Mobile phones are a fairly new invention. About twelve to fifteen years ago they were just beginning to come into the market. The first models were big and bulky. They resembled home phones, the new amazing feature being its mobility. It was the wireless phone that was all the rage. James Bond sported the high end mobile phone in his movie, whisking out the prized secret weapon and held it up, carefully with two hands, to his left ear. Back in the day I’m sure everyone who could afford one ran to the nearest outlet and got one.
Now, in the year 2011, the mobile phone has been replaced with a smaller, sleeker version – the cell phone. The cell phone fits in the palm of your hand and you can do more than just make calls on it. The features on this thing only grow more and more as you go to the higher end of the market. Anyone can afford a cell phone and so most people have one, or more. Even children now have their own cell phones. Yes, the cell phone invasion has begun. But is it truly as beneficial as we all say it is? Is there anything that needs to be said about the bad effects of the cell phone?
Well, I personally have a call phone. I can write from personal experience that I do benefit from it. I have all my contacts on it, so it acts as an address book. Whenever I need to call someone I have their number right there and I can reach them within seconds. This helps me to connect with the people I need to connect with anytime, anywhere. Everyone who has a cell phone has their own personal number that they can give to those that they want to keep in touch with. The cell phone is very portable too. Unlike its previous version the mobile phone, it is small and light weight. I can keep mine in my pocket and carry it around all day; I don’t get bothered by its weight.
Cell phone are made in all different kinds of models. Some people have cell phones that one could play games on, listen to music on, or even read books from. If you have a cell phone like this it...