I have a yearly board (yours truly is on it) that I put together every year, and I love it. It is a list of all of the things I am thankful for this year. I also post the things I want to be thankful for, so it will never stop being a source of inspiration and a way for me to check in on my goals and my daily progress. I also am on a kick to try to organize my phone.
The thing is, I am still not 100% clear on what phone I am using. I have two phones now, and I want to get one that is a tablet like the iPad. But, I am starting to think that might not be possible.
My phone is a Samsung Galaxy S phone and it has a flip-out screen that gives me a lot of screen space. But, I still don’t know if I’ll ever be able to get one with a touch screen like the iPad. I do know that I am looking into a Moto E. It’s a high-end device that runs Android and it’s coming out in December.
I think you’re right about the flip-out screen. It would be my first time using one, but I would like to see how it compares to the iPad. It seems to be a lot better for reading, at least.
I have a feeling that the iPad is a good replacement for the Galaxy S. The difference is that for the iPad, I’m just a person who has no idea what they’re talking about (and who has no idea where they live or who I am). Whereas for a Galaxy S, I know exactly what I’m talking about. I also think that the S line of phones is getting a bit stagnant in terms of design.
I think that the iPad is probably the best way to compare with a Galaxy S. Both are sleek and have a great large screen. In terms of design, the iPad has a very sleek design that will fit nicely into any environment. The Galaxy S is a little too blocky and thick but will probably keep you from getting too hot.
My thought? The Galaxy S line of phones is getting a little more and more dated, but that might be because I’m only using my phone for texting. I’m on my iPhone right now and texting a lot less than I used to do.
I have always loved my Galaxy S line of phones as they have all the features I want for a phone. In the past I would be stuck with the Galaxy S with only 4GB of memory but in the future I might be able to upgrade to the 16GB or 32GB phones that have 8GB of memory. That would be a huge improvement over the Galaxy S.
I’m also on the iPhone 4S, which has 16GB of memory and is about the same size as the older phones I had.
My current phone is my iPhone 4S, and I get the same 16GB of memory as I have on my Galaxy S3. As a matter of fact, I now have 16GB of memory on my iPhone 4S. You know, one more reason to have all of my friends and family carry iPhones.
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