Verizon Palm Phone Tried to Entice Me


Everyone has a vice, and I guess mine is investing in expensive smartphones that I don't actually need. It could be worse. Anyway, I've been tinkering with the Z (Samsung Galaxy Z Flip) for about four months now, and I still think it's great. Haha, it still has that novelty effect on people who've never seen it before, too. People still stop dead in their tracks when I'm using it and say, "Like OMG... your phone FOLDS???!" I'm like, "Uh... yeah." Yawn. 

We don't see many fully capable Android flip phones around other than the RAZR phones. The Z is a bit extra, though. It can do more stuff than the RAZR can, I think. That's not why I got it, though. I got it mostly because of its SIZE. I abhor big clunky smartphones that take up all the space in my fanny pack. I don't' want anything that I can't fit in my pocket. Personally, I think there are way too many gigantic-screen-having appliances on the market, and I hate them all. I'm satisfied with my Z because it's compact enough for me to hide it, but then it flips out when I need a full screen. Perfect, right? 

Well, almost. You see, I'm always looking for a new smartphone novelty. I was bored the other day, and I did a random Google search for "small-as-f*ck smartphone." Not really, but I did want to see if there was anything tinier than what I already had. I found this:



Verizon is offering this little cutey with a 3.3-inch screen. Awe, isn't it adorable? It's called the Palm Phone because it can literally fit in the palm of your hand. It caught my eye for a minute because I thought it was smaller than my Z. I considered switching up for a minute since it's much less expensive than my Z is. Unfortunately, that's going to be a NOPE. I measured my closed Z and found that it's the same size closed as the Palm is in its full bar shape. So I get the best of both worlds as it is. I have a compact smartphone that unfolds into a big screen when I need to do something important. I don't have to squint when I'm trying to text someone or put my glasses on to see who's calling me. Aside from that, the Z has much better specs. 

The conclusion: Nevermind.   



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