A data network
  • 3.2 megapixel camera with video recording
  • SureTouch Screen

Price Tag: USD$199.99

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About thejellyfarm

In real life, I am a television writer and producer...er no...scratch...a television director....noo, scratch....a media loser.....wait, that doesn't sound quite insulting enough....... OK, ahem. In real life, I'm an idiot box expert with a penchant for the creative. In short, I'm a loser with no focus or direction in life. I just go where the creative flow takes me. Mostly it takes me to clogged up drains and stinky oceans but it's going.......going.....somewhere. And this blog is an expression of that mindblowing roadblock. Creative frustration is a great motivator and here is a result of that.

Posted on July 27, 2009, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. I go for practical hand phones but I wouldn’t mind an Apple iPhone. Blackberry? Hmm….I’ve heard a lot of horror stories about that happens to the users. 😉

    • oh yes, the Blackberry can lose chunks of long e-mails at times and the Apple iPhone is sleek but it heats up fast and having to take on Apple Care after the 1 year warranty is such a drag on the wallet, so really it’s a tough choice to make on smartphones these days.

      I think in the end, it’s really what kind of phone expresses who u are. And for me, the truth is, it’s a little bit of all three…haha!

  2. Hmmmm i use a five year old Nokia, no colour, basic text font, no special ring tones … what does that say about me chicas?
    i’ve become so unfashionable in many ways bleah … doesnt quite matter in this part of the world i guess?!

    • oh yes, to live and breathe in NZ where time stops and nothing material really matters. must be nice..i myself own a somewhat battered 3-year-old Sony Ericsson (OK, OK, it looks more like a rape victim:P) but it still continues to serve me well and I’ll still have it with me when I replace it. Not that I really need to come to think of it.

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