|Lookie what came in the mail today!|
Now, it has been at least 4 years since I wanted to own an Android device but my family members would always give my an iDevice to my dismay.
I mean sure, I think my Mini iPad came in handy for my studies because that’s where all my textbooks are stored; that’s where I place my PowerPoint Slides to study my reports; that’s where all my medical apps are installed so I can wow my residents/consultants when there is a question need answering.
I also owned an iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4; all serving a good purpose, but I always felt limited to their iOS than I would in an Android device.
Finally, after 4 years, I landed my first Android smartphone, in the form of the new ASUS Zenfone 5 (SPECS here: http://www.gsmarena.com/asus_zenfone_5-5952.php)
NOW! This phone isn’t as elite as that of Samsung Galaxies or the Apple iPhones, but the price and the features are perfect for me. I don’t need to have all those fancy features like those elite smartphones, but for me, reading the Zenfone’s specs, were perfect for me. And the Android OS is open source enough for me to geek out and customize it the way I want it.
This is really bang for the buck… although I haven’t really tested it’s full performance, I feel that this is a good start for me in the world of Androids…
And plus. This is the first phone I bought out of my pocket… so sentimental value is sky high!
I’d like to point out as my next few posts will most likely be my shift to Android OS and me using this 5inch display phone, is that I am not a phone buff; I am not as inclined with phone hardware as I am with PC hardware… soif I come off as a noob in my next posts… sorry LOL
So time to open this box and see what wonders it will bring!