Mobile phones are sin qua non for everyone. In the beginning, they were used simply for talking and texting. The size of the phones became smaller day by day, their keyboards disappeared and they were eventually transformed into touchscreen pocket computers.
Mobile phones are used in every aspect of our lives now; we talk, text, connect to the internet, check our social media accounts and emails, listen to music and can take photos and videos with them.
Children to teenagers and adults to seniors, almost everyone owns a mobile phone. The new trend in mobile phones are wearable devices like smart watches, but we sometimes miss the reliability of the first mobile phones that were simple (but strong), durable and practical devices.
Once we chose the mobile phone we wanted to purchase according to the name brand. However, we now select them according to their hardware specifications and operating systems. Children learn to say and identify “Android” or “IOS” before learning to play hopscotch, blind man’s bluff or hide and seek. Mobile phones are an important factor in our lives.